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Mapping Threatened and Landmarked Sites Around the U.S.

The loud-and-proud quest to save the David and Gladys Wright House—which American architect Frank Lloyd Wright built for his son and daughter-in-law in Phoenix the early 1950s—may be the preservation battle du jour these days, but it's but one of the country's many, many endangered historic buildings whose fate hangs in the balance. From the Grand Army Plaza Arch in Brooklyn to the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden in Los Angeles, here's a bunch of much-contested sites and structures around the Curbed Universe:

NYC · Boston · DC · Philly · Chicago · L.A. · San Francisco

· Mapping 12 of the Country's Endangered Historic Buildings [Curbed National]
· All Curbed Maps [Curbed National]