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06 Jul 2017, Montréal, Canada
A multi-phased project recently broke ground in the heart of Montréal's entertainment district. Work on the Laurent & Clark development has begun in earnest with its smaller first phase promising to deliver a 21-story condominium in 2019. Read more.
06 Jul 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka
The developers of The World Capital Centre (WCC) have signed a US$2 billion investment agreement with the Board Of Investment of Sri Lanka (BOI) for what could be Asia’s second tallest building and the third tallest in the world. Read more.
06 Jul 2017, New York City, United States
Several key projects have been proposed for 80 Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn. One tower planned for the site, designed to soar 282 meters in the air, is among the tallest skyscrapers ever planned in the borough. Read more.
06 Jul 2017, London, United Kingdom
Architects have more than halved the size of their “co-living” scheme in Stratford, east London, following government consultations. Revisions include reducing the height of the main tower to 19 stories and removing the “apart-hotel.” Read more.
05 Jul 2017, Hong Kong, China
Within the Mong Kok neighborhood, Hong Kong Concrete has finished the resident lounge of the recently completed Skypark tower. Images of the rooftop clubhouse and park have been released following the building’s opening launch. Read more.
05 Jul 2017, Seattle, United States
Nexus is an upcoming residential tower planned at the edge of downtown Seattle as the city experiences a shortage of for-sale housing amid a thriving rental market. The tower includes 367 residential units and 300 square meters of retail. Read more.
05 Jul 2017, Toronto, Canada
Fully up-to-date renderings of The One, along with a new scale model of the approved design, have debuted at "Toronto of the Future" at Metro Hall following ratification of a settlement between the developer and the City of Toronto. Read more.
05 Jul 2017, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Liverpool city council has approved proposals for a 656-unit residential scheme on the edge of the city center. Located on Leeds Street, the Freemasons development will consist of four separate residential towers rising up to 16 stories. Read more.
03 Jul 2017, Mexico City, Mexico
Near the center of Coyoacán, just south of Mexico City, the largest real estate trust in Mexico is building a US$1 billion development called Mítikah. Construction will take place across two phases, ultimately completing in 2021. Read more.
03 Jul 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Construction is set to commence on a US$272.48 million skyscraper along Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. The tower will rise 70 stories next to Al Habtoor City and Aykon City before the end of this year. Read more.
03 Jul 2017, Yekaterinburg, Russia
Forum City is a proposed nine-building complex that curates its own metropolitan microcosm inside the larger urban area by combining residential, leisure facilities, and retail inside an archetypal city block. Read more.
03 Jul 2017, Melbourne, Australia
Final approval has been granted to fund Cbus Property’s US$460 million City West Police Centre complex. The 65,000-square-meter tower will become the state’s first purpose-built headquarters in more than half a century. Read more.