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Old May 19th, 2013, 11:31 PM   #81
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Old June 29th, 2013, 09:51 AM   #82
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Нажаль якось так склалося , в нашій країні торгові центри набагато гірші(((всі якісь як під копірку,ніякого смаку. Нещодавно був в Польщі і наші ж сусід , а країна набагато краще розвинута(((
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Old June 30th, 2013, 04:25 AM   #83
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Те що для країн ЄС звичайний стиль, в нас напевно приймають за luxury mall.
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ТЦ в Польщі)Знайшов на фотіку)якість не дуже,так як фотографував з авто в русі.Але навіть на такому фото видно,як відрізняються ТЦ(((
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Те що для країн ЄС звичайний стиль, в нас напевно приймають за luxury mall.
Повністю згідний!для Європи це норма будувати гарні споруди,які притягують погляд.Навіть якщо тобі нічого не потрібно купувати,всеодно зайдеш щоб просто подивитись)))
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Downtown LA's The Bloc (formerly known as Macy's Plaza or Macy's Fortress) is set to begin its huge makeover in the first few months of 2014, and developer Ratkovich Company has just released new renderings showing, as promised, a much more pedestrian-friendly building in place of the existing brick fortress.

The $160 million renovation will turn The Bloc into the largest single mixed-use property in the city, with a renovated 485-room Sheraton, 750,000-square-foot luxury office tower, and more than 400,000 square feet of retail and outdoor space that "will provide a curated experience of local boutiques, artisans, premier retailers, and restaurants." Ooh, curated. Work should be done in the fall of 2015.














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Phase 1A: 48-story/485 foot tall tower, designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. 380 rental units, 31,000 sq feet of commercial space, 400 parking spots. Price tag: $160 million

Groundbreaking scheduled for March 2015, completion in Sep. 2017

Not clear if this is the final design, but the renderings are labeled "RAMSA"

Phase 1B: 250 key hotel tower/option for 50 condominiums above. 141,000 sq feet of commercial space, including a supermarket. Diagram shows a 41 story/453' tall building. Without the condos, that drops to 24 floors/283 feet. Price looks to be approx. $490 million.

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Mall makeovers are sweeping the Southland--they're going on at the Glendale Galleria, the Americana at Brand, and maybe even one day at the Beverly Center--and now the owners of Torrance's Del Amo Fashion Center have released their plans, which include the demolition and rebuilding of the mall's entire north end. Del Amo is the second busiest mall in the US. Hollywood-based 5+design is working on the transformation, which starts with an overhaul of the food court: it'll be relocated to the area that crosses Carson Street and will get an increased capacity, living walls, new restrooms, and new restaurants, reports the Daily Breeze. The northern end of the mall will go from "scary" to "clean, crisp, simple and tasteful." It could also be separated from the southern portion, which may be renamed Market Square (that part isn't having any work done just yet). Maybe most excitingly, the monolith will get some new landscaping "in an effort to 'unify' the sprawling property." Work has already started on the food court; the rest of the mall begins construction in February and is expected to be ready in fall 2015.
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Santa Monica LA

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Big news out of Santa Monica today: Rem Koolhaas's firm OMA is one big step closer to building its first big LA project. According to the Santa Monica Daily Press, a committee has picked OMA's design for a huge mixed-use project--to be developed by Metropolitan Pacific Capital, DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, and Clarett West Developers--for the "opportunity site" at Fourth Street and Arizona in downtown Santa Monica, and will be recommending that the city council vote in August to start negotiations with the firm. The proposed Plaza at Santa Monica would be more than 400,000 square feet and stretch to 148 feet (12 stories). It would include "a 225-room boutique hotel, restaurants, shops and a marketplace as well as cultural areas for both children and adults." The plans also call for a central space that can be used as a performance venue, water feature, or winter ice-skating rink. The team says it would require a $330-million investment, and they'd pay the city $1.3 million in ground rent per year.

The panel chose the MPC/OMA proposal over two competing visions for its "compelling design," variety of "businesses and entities" included, connection to the rest of downtown Santa Monica, the community outreach process, and its plethora of parking: 1,220 spots, including 580 available to the general public. The Forest City Development proposal (designed by Robert AM Stern with Brooks + Scarpa) called for the least amount of parking and the panel "questioned the architectural design." Related California's proposal (designed by Koning Eizenberg, Rios Clementi Hale, and RTKL) was higher and denser, and included affordable housing units, which the others did not.

If the Santa Monica City Council votes to move the project forward, a development agreement could be initiated at the start of next year. John Warfel of MPC expects that the plans will change as the community starts feeding back. Affordable housing units could be added, and the height may need to come down to 13 feet to comply with the proposed new height limit for downtown Santa Monica.
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Big news out of Santa Monica today: Rem Koolhaas's firm OMA is one big step closer to building its first big LA project. According to the Santa Monica Daily Press, a committee has picked OMA's design for a huge mixed-use project--to be developed by Metropolitan Pacific Capital, DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, and Clarett West Developers--for the "opportunity site" at Fourth Street and Arizona in downtown Santa Monica, and will be recommending that the city council vote in August to start negotiations with the firm. The proposed Plaza at Santa Monica would be more than 400,000 square feet and stretch to 148 feet (12 stories). It would include "a 225-room boutique hotel, restaurants, shops and a marketplace as well as cultural areas for both children and adults." The plans also call for a central space that can be used as a performance venue, water feature, or winter ice-skating rink. The team says it would require a $330-million investment, and they'd pay the city $1.3 million in ground rent per year.

The panel chose the MPC/OMA proposal over two competing visions for its "compelling design," variety of "businesses and entities" included, connection to the rest of downtown Santa Monica, the community outreach process, and its plethora of parking: 1,220 spots, including 580 available to the general public. The Forest City Development proposal (designed by Robert AM Stern with Brooks + Scarpa) called for the least amount of parking and the panel "questioned the architectural design." Related California's proposal (designed by Koning Eizenberg, Rios Clementi Hale, and RTKL) was higher and denser, and included affordable housing units, which the others did not.

If the Santa Monica City Council votes to move the project forward, a development agreement could be initiated at the start of next year. John Warfel of MPC expects that the plans will change as the community starts feeding back. Affordable housing units could be added, and the height may need to come down to 13 feet to comply with the proposed new height limit for downtown Santa Monica.
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