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Old November 6th, 2011, 07:33 AM   #461
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interesting question. They really need to build this in order to easily cross ShenNan road when you're on foot.
You could go from the Exhibition center to LianHua Hill by foot, and they'll even connect LianHua Hill with and Beacon Hill Park and Central (ZhongXin) park by creating a green passageway.
Right now they have rebuilt SheNan Road between YiTian Road and JinTian Road and the planted trees. I don't know how the Crystal Island would fit in that.
Perhaps are they also waiting for YiTian road bridge over ShenNan Road to be finished.
Anybody?
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Old November 9th, 2011, 09:42 AM   #462
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interesting question. They really need to build this in order to easily cross ShenNan road when you're on foot.
You could go from the Exhibition center to LianHua Hill by foot, and they'll even connect LianHua Hill with and Beacon Hill Park and Central (ZhongXin) park by creating a green passageway.
Right now they have rebuilt SheNan Road between YiTian Road and JinTian Road and the planted trees. I don't know how the Crystal Island would fit in that.
Perhaps are they also waiting for YiTian road bridge over ShenNan Road to be finished.
Anybody?
I've passed by there a few times but could not find the path uphill. Is it well-marked at all or just a dirt path?
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Old November 9th, 2011, 09:54 AM   #463
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What path?
From the exhibition centre to LianHua Hill.
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Old November 9th, 2011, 10:16 AM   #465
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So right now you can't go on top of the IA mall under construction and located between the exhibition center and the roof of Central Walk (ZhongXin Cheng) but you will once the IA mall will be finished. Now you can go from the top of Central Walk to the park that is north of Central Walk and south of ShenNan road.
Then you simply can't cross ShenNan road, you can only recklessly cross it but you have to watch out for the heavy traffic. Or you can use the subway corridors.

Then when you're on the Citizen Center Square you can go up the stairs, under the roof and go straight on top of the Shenzhen Library and reach directly into LianHua Shan.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 07:39 AM   #466
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Finally figured out "Shenzhen Crystal Island" in Chinese, and did some research. It seems the "Shenzhen Eye" project is still on, although work on Futian Station must be completed first.

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I assume what will happen is that the central walk mall will connect to Futian Station underground, which in turn will connect to the eye. Above ground, you should be able to theoretically walk on top of IA mall to Central Walk to the Tianqiao surrounding the eye - although to be honest, besides Nov-Jan, I can't see anyone really taking a stroll up there, given Shenzhen's rather brutal summers. Something tells me the underground passage, and thus the eye, will get far more use (barring them doing something interesting, like implementing moving walkways).
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Old November 11th, 2011, 07:58 AM   #467
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I need that for my running path !!!

There is another interesting project that should open soon it's the Link City. It's a huge underground corridor linking, IA Mall, Central Walk and Coco Park featuring restaurants, shops etc. http://www.linkcity.com.cn/index.aspx

I guess this linkcity will be then connected to Futian Station too, and PingAn IFC too !
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Old November 16th, 2011, 08:41 AM   #468
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Satellite helps spot illegal buildings
2011-November-15 08:53
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THE city’s urban planning, land and resources commission has started using remote sensing satellite to detect illegal buildings and unauthorized land use.

The commission’s monitoring department was able to regularly compare images of land or buildings, taken by the remote sensing satellite at different times, to see whether there was illegal land use, yesterday’s Daily Sunshine reported.

The use of the remote satellite is among measures taken by the commission to step up a crackdown on illegal buildings.

The commission has separated the city into 10 areas and designated 65 key patrol routes for regular supervision.

The commission’s law enforcement staff use a wireless hand terminal connected to a data center to learn the coordinates, ownership and historical use of land, the paper said.

Previously, it took time for law enforcement staff to check relevant information of land suspected of being used illegally, according to the commission.(Li Hao)

In addition, the law enforcement would conduct regular patrols across the city.

Wang Jiayao, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and professor at the PLA Information Engineering University, said the complete digital platform employed by the commission was leading technology.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 12:18 PM   #469
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ARCHDAILY - November 15th

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Old November 21st, 2011, 02:08 PM   #470
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Hey, so often I go to the gaoloumi forums to practice my Chinese, and there's a number of projects on there that I haven't seen in this forum. This is likely due to this forum's much stricter requirements, but I thought I'd share a few that I haven't seen here.

1. 腾讯滨海大厦
256m/196m
Kejiyuan, Nanshan

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2. 中航城改造项目之
199.99m
Huaqiangbei, Futian - right behind AVIC plaza

Looks as though they're going ahead with the tower right now, but there are still some buildings holding out before they can build the mall.

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3. 中海油南方总部大厦
199.6m
Houhai, Nanshan

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4. 中铁南方总部大厦
100m
Houhai, Nanshan

This one looks to have a couple different renders. Don't know which one they chose. Here's one of them.

