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03 Aug 2016, Chicago, United States
The upcoming Riverline complex is facing a temporary delay due to a hold-up in Chicago’s bond process. This process is expected to be resolved soon, but in the meantime, the city hopes to push forward construction on Building D. Read more.
03 Aug 2016, London, United Kingdom
Plans have been submitted for a 17-story, 114-home development – known as Mosaic Place – on a brownfield site in Purley, featuring what will be the only tower in the south London town. Read more.
02 Aug 2016, Dallas, United States
One of downtown Dallas' biggest skyscrapers now has a new owner. The JPMorgan Chase Tower on Ross Avenue has been purchased by New York-based Fortis Property Group in what is estimated to have been a $285 million transaction. Read more.
02 Aug 2016, Toronto, Canada
A proposal has been submitted for a 25-story tower at 5415 Dundas Street West in Toronto. Part of a larger master plan, the phase one tower features 274 residential units, along with space for retail and commercial offices. Read more.
02 Aug 2016, San Francisco, Unites States
The tallest residential tower in San Francisco, and the city’s fourth tallest overall, has sunk 16 inches since it’s opening in 2008. Of added concern is the fact that the Millennium Tower is not settling evenly, and now has a tilt of two inches. Read more.
01 Aug 2016, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
The Luxembourg City Council has given its approval for the construction of Bâtiment Jean Monnet 2 – a 23-story tower and seven-story building which, together, spans 111,000 square meters above ground and 78,000 square meters below. Read more.
01 Aug 2016, Sydney, Australia
The City of Sydney has given a developer the go-ahead on its proposal to dramatically lift the height of a premium office tower, now 263 meters tall, in Sydney's Circular Quay at 182 George Street. Read more.
01 Aug 2016, Los Angeles, United States
A tweaked configuration for a $300 million design for 8150 Sunset Boulevard was recently approved by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission, marking a big step forward for what could be one of LA’s newest architectural icons. Read more.