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06 Apr 2016, Boston, United States
Developers have released new details on a proposal to build a 208-meter tower at One Bromfield on the corner of Washington and Bromfield Streets, twinning the under-construction Millennium Tower across the street. Read more.
06 Apr 2016, London, United Kingdom
Developers behind 22 Bishopsgate have won a controversial battle with neighboring landlords. City planners have overridden opposition from the community, which has claimed that the development would infringe upon their "rights to light.” Read more.
05 Apr 2016, Sydney, Australia
The New South Wales (NSW) Department of Planning and Environment has recommended the proposed Crown tower at Barangaroo South for approval, despite minimal design changes after a previous recommendation. Read more.
05 Apr 2016, Jeju, South Korea
Real estate developers have selected a construction firm to build a 700 billion won ($605 million) resort on Jeju Island off the southern coast of South Korea. The complex will consist of twin 38-story towers. Read more.
05 Apr 2016, London, United Kingdom
A scheme to bulldoze a 1950s office block and replace it with an 18-story tower has been thrown out. Planning authorities refused to give the scheme the green light despite it previously being recommended for approval. Read more.
04 Apr 2016, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A groundbreaking was held for the Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower World Trade Centre – a project consisting of two 500-meter towers – in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. The scheme’s reported value is between $2 billion and $3 billion. Read more.
04 Apr 2016, Miami, United States
A 60-story luxury residential tower – Auberge Residences and Spa – is now entering the sales phase. The building incorporates billowing floor plates, creating uniquely shaped balconies with the goal of maximizing views of Biscayne Bay. Read more.
04 Apr 2016, Melbourne, Australia
A 42-story luxury apartment building at 141 La Trobe Street in Melbourne’s central business district (CBD) is now in the marketing stage. The building occupies two sites in the CBD – 141 La Trobe Street and 25 Bennetts Lane. Read more.
04 Apr 2016, Lusaka, Zambia
A $30 million mixed-use development project – expected to be Zambia’s tallest upon completion – is earmarked for construction in Lusaka. The building, expected to be developed by 2017, will consist of offices, retail shops, and penthouses. Read more.
01 Apr 2016, Boulogne-Billancourt, France
In 2008, Dominique Perrault was charged with renovating the Pont De Sèvres Towers located in west Paris. The vast scheme – renamed “Citylights” – has seen the site reconnect to the city’s urban infrastructure. Read more.
01 Apr 2016, Melbourne, Australia
The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) has found that Melbourne's tallest building – the Eureka Tower – contains small amounts of highly combustible cladding; however, they insist that the cladding doesn’t pose a threat. Read more.
01 Apr 2016, Dublin, Ireland
The Dublin City Council and An Bord Pleanála granted planning permission for the city’s future tallest office building – The EXO – on March 31. The 73-meter building will stand alongside the 3Arena in Dublin’s Dockland. Read more.
01 Apr 2016, New York City, United States
New building permits for the 49-story residential 141 East 47th Street were filed on March 30 and an updated rendering has been released. The removal of the site’s low-slung structures has commenced. Read more.