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williamchung taiwan Jul 11, 2013 10:01 AM

Taipei | Taipei Sky Tower | 280m | 46fl | U/C
 
Chinatrust confirms HQ sale to proceed


By Crystal Hsu / Staff reporter






Chinatrust Financial Holding Co (中信金控) yesterday said it will proceed with the sale of its headquarters building and the adjoining Novel Hall Theater in Taipei’s Xinyi District (信義).

The company made the comment after President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) urged Chinatrust Financial to preserve the 16-year-old Novel Hall, Taipei’s first privately owned theater, which Minister of Culture Lung Ying-tai (龍應台) and many others have been petitioning to save.

“Chinatrust Financial plans to move its headquarters to a new building in Nangang District (南港) next year and has no choice but to sell its current headquarters and Novel Hall,” the company said in a statement.

Novel Hall was built by Chinatrust Commercial Bank (中國信託銀行) and is run by a culture foundation linked to Chinatrust founder Jeffrey Koo Sr’s (辜濂松) family.

The bank spent NT$1.2 billion (US$40 million) building the theater and has put an extra NT$1 billion over the past 16 years to maintain its operation, the statement said

Chinatrust Financial said it is up to the buyers of the Xinyi building to decide whether to preserve the theater, but added that if the government could help Chinatrust Financial obtain a suitable piece of land, it would try to build a larger and better theater.

Several property investors are reportedly interested in the Chinatrust Financial building, which is valued at NT$25 billion.


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Chinatrust is moving its Headquarters to Nangang (http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=155872) and intend to sale its old headquarters in Xinyi District. The current building in term of design and floor area does not generate same value as sale price. It mean it has a large possibility that new owner will redevelop and build a taller building on it.

The statutory floor ratio of this zone is 560%. The redevelopment project will gain 50% extra to make it 840%. It can be 200m+ high-rise with this floor ratio.

williamchung taiwan Jul 11, 2013 10:05 AM

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kalifese Jul 11, 2013 7:47 PM

i cant believe they cover up the entire building with ads like that. :uhh:

i hope the new owners will tear this building down and build a nice supertall on it. designed by a globally renowned foreign architect of course!

williamchung taiwan Oct 3, 2013 4:43 AM

看上中國信託松壽大樓 中東主權基金 錢進信義區
2013-10-03 01:20

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記者蔡惠芳/台北報導



近2年外(陸)資在台獵地一覽

 看好兩岸服貿協議可望生效,台灣資產增值潛力可期,外資私募基金子樂資產-Riant Capital,日前砸下48.5億元「錢」進新竹;而中東主權基金-阿布達比穆巴達拉也評估出手買下中信松壽總部大樓。
 被視為2013年壓軸強檔的中信銀松壽大樓標售案,被外資法人鎖定為下一個土洋對決的世紀大標案!
 戴德梁行協理賴一毅表示,中信松壽大樓徵求合建廠商,訴求「三送嫁妝」,附保證買回條款。目前掏錢10萬元購買投標須知的潛在買家,舉凡保險業、大型建商、投資大戶、外資私募集基金等,統統沒缺席。
 據悉,中東國家主權基金-阿布達比穆巴達拉也已私下洽詢;穆巴達拉近3年攜手遠雄企業,積極評估台灣、大陸房地產項目,目前尚未出手。
 除中東主權基金外,不少國外私募基金已大舉來台獵地。仲量聯行董事總經理趙正義表示,美國QE退場牽動握有龐大游資的法人機構下一步資產布局,目前大中華區域躍居為首選,台灣已有多家外資新面孔,投石問路;外資法人Riant Capital日前才砸下48.5億元,收購德安新竹的美麗信酒店和辦公大樓等。
 根據統計,今年以來,已經有豐泰地產、新加坡AIP、大陸央企中檢實業、美國Riant Capital等4組外資買家購買台灣不動產,金額已超過104億元。
 事實上,從2010年以來,海外私募基金、建商即積極在台獵地、買樓。例如去年馬來西亞商Gaw Capital基金以35億元,買下內湖的東京科技總部;前年香港商吉富中華也以41.45億元,買北市忠孝東路的三陽大樓。
 趙正義指出,中東穆巴達拉確實對台灣有高度興趣;另外,有陸資評估來台開發銀髮事業,打算號召大陸銀髮族來台養老。
 戴德梁行賴一毅說,中信松壽大樓採取「比武招親,三送嫁妝」條件,徵求合建廠商。不過,買家關鍵評估重點還是新舞台產權爭議。
 賴一毅表示,新舞台和松壽大樓為同一張建照,拆除或保留,有待台北市政府作最有智慧的定奪,不過,大樓日後若改建,對得標人還有新利多,即現有容積率為600%,依現在法規改建將可擁有840%的容積,可多取得240%容積。

williamchung taiwan Oct 3, 2013 4:49 AM

Chinatrust has set up some condition for this saling.
1. Chinatrust automically gain 5% of total property right (floor area + land).
2. Chinatrust and its subsidiaries will purchase 25% of floor area for branch and office.
3. Chinatrust will remain as priority buyer for rest of 75% floor area.

zmsmln Oct 11, 2013 3:50 AM

really wish 新舞台 can be preserved. the rendering looks fairly cool! it would be awesome if taiwan can have another world-class landmark!

williamchung taiwan Oct 31, 2015 4:33 AM

Chinatrust's old HQ sold for NT$15.1 bil.

