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03 Oct 2016, Madrid, Spain
Amancio Ortega, thought to be Europe’s richest man, has bought one of Madrid’s most famous skyscrapers, the Torre Cepsa, for USD$550 million through his property investment arm, according to sources. Read more.
03 Oct 2016, New York City, United States
Following the filing of plans for a massive office tower, dubbed The Spiral, a separate developer was encouraged to submit plans for its own project at 545 West 37th Street. The proposed tower will comprise a mix of hotel and residential uses. Read more.
03 Oct 2016, Mississauga, Canada
A site at the western edge of what is now downtown Mississauga is to be transformed into a 10-tower condominium development. The USD$1.1 billion, six-hectare project promises more than 0.8 hectares of public parkland downtown. Read more.
03 Oct 2016, London, United Kingdom
A project team is being assembled for a high-rise scheme to be located in the Shoreditch area of east London. The One Crown Place project, which won planning permission in 2015, comprises two towers of 29 and 33 stories. Read more.