As the country follows France with hardline protections for lower-income renters, new laws prohibit some property upgrades. And for many Germans, that's just fine.
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With their new housing project, Blackbirds, an architect and developer strive for a sensitive way to build up a low-slung city.
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After working together to shut down a pair of coal plants, three grassroots organizations no longer see exactly eye to eye on the best way forward for their community.
The destroyed building was to be the latest mega-complex by a detested local developer.
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