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Old May 18th, 2007, 03:41 AM   #141
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the wheel looks so speacial, very unique design!!!
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Old June 29th, 2007, 02:06 PM   #142
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They are planning so many projects in Taipingqiao (next to Shanghai Xintiandi).

Plot plan:

Projects:
107:Jumeirah International Hotel (7 stars)
108:Conrad Hotel (5 stars)
109:Xintiandi (north section)
110:Corporate World phase I
111:Taipingqiao Central Park
112:Xintiandi (south section)
113:Green Lake Tiandi phase III
114:Green Lake Tiandi phase II
115:International School
116:Future residential developments
117:Green Lake Tiandi phase I
118:Future residential developments
119:Future residential developments
120:Future commercial developments
122:Future residential, commercial and office developments. Pedestrian street.
123:Future residential, commercial and office developments. Pedestrian street.
124:Rui'an Center (300m+)
126:Corporate World phase II East Tower
127:Corporate World phase II West Tower
132:Commercial and office spaces



Main tower is supposed to be Rui'an Group Headquarters, 300m+. Unreleased design








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Old June 29th, 2007, 02:32 PM   #143
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i have heard that Rui'an Center may be cacelled!
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Old June 29th, 2007, 04:26 PM   #144
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The design of Rui'an Center in those renderings is looking really nice, i hope they have not cancelled it. And the Taipingqiao complex is looking good too.
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Old June 29th, 2007, 05:25 PM   #145
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Old August 24th, 2007, 10:40 AM   #146
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this is a great thread, please continue to contribute. There are so many undisclosed gem in Shanghai.
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Old August 24th, 2007, 11:24 AM   #147
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this is a great thread, please continue to contribute. There are so many undisclosed gem in Shanghai.
The amount of new projects coming out in Shanghai is extremely low since one year ago or so, I don't know why. In comparison with most big Chinese cities, Shanghai is rather dead about new big projects Most projects you see in this thread are old proposals which have been changed or were planned long time ago.

They are starting many, many new things within a couple of years, but almost all of them are old projects. Excepting Shanghai Center and a couple more, I can't remember more new big skyscrapers for Shanghai with serious chances to become real. Even cities like Wuxi or Hangzhou are releasing more big stuff than Shanghai this year. The Chinese skyboom has moved back to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, but the true miracle is starting within 2010 in both Chongqing, Tianjin and Shenyang, so many freaking huge projects there.
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Old August 24th, 2007, 06:27 PM   #148
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The amount of new projects coming out in Shanghai is extremely low since one year ago or so, I don't know why. In comparison with most big Chinese cities, Shanghai is rather dead about new big projects Most projects you see in this thread are old proposals which have been changed or were planned long time ago.

They are starting many, many new things within a couple of years, but almost all of them are old projects. Excepting Shanghai Center and a couple more, I can't remember more new big skyscrapers for Shanghai with serious chances to become real. Even cities like Wuxi or Hangzhou are releasing more big stuff than Shanghai this year. The Chinese skyboom has moved back to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, but the true miracle is starting within 2010 in both Chongqing, Tianjin and Shenyang, so many freaking huge projects there.
I guess the government realized that other cities may need further growth besides the fact that Shanghai is already congested. This will also be good so that people will not transfer to better cities like Shanghai. There are still many cities in China that has good harbor system and land transportation system. I believe its better if the government take advantage of that or suffer the consequences thats happening to big cities in the world.
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Old August 25th, 2007, 01:19 PM   #149
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I think nobody posted this proposal here before, 4x200m+.



