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Aberdeen Football Club have submitted plans for a £40 million stadium, which will hold 20,000 spectators and will also have a football academy. The Executive Vice Chairman of Aberdeen Football Club, George Yule stated, “Our vision is to deliver essential community and training facilities and a new stadium, which will collectively support the ambitions of the Community Trust, Club and fans”.
There has been a drop in the number of houses for sale in London due to high taxes, Brexit and the new idea of “don’t move, improve”. The 14% drop in the number of houses on the market is stemming house price growth.
Take a look at Utrecht Rail and Bus station’s undulating roof designed by Dutch firm Benthem Crouwel Architects. The station is the the largest in the Netherlands and is three times the size of the city’s original transport hub.
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Jean Nouvel‘s Torre Agbar skyscraper in Barcelona has been sold for the second time in just three years, as occupants blame the building’s impracticality as the main reason for moving out.
The Trumps and the Obamas are set to be neighbours, as Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner buy a £4.4 million six bedroom house just two streets away from the Obamas in Washington DC.
Britain’s biggest building society, Nationwide, is weighing the sale of a portfolio of commercial property loans worth nearly £3bn months after announcing it would stop lending to the sector.
Beijing lingerie factory by A+Award-winning studio Crossboundaries has created a gap in the middle of their production facility for a Chinese lingerie brand, which encourages employees to go outside on their breaks. Aimer, which specialises in underwear and negligees, first approached the firm to design a 14,000-square-metre factory in 2004.
Danish firms COBE and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects finish their warehouse-inspired housing complex on Copenhagen’s harbour. The complex is 20,000 square metres and is named Krøyers Plads.
European property markets finished 2016 on a high, experiencing both improving fundamentals and further yield compression, according to Savills.
A cross shaped library in Normandy has been completed by OMA and Barcode Architects. The 12,500 square metre Bibliothèque Alexis de Tocqueville was designed so that each of its four wings fan out in the direction of city landmarks. The Abbaye-aux-Dames to the north, the Abbaye-aux-Hommes in the west, the central train station to the south and an area of redevelopment in the east.
Architecture studio Penda has revealed it’s plans to create a network of modular building blocks at the International Horticultural Expo 2019 in Beijing. It will act as an exhibition the exhibition space for Chinese property developer Vanke.