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Old May 9th, 2010, 09:16 PM   #261
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Chengdu is going crazy it seems. I'm not opening a thread for these projects because I can't find sources, so probably they are mid-long term projects that wont be started till 2011 at least. Most renders were posted by 逆光, the moderator of bbs.upcd.org

Moi City, 79 floors. Likely around 290-330m.


Icon Tower, around 48 floors.


Palm Springs, 200m


A new phase to for Paul Andreu's administrative campus (that was privatised soon after completion to get funds for Sichuan reconstruction works). 2x50 floors.








Rennan International Plaza, 201m


A project by Vantone Group. 3x180m~


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Keqiao Water City in Shaoxing, masterplan by KCAP Architects & Planners.






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Old July 17th, 2010, 07:01 PM   #264
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Jinan 300m project (济南普利广场)









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Old July 23rd, 2010, 07:37 AM   #265
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Another Nanning project (hopefully this wasn't posted already)

南宁龙光喜来登 - Nanning Logan Xilaideng

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2010年7月8日上午10点,新政后的首场土地拍卖会在南宁市国土资源局土地交易中心举行,此次推出位于凤岭南中国—东盟商务区GC2010-017地块与位于竹溪大道东面GJ2010-01地块,共计43.591亩。

  上午11时,位于凤岭南中国—东盟商务区GC2010-017地块成功拍出,由广西龙光地产拍得。该地块34.003亩,起拍价为人民币1150万元/亩,成交价为人民币1730万元/亩,成交总价为59165.0982万元人民币,楼面地价为4718元/平方米

  来自广东汕头的房地产“大鳄”龙光地产以志在必得之势,与另一福建名企盛天集团竞拍至最后一轮,历经一小时的抢拍之后一锤定音,在东盟商务区最后一块拍卖土地上插上了“胜利的红旗”。由于龙光地产早前已经与喜达屋集团成功合作了汕头的喜来登酒店,有成功联姻经验在先,龙光地产此次也确定将在所拍获的东盟商务区土地上兴建的超高层商务综合体中引入喜来登超五星级酒店。消息一出,业界莫不欢欣鼓舞。因为,喜来登进驻,将意味着南宁东盟商务区进入国际级商务 “顶贵”时代。

  本期记者走访若干开发商,试图描述还原出有关此次土地拍卖引发的楼市各方反应。

  

  一问地价:新政出台后,南宁首拍土地高价,这样的价格是否理性?

  

  由以上新闻回顾可知,本次拍卖34亩地块起拍价为人民币1150万元/亩,成交价达到1730万元/亩,溢价超过50%,并且在参加拍卖前,企业须交纳 8000万元的土地保证金及1亿元五星级酒店履约金。尽管当前市场冷淡,并且拍卖门槛很高,仍有几家开发商参与了竞拍,并展开将近一小时的激烈争夺。在当前新政影响,全国房地产价格呈下降形势之时,这么高价的土地仍然受企业追捧,这样的拿地行为是否理性?记者采访拍获土地赢家龙光地产南宁房地产开发公司总经理张琪,得到了肯定的答案。

  “贵面粉制作贵面包很正常。这是东盟商务区的绝版土地,本身具备稀缺性,而且由此区域的国际化商务区定位决定了这个地段的发展潜力无穷。另外,目前全国房地产价格下跌主要是住宅市场波动较大,此次拿的土地是顶级商务定位,因此不受此影响。再加上我们公司对于产品定位研发作过估算,有信心开发一个地标性的顶级商务物业,所以认定这个地价在承受范围之内,可以说是志在必得。”张琪说道。

  而据记者所知,龙光地产早在半年前即在全南宁范围内物色兴建喜来登酒店的地点,从五象新区、五象广场到最终定位东盟商务区,该公司早在拍卖前几月即派前期部门对土地进行评估设计,此次拍卖确是胸有成竹,有备而来。

  

  二问价值:龙光为何势在必得?