Very promising. I saw another proposal for the same area two years ago and it was disgusting, just an area of 20-25fl luxury residentials.
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Old August 25th, 2007, 01:26 PM   #150
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looking good so far, hope it will be build
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Old August 25th, 2007, 06:07 PM   #151
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Pudong commercial area to be extended



部分地块开始动迁 陆家嘴"金融城"东扩启动
2007年08月11日15:13 新闻晚报



  晚报讯浦东陆家嘴“金融城”东扩和二层步行连廊建设部分地块动迁工作业已启动。这是昨日在浦东新区人大常委会上传出的消息,会上还透露了浦东新区对于世博场馆的后续利用计划。

  2007上半年,浦东新区的第三产业发展明显加快,共实现增加值655.73亿元,占生产总值比重已上升到51.5%。金融聚焦的战略进一步得到实现,增加值204.4亿元,成为浦东新区三产增长的亮点。截至6月底,入驻浦东的金融机构总数累计达410家,12家外资法人银行相继成立,占全国的 2/3。金融机构的高度集聚让陆家嘴的楼宇日渐紧俏。陆家嘴金融城的130多幢商务办公楼宇,平均租售率在93%以上,即使如此,很多想落户浦东的金融机构还是面临着一楼难求的局面。

  据了解,“金融城”东扩先行启动的范围包括世纪大道以北、浦东大道以南、浦东南路以东、崂山西路以西。东扩的部分将主要用来建造商用办公楼及配套设施,目前在建的30个商办楼宇中,预计今年上半年可竣工9个;同时,还有25个项目正在拟建中。

  对于世博场馆的后续利用,昨天,浦东新区副区长万大宁在新区人大常委会上表示,该区今后拟利用世博留下的场馆资源,适度布局一些展馆设施和配套设施,与新国际博览中心形成错位竞争。

  浦东将紧邻济阳路交通枢纽,规划布局浦东旅游集散中心,在三林区域布局一个有一定规模的主题类旅游景点,布局2个-3个中小型旅游项目。

  作者: □记者程贤淑实习生李谢林

http://sh.news.sina.com.cn/20070811/151380749.shtml

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Some block the relocation began Lujiazui "City" started its eastward expansion
At 3:13 p.m. on August 11, 2007 Evening News



Evening Pudong Lujiazui -- "City" and the eastward expansion of the second floor corridor to walk part of the building block the relocation work has already been initiated. This is in Pudong New Area yesterday learned from the Standing Committee of the news conference, also revealed the Pudong New Area of the Expo venue follow-up plans.

The first half of 2007, the Pudong New Area of the development of tertiary industry has accelerated markedly, the total added value of 65.573 billion yuan, accounting for GDP had risen to 51.5%. Financial Highlights of the strategy has been further realized 20.44 billion yuan in added value, the Pudong New Area into three production growth spot. As of the end of June, settled in the Pudong financial institutions amounted to a total 410, 12 foreign banks have set up legal, accounting for 2 / 3. Financial institutions gather the height of the buildings so that the Lujiazui increasingly tight. Lujiazui Finance and the Board of the 130-odd commercial office buildings, with an average rental rate of 93% or more, and even so, many would like to set up in Pudong financial institutions still face difficult for the first floor of the situation.

It is understood that the "City" launched the first eastward expansion of the scope of the north, including Century Avenue, Pudong Road south, east Pudong South Road, west of West Laoshan. Part of the expansion will be mainly used for construction of commercial buildings and ancillary facilities, the construction of 30 commercial buildings, which is expected to be completed and the first half of this year, nine; There are also 25 projects are being proposed to be constructed.

Expo venue for the use of the follow-up yesterday, deputy head of the Pudong New Area Daning million in the new districts Standing Committee, said that the proposed future use of the area left the Expo venue resources, some modest exhibition hall layout facilities and ancillary facilities, and the New International Expo Center form dislocation competition.

Pudong will be located adjacent JACKIE Xinyang transport hub, the layout Pudong tourism hub, the three-regional distribution of a certain number of tourist attractions like theme, layout 2 -3 small and medium tourism projects.





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Old August 26th, 2007, 12:23 AM   #152
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Old August 26th, 2007, 03:51 PM   #153
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The amount of new projects coming out in Shanghai is extremely low since one year ago or so, I don't know why. In comparison with most big Chinese cities, Shanghai is rather dead about new big projects Most projects you see in this thread are old proposals which have been changed or were planned long time ago.

