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Old May 2nd, 2010, 01:17 PM   #221
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Just some larger renderings of MAD's crazy Beijing 2050 vision i happened to find. Always worth to see again!



holy SH*T..... it's awsome ....
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Lol. Even in 2050 I won't see this going to be reality. Not like this just randomly above existing buildings. Maybe somewhere with factory's and industry beneath it.
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Beating the drum for a city's preservation
26 May 2010
China Daily - Hong Kong Edition



The proposed redevelopment of Gulou has spawned a heated response from scholars

"It is like an antique chair made in the Ming Dynasty, it may look old but it's valuable," He Shuzhong, founder of Beijing Cultural Heritage Protection Center (CHP), a Beijing-based NGO, said of the rapidly vanishing old Beijing at a recent forum on May 23.

The venue for the forum was a restaurant near the New Qianmen Street, which in He's eyes, resembles a poor copy of a precious "Ming Dynasty chair." The street, once home to many teahouses and theaters, symbolized the city's thriving and vibrant neighborhoods. However, the government transformed it into a soulless pseudo-Ming Dynasty commercial street.

The preservation of old Beijing has always been a hot topic amid the city's wide-scale demolition and new construction, but the trigger for the latest wave of debate is the controversial plan to redevelop Gulou, the Drum Tower, one of the few prominent historic landmarks representing the ancient capital that remains.

Gulou, located at the northern end of central axis of the city center in Dongcheng district, was built in 1272. Together with Zhonglou, or the Bell Tower, it is a major tourist attraction as the surrounding hutongs, courtyards, and the residents show a relatively unchanged atmosphere of old Beijing.

In January, however, Yang Yiwen, head of the Dongcheng district government, announced that it planned to restore the area around Gulou and build a "Beijing Time Cultural City."

The proposed 12-hectare "facelift", scheduled to be completed before the end of 2012, proposes a square where public art will be installed to celebrate the time-keeping role of the two towers and an underground complex comprising parking lots, shops and a museum.

The plan immediately provoked a heated response from scholars and netizens.

He Shuzhong is afraid that Gulou will follow the model of Qianmen's redevelopment plan, which he believes is not a successful template for the protection and redevelopment of historic sites.

"We think Qianmen redevelopment is a very bad idea and a bad start. If it is repeated in Gulou, it will only encourage this approach," He was reported as saying by Caing.com.

Hua Xinmin, a long-time activist dedicated to preservation of old Beijing, said Gulou redevelopment, especially the new square, will inevitably result in the demolition of hutongs in the area and the relocation of residents.

"The atmosphere will be gone if the residents and hutongs are no longer there," she told METRO.

There are indeed residents who may want to move, but they should make the decision on their own, rather than being forced to relocate because the hutongs are scheduled to be demolished, He said.

While the public discussion of the issue has intensified, the government and the developer have remained silent.

After the announcement, the Dongcheng government, and the developer, Beijing Oriental Culture Assets Operation Corporation, refused to comment on the issue and the public's concerns. It was not until May 20 that an official of Dongcheng district's office of protection of the historic view, who was not named, defended the government's decision on People.com. cn.

The official said the purpose of the redevelopment plan is to improve the living standards of residents while ensuring the protection of the cultural relics. He said the Beijing Time Cultural City is only a preliminary idea, and it will only be implemented after comprehensive discussion with experts.

But Hua said Gulou is a protected area, and the proposed redevelopment plan will irrevocably destroy the layout of the area, which is not permitted.

"Actually the solution is very simple," she said. "Since the government wants to revive Gulou's time-keeping function, why not just beat the drum and ring the bell on the towers. Why bother to build a new square to remind people of that?" she said.

Yao Yuan, a young scholar of cultural relic preservation, told METRO that European cities such as Venice or Lyon "have been carefully protected and well kept no matter how the city changed, the atmosphere or the texture."

He said they were like museums where you could see the passage of time. "Why can't we do that? " he asked.
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Beijing to Invest 8 Billion Yuan in Park Construction
The Beijing government will launch a park construction project with an investment of nearly 8 billion yuan (1.2 billion U.S. dollars), which will cover 28 locations in the city, the "Beijing News" reports.

The largest of its kind, the project will be finished by the end of next year and be free of charge, according to the Municipal Bureau of Landscape and Forestry.

