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07 Sep 2017, Manila, Philippines
An international architecture company has just won a competition for a new landmark building, Icone Tower, in the heart of metro Manila. The high-rise combines Filipino traditional design with contemporary influences. Read more.
07 Sep 2017, Miami, United States
The finalization of a construction loan is enabling vertical construction to begin on the Eighty Seven Park project in Miami Beach, Florida. The high-rise will house 66 units and include a two-acre (0.8-hectare) private park. Read more.
06 Sep 2017, New York City, United States
A German banking giant has sent a request-for-proposals (RFP) to the leaseholder of 2 World Trade Center regarding a possible relocation. The move could help developers begin construction on the tower. Read more.
06 Sep 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands
New images have been unveiled of Valley, a 75,000-square-meter mixed-use complex in Zuidas, Amsterdam’s central business district. The competition-winning design aims to transform the area into a more livable and complete urban quarter. Read more.
06 Sep 2017, Chicago, United States
The north suburban Northlight Theatre plans to return to Evanston, the city of its birth, as a 37-story development replete with a boutique hotel, restaurant, high-end apartments, and 250 parking spaces. Read more.
06 Sep 2017, Shenzhen, China
A master plan is being developed for a Shenzhen project comprising 12 skyscrapers, an elevated pedestrian network, and a green urban park. The development’s main buildings range between 278 and 428 meters in height. Read more.
05 Sep 2017, London, United Kingdom
Mayor Sadiq Khan has continued his tough stance on increasing the number of affordable housing units in new developments by refusing to amend plans for a 20-story residential tower on the site of a former Metropolitan Police HQ. Read more.
05 Sep 2017, Chicago, United States
The Gold Coast luxury condo tower known as No. 9 Walton has been issued an updated construction permit allowing for a larger, taller, and more expensive penthouse unit with its own private swimming pool. Read more.
01 Sep 2017, Sydney, Australia
Plans have been revealed for an office tower overlooking Sydney Harbour, which will comprise three distinct sections and a curving roofline that references the vaulted shells of the nearby Opera House. Read more.
01 Sep 2017, Tampa, United States
Designed to attract conventions to a revitalized $3 billion waterfront district, a 500-key, 4-star hotel will be among the first buildings developed as part of a 9 million-square-foot (836,000-square-meter) mixed-use project. Read more.
31 Aug 2017, Honolulu, United States
A glass-clad 40-story residential tower is coming to Honolulu’s Kaka’ako neighborhood. It will be part of the 3.6-acre (1.5-hectare) community known as Ward Village, and will honor the unique environment while promoting Hawaiian lifestyle. Read more.
31 Aug 2017, Sydney, Australia
The City of Parramatta approved a multi-building, mixed-use development at 12-22 Langston Place in Epping that will comprise three residential towers above a commercial ground floor. Read more.
31 Aug 2017, Singapore, Singapore
The Singapore Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has unveiled the master plan for the city's Jurong Lake District. The master plan will be exhibited though mid-September, and the public is invited to share their views. Read more.
30 Aug 2017, Los Angeles, United States
A development team has revealed new renderings for 2900 Wilshire. The mixed-use high-rise development is slated to bring a 23-story tower with 644 apartments and 3,962 square meters of ground-floor commercial space to Koreatown. Read more.
30 Aug 2017, London, United Kingdom
A UK broadcaster has submitted plans to demolish its 45-year-old London Television Centre on the South Bank to make way for new offices and a residential block tower, which would stand at 31 stories and 104 meters. Read more.
30 Aug 2017, Sydney, Australia
A developer has submitted a proposal for an 18-story hotel in Sydney's central business district. The proposal comprises ground-floor retail, 165 hotel rooms, and a residential penthouse with a shared open rooftop space. Read more.
30 Aug 2017, Miami, United States
A new set of images provides a closer look at the trio of towers proposed for Miami's Coconut Grove. Currently under construction, the Park Grove development occupies the last open waterfront area south of Downtown Miami. Read more.
29 Aug 2017, London, United Kingdom
Farrells has been appointed to work on a £275 million regeneration project in west London. The new mixed-use scheme will provide new council offices as well as 471 new homes, 50 percent of which will be affordable. Read more.
29 Aug 2017, Adelaide, Australia
A construction firm has been chosen to build Adelaide's tallest tower, Realm Adelaide. The high-rise will reach 40 stories and 132 meters in height, and contain 320 apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms. Read more.
28 Aug 2017, Gibraltar, United Kingdom
A UK architecture firm has been given planning permission for an £80 million mixed-use scheme in Gibraltar. The development comprises three lozenge-shaped towers sitting atop podiums that rise to 70, 67 and 58 meters high, respectively. Read more.
28 Aug 2017, Utrecht, Netherlands
An Italian architecture firm won an international competition for the Looping Towers, a 260-unit residential development in Utrecht. The figure-eight-shaped design will contain 35,000 square meters of space and contain a rooftop running track. Read more.
25 Aug 2017, Manchester, United Kingdom
The Manchester City Council has approved plans for a £200 million development that will provide 756 new units across four buildings, including residential towers of 40, 22 and 17 stories, plus a 12-story building containing apartments and town homes. Read more.
25 Aug 2017, Detroit, United States
A Danish architecture firm has released visuals for its first US project, a mixed-use development in Detroit overlooking the city's historic theater district. The development will consist of a 35-story office tower and a 26-story residential building. Read more.
24 Aug 2017, Sydney, Australia
First impressions of the soon-to-be-launched 26-floor King and Phillip Residences in the heart of Sydney’s legal precinct have been released. The USD$320 million apartment project will have its sales launch in September. Read more.
24 Aug 2017, London, United Kingdom
A developer was awarded a £250 million (US$320 million) contract to build the first-ever "Versace-branded" skyscraper in London. The 50-story residential tower will contain 450 apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms.Read more.
23 Aug 2017, New York City, United States
More apartments are being made available at affordable prices in VIA 57 West in New York. Nicknamed the “courtscraper,” the residential tower will host apartments that rent for $1,000 a month cheaper than an average Manhattan home. Read more.
23 Aug 2017, Manchester, United Kingdom
New designs have been revealed for a contentious high-rise scheme in Manchester, which is backed by footballers-turned-developers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs. Changes include a reduced building height and the addition of a new grand stair. Read more.
23 Aug 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A local construction company has been awarded an AED175-million (US$47.6-million) contract to build a 34-story residential building, West Bay Tower, in Dubai’s 5.9-million-square-meter Business Bay. Read more.
22 Aug 2017, Brande, Denmark
A Denmark fashion company is building a new mixed-use headquarters in its hometown of Brande. The project will accommodate retail space for up to 30 shops, areas for offices, education, and public events, and hotel facilities. Read more.
22 Aug 2017, Toronto, Canada
A New York-based design firm has been tapped to create a new residential landmark in Toronto's Yorkville neighborhood. Before submitting designs to the city, the developer will host a series of public consultations to collect community input. Read more.