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Old November 28th, 2009, 12:46 AM   #1261
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Wow, looks great!
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Old November 28th, 2009, 06:28 AM   #1262
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Old November 28th, 2009, 01:32 PM   #1263
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Another proposal for Century Metropolis project. Is it final?
http://www.benoy.com.hk/sim/projects...projectID=1173






More renders here. 2x40 floors. Developed by Sun Hung Kai.
http://www.benoy.com/html/projects_b...hai&startAt=1#
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Old November 28th, 2009, 01:44 PM   #1264
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More about Jing'an Kerry. By KPF
http://www.benoy.com/siteadmin/downl...6_download.pdf
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Old November 28th, 2009, 04:00 PM   #1265
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Shimao project in Songjiang. 2x200m~, 52 floors. Don't expect too much from this, Shimao is a big liar. Pics by jiadream.




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Old November 28th, 2009, 06:23 PM   #1266
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Vĉldi bra arbe', trondhjĉmsmajnn!

Nice work, throndheimr
It's nice to finally have this updated! This part of Lujiazui is really filling up now...

PS: That park must be THE most valuable park in the world....couldn't they just build some 'scrapers with a park on the roof? Move the whole park upwards some 2-300 meters or so

PPS: Is it just me or is that Century Metropolis render hopelessly heavily inspired by one of the renders of SWFC? It even has the fireworks at the side and everything...

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Old November 28th, 2009, 07:00 PM   #1267
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Old November 30th, 2009, 03:23 PM   #1268
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Maggern2k View Post
Vĉldi bra arbe', trondhjĉmsmajnn!

Nice work, throndheimr
It's nice to finally have this updated! This part of Lujiazui is really filling up now...

PS: That park must be THE most valuable park in the world....couldn't they just build some 'scrapers with a park on the roof? Move the whole park upwards some 2-300 meters or so

PPS: Is it just me or is that Century Metropolis render hopelessly heavily inspired by one of the renders of SWFC? It even has the fireworks at the side and everything...
takktakk, nċnn mċ no jĉr d sċ koffer itj ein trĝnder!

That park do provide some stunning views to the surrounding skyscrapers, but thats about it. A city park should be relaxing and in residential areas, this is just a small park in the middel of a CBD area. And the park is full of busy people running through the park on their way to work.
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Old December 1st, 2009, 04:07 PM   #1269
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Demolish it!!! I wanna see nothing there but urban hell. nothing under 60 stories all buildings one meter apart!!!!!
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Old December 3rd, 2009, 06:11 AM   #1270
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according to newspaper Ximin (or ximin.com.cn)
report tallest hotel in Puxi finally officially 0pen for business.picture look like 66 .any more news or the name of building.
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Old December 3rd, 2009, 06:14 AM   #1271
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Old December 4th, 2009, 01:52 AM   #1272
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And another version. Source: http://www.lifang-cg.com/
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Old December 4th, 2009, 02:12 AM   #1273
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That's a must-build! Amazing design.
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Old December 4th, 2009, 08:53 AM   #1274
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Old December 5th, 2009, 12:26 PM   #1275
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The taller the better, they really need to start building up the Century avenue area. That is going go be the biggest transportation interchange in China soon. And dense development is what they need!
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Old December 7th, 2009, 05:36 PM   #1276
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Mystery man grabs prime properties
7 December 2009
Shanghai Daily

A MYSTERY man yesterday splurged 353 million yuan (US$51.7 million) to buy 54 luxury residential units in Shanghai.

The man - in his late 30s or early 40s, carrying the No. 18 bidding card and reportedly from neighboring Zhejiang Province - refused to make any comment about the deal or himself and left the auction room soon after signing documentation.

The 54 apartments, which include 39 units at Shimao Riviera Garden in Pudong and 13 in the Jufu Building at the intersection of Fumin and Julu roads in downtown Jing'an District, have a combined gross floor area of 9,644 square meters.

The apartments went under the hammer to the buyer for an average 36,599 yuan per square meter, regarded as way under market value because of the bulk purchase.

"The price was really good, and the buyer should make quite a big profit from the deal," said Henry Wang, a branch manager at Shanghai Centaline Property Consultants Ltd, the city's leading real estate brokerage chain. "The buyer will most likely sell the apartments in small batches over a pretty long time frame to maximize profit."