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5. 深圳招商银行深圳分行大楼
178.85m
Stock Exchange Square, Futian

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That's it for now. I'll update some more one of these days when I have the time.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 10:29 AM   #471
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Work to start on new Tencent building
2011-November-22 08:53
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TENCENT, one of China’s largest value-added Internet, mobile and telecom services provider, started work on an office building on land reclaimed from the sea in Nanshan District.

The building at the intersection of Baishi Road and Binhai Boulevard southwest, of Shenzhen High-Tech Park, will include a 50-story south tower and a 41-story north tower.

The 1.8 billion yuan (US$286 million) project would be three times the size of the official building on Shennan Boulevard, opposite Shenzhen University. The existing office building opened in 2009.

Upon completion in 2016, the Binhai building will be equipped with facilities for animation, mobile Internet and search engines. It will be the research base for Tencent’s animation and mobile Internet.

At a launch ceremony yesterday, Tencent Holdings said the project would bring 3.1 billion yuan in new revenue, or 940 million yuan in profit.

Revenue for Tencent last year was 19.6 billion yuan and income from Internet value-added services was 15.4 billion yuan, accounting for 78 percent of the total. Income from mobile and telecommunication services and online advertisements accounted for the remaining 22 percent.

Tencent has 15,000 employees nationwide and the existing office building can accommodate 4,000 employees. As the business expands, some Tencent teams had to rent offices in other buildings.

The new building would be the center of Tencent’s global operations.
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Old November 25th, 2011, 09:08 AM   #472
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Here's some more.

1. 中国人寿大厦
170m
Futian CBD, west of Gouwugongyuan

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2. 深圳田厦国际中心
196.8m/104m
Nanshan, I believe somewhere close to that building with that absurd horse coming out.

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3. 深圳中粮大悦城
Final Hight Uncertain
Bao'An, right by Lingzhi Station

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Render just came out. Highly uncertain project.

4. 深圳君临天下名苑
175m
Futian, right south of the Xiangmihu Golf Course, Residential

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5. 中信银行大厦
105m
Futian CBD, West of Gouwugongyuan

This is the one on the corner. There's a couple different renders for this one. You can find more http://www.gaoloumi.com/viewthread.php?tid=119077&extra=page%3D1&page=1.

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6. 深圳第一创业大厦
100m
Futian CBD, West of Gouwugongyuan

This one appears like it will be sandwiched between the 60m tower to the left and the China Merchant's Securities to the right. It also appears as though it will be absurdly skinny (at least compared to other highrises in Futian CBD).

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7. 深圳中国移动大厦
176m
Futian CBD, Northeastern section by the intersection of Shennan and Jintian

This one has been inactive for a couple months now. No one is quite sure the cause - definitely stopped temporarily, but since it's China Mobile, I would imagine it will end up getting built. After Spring Festival we see funds pumped back into the big SOEs again.

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8. 深圳中广核大厦
177m
Futian CBD, Northeastern section

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9. 海境界二期
Height Unsure, 46F each, Residential
Nanshan, Houhai

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10. 深圳生命人寿大厦
219m
Futian CBD, Northeastern section

Looks like work still hasn't started here yet.

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11. 宏欣豪园
145m
Futian, across Yitian Rd from Dongfangyayuan and Huangting Shiji

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12. 怡化金融科技大厦
158m
Houhai, Nanshan

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13. 三诺大厦
109m
Houhai, Nanshan

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That's it for now.
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Old November 25th, 2011, 09:19 AM   #473
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Thanks ! Great posts !
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Old November 26th, 2011, 04:05 PM   #474
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Wow, that's a lot of projects! Thanks!

If we really would open a thread for every single project in China's cities, we would spam the Skyscraper and Highrise section to death.
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Has there been an announcement on a new Chow Tai Fook building in Shenzhen?

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By Fox Hu and Vinicy Chan - Nov 27, 2011 10:03 PM PT

Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd. may raise as much as HK$22 billion ($2.8 billion) in what could be Hong Kong’s biggest initial public offering this year as luxury-goods companies tap growing affluence in China...

...The Chow Tai Fook shares being offered will account for 10.5 percent of the company after the sale, according to the term sheet. The company’s stockholders have the option to sell 210 million shares under an upsize option, as well as the equivalent of 15 percent of the final deal size under an overallotment option, according to the document.

Half of the funds raised by the company will be used on raw materials and inventory, with 36.5 percent for repayment of loans and 5 percent on buying properties and renovating stores, according the term sheet. The remainder will be used to buy production as well as research and development equipment, to build an office building in Shenzhen, and on working capital.

The IPO will be the biggest in Hong Kong this year, exceeding Prada’s if priced at the top of the range...
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-1...-kong-ipo.html
I've read about this building before. I think it was meant to be built in YanTian.
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Underground mall for Huaqiangbei
2011-November-29 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

A LARGE underground shopping mall would be built in Huaqiangbei, according to plans for the third phase of the Metro project.