They are starting many, many new things within a couple of years, but almost all of them are old projects. Excepting Shanghai Center and a couple more, I can't remember more new big skyscrapers for Shanghai with serious chances to become real. Even cities like Wuxi or Hangzhou are releasing more big stuff than Shanghai this year. The Chinese skyboom has moved back to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, but the true miracle is starting within 2010 in both Chongqing, Tianjin and Shenyang, so many freaking huge projects there.
commnust secretary of shanghai chen liang yu has been arrested. a lot of project he approved cannclled. and chinese central goverment was very angry to see a skyscraperlized shanghai. they want develop tianjing now, not shanghai.
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zorg, that's great news! demolish those ugly red roof apartment as soon as possible.
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Ugly? They look good compared to most residentials in Shanghai. And Shanghai already looks like Sao Paulo now, skyscrapers everywhere, so if there are no more projects, it will still look very developed.
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i agree with oliver, these small red apartments are ugly. i want to see 200m towers instead of them
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Atkins To Turn Abandoned Quarry Into Hotel
Published on 2007-07-27
Imagine a flooded opencast quarry near a bustling city. It's not normally the sort of place you'd expect for a luxury hotel but British design firm Atkins have come up with a solution for what is one of the largest holes in the ground in China reaching almost 100 metres deep.

Called the Hanging Gardens Hotel, the project is designed around the concept of water, both real and imagined which takes an existing water feature and adds the sculptural representation of a moving one to it enlivening what was previously dead.

Occupying a sheer cliff side in the Songjiang quarry close to Shanghai, the hotel resort curves concavely around the rock-faces rising to 19 floors of luxury accommodation above the water-line.

There is also set to be two levels of accommodation below the waterline with rooms having Perspex glass that will give them clear views underwater, something more befitting the lair of a James Bond baddie.

The two main hotel blocks are separated by a glass atrium that cuts through them as if it is a flowing waterfall whilst the top level is linked to a pod more like an Ewok's hut that is cantilevered right out over the cliff and above the water and will offer pursuits such as bungee jumping for those who don't mind getting the tip of their nose wet.

Other leisure options on offer will include the obvious rock climbing opportunity, boating, a covered swimming pool with the cliff-side still included and walkways suspended above the water for a nice moon-lit stroll.

Guests will be accommodated in the 400 hotel rooms and there will be the usual corporate hospitality of conference areas for up to a thousand people, a banqueting centre and numerous restaurants for diners who like a view with a difference.

The entire scheme is aimed at being environmentally friendly with photovoltaic panels on the roof and a heat pump with energy extractor in the water. Even the atrium has been planned to help energy efficiency by not only being a conservatory with large amounts of vegetation but also working as circulation passage for air heated by the sun.

What the Hanging Gardens Hotel offers more than anything isn't luxury accommodation for guests with massive bank accounts but the hope that these industrial scars we have cut deep in the earth into can be transformed into something a bit more worthwhile than watery holes polluted with heavy metals.

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commnust secretary of shanghai chen liang yu has been arrested. a lot of project he approved cannclled. and chinese central goverment was very angry to see a skyscraperlized shanghai. they want develop tianjing now, not shanghai.
the red roofed apartments are rather aestheticly pleasing on the ground.
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AFX News Limited
China's Nanjing Suning Real Estate buys Shanghai land for 4.4 bln yuan
08.26.07, 8:30 AM ET

BEIJING (XFN-ASIA) - China's Nanjing Suning Real Estate Development Co has outbid rivals from Hong Kong and the United States in a land auction in Shanghai, and bought a 66,930-square-meter tract of land in the Huangpu district for 4.404 bln yuan, the official Shanghai Securities News reported.

The newspaper said Nanjing Suning Real Estate, an affiliate of property developer Suning Universal Co Ltd (000718) and the only mainland Chinese firm participating in the auction, will develop the site into an office property project.

http://www.forbes.com/markets/feeds/...fx4054382.html

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