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Old December 7th, 2013, 09:03 PM   #941
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If these are built Shenzhen will look very impressive.
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New ferry terminal in 3 yrs: developer
2013-December-5 08:53
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A NEW ferry terminal at Shekou Port will be completed within three years, according to China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone Co.

A cruise ship center and new terminal will be built in the area of the existing ferry terminal, according to a development plan reported yesterday by Shenzhen Special Zone Daily. Whether the current terminal would be able to remain open during construction of the new facility, or if an interim location would be needed, was unknown.

The existing ferry terminal recently has been criticized as aging and outdated, in sharp contrast to many residents’ excitement about the sparkling, if crowded, new terminal at Shenzhen International Airport.

Shekou’s ferry terminal is more than 30 years old. People have complained about the two-story terminal’s limited space, lack of an escalator, inconvenient links to transportation and insufficient food services.

An unidentified passenger who uses Shekou ferry services frequently said the terminal’s waiting hall is routinely filled to overflowing on weekends. Sometimes it’s hard to find a place to stand and people have to wait in the public square outside the terminal’s entrance, the passenger said.

A Dongguan native surnamed Zhang said he often takes ferries to Hong Kong from the terminal but there is no long-haul bus service there, so each time he returns from Hong Kong he has to take a city bus or Metro train to downtown Shenzhen and then transfer onto a bus to Dongguan.

“It takes a long time and is very inconvenient,” Zhang said, adding that there is only one Western-style restaurant at the ferry terminal.

“The variety is limited and prices are expensive. A plate of fried rice noodles sells for 50 yuan (US$8.20),” Zhang said.

A plan for a new ferry terminal was made and approved in 2007 but no steps have been taken since then, according to recent reports by local Chinese-language media.

Yang Qin, a local lawmaker, said construction of the new terminal should be given priority in the area’s development.

Residents said ferry terminals in surrounding cities, such as Hong Kong and Zhuhai, have kept pace with the times.

The terminal at Jiuzhou Port in Zhuhai, for example, has been renovated several times. Its waiting hall has been enlarged and now includes two slow-moving escalators.

Hong Kong’s central ferry terminal has two escalators and six elevators.

Both of those terminals provide connections to long-haul buses and offer several chain restaurants.
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Old December 14th, 2013, 04:42 PM   #943
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Too bad he missed a couple of projects (Galaxy, Shenzhen Construction, 0301/0302 Plot, Nanyou Twins...)
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Imagine Shenwan Towers, Baishizhou Redevelopment and Future City Project are built. That would be 20 supertalls, 9 thereof 400m+ and 3 thereof 600m+ in a row! And it seems like there arew several additional supertalls we don't have threads, do anyone know more about them? And Tianji International Plaza seems to have a new design with 365m and the second tower of Sum Yip Upper Hills is 397m tall...
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Old December 16th, 2013, 03:13 PM   #946
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Shenzhen to switch to service industry

BEIJING, Dec. 16 (Xinhuanet) -- Economic reform is high on the agenda for China in the coming year. Shenzhen, just north of Hong Kong, is creating a new special economic zone catering to businesses in the service industry. More flexible policies will be applied, especially in finance.

Shenzhen was China’s first special economic zone. Now it is becoming a pilot for the service industry, with the creation of the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hongkong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone. Qianhai-based firms will be given more flexible policies to explore financial reform.

“Qianhai is one of the first areas to allow cross-border loans in Chinese yuan. Qualified enterprises can issue Chinese yuan bonds to Hong Kong investers, or establish mother funds of private equity in Hong Kong. It also supports overseas private equity funds to invest in Qianhai. Cross-border bonds have already exceeded 10 billion yuan.” Wang Jinxia, spokesman for Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Cooperation Zone, said.

The 15-square-kilometer zone is designed to be a huge business district for financial services, logistics, information services and technology services.

Reporter: “Qianhai is built on reclaimed land. The infrastructure construction will be completed by 2015. The government says it’s going to be a center of producer-service industry in the Asia-Pacific region.”

As China’s manufacturing industry flattens out, enterprises are looking for ways to capitalize on services. Qianhai is becoming a popular place for entrepreneurs and more than 2,600 companies have now come here.

“Chinese enterprises must upgrade their business models. We will change from a manufacturing-led economy to a service-led economy. China Merchants Group is now focusing on the service industry; including finance, transportation, and commercial development.” Yang Tianping, general manager of China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone, said.

The value added of the service industry in Shenzhen accounts for 58% of its GDP, 13% higher than the national average. The local government says it is confident the figure will exceed 60% in 2014, with the help of Qianhai cooperation zone.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 09:50 PM   #947
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gmp to design new urban development in Shenzhen, China



Architecture firm von Gerkan, Marg, and Partners won a large commission earlier this week to design a new urban development in Shenzhen, China. The 45-hectare project is part of an economic plan that China developed for the area.

