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03 Apr 2015, Nashville, United States
Giarratana Development has secured much of the capital needed to build a skyscraper in downtown Nashville. The tower at 505 Church St. has undergone a number of design revisions, the most recent of which calls for a 45-story tower. Read more.
02 Apr 2015, Shanghai, China
A strong gust of wind sent an elevated platform flying back and forth through the air until it rammed into a window on the 91st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center. The two workers aboard the platform walked away with minor injuries. Read more.
02 Apr 2015, Miami, United States
The designer-home trend has spread to Miami from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, where developers discovered a few years ago that luxury-branded hotels and homes could command huge premiums. Read more.
02 Apr 2015, Toronto, Canada
The Fort York community is set to grow again, with plans taking shape for a fourth condominium tower called Fortune at Fort York. The 32-story tower will be the taller than its predecessors and will offer a long list of amenities. Read more.
01 Apr 2015, Singapore, Singapore
A new high-rise housing project in Singapore offers a diverse assortment of open space and vegetation. It also features an interconnected system of bridges and sky terraces that allow residents to enjoyably navigate the complex. Read more.
01 Apr 2015, Vancouver, Canada
Many shopping malls in the Metro Vancouver area with convenient transit access are hard at work on plans to build residential and office towers on land that currently accommodates surface parking lots. Read more.
01 Apr 2015, New York City, United States
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has decided to sell development rights in Queens in a move that clears the way for a new residential building that would be the borough’s tallest tower. Read more.