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24 Sep 2018, Atlanta, United States
A 21-story condo tower slated for Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood has been forced to switch to leasable apartments, following a lack of unit sales. The luxury development is under construction, with completion scheduled for May 2019. Read more.
24 Sep 2018, Rennes, France
A prominent European business service provider has announced plans to invest $141 million in the development of a five-building complex surrounding the EuroRennes railway station in Rennes, France. Read more.
24 Sep 2018, Shanghai, China
A groundbreaking has been held on the site of a planned 42-story building in Shanghai, featuring an industrial-inspired façade and panoramic views. The office tower will rise near a public park, transportation, and underground mall. Read more.
21 Sep 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The first phase of a multi-tower office park in Buenos Aires is planned to be occupied by an e-commerce group and a Chilean department store. The 30,000 square meters of office space will be accompanied by a connecting public plaza. Read more.
21 Sep 2018, Manchester, United Kingdom
A narrow 55-story tower designed to imitate Manchester’s red brick-chimney-filled skyline has been proposed to rise next to a transit station. The tower includes 850 student apartments and 750 square meters of co-working space. Read more.
21 Sep 2018, New York City, United States
Following height and floor area reductions, a development has been approved to move forward in Brooklyn by the New York City Council subcommittee on zoning. The revised plans feature 256- and 155-meter towers containing mixed uses. Read more.
21 Sep 2018, Guangzhou, China
An architecture firm has designed a 130-meter twin-tower complex for Gaungzhou’s growing CBD. The scheme includes a public skydeck linking the two towers, which comprise office, hotel, and serviced apartment uses. Read more.
19 Sep 2018, Vancouver, Canada
An 18-story mixed-use building has been approved to rise on the site of a medical building in North Vancouver, Canada. The project includes 2,947 square meters of office space and 1,703 square meters of commercial retail space. Read more.
19 Sep 2018, Watamu, Kenya
A 370-meter tower is planned to rise in the Kenyan town of Watamu. The 61-story scheme includes 180 serviced apartments, a casino, nightclub, retail mall, cinema, five-star hotel, and convention center. Read more.
14 Sep 2018, Gold Coast, Australia
A developer has submitted plans for a 40-story tower in the central Broadbeach sector of Gold Coast. The 123-meter project comprises 61 apartments, a retail tenancy, and an infinity symbol-shaped floorplate. Read more.
13 Sep 2018, Málaga, Spain
Three residential towers totaling about 255 units, the majority of them luxury units, will be constructed in Málaga, Spain. The units will have access to a pool, a gym, recreational space and co-working space. Read more.
12 Sep 2018, Chicago, United States
A bank may move its Chicago operations to a proposed 218-meter tower included in the Union Station redevelopment plans. The scheme, which recently announced revisions, includes mixed uses and a 6,070-square-meter park. Read more.
11 Sep 2018, Stockholm, Sweden
Plans have been unveiled for a conceptual housing development on Stockholm’s waterfront, with 31 cross-laminated timber towers, which will be self-contained city blocks containing 3,000 homes and 30 restaurants. Read more.
10 Sep 2018, Brisbane, Australia
Phase one of a 4,900-square-meter transit-oriented scheme in the Brisbane suburb of Albion has been submitted for approval, with community feedback to begin soon. Towers reaching 30 and 23 stories, respectively, comprise the first stage. Read more.
10 Sep 2018, Quito, Ecuador
The design for a new residential tower, which is set to become one of Quito’s tallest, has been unveiled. The 24-story project features staggered stacks of units, which create private indoor and outdoor spaces for residents. Read more.
10 Sep 2018, Tampa, United States
New images have been unveiled for a mixed-use tower planned for Tampa’s Riverwalk promenade, which feature the project’s ship-inspired design. The 57-story building will include office space, condos, and a sky deck. Read more.
07 Sep 2018, Auckland, New Zealand
Several proposed designs for a new mixed-use tower in Auckland have been released. The winning design for the hotel and apartment building, which is set to be announced in October, will rise in the city’s entertainment district. Read more.
05 Sep 2018, Dallas, United States
A high-rise building has been proposed on a decades-old planned 42-story tower site in Dallas. The one-hectare site, slated for office and hotel uses, was originally part of a 57-hectare urban renewal project in the 1980s. Read more.
05 Sep 2018, Gold Coast, Australia
A developer has proposed a 31-story residential tower to rise in Gold Coast’s Surfer’s Paradise sector on a narrow 607-square-meter site. The 50-unit high-rise includes communal recreation facilities and an automatic car valet system. Read more.
04 Sep 2018, Long Beach, United States
A recently unveiled development in Long Beach includes a 40-story tower that would offer 694 residential units close to downtown. The project would also include a few shorter buildings with a variety of uses. Read more.
31 Aug 2018, Chicago, United States
The developers of Chicago’s Lakeshore East have announced revised plans for three proposed high-rise buildings, following requests for changes from a government official. The complex includes 1,700 new residential units. Read more.
31 Aug 2018, Birkirkara, Malta
The Malta Planning Authority has approved a 20 percent floor space extension to a four-tower office development in the Mrieħel area of Birkirkara. The project includes a parking garage, supermarket, and commercial space. Read more.
31 Aug 2018, Kelowna, Canada
A 26-story residential tower has been approved to rise on Kelowna, Canada’s main downtown street. Sales for the 178-unit building, which is the first of three towers planned for the site, are set to begin in September. Read more.
29 Aug 2018, Montreal, Canada
The design and development team has been announced for a 46-story bank headquarters in downtown Montreal. The 92,903-square-meter building, which is planned to complete in 2022, will include technology-driven workspaces. Read more.
29 Aug 2018, Cairo, Egypt
A 300-meter tower, which was originally proposed in 2007, is slated to rise in Cairo’s Maspero sector alongside a government redevelopment of the area. The tower features panoramic views of the Nile River and the pyramids. Read more.
28 Aug 2018, Ottawa, Canada
Councilors on the city of Ottawa’s planning committee will vote next week on a plan for a tower complex consisting of three towers at over 20 stories to replace a hotel. The new complex would be able to house an estimated 2,000 residents. Read more.
20 Aug 2018, Toronto, Canada
Updated plans for a 38-story condominium tower have received support from the Toronto City Council, following a settlement with the Planning Department. The tower rises from a four-floor podium and is planned to host 560 suites. Read more.
20 Aug 2018, Zhuhai, China
New images of a four-tower complex featuring a signature skybridge have been revealed. The development, slated for the New Hengqin District of Zhuhai, includes Grade-A office space, retail, leisure facilities, and outdoor terraces. Read more.
17 Aug 2018, Toronto, Canada
The vision for a “smart city” in Toronto’s Quayside port district has been unveiled. Plans include tall timber buildings reaching 50 stories, open air “stoas” or gathering spaces, and weather-modulating technological advancements. Read more.
16 Aug 2018, Budapest, Hungary
The Hungarian government has announced a ban on the construction of buildings exceeding 90 meters in height in the capital city of Budapest. The ban will not alter approved plans for an oil company’s 120-meter new headquarters. Read more.