  

  拍卖结束后,与龙光地产此轮竞争拍卖直至最后一轮的最强劲对手——盛天集团对媒体诉说了最终放弃的原因:“考虑到盛天在南宁东部城区已经有多个项目,本身在东盟商务区也已经有盛天茗城、盛天华府两大项目,从拿地意义上而言,龙光地产比我们拿到这块土地的意义更为重大。因为他们之前在南宁尚未涉及高端房地产,目前也仅在江南和西乡塘区有项目,这次拿地成功不仅意味着龙光在南宁要做最顶端的商务产品,更意味着他们从江南向东盟商务区这个城市地产主战场的战略转移,所以应该说他们拿地的决心比我们大。”

  纵观龙光地产所属龙光集团在广西布局,自2006年进入广西以来,其投资行业、比重不断增大,主要项目有广贺高速公路贺州段、广西梧州至贵港高速公路,南宁普罗旺斯项目,南宁水悦龙湾项目、防城港阳光海岸项目以及即将投入的酒店项目等,各项目都取得了非凡的成就,截止到2010年,龙光集团在广西的总投入已达300亿元,其中龙光地产仅南宁土地投资额已经接近30亿元。此次竞拍东盟商务区绝版土地进军顶级酒店业,更是说明龙光地产在广西发展进入了更高层面。

  

  三问未来:是什么让这块土地如此被期待?

  

  除了在战略布局方面,新拍土地对于企业存在深远影响,更能服众的说法即此次竞拍土地本身所具有的铂金价值。“未来的东盟商务区高楼林立,商业繁华,提到南宁就会先提到东盟商务区,其商务中心的地位相当或甚至超越于广州的珠江新城。”业内人士普遍认同这一说法。因为,在龙光喜来登酒店项目确定之后,“5 岁”的东盟商务区商务轮廓正渐次清晰。据不完全统计,未来在东盟国际商务区内适宜办公的商务物业总量将超过100万平方米。目前已经确定150米的南宁华润大厦、200米以上的中国·东盟国际商贸物流中心、金融交易中心办公大楼,220米以上的喜来登大酒店,再到500米的天龙·财富中心,目前在东盟商务区周边已经明确建设5座超高层。据消息人士透露,位于华润万象城边上的九洲天龙项目也在计划建设超高层,未来的东盟商务区将成为南宁摩天大楼聚集群。

  龙光地产刚拿下土地是将要兴建的超高层综合体,按规划将超出南宁地王大厦276米的高度,预计超过300米高。建成后的喜来登酒店,将有一个宏伟通透的空中全景式大堂,让所有宾客从大堂即可俯瞰南宁绿城风光。世界500强企业喜达屋是全球拥有最多高端酒店品牌的酒店集团之一,旗下酒店多以高档豪华著称。喜来登酒店,是喜达屋集团最早进入中国市场的品牌,也是喜达屋旗下历史最悠久的,最大,分布最多的酒店品牌。

  龙光集团副总裁肖林伟表示,通过在南宁投资房地产的成功经验,对南宁的市场和将来的发展很有信心,对南宁市发展成为区域性国际化城市的前景非常看好。而随着喜来登超五星酒店入驻东盟商务区,这一区域的商务航程将直接迈进“顶贵”阶层,东盟商务区之“贵”气,更为凸显。

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Notice on the picture from the article here. The Nanning Logan Xilaideng (喜来登大酒店) will be above 220m , Also this tower will be near Tianlong (500m).
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Old July 30th, 2010, 09:50 PM   #266
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Datong Twin Towers

Plasma Studio’s newest project in China, a bold angular set of towers, speaks to the firm’s geometric obsession. The project
was recently awarded first prize in an invited competition in Datong, Shanxi province. The mix-use complex, measuring of 70,000 m2,
will include a hotel in one tower and offices in the other. Running along a highly trafficked street, the towers create a
strong presence along the streetscape and are pulled away just enough from the site’s edge to provide places for pedestrians
and greenery.

