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Old November 25th, 2012, 02:39 PM   #481
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Water from the south eases Beijing's thirst

BEIJING, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Water supplies began being channelled to arid Beijing from wetter parts of the country for the fourth time on Thursday.

As part of the country's dogged efforts to better allocate water reserves, China is transferring a total of 300 million cubic meters of water from a reservoir located 307 kilometers away from Beijing in north China's Hebei Province.

According to the Office of the South-to-North Water Diversion Project Commission, the water transfer work will wrap up by May 2013. It will mark the fourth water transmission to the country's capital through the middle route of the south-to-north water diversion project since August 2008.

Beijing has received 1.38 billion cubic meters of water over the past four years. The water quality was above level two, which meets daily drinking water standards.

As a new strategic water reserve for the capital, the transferred water has accounted for over half of the total water supply in Beijing's urban areas in daily peak usage hours, statistics show.

The south-to-north water diversion project, including an eastern route, a middle route and a western route, is set to take water from south China's Yangtze River to dry areas in the north.

Construction of the middle route was initiated in 2003.
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Old December 7th, 2012, 11:16 AM   #482
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Beijing IKEA site fire causes no casualties

BEIJING. Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- A fire that broke out in an under-construction IKEA site in Beijing's Daxing District on Friday evening has been controlled, and there are no casualties, the city's fire department has said.

The department said they received an alarm at 7:34 p.m., and 15 fire trucks were dispatched to extinguish the fire immediately.

A worker on the site told Xinhua that some flammable building materials had been stored in the building.

With an investment of at least 3 billion yuan (800 million U.S. dollars), the "Inter IKEA Center" is intended to become the largest IKEA store in the world.

The center, designed to feature food retailers, home furnishing, electronics and entertainment, has a total floor space of 194,000 square meters.

The Swedish IKEA Group, the world's largest home products retailer, has more than 300 stores in 38 countries around the world.

There are three Inter IKEA Centers under construction in China, including the one in Beijing. The other two are in central Hubei Province and Wuxi City in eastern Jiangsu Province.

The center in Beijing was scheduled to open in 2014.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 06:51 PM   #483
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Old January 21st, 2013, 02:40 PM   #485
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 01:29 PM   #486
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 02:58 PM   #487
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Old January 26th, 2013, 08:17 AM   #488
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Beijing to court non-gov't investment for old city restoration

BEIJING, Jan. 25 (Xinhua) -- Beijing will encourage non-government investment in the protection and restoration of the city's historical architecture this year, officials said at the ongoing annual legislative sessions.

Kong Fanzhi, chief of the city's cultural relics bureau, said the bureau is considering whether to allow foreign investment to flow toward protection efforts.

According to the report delivered by the city's development and reform commission at the first session of the 14th Beijing Municipal People's Congress, the legislative body, the city will explore new measures for restoring and developing its traditional urban neighborhoods on the premise that land usage remains the same.

Social investment will be welcomed in the protection of historical architecture, such as the former residences of historic figures, courtyard homes, traditional alleys and streets, to revive the vitality of the old city, said the report.

Repair and restoration work should be based on the original architectural style, said Kong, who is also a member of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the political advisory body.

Individuals and companies may profit from conducting tourism-related businesses and renting spaces as accommodations or venues for cultural and commercial events, he said.

The bureau will jointly establish a detailed program with the city's housing management, construction and planning departments, and select a pilot project to implement, he said.

Beijing is famous for its traditional blocks composed of quadrangle courtyard dwellings, or "siheyuan," and winding alleys, known as "hutong." Many of these architectural features, however, have given way to modern Beijing's hunger for glitzy high-rises and contemporary apartment blocks.

Property developers have demolished historic sites, triggering public calls for better protection for the sites.

In one case, the former home of famed architect Liang Sicheng and his wife, Lin Huiyin, was torn down last year. The developer was later fined and ordered to restore the residence to its original condition.

The temporary residence of late Chinese writer Lu Xun in Beijing's Xicheng District could have met the same fate, but the district government halted demolition work in response to public outcry.

Currently, protection work is solely supported by government funding, which is far from adequate, and the participation of individuals or institutions is expected to expedite the process of restoring and rejuvenating the old city, according to Kong.

Kong said the total area of Beijing's traditional blocks exceeds 20 square kilometers, and for protection purposes, around 400,000 residents will need to be moved out of the area to ease overcrowding.

Figures show that the city invested 1 billion yuan (159 million U.S. dollars) in cultural relics restoration and renovation last year, marking not only the highest such investment to date, but also a notable increase from the 150 million yuan spent annually in previous years.

"Although the government has poured a lot of money into the project, there is still a large funding shortfall," he said.

Xie Chensheng, a drafter of China's Cultural Relics Protection Law, said the law prohibits individual or private enterprise participation in cultural relic sites.

The law stipulates that state-owned cultural relics may not be sold or mortgaged, and state-owned cultural relics protection institutions, including museums and other tourism sites, shall not be operated as commercial assets.

"Social participants should be protective of, not destructive toward, the traditional blocks, such as siheyuan," said Xie.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:06 AM   #490
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Office rents slowing down
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Landlords to offer more incentives to counteract decreasing demand

Office vacancy rates in China will continue to rise in 2013, with rents under pressure after skyrocketing over the past few years, industry experts said.

International real estate service provider CBRE expects new office supply will remain abundant this year, most of it coming from emerging areas.

