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The Empowered Institution (EI) in its Fifty-third (53rd) meeting granted approval to five (5) projects worth Rs.
I became very interested in the slated demolition of the other nearby buildings: the massive Dorset Hotel and two brownstones on Fifty-third Street.
On August 9, 1998--the fifty-third anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki--the activists sat in the middle of a four-lane highway to protest a planned $6.
Visitors will be able to view works by over a hundred artists--including Constable, Monet, Warhol, and Murakami--on exhibit on the fifty-second and fifty-third floors of one of Tokyo's tallest buildings.
The airy new building, designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien and Associates, is currently under construction on Fifty-third Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, down the block from both the American Craft Museum and The Museum of Modern Art.
MAM will occupy the fifty-second and fifty-third floors of a skyscraper in Roppongi Hills, a sprawling cultural, commercial, and residential complex (underwritten, incidentally, by developer Minoru Mori, uncle of Mariko Mori).