Eleven bidders, either individuals or companies from Shanghai and neighboring Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces and a person from overseas, took part in the 50-minute afternoon session at the Shanghai International Commodity Auction Co Ltd, according to Fan Ganping, the company's vice president.

Each bidder was required to pay a 15 million yuan deposit, Fan said.

In the secondary market, apartments at Shimao Riviera Garden go for about 45,000 yuan per square meter and those at Jufu Building for about 30,000 yuan per square meter.

The other two units are one in Kerry Residence on Huashan Road and the other in New Century Building in the western Hongqiao area, both in Changning District.

The most expensive is a 938 square meter penthouse in Shimao Riviera Garden with an indoor swimming pool and a roof garden overlooking the Huangpu River.

This apartment alone may fetch about 100 million yuan or even more, according to industry experts.

The seller of the 54 units is not known, though media reports said it might be a state-owned company.

"I don't feel regretful about losing the bid as it's a good experience for me to participate in the auction," said one of the 11 bidders, who is in the textile industry and preferred to remain anonymous.

"Home prices in Shanghai are expected to grow further over coming years and I will keep looking for other investment opportunities."

Sales of new homes, excluding those designated for relocated residents under urban redevelopment projects, jumped to a four-month high in Shanghai in November amid continuously robust sentiment.

Average prices climbed 10 percent from October to 18,686 yuan per square meter.

Transaction volume of existing properties surged 41 percent in the city last month with average prices gaining 4 percent to 14,300 yuan per square meter, according to a report released yesterday by Century 21 China Real Estate, another leading brokerage chain in the city.

A joint report released on Friday by the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ranked Shanghai No. 1 among Asia-Pacific cities for both real estate investment and development for 2010.
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Old December 10th, 2009, 05:58 PM   #1277
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Just an update with all active and real 200m+ buildings in Shanghai. I have redone the first page with this too, so its easier for the 'outsiders' to
find a good completion of all the buildings in Shanghai. Help me fill in if you see info/buildings missing.

All building projects (U/C, Approved and Proposed (stale proposals is not included) over 200m, ranked by height |
Shanghai Tower
632m | 128fl | U/C

This super-tall, 632-meter tower will be sited in the heart of Shanghai’s Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, adjacent to the Jin Mao Tower and
Shanghai World Financial Center. As the most prominent icon on the city’s skyline, Shanghai Tower’s transparent spiral form will showcase cutting-
edge sustainable strategies and public spaces that set a new standard for green community. Within its 128-stories, Shanghai Tower contains
Class-A office space, entertainment venues, retail, a conference center, a luxury hotel and cultural amenity spaces. The tower will be registered
for a high level of building certification from the China Green Building Committee and the U.S. Green Building Council.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Xujiahui Center
380m | App

Details is unclear, but this building will become the tallest building in Puxi. Construction is suppose to start at the end of 2009.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



White Magnolia Plaza
320m | 66fl | U/C

The design for White Magnolia Plaza consists of a 320-meter office tower, two hotel towers, and a series of smaller scale mixed-use buildings. The
complex is a centerpiece of a neighborhood redevelopment plan that connects directly to a new park along Shanghai’s Huangpu River. The primary
tower features complex curved surfaces that are accentuated by the perforated metal light shelves that enhance its environmental performance.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Xintiandi Phase 2
305m | 68fl | Pro

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Zhenru Center
300m+ | Approved

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Wheelock Square
298m | 58fl | U/C

Shanghai Wheelock Square is an office commercial building composed of a 56-storey tower with open roof crown; two retail buildings adjacent to the
tower and connecting atrium wall with skylight between north retail building and tower. It is located on top of a major subway station along Nanjing
West Road in Shanghai. This development covers a total of 114.075 square meters (GFA) and was designed by the world renowned Kohn Pedersen
Fox Associates in New York.

Construction started in 2004, topped out in early 2009. Building will be completed in 2010.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Kerry Center Phase 2 Tower 1
260m | U/C

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Shanghai IFC North Tower
260m | 60fl | U/C

Shanghai IFC is at 8 Century Avenue in the heart of the Lujiazui finance and trade zone in Pudong. It will have four million square feet of grade-A
office space, a top shopping centre with an array of international retailers and a five-star Ritz-Carlton hotel. Full completion is scheduled for 2011.