"Over the next few quarters, rents will be under some pressure - especially for offices located in newly developed areas," said Frank Chen, executive director of CBRE.

Beijing's rent growth of Grade A offices is expected to slow to about 5 percent in 2013, as elevated rent levels have decreased tenants' affordability dramatically over the last three years, real estate service provider Savills said in a report.

Despite limited leasable space in the market, rent growth slowed on the back of weaker demand.

Grade A office rents in Beijing increased by 0.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 to 317.8 yuan ($51) per square meter per month, with annual growth falling to 13.8 percent from 44.2 percent in 2011, the report showed.

"A number of landlords began to offer more rental incentives to combat slowing demand and retain existing tenants, given the current sluggish economy," said Joan Wang, head of research at Savills Beijing.

The demand for office space across China continued to decrease in 2012 due to a sluggish economy, with net absorption falling by more than 40 percent year-on-year, statistics from CBRE showed.

In response to the slowdown of the domestic economy - compounded by a number of uncertainties in the global economy as a whole - many multinational companies suspended their expansion plans in China in 2012.

A number of Chinese companies have also slowed down the pace of their business expansion, which has had a profound impact on the office market.

Office rents slowing down

From a regional perspective, the net take-up in eastern and northern China both shrank by more than 50 percent, CBRE statistics showed.

On the other hand, the market in western China stood out with an 8 percent year-on-year growth in net take-up, thanks to the central government's go-west policies as well as the ongoing development of the local office market.

In terms of supply, numerous offices that had originally been scheduled for completion in 2012 delayed their construction schedules in response to economic uncertainty both in China and abroad. This caused the amount of new supply to decrease by 30 percent year-on-year.

Against a backdrop of significant decrease in demand, vacancy rates increased to 12.8 percent in 2012, making the first rise of 1.1 percentage points year-on-year after three consecutive years of decline.

While rental growth decelerated rapidly in 2012, there was an overall year-on-year growth of 3.6 percent nationwide.

In Beijing, office rental rates experienced double-digit growth for three consecutive years because of tight supply. Among second-tier cities, Wuhan experienced double-digit growth in office rents for two years in a row, the CBRE report showed.

On the investment side, foreign investors and real estate investment trusts are expected to continue to flock to Asia's prime gateway markets this year, according to a recent report by Cushman & Wakefield.

Blackstone Group LP, one of the world's largest private equity firms, for instance, plans to raise an Asia real estate fund soon, a source close to the company told China Daily.

The real estate fund under Blackstone, together with Ting Hisin International Group, purchased an office tower block in Shanghai last year. The total investment was around 2.3 billion yuan ($369 million). The unit price was around 49,000 yuan per sq m.

Capital value and income appreciation have been on the rise thanks to solid property fundamentals since 2009 and are likely to continue along that trajectory as high occupancy and rent upturn continue to support modest capital value in most markets, the report from Cushman & Wakefield showed.

"The yield interest rate spread for core is at an all-time high in most gateway cities in the region: Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Sydney and Melbourne," said John Stinson, executive managing director for capital markets for Cushman & Wakefield, Asia-Pacific.

"With current fundamentals pointing to steady growth until 2014, we anticipate strong investment activity in the first half of 2013 throughout the region's core markets," he added.
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The architecture of these buildings is incredible! Unfortunately Chaowai SOHO is ruined being designed by Beijing building code. The building code that states it must be insular, difficult to walk to, (ie. no sidewalk, car parks, bushes, fences blocking the entrace) store fronts facing inward with blank walls facing outward. Beijing needs more buildings facing outward, with shopfronts on the street, rather than having insular malls.
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What I like about Beijing is its awesome architecture despite it being relatively short. It doesn't try too hard unlike other Chinese cities, but even so, they will add so much more with their new Citic tower!
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What I like about Beijing is its awesome architecture despite it being relatively short. It doesn't try too hard unlike other Chinese cities, but even so, they will add so much more with their new Citic tower!
Beijing is the capital of the PRC, I believe they should do more centralization to the capital and try to force on more supertalls there.
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What's with you and centralization? In the Berlin thread you wanted Germany to be more centralized, too.
Why sacrifice other cities in the country for one great capital? Isn't it nice to have several megacities, each with its own distinctivenesses?
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Beijing is the capital of the PRC, I believe they should do more centralization to the capital and try to force on more supertalls there.
There will not be supertalls near the Forbidden City. Period.
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Construction to start on airport terminal
Updated: 2013-01-31 21:04
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Construction on a terminal of the new airport in Beijing will start in the last quarter of this year, Beijing Daily reported on Jan 31.

The airport, expected to be put into operation in 2018, will eventually become an international air transport hub and a gate for Asia with a capacity to handle 100 million passenger trips a year, according to Beijing's development and reform commission.

Four runways and a terminal will be built in the first phase of the construction, and construction of the terminal will start in the fourth quarter of the year, the report said.

The airport, located in the southern Daxing district and Hebei province, will have seven runways, including one for military use, and will be able to handle 70 million passengers annually by 2025, according to CAAC News, a newspaper affiliated to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

The airport is expected to ease the burden on the Beijing Capital International Airport, the only international airport in Beijing and the world's second busiest, which handled 81.8 million passengers last year.
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What's the maximum passenger capacity of Beijing Capital Airport?
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What's the maximum passenger capacity of Beijing Capital Airport?
80 million annually

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So it already reached max capacity in 2012. Probably faster than they thought.
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