Global design firm Benoy has won a competition to serve as masterplanner and architect for a 367,000 square metre research and commercial hub near the east bank of Shanghai’s Huangpu River. Benoy will work with local developer Shanghai Lujiazui Group… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda’s story in the last year has been a cascade of woe as the one-time world-beating investor has sold off projects in the UK, Australia and China due to a mix of regulatory and financial pressures.
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Singapore’s CapitaLand now holds a world record for the curved, 300 metre sky bridge atop its RMB 24 billion ($3.8 billion) multi-tower mega-project in the western Chinese city of Chongqing.
Designed by Boston-based architect Moshe Safdie, the eight-skyscraper Raffles City… Read More>>
Property developer China Jinmao is teaming up with British educational charity Eden Project International to build the world’s highest indoor waterfall in the northeastern city of Qingdao.
Through the deal, Shanghai-based China Jinmao will help the UK foundation set up… Read More>>
Parc Central, a Guangzhou retail project by Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai, has pulled in its fifth prize, winning gold for ‘Design and Development Excellence – New Developments’ at the 2017 International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Asia Pacific… Read More>>
Hong Kong Developer Sun Hung Kai only opened its Parc Central shopping centre in Guangzhou last year, but the 83,000 square metre (900,000 square foot) mall has already been recognised at its fourth award event in its young life.
This… Read More>>
Ping An Finance Center, a 599-metre (1965-foot) skyscraper in Shenzhen is now officially China’s second tallest building. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed megatall in the city’s Futian district now ranks just behind the 632-metre Shanghai Tower among the mainland’s loftiest erections,… Read More>>
China’s development over the past 30 years has been one of the world’s biggest success stories, but has also been a series of changes that have been hard to appreciate if you haven’t live through it.
While there’s no time… Read More>>
Nearly two dozen people were killed when a row of ramshackle houses collapsed in the eastern China city of Wenzhou on Monday. State-run media described the casualties as primarily being migrant workers occupying substandard buildings in the prosperous trading and… Read More>>
One of China’s biggest cross-border real estate investors is ready to start selling units at its £800million ($1.1 billion) London project and may get a chance to test first-hand whether Brexit has cooled buyer enthusiasm for UK housing.
Shanghai-based Greenland… Read More>>