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CTBUH Global News

The CTBUH Global News Archive is the primary place to get all the latest news on tall buildings, urban development and sustainable construction from around the world. The CTBUH also disseminates this information via our Monthly e-Newsletter, CTBUH Journal, and through books and reports. To view news for a certain category or time period, please use the links on the left side menu.

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London Mayor Nixes Squire Towers Change for Insufficient Affordable Housing


05 Sep 2017, London, United Kingdom

Mayor Sadiq Khan has continued his tough stance on increasing the number of affordable housing units in new developments by refusing to amend plans for a 20-story residential tower on the site of a former Metropolitan Police HQ. Read more.

Upscale Gold Coast Condo Tower Gets Another Height Increase


05 Sep 2017, Chicago, United States

The Gold Coast luxury condo tower known as No. 9 Walton has been issued an updated construction permit allowing for a larger, taller, and more expensive penthouse unit with its own private swimming pool. Read more.

Plans Revealed for Sydney Office Tower Designed for the Millennial Worker


01 Sep 2017, Sydney, Australia

Plans have been revealed for an office tower overlooking Sydney Harbour, which will comprise three distinct sections and a curving roofline that references the vaulted shells of the nearby Opera House. Read more.

Dubai Skyscraper “Sky Walk” Attraction Set to Launch


01 Sep 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

A global property developer has announced the launch of Sky Walk, a 200-meter-high cantilevered observation corridor affixed to one of the two towers in Downtown Dubai’s Address Sky View development. Read more.

500-Key Hotel Planned for Water Street in Tampa


01 Sep 2017, Tampa, United States

Designed to attract conventions to a revitalized $3 billion waterfront district, a 500-key, 4-star hotel will be among the first buildings developed as part of a 9 million-square-foot (836,000-square-meter) mixed-use project. Read more.