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04 Jan 2013, Berlin, Germany
The Waldorf Astoria has opened a hotel in the new 118-meter Zoofenster skyscraper in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district. The 232-room hotel is designed in an art-deco style and includes a presidential suite on the top floor. Read more.
18 Dec 2012, Chicago, United States
Ongoing renovations at Chicago’s Wrigley Building have exposed some of the towers' original bricks and other parts of the building's bones. The work inspired Stephan Benzkofer at the Chicago Tribune to write an article detailing the history of the iconic tower. Read more.
13 Nov 2012, Tel Aviv, Israel
Foundation work has begun on a 110-meter (360-foot) high-rise in Tel Aviv, which will include the country's most expensive penthouse. The city is also moving to encourage vertical expansion in the city by allowing property owners to construct additional floors on existing structures. Read more.
16 Oct 2012, Detroit, United States
The highly anticipated redevelopment of the Broderick Tower, 124 apartments on the edge of Detroit's CBD, is now just days from opening to tenants, property manager Eric Novak told MLive Detroit. The newly completed Auburn apartment building will also open within a month. Read more.
05 Oct 2012, Miami, United States
The National YoungArts Foundation has acquired the famed Bacardi Tower and Museum campus in Miami. Internationally acclaimed architect Frank Gehry has been retained to design a master plan that preserves the historic tower building while creating a "multidisciplinary arts campus and park." Read more.