Phase Two extension of Indigo Beijing to commence work
Swire Properties recently announced that it will collaborate with Sino-Ocean Group to develop an extension of Indigo, Beijing, on a site adjacent to the existing development. The total investment for this new development is expected to be RMB23 billion

Pinghe Bibliotheater, Shanghai
When OPEN Architecture were given the extensive and jumbled-together program of a new school for 2000 students aged from 3 to 18 years, the immediate reaction was how dreadful it would be for a kid spending these many years fixed in one building. It was decided to break away from the current trend of school-as-megastructure

Baiyuan Airport Phase 3 construction commenced
Designed to handle 870,000 flights and 140 millions passengers annually by 2045. Phase 3 Expansion has commenced construction recently. At present, the airport has three runways and two passenger terminals in operation which serves 80 million passengers annually ...

GILE 2020 closes, celebrating 25 year anniversary milestone
The next edition will take place from 9-12 June 2021 and will be again held at the China Import and Export Fair Complex

Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition opens its doors this week
GILE 2020 welcomes 2,028 exhibitors from eight countries and regions spanning 18 halls and 190,000 sq m

Zhongshan OCT Harbour shopping mall and apartments designs unveiled
A cultural-tourism project in Shiqi aimed to be a recreational destination in the west coast of the GBA

Hengqin International Financial Centre (IFC) completed
The design is inspired by "The Nine Dragons", a famous stroll of Chinese painting from the Song Dynasty

Redevelop of Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport
The initial scheme envisions three interconnecting buildings linked by a sunken street, incorporating office, retail, and cultural spaces. Adjacent to a Chinese history museum on one side and a shopping mall on the other, this mixed use project will run parallel to the remaining runway, which has been kept in its original...

Work on new urban areas, new bridge, airport expansion to begin in 2021
Macao new urban zone Area A is expected to provide a total of 28,000 public housing units. MOP2 billion contract to develop Areia Preta elderly housing project awarded, with expected completion in 2023

The Londoner Macao to open in January 2021
Macau International Airport is expected to receive 3.8 million passengers in 2021

Solar energy scheme opens
The scheme aims to promote the development of local renewable energy

23 building plans approved in November
The department also issued 22 occupation permits

Kai Tak site to be sold
Fanling industrial site sold

Tung Chung land set for housing
Site selected for green form homes

Central harbourfront site to be sold
The site has a site area of about 47,967 sq m and is designated for non-industrial purposes

22 building plans approved
Consent was given for works to start on 12 building projects

Designing for senior living and community wellness
Ventria Residence is an active elderly community in the form of a senior hostel

11 Skies set to open in phases from 2022
Operated by K11, 11 Skies is a brand new landmark in Hong Kong for locals and tourists covering a gross floor area of 3.8 million sq ft. The destination will feature 2.66 million sq ft dedicated to dining and retail outlets and 570,000 sq ft for experiential entertainment facilities.

Airport City Development supported
An autonomous transport system will connect the HKBCF island, the airport, Skycity and Tung Chung town centre

Peak site to be sold
23 building plans approved in September

Eight Star Street is set for completion in 2022
Designed with smart living and wellness in mind

Hong Kong Palace Museum building structure completed
Funded by Hong Kong Jockey Club, the museum will be opened in mid-2022

21 building plans approved in August
Including six community services developments

Kai Tak site to be sold
Tender invitation will be closed on November 27

Terminal 2 Expansion Works project contract awarded
An approximately HK$12.88 billion contract was awarded to Gammon Engineering

Tai Po site to be sold
19 building plans approved in July

The first concrete MiC high-rise building in Hong Kong topped-out
The project will be completed four months earlier than using conventional construction methods

Railway settlements exceed limit
Construction works at Kai Tak Area 1E Site 2 have been suspended

2 sites to be resumed for residential use
These projects were included in the Urban Renewal Authority's Business Plan for 2017-18

Tech park land parcels available by early 2021
Secretary for Innovation & Technology Alfred Sit presided over the seventh meeting of the Joint Task Force on the Development of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation & Technology Park in the Loop on August 31. Both sides exchanged views on the developments and co-operation of the two innovation and technology parks.

Liantang Port Boundary Control Point opened
Shenzhen-Hong Kong Innovation & Technology Co-operation Zone

Sai Kung site sold
Land resumption notices posted

23 building plans approved
Tuen Mun land set for housing

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