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Best Chicago Architecture

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Over on his Cityscapes blog, Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin rounds up Chicago's best architecture from the first half of 2011, and it's looking a little thin. Just two new buildings — both institutional — make the list: John Ronan's Poetry Foundation in River North and Helmut Jahn's Mansueto Library in Hyde Park. Will the second half of 2011 offer a richer selection? [Cityscapes]