The project was designed by the noted Cesar Pelli and will be a proud addition to the Shanghai skyline with a glittering appearance and expansive
vistas of the Huangpu River, Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Lujiazui’s lush green spaces. Modern specifications and facilities plus professional property
management will meet the needs of multinationals. The development will be the first choice of global financial and service companies and will help
cement Shanghai’s status as an international financial centre.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)

North Tower to the right, South Tower to the left.


Huamin Imperial Tower
258m | 63fl | U/C

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Shanghai IFC South Tower
250m | 58fl | U/C

Shanghai IFC is at 8 Century Avenue in the heart of the Lujiazui finance and trade zone in Pudong. It will have four million square feet of grade-A
office space, a top shopping centre with an array of international retailers and a five-star Ritz-Carlton hotel. Full completion is scheduled for 2011.

The project was designed by the noted Cesar Pelli and will be a proud addition to the Shanghai skyline with a glittering appearance and expansive
vistas of the Huangpu River, Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Lujiazui’s lush green spaces. Modern specifications and facilities plus professional property
management will meet the needs of multinationals. The development will be the first choice of global financial and service companies and will help
cement Shanghai’s status as an international financial centre.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)

North Tower to the left, South Tower to the right.


Unnamed (Jing'an Tower?)
250m | Pro

Still searching around for this one, but it might be the proposed Jing'an Tower staff posted.

Yuexing Universal Mall
2x240m | U/C

Yuexing Mall is a 430,000m² commercial building which includes a 270,000m² shopping centre and two 245 metre high hotel and office buildings.
There is a three-level basement, two levels for shopping and one for parking. Above ground level the podium houses a fourlevel mall with
spectacular classically inspired interior spaces. The location is on an important transportation hub of an underground line, a light rail line and next to
a major city fast road.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



CITIC Plaza
228m | 47fl | U/C

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Tangdong Block
228m | 42fl | U/C

Not much info about this one, no renderings either.

BM Plaza Phase 1
220m | U/C

BM Plaza is located near the main railway station in the central area of the Zhabei District of Shanghai. This 183,900-square-meter, mixed-use
development will include office space, a hotel, and retail. The project's design includes three towers shaped by the nature of the program: a landmark
office tower, a mid-height hotel tower, and a lower tower that serves as the office tower. Retail and conference center facilities are located within
the two-story base that links the towers together.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



BM Plaza Phase 2
220m | App

Tower to the far right is BM Plaza Phase 2.


CITIC Pacific Towers
218m | 49fl | U/C

This 260 000m2 mixed-use project includes two new 50 story office towers on the historical Shanghai Shipyard site. The project is being developed
by CITIC Pacific Group and they will locate their corporate headquarters there. The design of the office towers forms a gateway in the shape of a
ship aligning the axis of slipway and leads to the celebration park on the waterfront. The premium site fronts the Huangpu River and the historic
Bund, and the slipway will be restored into a new museum.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



21st Century Mansion
210m | 49fl | U/C

21st Century Tower is a mixed-use, 50-story building in the Pudong district of Shanghai, a dynamic international business center. The first 21 floors
will be Class-A office space, followed by an 11-floor Four Seasons Hotel, and 12 floors of condominiums managed by the Four Seasons. The office
lobby and residential entrance will be at base of the tower, with the hotel's reception and amenities areas located in the adjacent podium. The
project is located on Century Avenue, the main East-West Pudong thoroughfare.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



China Merchants Bank Mansion
208m | 37fl | U/C

Its designed by RMJM.

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)



Taiping Financial Center
208m | 38fl | U/C

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)

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Century Metropolis
200m | U/C

Final design reminds unknown, but ongoing competition for the site suggest towers taller than 200m.

One of the proposals.


Unnamed KPF Project
200m+ | Proposed

Link to building thread (more information, renderings and construction updates)

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Old December 10th, 2009, 06:16 PM   #1278
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Shanghai Surprise!

Wow. Shanghai has tons of fantastic projects, planned or under-construction.

At this pace, Shanghai is very well on track to surpass Sao Paulo as the city with the largest number of highrises; becoming the ultimate skycraper city.
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Old December 11th, 2009, 02:39 AM   #1279
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Jesus what is going on in this city?
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Old December 12th, 2009, 01:16 AM   #1280
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Good job once again!

some questions,
1) is White Magnolia Plaza 320m, i thought its just 300m or even 299m
2) Yuexing Universal Mall..240m? holy shit thats going to be the ugliest skyscraper after Ping'An
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