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International competition 2013 – 1st prize
Design: Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz with Nicolas Pomränke
Project Management: Jens Weiler, Martin Gänsicke
Design Team: Clemens Kampermann, George Liang, Johannes Erdmann, Boyan Kolchakov, Cheng Huang, Slava Savova, Amelie Kulassek, Christian Machnacki, Ji Xu, Wei Qin, Zhicong Chen, Jan Deml, Bin Zhou, Thilo Zehme, Niklas Veelken, Jing Xue
Client: Shenzhen Metro Group Ltd.


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"It comprises a transportation hub including five underground railway stations, a border control point and numerous commercial areas. Above ground there will be a range of tower blocks of different heights with apartments, shops and offices to form multi-functional city quarters."



"The new “Qianhai Integrated Transportation Hub” will be intersected by major north-south and east-west transport axes. The development will feature a variety of urban spaces and a structure with a diverse range of buildings.

The tower blocks – with heights ranging between 200 and 280 metres, including one landmark building of 450 metres – form an impressive skyline, and will give this area between the coast and the centre of Shenzhen an unmistakable character."



"While the traffic above ground will consist of bus and taxi transport, as well as pedestrian routes, the major function of the transport hub will be below ground – combining underground lines and local and regional train stations – linking Shenzhen with its neighbouring cities."



"The site is located in the centre of the new urban development area at Qianhai Bay to the east of Shenzhen. It is part of the new special economic area which is being planned by China in the Pearl River Delta. The intention is to create a new type of finance centre that is directly connected to Hong Kong and benefits from special financial and tax rights for trade in Chinese currency."



"In the longer term, the new special economic zone will be part of an incomparably large metropolis linking the already extremely dense agglomeration of Hong Kong/Shenzhen/Guangzhou to form one continuous conurbation."



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Old December 21st, 2013, 11:31 PM   #948
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Good to see the future picture of Qianhai gaining more clarity.
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Old January 17th, 2014, 09:08 AM   #949
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Dapeng planning new Nan’ao Checkpoint
2014-January-17 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

DAPENG New Area in eastern Shenzhen plans to open a new border facility that will be called Nan’ao Checkpoint and has been requested by residents for several years.

No time frames for construction or opening were given, however. The checkpoint will mainly serve tourists and is planned to cover 150,000 square meters.

Four berths will be built for 500-ton high-speed boats, according to plans.

The checkpoint will be designed to handle 1 million trips each year, Shenzhen Evening News reported Wednesday.

“Opening the checkpoint will significantly shorten the travel time between Dapeng and Hong Kong,” said Zeng Guozhong, director of Dapeng’s economic services bureau. Zeng added that Hong Kong residents will be able to take a boat from Sai Kung to Nan’ao, which will take less than one hour.

The checkpoint also will provide a new channel for overseas tourists visiting Dapeng Peninsula, facilitating Dapeng’s drive to become a world-class coastal holiday resort.
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Old January 17th, 2014, 09:26 AM   #950
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SZ sees record income from land sales
2014-January-15 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

SHENZHEN generated a record 46.7 billion yuan (US$7.7 billion) in income from land sales in 2013, more than triple the city’s land sales in 2012, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.

Data from Centaline Property showed that plots totaling 1.575 square kilometers were publicly transacted in the city in 2013, generating sales income that equaled the total income from land sales over the previous three years.

Nanshan District saw 21 land deals last year, more than any other district in the city, involving plots that totaled 0.69 square kilometers and accounted for 43 percent of the city’s total land sales.

Bao’an District followed with deals involving a total of 0.41 square kilometers, accounting for 25 percent of the city’s total. Land deals in Longgang District involved 0.37 square kilometers and accounted for 23 percent of the city’s total.

Land transactions for industrial purposes took up the biggest share of Shenzhen land deals in 2013. A total of 1.18 square kilometers was transacted for industrial development, accounting for 74 percent of the total land deals and growing 6.5 percent from 2012. Commercial land accounted for 15 percent of total land transactions last year, an 11-percent increase from 2012.

The Qianhai area adjacent to Nanshan boasted the largest transaction volume for plots designated for commercial use. Five plots totaling 0.19 square kilometers accounted for less than 12 percent of the total area transacted in 2013, but for 58 percent of the city’s total land revenue. Land prices in Qianhai averaged 18,373 yuan per square meter, more than double the average of 7,502 yuan per square meter elsewhere in the city.

The average price of land in Shenzhen last year surged 169 percent from 2012. Centaline analysts said the continuously rising land prices in the city will continue to push up property prices.
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American developer in Shenzhen zone win
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A US developer with a mainland partner outbid several Hong Kong and mainland companies to win a site in Shenzhen's pilot Qianhai economic zone.

Silverstein Properties, the developer of the new World Trade Center in New York, and Qianhai International Energy Financial Center are paying 13.4 billion yuan (HK$17.17 billion) for the site.

The US firm, the first foreign developer into Qianhai, beat four consortiums including one led by Chow Tai Fook Jewellery (1929) and another by Gemdale Properties (0535) in the fifth zone site auction since July.