The 28 parks will cover a total area of 120,000 mu (8,004 hectare) throughout the city's center and suburbs to constitute an urban forest system.
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I love the organic shape in buildings. Here is another example of a hotel in Beijing, near Dengshikou subway station:



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Old July 4th, 2010, 11:21 PM   #226
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Masterplan project by KCAP Architects & Planners (in collaboration with Beijing Institute for Architectural Design). Construction starts in 2010.










Masterplan site plan.
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Large renderings of the CBD Eastward expansion.
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Macalline Red Star, by ADR Engineering and Partners. Building is 200 000m2 large and is not planned to be completed before 2020.









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Old August 8th, 2010, 06:24 PM   #229
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Mainland draws up list of land hoarders
4 August 2010
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China's Ministry of Land and Resources has drawn up a list of up to 1,457 vacant plots of land pending an investigation into hoarding, a mainland newspaper reported.

The list was given to the China Banking Regulatory Commission for risk assessment and Hong Kong-listed developers including New World Development (0017) and China Resources Land (1109) were reported among those alleged to be hoarding, according to the China Securities Journal.

About 80 percent of those plots might be resumed by the government after the investigation, an unnamed person was cited by the Beijing-based paper as saying.

An NWD spokesman admitted three plots of land on the list belong to its subsidiary, New World China Land, but stressed all of them are in the process of development.

``Development is slower than expected, due to difficulties we met during the processes of removal as well as gaining approvals. But all of them will start construction in the short term,'' the spokesman said.

CR Land said it is ``verifying the situations of related projects'' and declined to confirm whether they were involved.

Among the plots listed, a quarter are in Beijing and Guangzhou, as well as in Jiangsu and Hainan, and more than 70 percent are for residential use.

Beijing was the city having the most unused land _ as many as 160 plots with total area of up to 7.03 million square meters.

Thirty-five plots were left vacant for corporate reasons, with an area of 1.48 million sq m and contracted amount of 850 million yuan (HK$974.18 million), the paper said.

Though as much as 80 percent of the hoarded land might be given back to the government, the National Development and Reform Commission's economic research director Wang Xiaoguang said it is hard to ``repossess'' it as local governments do have vested interests.

On the back of the news, shares of mainland developers continued to rise yesterday as sales transactions in more than half of major cities rebounded during the last week of July.

Mainland companies also sped up land purchases.

China Life Insurance's (2628) Zhejiang branch yesterday spent 2.6 billion yuan for a 35,894 sqm commercial site in Hangzhou, according to website Soufun.com.

COFCO Property also spent 978.9 million yuan to buy a residential and commercial site in the city.

Ping An Insurance (2318) spent 613 million yuan to get a 128,000 sq m plot of commercial land in Shenzhen recently.
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Sky-high prices push foreigners to suburbs
10 August 2010
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A small community of expatriates has emerged in Beijing's growing northern suburbs attracted by low rents and spacious apartments.

Among them is Peter Marvian, a 32-year-old English teacher from Canada, who rents an apartment in Huilongguan.

Marvian, who lived in Shangdi, Haidian district, from 2001 to 2004, found that rents were unaffordable when he returned to Beijing after two years in Canada.

"You tell Chinese people you live in Huilongguan and they give you that stare, because, a few years ago, it was considered undeveloped," said Marvian.

In Huilongguan, he was able to rent a three-bedroom, 130-square-meter apartment near the light rail station for his family of three. The ground-floor apartment has a private garden, which he uses for barbecues.

Marvian said he often meets European expats in the area, especially Germans and Norwegians.

Areas like Huilongguan and Tiantongyuan on Beijing's far north side were mostly rural a decade ago. Since the construction of the fifth and sixth ring roads and light rail lines 5 and 13, they have grown into major commuter suburbs that offer an affordable alternative to apartments in the city center.

Standing at the Huilongguan station during the evening rush hour, it's easy to find expats returning home. Three Americans said they moved to the area to find cheaper apartments in modern buildings.

The manager of the Huilongguan branch of the housing agency Woaiwojia, surnamed Hu, said he sees about five foreign customers every week during the summer, and that more than half are foreign students studying in Wudaokou where some universities are situated.

"The price for an apartment with two bedrooms is only half that in Wudaokou," he said.