The shopping mall would cover an area of more than 40,000 square meters, serving as an interchange hub connecting Metro lines 1, 2, 3 and 7, yesterday’s Southern Metropolis Daily reported.

Director of the Metro construction office, Zhao Penglin, said the construction of the shopping mall would be a huge challenge because there were about 200,000 people in Huaqiangbei.

However, Zhao said the completion of the shopping mall would, to a large extent, relieve traffic congestion.

The shopping mall was part of stage 3 of the Metro construction, which would include Metro lines 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11, the paper said. The completion of stage 3 would add 171 kilometers to the Metro network. Shenzhen already has a 178-kilometer Metro network.

Large Metro interchange hubs would be planned and built in places such as Chegongmiao and Meiln in Futian District. An evaluation of the preliminary designs for Metro lines 7, 9 and 11 was scheduled to be completed this month.

Work on stage 3 would start after it was approved by the National Development and Reform Commission, the paper said. There will be 200 Metro stations in Shenzhen when stage 3 is completed in 2015.
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Land auction ends in failure
2011-December-8 08:53
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THE first land to be auctioned on the Internet attracted no bidders before its application deadline Tuesday, Southern Metropolis Daily reported yesterday.

The online auction which was due to be held Tuesday was cancelled and it is unknown when the land will next be auctioned online, according to the city’s land and housing transaction center.

The 80,000-square-meter area of land in Longgang District was designated to be built into a hotel. The starting price was 439 million yuan (US$70 million) and the land could be used for 40 years.

With online trading of land use and mining rights which started Sept. 28, people no longer need to go to the land trading center for auctions.

Expert said the failure was mainly due to the land itself and the current market.

“This land had to be built into a hotel. However, hotel operation requires large amounts of investment and has very high risk. If other commercial projects could be built in the neighboring area, it would be very attractive,” said Deng Zhiwang, president of the real estate research institute at Shenzhen Polytechnic.

Under the housing purchase restriction policies, many estate developers were under financial pressure and chose to spend less money on land. “Hotel land cannot be sold on, so developers are more careful,” said Deng.

However, Deng thought the land was still a promising property as the area would be turned into a tourism attraction.
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Sino-Dutch low-carbon town to be built in SZ
2011-December-13 08:53
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SHENZHEN and the Netherlands plan to collaborate in building a low-carbon town in Pingdi, Longgang District, to promote environmental protection, according to a meeting held Sunday.

The first phase of construction covers an area of 25 square kilometers, including Gaoqiao Industrial Park covering an area of 4 square kilometers, yesterday’s Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.

According to an agreement signed in September, the town will become a model of low-carbon economic development.

The national project will display the country’s development in low-carbon economy, urban construction and management, and environmental protection, building a platform for technological communication and exchange and promoting China’s cooperation with EU countries, said Shenzhen Vice Mayor Tang Jie.

“Shenzhen is keen to become a leading city in low-carbon economy and we are looking forward to the cooperation. We hope that detailed plans for the town will be completed soon and significant progress can be made in 2012,” said Anne Luwema, consul general of the Netherlands in Guangzhou.

Experts are invited to make the development plan of the town, and construction on the key area, Gaoqiao Industrial Park, will be started soon. A Sino-Dutch low-carbon research center and a team of exports will be established soon to work on technological cooperation, said Wang Dongze, a professor with the Shenzhen Postgraduate Institute of Harbin Institute of Technology.
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Reclamation project pollutes bay
2011-December-13 08:53
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A GROWING number of residents have complained about the stench of excess silt at Shenzhen Bay, yesterday’s Daily Sunshine reported.

“When walking along Shenzhen Bay Park in warm weather when the tide ebbs, I find the smell unbearable. You can even smell it when driving on Binhai Boulevard with your window open,” said a resident surnamed Liu.

The smell is mainly that of silt and garbage. “It was worse a few years ago, and got better after a cleaning project before the Universiade. But it is still unbearable when the weather is hot,” said a cleaner at Shenzhen Bay Park.

According to environmental experts, sea reclamation projects are to blame.

The sea area at Shenzhen Bay has shrunk by nearly 25 square kilometers in recent years due to reclamation projects, accounting for 27 percent of the bay’s total area. The ecosystems in the neighboring area have almost been completely destroyed, according to a report on Shenzhen Bay development released in January last year.

The water quality at Shenzhen Bay is very poor with excessive amounts of heavy metals such as lead and copper, according to a Shenzhen marine environment report released last year.

“The average depth at Shenzhen Bay is only 2.9 meters, which cannot meet the demand of the city’s development. If no effective measure is taken, Shenzhen Bay will have disappeared completely in 170 years,” said Zhou Kai, an ocean environment expert and a member of the city’s political advisory body.

Zhou said simply disposing of the silt would not protect the bay. “The most effective way is to find out where has the most serious silt problem through monitoring and clear away the obstruction against hydrodynamic force,” he said.
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