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Old May 9th, 2010, 03:10 PM   #1
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SHENZHEN | Huanggang Redevelopment | 350m x 2 | 1148ft x 2 | 70 fl x 2 | 250m x 4 | 820ft x 4 | Pro

Shenzhen Huanggang Village Redevelopment

385,800 square meters of land will be cleared, old buildings demolished to make way for new development.

Tallest twins on the central axis
350m x 2
~70 fl x 2

-plus-

250m x 4
200m x 2
150m x 5 on the surround plots

Source and video: http://sztvkn.s1979.com/a/news/sz/2010/0426/30629.shtml


Design proposal by Chen Shimin:










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http://www.chenshimin-arch.com/desig...ntial-hgc.html
http://www.chenshimin-arch.com/chen-...ign-sz-hgc.htm

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Old May 9th, 2010, 03:11 PM   #2
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2D plan for the redevelopment - >> Click for giant resolution <<





Another 2D plan - >> Click for giant resolution <<




Source: http://www.ppgis.com.cn/HuangGang/



Map edited by me showing the redevelopment site in relations to Shenzhen CBD


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Old May 9th, 2010, 03:12 PM   #3
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Currently Huanggang Village is jammed with these "hand shake buildings", you stand by the window in this building and can shake hands with someone by the window in the next building. These buildings popped up as a quick fix to the housing problems when millions of migrants flocked to Shenzhen in a very short period of time. Over time, the planned city eventually grew around these super dense villages and hence they earned themselves the name "urban villages". The entire 385,800 square meters of the village will be demolished.

Huanggang village now:












More examples of these urban villages and hand shake buildings from other parts of Shenzhen

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Old May 9th, 2010, 09:31 PM   #4
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That will be a huge demolition site. Have the people already emptied the apartments?
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Old May 9th, 2010, 09:58 PM   #5
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How old are those low income blocks?
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Old May 11th, 2010, 02:16 AM   #6
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That will be a huge demolition site. Have the people already emptied the apartments?
Some people have already vacated the blocks, most people haven't and are in negotiation with the government in terms of the compensation amount. The relocation is going at a slow pace, the whole place still has a population of 420,000.

Also a lot of landlords are demanding huge sums of money, because the not-far Gangxia village (east of the CBD) was demolished a year ago. The 10 major landlords were each paid some ¥500,000,000 (US$70million) with another 20 secondary landlords or so paid ¥70,000,000 (US$10million). So you can imagine what sums those landlords in Huanggang would demand.....Some estimates that the whole demolition would not be complete before 2015.....


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How old are those low income blocks?
The earliest batch would be pre-1990, the rest were filled in from then on til around the mid 90s.

This is the place circa 1992 or 93

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Why did they pay that much to them? It's ridiculous. They should ban compensations higher than tiwce the market price of the expropiated home. Or instead, they should be given a new, fully furnished home as close as possible. No wonder why real estate prices are going mad if those greedy people are getting astronomical compensations for their crappy flats.
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Gangxia village is still not fully demolished, last time when I was there (in April) the place was half demolished with people still living there and no demolishion activity at all.

The compensation must be high. I bet the landlords do not live there anymore but they rent their houses to migrant workers and live good life on rent, probably doesn't have to work at all. Demolition will leave them without source of their income - and this is the reason why they demand such high compensation, it is not just for the value of their creepy houses.
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The first render is the best.
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Old May 14th, 2010, 11:58 PM   #10
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Video of Huanggang Cun (not mine)



Shenzhen is probably the most capitalist city in mainland China. The owners of capital (land being one of them) rulez.
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Old June 13th, 2010, 04:42 AM   #11
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Living quite near this area, I honestly can't imagine this project happening in its entirety. 皇岗村 and 皇岗新村 - the area that they're thinking of demolishing - is simply enormous (must be about 3 times the size of Gangxia), and not to mention one of the more prosperous of these sorts of areas around Shenzhen.

There's a great deal of development going on inside the plot that is cited above - new houses are being built, and the plot of land near 东方雅园 (that's currently a truck stop) is being prepped for a residential plot, hell there's even a new McDonalds. Another big difference between this area and other similar places in Shenzhen is the amount of this plot that is owned by Hong Kong businessmen...

I'm not saying that this won't happen, but I doubt that it will happen in its entirety. If we were going to see it, they most likely would've approved it sometime this past year - such a massive relocation would require an enormous sum of money; with the banks cutting back on their lending as of late I'm really not sure about this project. Renders also seem old.
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Anyway this is a beautiful,extremely tall tower with or without the spire and from the looks of it futian cbd is only about to grow larger.
originally posted on gaoloumi by xiaodong1990


What are we looking at here?
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Huangang redevelopment,a project we thought was dead is still in planning from the looks of it,two 350m towers+5 200m+ Looking towers
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Old August 28th, 2015, 03:06 PM   #14
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About time more of these urban villages get redeveloped
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