Hu said the average rent for an 80- to 90-square-meter two-bedroom apartment is 3,000 yuan per month in Huilongguan.

Rents in the Huilongguan area have escalated rapidly in the past two years, especially after the introduction of the new housing policy in March that blocks people from buying more than one home in Beijing. The policy is part of a tough set of restrictions designed to curb speculation and soaring property prices.

The monthly rent for a two-bedroom house in the district jumped to 2,000 yuan in March this year from 1,600 yuan in 2008, said Yang Fan, manager of the Xinzun real estate agency in Huilongguan.

Li Shuying, a worker from the Longyue residential committee, one of 40 such committees in Huilongguan, said six foreign families moved into the area this year. Li said most are professionals aged between 30 and 40.

Phillip Robinson, 43, from England, moved to Beijing in 2003 after marrying a Chinese woman in England. She found an apartment in one of the first buildings to go up in Tiantongyuan that was built in 2001.

"In order to get a sizable apartment at a reasonable price, Tiantongyuan looked good," he said.

"When we first moved here, it was quite a rural area in many respects," Robinson said. "There was a lot of construction going on, so we had to put up with a lot of dust."

Today, Robinson calls Tiantongyuan a thoroughly modern area.

Within a few minutes' walk from his house, he said he can get to a major shopping mall with a Carrefour supermarket, a 10-screen cinema and an ice-skating rink, as well as several large marketplaces and parks.

Robinson said that he knows five American families close to his house. "We go out for walks together. We draw quite a crowd occasionally, with all the little ones running around."
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Old August 19th, 2010, 11:37 AM   #231
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Beijing SOHO III project U/C

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Old August 19th, 2010, 08:14 PM   #232
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China World at the heart of global business district
9 August 2010
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The essence for life, work and entertainment are now combined in a single location - the CBD, where buildings such as the China World Tower take excellence and innovation to new heights

By Jia Bian

Thirty years have passed since China took its first steps back onto the world stage, reforming at home and opening to the international community. Business remained elusive for the pioneers who explored the Chinese market in the early 1980s.

Hindsight sees the tide begin to turn in 1984, when the Chinese government approved the construction of the China World Trade Center in Beijing. The first major commercial project of reform and opening up in the Chinese capital city, China World became the hub of a new phenomenon: the Beijing Central Business District (CBD).

A landmark

As reform and opening progressed, the CBD evolved as the core of China's engagement with international business. The CBD's development has been led by the China World Trade Center, whose stunning 330-meter, 81-storey third phase now commands the Beijing skyline.

With China set to be the focal point of global economic development in the 21st century, the China World Tower is more than an iconic landmark; standing at the very heart of the world's most dynamic economy, it is a destination for global corporations.

At a time when even the most basic business operations were a major challenge, China World offered services and facilities that were unprecedented in the Chinese capital.

When it opened in 1990, the first phase of the China World Trade Center caused a sensation. More than 100 Fortune 500 companies set up shops in the office tower, instantly establishing this area as a center for international business in Beijing.

Combining offices, apartments, an exhibition center, and high-class shopping and dining, this was a city-within-a-city, the first mixed-use commercial complex in Beijing. It was also the first business-oriented development to provide English-language services and train staff in international service standards.

China World not only opened a door for foreign enterprises to enter China; it also gave many locals their first glimpse of the wider world.

When the Wellcome Supermarket opened there in the early 1990s, it was the first time Beijing residents were able to purchase imported foods with local currency. Prior to this, locals had to purchase imported foods with passport in hand and pay with Foreign Exchange Certificates.

China World's shopping mall revolutionized fashion and lifestyle attitudes in Beijing. The very first Sino-foreign joint-venture clothing firm, Ideal Fashion, immediately opened a boutique there, while Kerry Fashion Centre offered a variety of imported brand name clothing and accessories. At a stroke, the China World Mall became the trendiest place to shop in Beijing.
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Where is the SOHO 3 projects gonna stand, close to sanlitun? Opposite of workers stadium?
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Galaxy Soho is being built next to the 2 ring road, near the Chaoyangmen bridge. (South West side of the bridge)
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Galaxy Soho is being built next to the 2 ring road, near the Chaoyangmen bridge. (South West side of the bridge)
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Old August 22nd, 2010, 09:36 AM   #236
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Tradition of innovation continues in latest phase
9 August 2010
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The latest phase of the China World project takes the tradition of excellence, innovation and service to new heights. The China World Tower blends a range of premium facilities into an experience that will redefine the art of business life in Beijing.

