GP Part of Team Realizing Major TOD in Taiwan

Mixed-use TOD planned in Hsinchu; image courtesy of Goettsch Partners

Chicago-headquartered architecture firm Goettsch Partners (GP) announced on January 12 it is part of a team selected to design and develop a major, mixed-use transit-oriented development (TOD) in Hsinchu, considered the “Silicon Valley of Taiwan.” GP is joining Taiwan-based development partners Honhui Group and Kingdom, both of which it has worked with before, to realize a 149,500-m2 project punctuated by 40- and 26-story towers flanking a multilevel retail and entertainment complex. The city’s high-speed rail station will connect directly to the complex. A collaboration with local architect TMA Architects & Associates and landscape architect SWA Group, the design was inspired by Hsinchu’s being known as the “city of wind,” with sweeping curves and flowing landscape throughout. The first phase is slated for completion in 2027, followed by the second phase in 2029.

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