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Old October 3rd, 2014, 12:01 AM   #21
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Is this project still alive or just a dream?
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Old November 20th, 2014, 05:39 PM   #22
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Is this project still alive or just a dream?

http://news.donga.com/3/all/20141112/67827421/1
politician and civil people opposite skyscraper. so decreased from 58 to 38

green land group of china suggest this modification plan to jeju

but still in opposite like LWT of seoul

they ask to developer traffic solution and still opposite

so rendering disappear

Skorea people always used to opposite to skyscraper LOL
who will invest in korea economy?
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 02:21 AM   #23
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Wait... isn't the China Greenland Group a major part of the Hyundai HQ project?
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Old November 22nd, 2014, 02:24 AM   #24
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Wait... isn't the China Greenland Group a major part of the Hyundai HQ project?
No, It's "part of" (they kind of got turned down by City Government, so nothing is sure) the Seoul Lite DMC Tower project
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Old November 7th, 2015, 09:41 AM   #25
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Rendering Changed

Rendering Changed
and Construction will start soon.

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Old November 7th, 2015, 09:44 AM   #26
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November Construction will start!

http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?...aid=0007954184
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Old April 5th, 2016, 08:58 AM   #27
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http://www.edaily.co.kr/news/NewsRea...03&OutLnkChk=Y

Construction has been awarded to Greenland Group (largest real estate developer in China)
http://www.greenlandsc.com/en/Default.aspx

The group has announced that construction will begin in May, with a scheduled completion for March 2019.

Also, the updated renders of the buildings (see post above) will only have 38 floors, and top out at 169 meters. Still really nice to finally get this project going.
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Old May 30th, 2016, 11:55 AM   #28
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The groundbreaking ceremony was helf on Friday 27th. Construction will begin immediately.

Completion is now scheduled for July 2019.


http://www.munhwa.com/news/view.html...MW171215712485

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제주 드림타워 카지노 복합리조트 착공

국내에서 유일하게 도심에 들어서는 제주 드림타워 카지노 복합리조트(조감도) 건축공사가 본격화됐다.

드림타워 카지노 복합리조트의 건축주인 롯데관광개발과 중국 녹지(뤼디)그룹은 지난 27일 제주시로부터 착공신고필증을 받고 곧바로 공사에 들어갔다고 30일 밝혔다.

지난달 5일 세계 1위 건설사인 중국건축(CSCEC)을 시공사로 선정한 지 52일 만에 공사에 착수한 것이다. 중국건축은 ‘조건 없는 책임준공확약’ 및 ‘18개월 외상공사’라는 파격적인 조건을 제공하고 건설사로 참여했다.

중국건축이 착공신고필증 교부일로부터 38개월 내에 준공을 확약함에 따라 2019년 7월 말까지는 드림타워 카지노 복합리조트가 완공될 예정이다.

김기병 롯데관광개발 회장은 “중국 최대 부동산개발사인 녹지그룹과 세계 1위 건설사인 중국건축의 참여 속에 마침내 드림타워 복합리조트가 첫 삽을 떴다”며 “드림타워 복합리조트를 호텔리어, 카지노딜러 등 고급 일자리 2200개를 창출하고, 제주에서 평균 임금이 가장 높고 관광진흥기금도 가장 많이 내는 도심 레저형 관광명소로 만들겠다”고 포부를 밝혔다.

드림타워 카지노 복합리조트는 호텔 776실과 호텔레지던스 850실, 외국인전용 카지노, 쇼핑몰, 호텔부대시설, 스카이라운지로 구성된다. 전체 1626객실이 다른 5성급 호텔(40㎡)보다 훨씬 넓은 65㎡ 이상의 ‘올 스위트(All Suite)’ 호텔로 지어진다.

특히 제주도 최대 3만9000㎡ 규모의 쇼핑몰과 호텔 부대시설에는 젊고 감각 있는 국내 패션디자이너들의 부티크숍 100여 개와 15개 레스토랑, 메디컬스파, 찜질방 등이 어우러져 국내외 관광객을 맞을 계획이다. 또한 2층 전체에는 게임테이블 200개와 슬롯머신 400대를 운영할 수 있는 영업장 면적 9120㎡ 규모의 외국인전용 카지노가 들어선다.
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Old May 30th, 2016, 11:19 PM   #29
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Finally, after 8 years of waiting
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Old August 10th, 2016, 11:27 AM   #30
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Old November 13th, 2016, 06:14 AM   #31
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Apartments will go on sale starting from March.

Here is the website from the promoter: http://www.jjdreamtower.com/pages/overview/overview.asp




They also have a promotional video on this page: http://www.jjdreamtower.com/pages/board/prmovie.asp
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Old March 31st, 2017, 03:02 PM   #33
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http://www.jejusori.net/?mod=news&ac...w&idxno=188265
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Why not on the coast along the beaches???
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Grand Hyatt chosen to operate the complex's hotel

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The promoter of a new foreigner-only casino project on Jeju Island, South Korea, says it has chosen the Grand Hyatt hospitality brand as its hotel partner.

Lotte Tour Development Co Ltd stated in a Monday press release it had signed that day a hotel services agreement with Hyatt Hotels Corp for the Jeju Dream Tower scheme (pictured in a rendering).

It said Grand Hyatt Jeju would have 1,600 all-suite rooms, 11 restaurants and bars, and “world-class hotel amenities and recreational facilities”.

Hyatt Hotels’ portfolio includes 731 properties in 56 countries, according to the firm’s corporate website. According to Monday’s announcement, Hyatt Hotels operates more than 40 properties in mainland China, including more than 10 Grand Hyatt hotels. Chinese visitors will be a key target segment of customer for the resort, said its promoter.

The new hotel will be Hyatt Hotels’ sixth property in South Korea and is expected to be the second-largest Grand Hyatt hotel in the world, the hospitality firm said in a separate press release.

Jeju Dream Tower would “create over 3,000 jobs including hoteliers and casino dealers, and contribute tens of billions of Korean won to Jeju Tourism Promotion Fund every year,” said Kim Ki-byung, chairman of Lotte Tour Development, as quoted in the press statement.

The firm had earlier said it had raised KRW40 billion (US$35.4 million) toward the scheme by issuing convertible bonds via a third-party placement.

The venture is described as a South Korea-China co-development project in which Lotte Tour Co and China real estate firm Greenland Group are the main partners. China State Construction Engineering Corp is the contractor, supplying what the promoter said was an unconditional completion guarantee with an 18-month line of credit.

Construction started in May 2016 and will be completed in September 2019, according to the backers.

Questions have been raised however by investment analysts regarding the status of future investments by Chinese companies in overseas gaming projects. An announcement reported on August 18 from China’s State Council – the main administrative body of the People’s Republic of China – indicated that the overseas “gambling” sector would be on a “banned” list as far as Chinese investors were concerned.


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