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03 Feb 2017, Boston, United States
As the last development site within the Prudential Center complex, the recently completed 71-meter 888 Boylston Street creates a new front door to one of the world’s most successful urban, commercial environments. Read more.
02 Feb 2017, London, United Kingdom
Plans for a $1.26 billion development on Greenwich Peninsula have been unveiled along with the full consultant team for the project. The Peninsula Place scheme will feature three towers rising to 30 stories in height. Read more.
02 Feb 2017, Melbourne, Australia
The signature dual towers of Marco Melbourne recently reached completion, creating a prominent presence on Melbourne’s skyline and a new residential address within the heart of Melbourne at Southbank. Read more.
02 Feb 2017, Los Angeles, United States
A Los Angeles-based real estate firm plans to construct a 16-story residential tower on the parking lot behind Koreatown's Wilshire Professional Building, according to an environmental report published by the Planning Department. Read more.
01 Feb 2017, Chicago, United States
City officials have released renderings of proposed improvements for Willis Tower, Chicago's tallest building. The $500 million plans include six floors of new retail, an outdoor deck, and a "winter garden." Read more.
01 Feb 2017, Hangzhou, China
Architects have completed the 16-story Hangzhou Gateway office building in China. The tower's curvy signature form is derived from two large voids carved into the structure’s mass – a feature inspired by Chinese rice fields. Read more.
01 Feb 2017, Toronto, Canada
A December 2016 application for Site Plan Approval was filed with the City of Toronto for the redevelopment site on Queens Quay Boulevard East, known as the Lower Yonge Precinct. Documents have revealed new details about the complex. Read more.