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Neil Denari’s Kite City
http://www.evolo.us/architecture/nei...ris-kite-city/

Neil Denari explains his urban project for Weifang, China:

“Weifang is a special city in China. Not only is it well known for the history of its handicrafts such as paper–cutting and New Year’s paintings, it is the world’s most important city for kite flying and the history of kites. For more than 2,000 years, the people of Weifang have enjoyed the exhilaration of seeing these colorful objects flying in the brisk winds of the Shandong region in Northern China. For this project, located on the Bailang River in the heart of Weifang, we have been inspired by a poem by Zheng Banqiao in which he described kites as “Paper flowers that fly over the sky like snow.” Indeed, the color and lightness of the kite, it buoyant qualities, and its formal qualities have further inspired our work. The Bailang river has become over the last few years a vital place for the interaction of people and a true public space enhancement for Wiefang. We see our project along the river as furthering this public cause through an open, networked organization that allows both pedestrian and vehicular flows across the site. Beyond, the river and mountains are reflected in the light blues and greens of the buildings, lending a fresh air to the site, a place that is welcoming and open. The arrangement of the buildings is based on the traditional north-south orientation of units (as required per the brief). Each residential building has floor through apartments with only four units per floor. With strategic planning, we have deployed a large amount of mass on the site in a way that respects light, views, and social space. It is our hope that this site will foster new forms of urban experience for Weifang.”







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Old November 5th, 2010, 09:40 AM   #270
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Kunming touts projects worth 26.9b yuan
3 November 2010
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Kunming is hoping to woo cashed-up Hong Kong developers to participate in what the city government forecasts will be 26.9 billion yuan (HK$31.1 billion) worth of property projects along the city's proposed 162-kilometre metro system.

In a presentation on Thursday, Kunming vice-mayor He Bo said there would be 10 property projects along the rapid rail transit system now under construction, and the city was seeking interested investors in Hong Kong.

The projects visualised by the government comprise commercial, office, and residential and serviced apartments, as well as hotels.

Kunming, in southwestern China, is the capital city of Yunnan province. It is building six underground railway lines in a bid to improve accessibility. Lines 1, 2, and 6 are scheduled to be completed and operating by the end of 2012, followed by Line 3 in 2014, and Lines 4 and 5, which are due to open in 2018.

One of the major projects at the intersection of three of the lines will include a 456-metre-high skyscraper - "the city's future landmark in the core business district", He said.

Apart from the skyscraper project, Kunming also hopes to invite investors to participate in a 25 billion yuan redevelopment of the 8.73 square kilometre Chao Hai district in the southwestern part of the city. The area will be developed into an "eco-city", surrounded by a lake.

Asked if the central government's austerity measures had affected investment sentiment, He said Kunming property prices remained low when compared to other cities. Average property prices in the city centre have risen less than 10 per cent over the past year to about 10,000 yuan per square metre.

In order to support the central government's attempt to provide more affordable housing, the Kunming municipal government would increase the supply of low-cost housing to meet demand, he said. Responding to the mayor's open invitation to potential investors, a developer who asked not to be named, expressed misgivings about participating in property projects in Kunming. "The city's real estate development still lags behind other second- to third-tier cities like Chongqing where the property market is growing rapidly," he said. In its favour, however, was its status as a holiday destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.

Mayor He, however, believed land value would have a greater upside potential when the metro system was completed. "The Kunming [property market] will present a big surprise to investors over the next three to five years," he said.

He said he had visited many property developments associated with Hong Kong's MTR Corp to learn how to manage housing projects allied to underground railway services.

