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02 Jun 2015, New York City, United States
One World Trade Center’s observation deck opened May 29, offering breathtaking sights from the nation’s tallest building. At 387 meters, it is now the highest observation deck in New York and third-tallest in North America. Read more.
02 Jun 2015, Paris, France
Developers have announced a proposal for the world's tallest wood building in Paris. The carbon-neutral proposal, developed as part of the city’s Réinventer Paris competition, aims to alleviate the city’s urban housing challenges. Read more.
02 Jun 2015, Tokyo, Japan
A vibration control device to dramatically reduce shaking caused by long-period earthquake ground motion was shown to the media on Monday, June 1, after being installed in the 55-story Shinjuku Mitsui Building in central Tokyo. Read more.
01 Jun 2015, Miami, United States
Developers have released a proposal for the Miami Innovation District, located in Miami's Park West neighborhood. The development is meant to catalyze the city into becoming "Florida's Silicon Valley." Read more.
01 Jun 2015, London, United Kingdom
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) has drawn up plans for a 45-story office and hotel building next to the Broadgate development in London. The 156-meter tower will replace the 1988 Bavaria House at 13-14 Appold Street. Read more.
01 Jun 2015, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Developers have proposed a new residential scheme in Business Bay, one of Dubai's most popular investment areas. The 23-story AG Tower overlooking the Dubai Water Canal will comprise 437 apartments aimed at business professionals. Read more.