The plot has a planned gross floor area of 477,000 square meters. Of that, 64 percent will go for offices and the rest for commercial properties in a development expected to be pitched as a home for international financial institutions.
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SHENZHEN TO GET WORLD’S LARGEST FERRIS WHEEL

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Bad News! I hate ferris wheels, they are childish and ugly. Hopefully this will be far away from the main skylines.
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Master architect: SZ designers are fortunate
3 April 2014
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FRENCH architect Denis Laming said Shenzhen’s designers have very good opportunities because Shenzhen is a young city in constant development.

“Shenzhen’s architects are very fortunate, with vast spaces and areas in need of design and construction, which is an advantage over architects in other places of the world,” Laming said during a visit to the city’s creative industry in March.

“Changes are constantly taking place in the city towards more futuristic development. The city is like a museum of modern architecture, with some exhibits good and others needing improvement,” he said.

He said a building with good design could resonanate among its visitors, make people attracted to it and inspire willingness for closer experiences. Good architecture will not be outdated, though people may eventually tear them down.

Now an established architect with a worldwide reputation, Laming achieved great fame at a young age with his design of Futuroscope, a flagship theme park in France. He said a good architect, like any other artist, should be inspired at a young age, only 5 or 6 years old, and have constant nurturing in the field.

“To become a good architect is to become a good artist. Current architects may be required to earn degrees or have a lot of professional certificates, but certificates don’t make good architects,” Laming said. “Contemporary architects need to have good technical knowledge of construction, which can be acquired through education, but artistic skills are not something that can be learned.”

While modern architecture focuses on diversified expression, architects are often at the crossroads of traditional construction style and modern design.

Laming said traditional architecture, being closely related to lifestyle in past times, is not represented through a single architectural element, such as an overhanging eave, but should be integrated into a traditional lifestyle.

“Architecture is building spaces for our lives. Lifestyle matters a lot with appropriate expression in modern architecture design,” Laming said. “Preserving traditional architecture is the greatest respect for traditions, and new architecture should be bold and forward-looking.”

Laming will collaborate with a Shenzhen company to renovate an aging industrial facility in Shekou, Nanshan District, into an innovative cultural complex.
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Where exactly would that be?
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Xinzhou River fails standards after expensive cleanup
2014-April-22 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

AFTER a 219-million-yuan (US$35 million) cleanup effort, completed in 2010 as part of a major civic improvement program in advance of the 2011 Universiade Games, Xinzhou River still fails to meet national water quality standards.

A recent audit revealed that a project contractor inflated the cost of gas pipeline relocation, declaring a cost of 2.1 million yuan. Auditors reduced that sum to 1.28 million yuan. Also, due to poor management about 2.7 km of electricity cable laid by the contractor was unusable. That delivered a loss of 370,000 yuan.

The city undertook treatment of the heavily polluted Xinzhou River in 2008. The overall project included greening of river banks, landscaping and water supply and waste water interception.

Shenzhen Municipal Water Resources Bureau admitted that total nitrogen and phosphorus failed to reach the Level V standards, even though the water quality in general was substantially improved.

The project did successfully construct a diversion conduit which prevents sewage water from flowing into the river, while also using recycled water discharged from Binhe Sewage Plant to replenish the river.

“The river flow is decided by seasonal rainfall and the quality of recycled water is inferior to the Level V standards. That is the reason the river’s water quality fails to reach the V level,” the water resources bureau stated.

Experts expect the problem to be resolved in the future with the development of a major treatment plant for sewage water and wetlands.
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2nd expo center in the works
2014-April-18 08:53
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SHENZHEN will develop a second convention and exhibition center situated north of the airport in a new area contiguous Fuyong, Shajing and Songgang subdistricts in Bao’an District, according to a Thursday report by Shenzhen Economic Daily.

A land parcel of 940,000 square meters is now set aside for the construction of the facility complex. The indoor exhibition and meeting space will range between 300,000 and 400,000 square meters, based on to-be-determined development parameters. The overall plan was submitted to the city government for review and approval. Based on three alternative plans, the total development will take three, five and 20 years to complete, respectively.



Shenzhen’s existing convention and exhibition center, located in central Futian District, spans an area of 105,000 square meters. In recent years many in government and out have voiced the opinion that the complex is too small to meet demand.

That argument was further fueled when the organization committee of the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) decided to stop holding the annual event in Shenzhen. The reason given was the limited space. On average the center is used by 104 conventions and expos each year. Its exhibition area ranks fourth in China, following Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou, the paper said.

The center hosted seven exhibitions in 2012, each requiring an area of more than 100,000 square meters.

This year’s CMEE, which kicked off Thursday, covers an exhibition area of 130,000 square meters. Some booths were installed on the square outside the center.

Shenzhen’s economy, trade and information commission predicted that in the next three years 10 exhibitions will each call for a total space of about 150,000 square meters. The largest may reach 300,000 square meters.

It’s rumored that Shenzhen will convert its two discarded airport terminals into exhibition facilities, but this was denied by government officials.
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