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10 Jul 2018, London, United Kingdom
A three tower complex, rising to a height of 85 meters, has completed on the banks of the River Thames in London. The three buildings feature a customized curved floor plan and accommodate 253 apartments, offices, and restaurants. Read more.
09 Jul 2018, Dallas, United States
A residential high-rise slated for Dallas’ Arts District has broken ground. The 41-story building will include 364 luxury units, 52 mixed income artists’ lofts that include 43 affordable artist residences, and gallery space. Read more.
09 Jul 2018, Surabaya, Indonesia
A groundbreaking ceremony occurred for two towers planned to rise in Surabaya, Indonesia. The buildings, which are part of a greater five-tower scheme, have both launched to market and are scheduled for completion in 2021. Read more.
09 Jul 2018, Repentigny, Canada
A 30-story retirement building is slated to rise in Repentigny, near Montréal. The building is scheduled to be delivered by 2020 and will include 289 units, commercial space, and residential amenities. Read more.
06 Jul 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina
A 54-floor tower in Buenos Aires will become the tallest building in Argentina when complete. The building is scheduled to open to residents by the end of 2018, with plans to officially open in March 2019. Read more.
06 Jul 2018, Tokyo, Japan
The grand opening of a pharmaceutical company’s new headquarters occurred on July 2nd. The 24-floor building features art installations, office space, and public facilities such as a gym, restaurants, and conference rooms. Read more.
05 Jul 2018, New York City, United States
A 73-story tower, the tallest in New York’s Hudson Yards mega-development, has officially topped out. The high-rise will feature a public outdoor observation deck on its cantilevered terrace which will also offer a restaurant, bar, and event space. Read more.
05 Jul 2018, Ottawa, Canada
A proposed 65-story building would become Ottawa’s tallest if approved as submitted and completed to schedule. The mixed-use development would rise near a transit station, offering 1,241 residential units, office space, and retail space. Read more.
05 Jul 2018, Chongqing, China
A 1.12 million square-meter mixed-use megastructure in Chongqing featuring a 250-meter-high sky bridge is on track to open in phases by mid-2019. Six of the eight towers of the $4.9 billion development have topped out. Read more.
05 Jul 2018, London, United Kingdom
Amid concerns about a project’s impact on local historical sites, the City of London planning officers have recommended approval for the 263-meter tower to rise in the city. The scheme includes office space, retail, and public viewing areas. Read more.
03 Jul 2018, Moscow, Russia
A 108-story mixed-use complex has been approved in the CBD of Moscow. The 405-meter tower will include a shopping center, a recreation center, an observation deck, office space, and 195,400 square meters of residential space. Read more.
03 Jul 2018, Tel Aviv, Israel
Designs have been revealed for a 116-meter modular tower in Tel Aviv, featuring “cascading” archways and garden terraces. The residential building is expected to begin construction by 2019. Read more.
03 Jul 2018, Vancouver, Canada
A pair of 48-story towers have been designed to reflect the urban environment of Vancouver’s West End neighborhood. The two high-rises are comprised of cubic volumes of varying sizes and will provide social housing, as well as market rate units. Read more.
02 Jul 2018, Paris, France
Construction on a 38-story tower in the La Défense business district of Paris is underway, and has now risen five stories above grade. The high-rise will include a 2,000-square-meter forecourt in an effort to pedestrianize the neighborhood. Read more.
02 Jul 2018, Phoenix, United States
The Phoenix City Council has approved the sale of a lot where a 20-story mixed-use building has been proposed to rise. The high-rise will feature a 220-room hotel, two floors of office space, and 567 square meters of retail. Read more.
02 Jul 2018, Melbourne, Australia
A developer is seeking approval for a 36-story hotel development in Melbourne’s CBD. The owner of the site, the Uniting Church of Australia, plans to use the proceeds of the project for church operations. Read more.
29 Jun 2018, Chicago, United States
Developers plan to build 404 residential units in a seven-story addition above Chicago’s Union Station, plus a 330-room hotel in the station’s top floors. The plan is part of an effort to capitalize on valuable real estate near and over the station. Read more.
29 Jun 2018, Rijswijk, Netherlands
The new European Patent Office building has been inaugurated in the Dutch town of Rijswijk, near The Hague. The tower rises 107 meters and 27 floors, with a slender design that includes rooftop solar panels and a double-skin façade. Read more.
29 Jun 2018, Melbourne, Australia
Hickory Group has announced that the company has been chosen as the builder for Yarra One, a 27-story apartment building in Melbourne. Designed by Fender Katsalidis, the project will include 256 apartments and take 25 months to build. Read more.
28 Jun 2018, Zaragoza, Spain
Site clearing has begun on the plot of a planned 106-meter tower in Zaragoza that could become the tallest in the Spanish Region of Aragon, if completed as planned. The $81 million project is slated for completion by 2021. Read more.
28 Jun 2018, Austin, United States
A 34-story condominium tower in Austin is progressing towards completion after topping out. The high-rise includes 164 units and a 1,858-square meter amenity deck on the 10th floor that will resemble a park. Read more.
28 Jun 2018, London, United Kingdom
A 20-story mixed-use project has been approved to rise on the site of a Pentecostal church. The development will include 85 new apartments, commercial space, a new church, a nursery, and community facilities. Read more.
27 Jun 2018, New York City, United States
An updated rendering has been released for a 223-meter tower on the Lower East Side of New York, alongside new details for two nearby projects. The three developments are expected to collectively deliver 2,775 new units to the area. Read more.
27 Jun 2018, Perth, Australia
A twin-tower development has been approved for the coast of Scarborough, a suburb of Perth. The 43- and 33-story buildings will include 314 apartments and a 119-room hotel, complete with an art gallery and café on the top floor. Read more.
27 Jun 2018, Monterrey, Mexico
Construction has begun on a 40-floor mixed-use development in Monterrey. The project includes 42,000 square meters of office space, a 2,700-square-meter commercial area, terraces, and a sky lobby. Read more.
26 Jun 2018, Brisbane, Australia
The Brisbane City Council has approved a proposed high-rise office building. The project will include a new public thoroughfare alongside an amphitheater, child care center, underground supermarket, and retail. Read more.
26 Jun 2018, Coquimbo, Chile
The budget for a new 15-story consistorial building in Coquimbo has been increased to cover seismic code modifications and construction costs. The site is expected to open to the public by 2020. Read more.
26 Jun 2018, Providence, United States
Plans for a 46-story high-rise building will proceed in Providence, as state lawmakers have approved necessary legislation for the project to progress. The 152-meter proposal is currently under evaluation by local officials. Read more.
26 Jun 2018, Sejong City, South Korea
A fire broke out at a high-rise residential construction site in Sejong City in South Korea. Most of the major flames have been extinguished, but there have been 3 reported fatalities and 37 reported injuries. Read more.
25 Jun 2018, Seattle, United States
A residential tower under construction in Downtown Seattle will be delivered as condominiums for sale, rather than apartments for rent as originally planned. The 41-story building is designed to include 352 units. Read more.