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In the Gutter: Dirty Thieves and Filthy Lucre

This week's juicy morsels from The Gutter, Curbed's newly blinged-out architecture blog...

1) The klieg lights are turned on Santiago Calatrava and his design for 80 South Street, just a day after Norman Foster is served similar shit for his new Hearst Tower. Leave no starchitect behind.
2) We're a week late drawing attention to it, but if you missed this ode to architectural theft, you owe it to future generations to read it now.
3) The Gutter sells out! Well, officially anyway. Advertise now before their precious inventory slips from your grasp.

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