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CTBUH Study Finds 84% Of Tall Buildings Have Been Constructed After 9/11

CTBUH Study Finds 84% Of Tall Buildings Have Been Constructed After 9/11

By Elevator World | September 13, 2021

CTBUH released its latest study, The Global Impact of 9/11 on Tall Buildings, as part of the “Tall Buildings in Numbers” series, the company announced in a press release. The study reveals that 84% of buildings 200 m or taller were built after 2001. The study also finds that 86 of the 100 current tallest buildings in the…

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CTBUH Announces New Organizational Structure, Leadership Changes

CTBUH Announces New Organizational Structure, Leadership Changes

By Elevator World | August 2, 2021

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) announced a new model and leadership changes. CEO Dr. Antony Wood will be assuming the role of president and will assist in the selection of a new CEO, who will work with the board of trustees to “drive success and growth in all aspects of the Council’s operation,”…

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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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CTBUH Announces Their 2021 Conference will be In-Person

CTBUH Announces Their 2021 Conference will be In-Person

By Elevator World | July 7, 2021

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats announced that their 2021 conference will be taking place in person November 8-12. Titled “The Future City: Addressing Carbon, Climate and Societal Crises”, the conference will be held at a dozen or more chapter locations across the Americas, Australia, China, Europe, Middle East, and Southeast Asia, with…

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Tokyo Officials Approve Twin-Tower Residential Project

Tokyo Officials Approve Twin-Tower Residential Project

By Elevator World | June 3, 2021

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat reported May 31 that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has granted approval for construction of the Toyomi District Type 1 Urban Redevelopment Project, a development that will feature twin 53-story condominiums at a planned height of about 189 m and a total of 2077 units. Plans call for a store, a ward…

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Vancouver House Lands Top CTBUH Award and More

Vancouver House Lands Top CTBUH Award and More

By Elevator World | May 24, 2021

Vancouver House, a 49-story residential tower in Vancouver, Canada, boasting TKE elevators that tie those at Calgary’s Telus Sky for fastest in western Canada at 1,600 ft/min, received the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Best Tall Building Worldwide Award at the CTBUH 2021 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference held virtually on May…

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CTBUH Innovation Conference Registration Open

CTBUH Innovation Conference Registration Open

By Elevator World | April 16, 2021

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) welcomes guests and interested parties to register for the 2021 Tall+Urban Innovation Conference, an event that will celebrate the best of tall-building design and construction practices. This virtual gathering, set for May 18-20, will feature more than 250 speakers across all disciplines: tall building owners, developers, occupiers, operators,…

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Hitachi Elevator, KONE add more than 260 units in Shanghai, Chengdu.

By Elevator World | April 1, 2021

Chengdu. Hitachi Elevator Providing 201 Units to Shanghai Metro. KONE Providing 60 Units for Chengdu Magic Cube.

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