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Tag: Office Market

The History and Future of High-rise Buildings in China Part of Real Estate Week in Shanghai

UrbanPAECO Real Estate Week Asia, organized by UrbanPAECO JFPS Group, will be held on March 24 – 27th ,2014 in Shanghai. It is consisted of a Pre-event Cocktail and three conferences. • Pre-event Cocktail (March 24, 2014) which is by Read More

Building Conservation and History Intrinsic to Singapore’s Master Plan

Under the heading ‘Cherished places, an endearing home’ Singapore’s URA has stated that Places that are meaningful to Singaporeans will be conserved where possible while new spaces will be created for the community to forge new ties. To safeguard our Read More

Shopping Malls Still Occupy Important Place Despite Emergence of Online Shopping

8 October 2014 (Hong Kong) – Knight Frank and Holdways have jointly published the latest China Retail Property Market Watch report. Despite local and global economic uncertainties, China’s retail sales reached RMB12.4 trillion in the first half of 2014, up Read More

HUAWEI to Open UAE Headquarters Designed by IO

Huawei recently announced its partnership with MENA’s largest ICT hub, Dubai Internet City (DIC) – a member of TECOM Group, to establish its national headquarters in the UAE. This long term investment will help to drive the country’s vision to Read More

Transportation and Property Development Are Inseparable in the New China

Planning of transportation networks from bike paths to metros to airports and urban property development have become inseparable as Chinese cities expand leading to a boom of transit/transport oriented development (TOD). The TOD phenomenon and its implications will be explored Read More

Construction Activity Continues to Rise, But More Moderately

All responses considered in the Q2 2013 RICS Hong Kong Construction Market Survey show that ultimately, sentiment in the construction industry remains generally positive. While construction activity continues to rise however, there have also been signs of slowing down. First Read More