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24 Apr 2017, London, United Kingdom
An architecture firm is planning to build over 200 homes across two towers – including a 22-story building known as North Kensington Gate South – on Scrubs Lane in west London’s Old Oak Opportunity Area. Read more.
21 Apr 2017, Melbourne, Australia
Toyota has received an endorsement by the City of Melbourne for their proposal to develop 1,000 new apartment units. The proposal includes a four-tower apartment project over its dealership, which is located just outside of the city’s CBD. Read more.
21 Apr 2017, Ann Arbor, United States
The City Council of Ann Arbor, Michigan, has voted in favor of selling air rights to a project that is set to become one of the tallest in the city. The Collective is proposed to be a 17-story mixed-use development in the busy Midtown District. Read more.
20 Apr 2017, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool City Council has approved plans for five towers across three developments. With work expected to commence on the various projects over the coming year, the city is poised to see a number of construction cranes. Read more.
20 Apr 2017, Adelaide, Australia
Ground officially broke on the AU$100 million (US$75 million), 30-story Kodo apartment development on Angas Street in the Adelaide central business district. Construction is expected to complete by the end of 2018. Read more.
20 Apr 2017, New Orleans, United States
A 16-story, $70 million condo tower on Annunciation Street in the Warehouse District will begin construction later this year after developers settled a marathon fight with neighbors over the building's height. Read more.
19 Apr 2017, Antwerp, Belgium
A competition-winning design has been selected for a 25-story apartment and office tower, called Striga 3, in Antwerp, Belgium. The project sits in the center of the Nieuw Zuid master plan – an urban extension to the south of the city. Read more.
19 Apr 2017, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The once abandoned Plaza Rakyat in Kuala Lumpur will soon be redeveloped into a landmark that the developer says will be the most significant addition to the city since the Petronas Towers. The project is expected to complete in 2022. Read more.
14 Apr 2017, Vaughan, Canada
North of Toronto, York Region's tallest building could reach a height of 55 stories, adding 553 units of residential density to Vaughan's nascent downtown. Announced on April 12, Transit City Condos will target a 2020 completion date. Read more.
13 Apr 2017, Nanjing, China
Architects are designing an ensemble of five high-rise buildings in Nanjing. The project will feature the firm’s tallest building at 411 meters, qualifying it for supertall status under the standards set by CTBUH. Read more.
13 Apr 2017, Manchester, United Kingdom
A developer has submitted plans for a $375 million mixed-use tower block scheme in Manchester. The 750,000-sqaure-foot (70,000-square-meter) city center scheme will include a 40-story residential building and 14-story office block. Read more.
12 Apr 2017, Milan, Italy
Five architecture studios have unveiled conceptual proposals to transform seven unused railways across Milan, creating high-density housing and swaths of greenery. The five visions emerged from a workshop held in December 2016. Read more.
12 Apr 2017, New York City, United States
A developer has announced plans for The Wheeler, a glassy new addition above downtown Brooklyn’s iconic Macy’s store on Fulton Street. The design incorporates 10 stories of office and mixed-use space that will sit atop the existing store. Read more.
11 Apr 2017, Sydney, Australia
A developer is preparing to release the final apartment offerings in its master planned community along the rejuvenated Georges River in Liverpool. The offering will include a range of units from one- to three-bedroom apartments. Read more.
11 Apr 2017, Seattle, United States
A two-tower mixed-use development has been proposed. Known as Minor + Stewart Towers, the project will add nearly 88,000 square meters of gross floor area to the intersection of an up-and-coming neighborhood and the downtown core. Read more.
11 Apr 2017, Miami, United States
Auberge Miami, originally planned as a 60-story, 290-unit condo development in downtown Miami, has been canceled and deposits have already been returned to buyers, according to multiple reports. Read more.
10 Apr 2017, Brisbane, Australia
A Brisbane-based developer has submitted a new development application for a striking 33-story residential tower at 77 Hope Street in south Brisbane, inspired by Queensland’s rainforests and sub-tropical climate. Read more.
10 Apr 2017, Chicago, United States
A proposed 60-story tower will not be moving forward, a local alderman says. The Carillon Tower would have been the tallest tower built in River North in nearly a decade, but the community is concerned it would negatively impact traffic. Read more.
07 Apr 2017, Melbourne, Australia
Currently on the rise in the South Yarra district of Melbourne, 661 Chapel Street will continue the current development spree that the area has seen lately, adding 30 stories and 127 luxury units to the northern end of the neighborhood. Read more.
07 Apr 2017, Courbevoie, France
Residents of a number of houses in Courbevoie, outside of Paris, have granted permission to a Russian developer to demolish their homes and start the construction of two skyscrapers, part of the Hermitage Plaza complex. Read more.
06 Apr 2017, Bangkok, Thailand
A pair of developers has unveiled plans for One Bangkok, a new 16-hectare mixed-use development in the heart of Bangkok. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has been appointed the master planner for the complex. Read more.
05 Apr 2017, Auckland, New Zealand
Construction is expected to begin at The Pacifica by the end of 2017 and finish by September 2020. Rising 178 meters, the building could become New Zealand's highest residential tower when completed, developers say. Read more.
05 Apr 2017, Chicago, United States
While the 56-story Essex on the Park tower celebrated a formal groundbreaking back in January, the upcoming high-rise is now ready to begin construction in earnest. On April 3, the project was granted its first building permit. Read more.
05 Apr 2017, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Conceptual plans have been revealed for a housing scheme at 175 High Street in Birmingham, inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The vision manifests as a network of roof-garden terraces rising up a pair of towers. Read more.
05 Apr 2017, New York City, United States
A developer has announced plans to build a pair of mixed-use towers at 80 Flatbush Avenue. Construction will occur in phases, the first being a 38-story triangular building that will contain residential, office, and retail space. Read more.
04 Apr 2017, London, United Kingdom
WilkinsonEyre has revealed proposals to increase the height of its already approved 150 Leadenhall tower in central London by 35 meters. Revised designs will stretch the tower upwards to 220 meters, adding 11,148 square meters of GFA. Read more.
04 Apr 2017, Brisbane, Australia
A developer has bought a prime inner city office building that was previously the center of plans for one of the city’s most significant residential projects. With this new development, it is unlikely that those plans will be realized. Read more.
03 Apr 2017, Milwaukee, United States
As downtown Milwaukee continues its unprecedented construction boom, a 25-story building has been proposed as an addition to the BMO Harris Bank Center complex. Construction is due to start on the 102-meter building later in 2017. Read more.
03 Apr 2017, Adelaide, Australia
An AUD$150 million (USD$114 million) two-tower project on the southern edge of Adelaide’s CBD is set to launch ahead of a 2017 construction start. The development is primarily seeking to attract locals looking to downsize. Read more.
31 Mar 2017, New York City, United States
After originally planning to launch sales in late 2016, developers behind the under-construction Central Park Tower have announced that sales will hit the market in the second half of 2017, if all goes according to plan. Read more.