Kunming, with a population of seven million, achieved a regional gross domestic product of 91.09 billion yuan, with growth of 15.4 per cent in the first half of the year, according to city government statistics. Fixed-asset investment was up 36 per cent on last year at 76.49 billion yuan.
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New Chengdu City Centre
http://www.archdaily.com/88195/new-c...y-center-rtkl/

Signaling the growing influence of China’s inland cities, global architecture, engineering and urban design practice RTKL, announced the groundbreaking of the first
phase of Pearl River New Town, an 80-acre district in Chengdu that will form the heart of the city’s westward growth and modernization. More images and
architect’s description after the break.

Located in the Wenjiang District along the banks of the Jiang’an River, the entire site is conceived as a fabric woven together by public streets, pedestrian paths,
and bridge connections. The inspiration for the design came from Chengdu’s history as a leading center for the production of brocade cloth. The fabric design,
with its flowing lines and rich colors, is a metaphor for the architecture: a place that weaves together a variety of uses and experiences, and a mix of old and
new.

The centerpiece of the plan is a 110,000 SM, four-level shopping mall, which will be anchored by an It department store. The mall will be open and airy, with
generous natural light, a central court, and green roof that will connect to a 35-story Class A office tower.

Outside, a number of plazas and landscaped areas will offer gathering places and retail activity on the street. Of particular note is the pedestrian-friendly “Silk
Walk,” a lifestyle environment lined with restaurants and shops. This experience will have the character of a traditional Chinese city, full of activity and life.

“With the groundbreaking of this district comes the beginning of a new city center, and a new standard for international quality urban development in Chengdu,”
said Thomas Brink AIA, LEED AP, vice president of RTKL.

In order to give the area a distinctive and memorable character, a comprehensive brand identity will be integrated into all aspects of the environment. The built
environment is interwoven into the site in a way that celebrates the city’s vibrant cultural heritage and its diverse mix of modern day lifestyles. This experience
creates an interconnected community grounded in tradition but poised for a dynamic and exciting future.

RTKL is overseeing the master planning, architecture, branding and landscape architecture for the project.

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The 450m Greenland Tower in Nanjing has been renamed "Zifeng Tower" I went today to its 72nd floor observation deck. Photos will come soon that will prove the name change...
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SOM to Redevelop Nanjing Waterfront into Sustainable Mini Metropolis
http://inhabitat.com/som-wins-chance...ni-metropolis/
http://www.archdaily.com/176583/soms...redevelopment/

Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill architects have certainly made their mark in the U.S. with their breathtaking World Trade Center Tower, and their next project will take their innovative designs all the way across the world to China. The firm has just been selected by Beijing-based MCC Real Estate to redevelop the Nanjing Waterfront into a bustling riverside metropolis. The project will transform a mile and a half long stretch of land along the Yangtze River, updating a historical city into one of the most multi-functional and sustainable urban centers in the country.

The massive redevelopment plan will create modern residential neighborhoods, shopping districts, and corporate skyscrapers to inject new commerce and tourism to the area. Old power plants and railway buildings will be renovated into fashion houses and restaurants, while the South Slip area warehouses will become mixed-use lofts and boutique hotels.

The intense overhaul is split into a number of phases. Phase one will focus on the Dama Road area, carving out bike trails, walkways, streets, and public plazas next to the water. This area is planned to become a bustling urban center complete with nightlife, galleries, and shopping. The enormous skyscrapers will not only bring new business to the waterfront, but will also contribute to local tourism with unique ‘cloud walk’ sky bridge that connect the towers together far above the streets.

SOM’s unique design combines the historic culture of Nanjing with the modern advances of China’s booming economy. The firm has also paid special attention to the crucial centerpiece of this redevelopment — water. The newly designed neighborhoods will revolve around water and will feature filtration systems, renewable energy sources, rich new habitats, and of course, public fountains and ponds for visitors to enjoy. We will certainly keep an eye on this project as it develops into a new and exciting venture.


