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Construction Begins on New Elevator Factory In Bosnia

By Elevator World | July 20, 2021

Croatian elevator company Metus has launched the construction of an elevator factory in Bosnia, SeeNews reports. The factory, which is located in Tomislavgrad in the southwestern part of Bosnia, will specialize in the production of elevators and will act as a center for elevator maintenance and service. The factory will also be used as a training…

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Contractor Selected for Mixed-Use Tower on London Fringe

Contractor Selected for Mixed-Use Tower on London Fringe

By Elevator World | July 16, 2021

British Land hired longtime collaborator McLaren Construction as the general contractor for Phase 2 of Aldgate Place on London’s city fringe, with work set to start in the third quarter of this year, Construction Enquirer reports. On the drawing board are 136,000 ft2, housing 159 build-to-rent apartments, 19,000 ft2 of office space and 8,000 ft2 for retail and…

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Work Begins on 410 Wabash Avenue Tower in Chicago

Work Begins on 410 Wabash Avenue Tower in Chicago

By Elevator World | July 16, 2021

Work has officially begun on a 260 ft, 25-story mixed-use tower at 410 Wabash Avenue in Chicago’s The Loop, Chicago YIMBY reports. The project is expected to have 8,000 ft2 of ground-level retail, 344 apartments and various amenities, including a lobby, coffee bar and dog walk on the first floor, a pool deck with grilling stations and a…

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NYC Church To Become Office Tower

NYC Church To Become Office Tower

By Elevator World | July 15, 2021

The existing Calvary Baptist Church and Salisbury Hotel at 125 West 57th Street in NYC will be demolished to make way for a new, 26-story building, including the church’s new space, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and the New York Post report. The project is moving forward after a year-long delay due to a construction lender…

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Construction Begins on AUD190-Million Melbourne Tower

Construction Begins on AUD190-Million Melbourne Tower

By Elevator World | July 13, 2021

Construction has begun on a 27-story tower at 130 Little Collins, Melbourne, Architecture AU reports. Designed by Cox Architecture, the AUD190-million (US$142-million) structure will include column-free office floorplates from the second to the 27th floor, with a wraparound garden terrace on the eighth floor and a rooftop garden. The tower will also include a first-class lounge with private…

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Construction Of Condominiums Begins In Montreal

Construction Of Condominiums Begins In Montreal

By Elevator World | June 25, 2021

Construction has begun for the 22-story Imperia Condominiums in Montreal, ACQ Construire reports. The project was launched in the summer of 2020 by partners DevMcGill, OMNIA Technologies and Quebecor, and is designed by Provencher_Roy. The building, located at the corner of Bleury and Mayor streets, will include studios and one-bedroom condominiums that will range from 300-513 ft2 and…

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Construction Contract Signed for Glasgow Build-to-Rent Tower

Construction Contract Signed for Glasgow Build-to-Rent Tower

By Elevator World | June 15, 2021

Build-to-rent developer Platform_ has signed a contract with contractor Graham to begin construction on a tower in Glasgow, Urban Realm reported in June. Designed by Keppie, the tower, called Central Quay, will be constructed on the bank of the River Clyde and will provide nearly 500 apartments across four blocks, with a 20-story tower rising above them.…

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Construction Activity Declines, Stays Above Pre-Covid Levels

Construction Activity Declines, Stays Above Pre-Covid Levels

By Elevator World | June 15, 2021

Construction activity in the U.K. fell 2% in April, but continues to stay above pre-COVID levels for the second straight month, Building reported in June. Construction output in March of this year was 2.4% above that of February 2020, the last fully unaffected month before lockdowns took place in March 2020. This is the first time in…

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Developer Set to Launch COVID-Delayed Project

Developer Set to Launch COVID-Delayed Project

By Elevator World | June 2, 2021

Precinct Properties New Zealand has announced it will start construction on the COVID-19-delayed One Queen Street redevelopment in Auckland after a substantial redesign, The Urban Developer reported on May 27. The NZX-listed company is one of the biggest owner-developers of premium city center real estate in the country, and will redevelop the premium site on the waterfront…

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Construction Worker Dies in Elevator Shaft Fall in NYC

Construction Worker Dies in Elevator Shaft Fall in NYC

By Elevator World | May 25, 2021

A 32-year-old worker was pronounced dead at a local hospital after falling four stories down an elevator shaft at a construction site in Long Island City, Queens, NYC, on May 22, New York Daily News is among outlets to report. Authorities say the man fell from the sixth to the second floor at approximately 9:30 a.m. at…

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