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Infrastructure, Hotels & Mixed Business | Asia


The owners of Melbourne's prestigious 101 Collins Street tower and upmarket Grand Hyatt hotel have failed in a bid to stymie plans for a multi-storey tower that will cut across the views of their tenants and guests.



Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest metropolitan area with a total population of nearly 14 million people, is the economic powerhouse of Vietnam, contributing almost one quarter to the country’s GDP.


A Fishermans Bend high-rise project proposed by local developer R.Corporation has been given the green light after the developer took planning minister Richard Wynne to the tribunal.



Aoyuan International has rounded out 2017 finalising three acquisitions valued at more than $100M, further entrenching itself in the Australian market and indicating plans to diversify beyond apartments.


Its offical, the Barangaroo precinct has its own eco system.


Lendlease has lodged a development application for a 55-storey “premium-grade office tower” for Sydney’s Circular Quay.


The Andrews government has struck a landmark deal with developer Villawood, swapping a cash contribution to its infrastructure fund for a 3.5-hectare school site in Truganina.


Documents seen by the ABC and Fairfax reveal taxpayers will be slugged almost $3 billion to complete a planned revamp of Central Station in Sydney.


Queensland is emerging as a new investment hotspot, driven by affordable pricing, strong interstate migration and high levels of government infrastructure spending.



Plans for a permanent park at the intersection of Flinders and Elizabeth streets have been postponed until after a $40 million revamp of an office building on the corner has been completed.


CONSTRUCTION work across the nation has picked up for a ninth straight month, according to new figures.


If the field of cranes dominating Melbourne's skyline is any indication, the apartment construction boom is continuing unabated.



Li Ka-shing's CK Asset Holdings has just sold his interest in The Center, the fifth-tallest building in Hong Kong, for $5.2 billion.


At least 581 apartment buyers have been left in the lurch after a Singaporean developer pulled the plug on a glittering 71 storey Melbourne tower following a long and bitter legal battle that undermined the project.



It is no secret that metropolitan/suburban fringe areas of capital cities are undergoing a significant level of infrastructure spend not witnessed for many decades.



Sydney’s Barangaroo development has won the top award at this year’s prestigious American Architecture Prize.


Sydney and Melbourne rank high in the latest global Skyscraper Index, coming in at sixth and 15th respectively, according to Knight Frank's Global Cities 2018 report.


Just when the sun had started to peek through, the number of cranes dominating the skyline of capital cities has risen, with a record 685 structures around the country.


There is a $62 billion building boom across Sydney's city, from infrastructure projects to commercial, residential and developments sites, which has underpinned the latest wave of demand for physical assets.



A controversial 13-storey tower above the Ormond railway station will go ahead after the Andrews government took control of the land, setting a precedent for other level crossing and major infrastructure projects.