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China-Taiwan Master Plan for CBD
http://www.archdaily.com/185417/chin...cbd-10-design/

10 Design architects has recently been awarded a 93 ha Masterplan for a CBD in Pingtan, a New Cross-Strait District
for China and It’s Trading Partner, Taiwan. Pingtan is planned as a new commercial hub to drive communication and
commercial trade between China and Taiwan. Part of the competition included the design of a new Cross Straits Forum
including theatre, convention, exhibition and auxiliary commercial and cultural facilities.

At the center of the CBD and Forum district is a newly created fresh water lake that conserves fresh water from run
off through the urban grain. The masterplan caters for some 3.3 million sqm of urban development, while the Cross
Straits Forum would be in the first phase of development.

To reflect the aspiration of transparency and dialogue the buildings are formed by converging elements that combine
with the landscape and waterfront to create a fluid and open series of public spaces that meld into the buildings
themselves.

Service traffic, roads and trams are integrated into a series of terraced landscape levels to minimize impact of car
traffic on pedestrian circulation routes and to create free access from the central axial park canal through the lake
towards the waterfront through a series of leisure and retail lined canals.













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Chongqing Chaotianmen
Chongqing, China,
Located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jailing rivers, the site for this mixed-use project is imbued with a significance that is immediately symbolic. The foremost of Chongqing’s traditional city gates (the Chaotian Gate, or “gate to heaven”), where emperors carried out the ceremonies of diplomatic greeting, it has long been a historical landmark. As the city’s initial dock area on the Yangtze, it also represents the great tradition of the shipping highway, which has stoked this major inland city’s development and now drives its evolution as one of China’s most important modern cities. The design for the project to be situated at this gateway is generated by the image of powerful sails upon the water. The outer facades of the project’s six towers—the transparent surfaces that will face the water to the north—are meant to recall a fleet of ancient Chinese ships, with their huge rectangles of white canvas filled by the wind. This image is recognizable in its simplicity, yet iconic in its form. In addition to serving as an outward-facing gateway symbol, the project also has a strong presence in forming the apex of the city’s peninsula. The south-facing facades—the inside of the arc of towers—look back to the city in a gently embracing way, covered by green hanging gardens that meet the ground at a podium roof level that is itself a green amphitheater “park” of gardens, pools, and public circulation. This park area gently rises to the north, framing views to the water between the towers—which will house residences, offices, and a hotel—and maximizing views of the project itself from the city. Underneath the park level, the podium consists of five levels of public program, including retail and cultural facilities, as well as hubs for land and water transportation. The two central outer towers, directly facing the rivers’ convergence to the north, are the project’s tallest structures (348 meters above flood plain; 77 floors each), with the central axis of the project proceeding back from between them, toward the city. Tucked immediately within the two tallest towers, extending the arc, are four shorter towers (each with 62 floors), across which runs an exterior, connecting garden that hovers 248 meters in the air. In addition to linking these four towers—two of which are office space (and actually “twin” stepped segments of the two larger, central towers), and two of which are residential—the garden echoes the amphitheater park far below and creates a dramatic viewing platform that optimizes this site’s unique views back to the rest of Chongqing. Within the garden level’s hull is a full floor of hotel lobby, restaurants, and clubs. Above are gardens and pools. The remaining two (freestanding) towers, which complete the prow-like arc of six, are residential, each 57 floors tall, making for a project total of 302,000 square meters of prime living units.
Project Type: Mixed Use
Client: CapitaLand Ltd / CapitaMalls Asia Ltd / Singbridge Holdings Pte. Ltd.
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Who's your daddy zorg?
Chongqing is back!
8 towers 2 350m , 4 250m, 2 220m
By capital land
Design by Moshe , that's why there is a huge deck there.
It's official today.
And it's the final design
http://www.msafdie.com/projects/chon...usedevelopment
Check more info in capital land web
There's more picture
Could you be a dear post them all? I'm using iPhone posting this , it's not easy


After all these years of waiting. We get a pleasant result. It's pure super tall prono
Most importantly. Its final design

Im so happy that I could die for this
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