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HEADLINE NEWS October 8, 2021


SHANGHAI
Taikoo Li Qiantan opened
Taikoo Li Qiantan's wellness-themed shopping concept is showcased with the south and north zones, also known as the "Stone Zone" and the "Wood Zone", which feature a naturalistic design concept inspired by stone and wood across the façade and which are connected via an 8,000-sqm central park. <Read more>

Golden Union Park, Shanghai
A smart office hub redefining our work environment. Located in the Xuhui District of Shanghai, China, the two-phased Golden Union Park is leading the transformation of an old industrial plant area into Shanghai's new tech office district. <Read more>

SIBT & SSHT 2021 to build connections between smart technologies from 10-12 December
The exhibitor finder is now available and will continuously be updated with the latest exhibitor information

JIANGSU
New plans for a Transport Oriented Retail Destination in Nanjing
Redevelopment of the historic Nanjing Dajiaochang military airbase in China

ZHEJIANG
Guanyun Qiantang City, Hangzhou
A landmark commercial complex in the core area of the Qianjiang Century City, the future CBD, alongside the river. The plot is immediately adjacent to the Qiantang River on the west while overlooking the Olympic Sports Expo Center on the South. <Read more>

HONG KONG
Chinachem awards building contract
10 pre-sale consents issued by Lands Department

Hong Kong Palace Museum awarded OP
WKCDA appoints Deputy Chief Executive Officer (District Development)

18 building plans approved in July
Of the approved plans, three were for commercial developments

301,000 public housing units for the coming ten years
330 hectares of land identified for building 316,000 public housing units

3 premises have been declared as monuments.
Bonham Road Government Primary School premises were originally built between 1940 and 1941

Tsuen Wan waterfront have been fully opened
The Tsuen Wan waterfront section's route has been uploaded onto the HKeMobility mobile app

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