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Old August 5th, 2008, 09:06 PM   #561
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I love to be wrong sometimes.
What is the status of this project?
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Old August 5th, 2008, 09:12 PM   #562
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http://www.jingan.gov.cn/zfxxgk/jgjs...225_593158.htm
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ô静安区40、46号街坊(大中里地块)详细规划ö意见征询

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Old August 5th, 2008, 10:03 PM   #563
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To zOrg: Thanks, I just know North Sichuan Road is booming now but less exposed compared to Pudong and Jingan projects... (staff has some really nice photos for that, also)

To staff: I really like the old buildings in your photo. Actually it would be GREAT if they can be renewed like Xintiandi....
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Thanks. Do you know any other major projects in the pipeline for Shanghai right now? Seems like nobody knew about this project except for you.

We appreciate any info whatsoever!
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Old August 5th, 2008, 10:37 PM   #565
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Just have to say thanks to Staff for providing us with stunning updates in fantastic quality, keep it going this way staff!

And a really nice find wwwdbwww, share everything you know!
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Old August 6th, 2008, 12:29 AM   #566
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There are two massive projects in Shanghai: Hongqiao transportation hub and Shanghai Expo 2010.
Here I past several pictures for each project.

Hongqiao Transportation Hub design:


current state:

birdeye:





Shanghai Expo 2010:
design:

Current state:





of course, these projects are well-known. Fortunately they are progressing normally.

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Old August 6th, 2008, 12:30 AM   #567
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sorry, I posted it for twice by mistake...
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Old August 6th, 2008, 12:51 AM   #568
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Oh god no! Destroying European style houses to build Chinese ones? It's clearly the end of the world!

Nevermind, haha.
So you're saying that the new skyscrapers are in "Chinese" style? The old buildings look better and got more character than those huge walls of glass claiming to be "ultramodern."
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Old August 6th, 2008, 01:09 AM   #569
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Are we seriously going to have the "why doesn't China preserve more of the old crappy, sewerless, third-world standard buildings - simply to keep themselves poor so that we in the West can enjoy "old China" while still being superior"-discussion for the 836th time on these forums?

Tons of areas of old Shikumens around all of Shanghai are being preserved and refurbished where it is possible. In most cases the buildings are way too damaged or crappy to even begin to preserve, and in those places they are torn down and new, modern copies are built.
Although, Shanghai is a city of more than 25 million people and is growing with more than a million per year, thus keeping vast areas of low density buildings at a high cost (it costs huge amounts to modernize (let alone rebuild) these houses for such a small amount of people living there) is not viable.
High density highrise development is the way it is going to be in these dense cities.

Every month or so there are new forumers questioning the Chinese buildings, methods, culture, morale, politics etc. in threads where it doesn't belong, so next time just do a search and I'm sure you will find an answer to all possible questions you may have. This thread is about new projects and developments in Shanghai.
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wwwdbwww,

Thanks. No news there, but a refreshing update. Hongqiao Transportation hub really is a mega project, and it is good to see that it is moving forward smoothly.
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And, its current progress:

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Awesome!!
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The rendering for the 618 Xujiahui Lu project;

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And the latest update;

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Old August 6th, 2008, 03:17 PM   #574
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Er, where's that exactly? I don't know that area very well. Don't tell me it's the long awaited Xujiahui Center project...
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Haha, no it is not close to Xujiahui. In fact, it is pretty far from any other tall buildings except for the Golden Magnolia Plaza across the street.

Check the location here.


How tall do you think the building is, z0rg? The developer is 上海鼎荣房地产开发有限公司, and the address of the plot is 徐家汇路618号, see if you can find something.
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Good then. Around 33 floors plus roof structure. Seems pretty fat for a 150m~ tower, what is good to me Nice find!
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It does look really massive for its height. It also looks taller than 150m in the rendering imo.
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Project at Xinzhuang subway station, 180m~.




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Old August 6th, 2008, 04:50 PM   #579
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New height for Xujiahui Center, 340m...

徐家汇中心的最新消息,还是340米啊!!

家汇中心年内开建 340米刷新“浦西第一高楼”http://office.sh.soufun.com 房地产门户-搜房网 2008-8-6 15:42:00 时代报 摘要:
搁置了13年之久的徐家汇中心项目有望今年开建。该项目位于徐家汇西侧,占地面积约13.2公顷,规划建设两幢高低相错的大厦,其中一幢340米,刷新浦西第一高楼的纪录,与环球金融中心“遥相呼应”。据透露,该项目初期建设成本高达200亿元人民币,成为徐汇区二次开发的重点规划项目。

记者昨天在该项目规划蓝图上看到,两座高楼外形呈透明状,一高一低各领风骚,其中“高个子”大厦好似勇士利剑直指蓝天,而另一幢大厦犹如细腰美女柔软婀娜。“该建筑群的构思凝聚了多方专家的智慧,整体建筑风格充满现代感又凸现了上海特有的城市景观。”上海城开集团总经理倪建达表示,考虑到周边居民楼的光照需求,两幢建筑的高度特意“错开”,让阳光通过两座高楼之间的间隙照射到周边小区。据悉,徐家汇中心项目最初设计方案为3幢摩天高楼,后经多次修改,最终敲定为2幢。

按照规划,该项目分为办公、五星级酒店、公寓式酒店、商业、文化娱乐五种功能形态。与港汇广场一样,“徐家汇中心”将采取商业项目先期开发的模式,一期开发项目包括大型高档商场和高级办公大楼。徐汇区政府有关人士介绍,根据规划,该项目的地下商场将与11号线站厅实现无缝敞开式连接,并连通9号线,创造全新的地下商业购物体验。

为缓解徐家汇区域停车难的局面,该项目将在核心地块筹建不少于2000个车位的地下停车空间,总地块将提供不少于2500个车位的地下停车空间。据透露,徐汇区政府已将该项目列入今年下半年重点推荐项目,目前相关的动迁工作正在进行,如果一切顺利,年内将进行基础施工,2010年世博会后将全部建成。

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Er, where's that exactly? I don't know that area very well. Don't tell me it's the long awaited Xujiahui Center project...
The name of the area is Da Pu Qiao (打浦桥. Quite a bit away from the site of the elusive XuJiaHui Center.
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