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Infrastructure, Hotels & Mixed Business | Asia


Thailand is seeking to take on Singapore’s dominance in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul with a $5.7 billion upgrade of a Vietnam War-era airport.


The recent Belt & Road (B&R) Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing was attended by numerous international leaders and organizations and discussed topics including currency swaps, policy, infrastructure and trade.


Using Japanese lumber for the centerpiece venue, Kengo Kuma wants to restore woods that Tokyo lost half a century ago in the blitz to build highways, bullet trains and skyscrapers to showcase the recovery from wartime devastation. 


A small rainbow village in Indonesia may have just become the most colorful place on earth, practically overnight.


The unreal emptiness of China’s vision of a new Manhattan and other mega-city developments has drawn unflattering international press coverage and come to symbolize the folly and financial risks of debt-fueled infrastructure projects and runaway urbanization. 


Erwin Sikma is using his talent for renovation to breathe new life into the Myanmar city’s heritage properties


A prominent figure in Melbourne’s development industry has come up with a concept to disguise the controversial new sky rail overpasses in order to reduce the visual impact of the elevated sections.


Western Australia will get a A$2.3 billion ($1.7 billion) road-and-rail infrastructure package in this week’s federal budget, the national government said on Sunday.


On the hilly and tropical island of Hainan, local officials and companies are investing billions of dollars to transform a string of riverside villages into a medical tourism destination.


Australia’s government said it will build a long-awaited second airport for Sydney after the operator of the city’s existing hub ruled out developing the project because of the “considerable” risks to shareholders.


New Zealand’s government announced plans to substantially increase infrastructure spending to help sustain economic growth and cope with a swelling population.


As he seeks models for his planned $1 trillion infrastructure program, President Donald Trump is looking halfway around the world for inspiration: Australia.


The City of Port Phillip could easily have ended up with a completely different scheme for a new football club in Port Melbourne, rather than this one designed by K20 Architecture.



The revamp of Sydney's north shore commercial sector involves more than $2 billion worth of investment developments that are in the pipeline over the next few years.


Record low yields and negative interest rates are pushing investors from Japan to China into funding infrastructure projects across the globe to bolster ailing income, according to Australia’s biggest listed wealth manager AMP Ltd.


Chinese construction shares surged after Xinhua News Agency reported President Xi Jinping will create a new economic zone in Hebei province to rival Shenzhen and Pudong district in Shanghai.


The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) announced that Ping An Finance Center is officially complete according to CTBUH criteria.


Melbourne CBD’s education sector continues to grow with the total amount of space leased in 2016 up over 200 per cent on the previous year, according to a Savills Research survey, while recent hikes in land taxes has exacerbated stock level shortages and put increasing upward pressure on rents. 


The InterContinental Hotel Group is expanding its footprint with a new Holiday Inn planned in Sydney's Chinatown.


Strong growth in the healthcare sector – underpinned by Australia’s ageing population – has sparked the sale of a medical facility on the Mornington Peninsula.