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Developers Plan Miami’s First Supertall

Developers Plan Miami’s First Supertall

By Elevator World | November 22, 2021
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A developer group has applied to build the Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami, Florida YIMBY reports. At 1,049 ft, the mixed-use tower, if approved, will be the first supertall in Miami. The filing lists NYC and Miami-based Property Markets Group as the applicant, along with Canada-based Greybrook Realty Partners. Keller North America is…

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New Designs Released, Development Application Filed For Sydney Tower

New Designs Released, Development Application Filed For Sydney Tower

By Elevator World | November 19, 2021
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Detailed designs have been revealed and a state-significant development application has been submitted for the AUD$891-million (US$648-million) Cockle Bay Park Redevelopment, Architecture AU reported on November 11. The office tower and retail project was designed by Danish firm Henning Larsen with Architectus and McGregor Coxall and will be 183-m tall, with 75,000 m2 of office space and 14,000…

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Tour Triangle Moves Forward Amidst Controversy

Tour Triangle Moves Forward Amidst Controversy

By Elevator World | November 19, 2021
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Initial work on Herzog & de Meuron’s Tour Triangle in Paris is set to begin by the end of this year, The Architect’s Newspaper reported in November. The tower has been met with backlash and a series of legal challenges since first being proposed in 2008. In 2019, an administrative court rejected two appeals filed against…

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Midea Group Reports Elevator Business As Part Of Growth

Midea Group Reports Elevator Business As Part Of Growth

By Elevator World | November 19, 2021
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Data released during Midea Group’s global launch event recently held in Foshan City, south China’s Guangdong Province, show that elevator business has become a new growth engine for the company, China’s leading home appliance manufacturer, Xinhua Net reports. Midea’s building technologies division recorded a 55% increase in its operating revenues in the first three quarters of 2021,…

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IGV Elevator System Helps Identify, Route Riders

IGV Elevator System Helps Identify, Route Riders

By Elevator World | November 19, 2021
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Italian elevator designer IGV Group will show off its new DomusLift platform featuring a technology that helps users access their desired floor even if suffering from disabilities, such as vision problems or blindness, the company announced. DomusLift, designed in collaboration with IGV technical partner Sunell Italia Stark Solution, offers the first IGV lift equipped with…

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London’s Tulip Project Rejected

London’s Tulip Project Rejected

By Elevator World | November 18, 2021
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Housing Minister Christopher Pincher has followed the recommendation of Planning Inspector David Nicholson, rejecting Foster + Partners’ Tulip project, Architects’ Journal reports. The decision ends years of planning wrangling, which started in 2018 when Foster + Partners submitted plans for the 305-m-tall tourist attraction for a site by the Gherkin in the City of London. The City…

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KONE Gets Good Review For Expo 2020 Appearance

KONE Gets Good Review For Expo 2020 Appearance

By Elevator World | November 18, 2021
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KONE is drawing attention as playing a major role in the Expo 2020 event in Dubai, Trade Arabia recently reported. KONE, serving as the national partner of the Finland Pavilion, is helping visitors discover the country’s natural beauty and innovation for education, sustainable technologies and health and wellbeing. The company is showcasing its advanced digitalized products and solutions,…

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TKE's New Brand Identity Wins Two Red Dot Awards

TKE’s New Brand Identity Wins Two Red Dot Awards

By Elevator World | November 18, 2021
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Since February 2021, newly identified TK Elevator (TKE) of Düsseldorf, Germany, has presented itself as a leading global provider of elevators and escalators under its new brand identity and design. These changes were recognized by the well-regarded Red Dot Award in the categories “Brand Design & Identity” and “Corporate Design & Identity,” which judged that…

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IEES In Amsterdam: New Dates Are January 31-February 1

IEES In Amsterdam: New Dates Are January 31-February 1

By Elevator World | November 18, 2021
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Due to the Dutch government’s November announcement of a series of three-week lockdowns as coronavirus cases increased across the country, the International Elevator & Escalator Symposium (IEES), previously scheduled on December 6-7, 2021, at Hotel Okura in Amsterdam, has been rescheduled to January 31-February 1, 2022. Hotel Okura remains the host venue, and rooms that…

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Elevators Coming To 18 Park Locations In Seoul City

Elevators Coming To 18 Park Locations In Seoul City

By Elevator World | November 17, 2021
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South Korea’s Seoul Metropolitan Government announced on November 11 that it plans to install elevators at 18 locations on 13 bridges over the Han River by 2026, The Korea Bizwire reports. The project aims to improve access for bicyclists and pedestrians who visit parks along the river, spanned by 23 bridges. The 10 bridges that will not…

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