Office tenants enjoy more than the prestige of Beijing's tallest building. The Tower is also the hub of a superior transportation network that delivers rapid access to the city's key quarters, train stations and airports. Subway lines 1 and 10 smooth the commute from home to office and connect directly to Financial Street, the Embassy District and the high-tech hotspot of Zhongguancun.

Facilities

The offices themselves are much more than aesthetically pleasing: every inch of space is engineered to drive business productivity. Column-free floor plans maximize the efficient use of space, while a state-of-the-art VAV air-conditioning system employs ultraviolet air purification technology to ensure a healthy environment.

The Tower is hard-wired with intelligent technology and supported by back-up power and telecommunications systems to ensure business never stops.

The essentials for life, work and leisure are combined in a single, superbly accessible location. Besides the Tower's 46 floors of offices, levels 64 to 81 house the China World Summit Wing, a super deluxe hotel with 278 of Beijing's most spacious guestrooms commanding unrivalled views over the city.

Lovers of fine dining will appreciate the inspired menu: from the high-class Cantonese creations of Fook Lam Moon to the authentic Japanese traditions of Nadaman. Exclusive private dining is available in the Chairman's Room and The Peak on Level 79 and 81, with interiors conceptualized by renowned hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany and bespoke menus individually prepared by the Chef de Cuisine.

Beijing's highest bar

With a classic cocktail from one of the world's premier mixologists in hand, guests can take in the breathtaking views from Beijing's highest bar on level 80, and then step down to level 79 for dinner at the premium grill and steakhouse.

One floor lower on level 78 is the city's highest lifestyle sanctuary, featuring a Life Fitness-equipped gymnasium and a 25-metre indoor infinity pool. If working out isn't on the agenda, then total relaxation awaits on level 77 in Chi The Spa, the highest spa retreat in Beijing.

Two floors below ground and four above, the expanded China World Mall is designed by Benoy London and brings a fresh feel to this luxurious shopping haven. From the airy spaces of the stunning, six-storey atrium to the intimate embrace of brand boutiques, shoppers will discover an unrivaled experience of creativity, convenience and diversity.

Twenty years ago, the China World Trade Center set the standard for office buildings and mixed-use developments in Beijing, even in China as a whole. It was the core of Beijing's CBD and has remained the leader in CBD development. China World Tower takes Beijing into a new era.

The Tower is more than a peerless global destination for the world's leading corporations; it is Beijing's gift to the 21st century, inspiring China to inspire the world.
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anybody heared of a new town north east of Beijing north of the capital airport that is called

"Luneng New Town"?

I found an advertisement and it all seems to be in Chinese so not readable for me, but it seems to have quite high skyscrapers.

I put a link though:

http://www.soufun.com/house/2010-08-16/3672759_1.htm
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Old October 25th, 2010, 07:02 AM   #238
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Any recent photoes for Zaha Hadid's Beijing SOHO III project?
Marvelous! For whoever chose this great deign for this great city!
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Beijing City Government Limits Developers' Use Of Presale Proceeds
26 October 2010

SHANGHAI (Dow Jones)--The Beijing municipal government on Tuesday restricted property developers' use of proceeds from the sale of uncompleted homes, adding to measures already taken to cool the city's surging real-estate market.

Developers must put such proceeds into a supervised bank account that will be used for the project's construction to ensure the funds aren't misused, which could delay the project's completion, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Development said in a statement on its website. The move takes effect Dec. 1.

When a developer obtains a presale approval from the government, it must set up an account with a bank that will oversee the use of the presale proceeds, the statement said.

Beijing and some other cities have implemented their own measures to stabilize their housing markets, on top of nationwide moves taken by the central government. In April, the Beijing city government restricted households in the capital to the purchase of only one additional home.

Central government measures have included higher down-payment and mortgage interest rate requirements, a ban on lending for third homes and penalties for developers that hoard land.
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Beijing's vacancy rate of a grade offices falling drastically. They better speed up the new projects or Beijing will suffer a bottleneck in 2-3 years.
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