By Christine Chou ,The China Post
October 31, 2015, 12:22 am TWN


TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Chinatrust Financial Holding Company (中國信託) announced yesterday the decision to sell its old office building to Green Heaven Investments Limited (BVI) and Sho-he Development Company (SH, 碩河開發) for approximately NT$15.1 billion, gaining more than NT$7 billion from the sale, according to industry experts.




Located in a key location in Xinyi District, Taipei City's commercial hub, Chinatrust's former headquarters has faced difficulty in finding bidders for more than a year. This year, China trust cut back its price, with the lowest offer dropping by NT$5 billion.

Industry watchers speculated that the sale was caught in a deadlock because of the conditions Chinatrust demanded. Among which were that Chinatrust would continue to hold 5 percent of the building's ownership, that a stage should be built with the exact same design as before, that an art space should be built and that future owners should follow the same conditions.

SH is to own 95 percent of the property, with the building registered under its name. The remaining 5 percent remains in the hands of Chinatrust — a strategic move "taking into consideration long-term business plans and (the building's) iconic value for our corporate image," stated the company.

According to Chinatrust, the group and SH will jointly tear down the old headquarters and construct a new building on the same spot.

Industry experts forecast that if the sale is finalized in the fourth quarter, it will likely boost annual revenue for Chinatrust this financial year, and help it jump ahead of Megabank (兆豐銀行) to become Taiwan's third biggest bank by profit gains.

Continental Holdings Corporation (欣陸控股公司), based in mainland China, is the parent company of SH and Green Heaven Investments Limited (BVI).

http://www.chinapost.com.tw/business...trusts-old.htm

williamchung taiwan Mar 4, 2016 11:21 AM

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Demolition begin!
Start from 3/01 to 4/30

kalifese Mar 5, 2016 1:00 AM

are they tearing down that entire building? if so what are they going to build in its place?

Arch&Design Mar 5, 2016 5:54 AM

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Originally Posted by kalifese (Post 7359659)
are they tearing down that entire building? if so what are they going to build in its place?

By this news report I just watched, it'll possibly be a 45 floor hotel and not so surprisingly....another mall

http://www.setn.com/News.aspx?NewsID=103811

williamchung taiwan Mar 5, 2016 9:36 AM

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williamchung taiwan Mar 5, 2016 9:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Arch&Design (Post 7359861)
By this news report I just watched, it'll possibly be a 45 floor hotel and not so surprisingly....another mall

http://www.setn.com/News.aspx?NewsID=103811

The building design has to include theatre in building podium. According to negotiation between Taipei City Government and Chinatrust, the new theatre has to build on exact same location to replace 新舞台. I don't think it will be another mall.

kalifese Mar 6, 2016 4:07 AM

I'm really surprised they're actually going to tear it down as it seems like they rarely ever tear any buildings down in Taipei. Otherwise there wouldnt be so many crappy dirty buildings all over the city. That building is not even that crappy looking compared to other buildings like the shin kong mitsukoshi building or city hall or Taipei main station. Or the crappy concrete apt buildings around xinyi and other high rises. They really need to tear all those down too.

williamchung taiwan Mar 22, 2016 2:24 PM

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kalifese Mar 23, 2016 5:59 AM

what are they going to build in its place? any renderings?

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williamchung taiwan Apr 22, 2016 10:28 AM

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Arch&Design Apr 22, 2016 3:17 PM

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Originally Posted by williamchung taiwan (Post 7416908)

Question: How do they get those excavators on top of the building?! :shrug:

williamchung taiwan Apr 23, 2016 3:12 AM

It is so easy, they can use 250T 300T 400T crane at night.

Arch&Design Apr 23, 2016 10:20 AM

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Originally Posted by williamchung taiwan (Post 7418023)
It is so easy, they can use 250T 300T 400T crane at night.

But its so high though!
And one of those are pretty heavy too
Or do they use those large yellow construction cranes o.O

williamchung taiwan Apr 23, 2016 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Arch&Design (Post 7418138)
But its so high though!
And one of those are pretty heavy too
Or do they use those large yellow construction cranes o.O

400T crane can reach over 90m

kalifese Apr 24, 2016 2:31 PM

but how did they bring the crane on top of the roof?

Arch&Design Apr 24, 2016 3:28 PM

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but how did they bring the crane on top of the roof?

No, the crane lifts the excavator on top of the roof, its still on the ground :tup:

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williamchung taiwan Jul 21, 2016 10:45 AM

信義計畫區中信總部 將變身Taipei Sky Tower新地標
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信義計畫區松壽路、松智路口的A7中信銀松壽總部大樓舊址,要變身了,從去年10月底大陸建設攜手外資私募基金RIANT CAPITAL子樂開發合資成立碩河開發,以151.2270億元得標中信松壽總部大樓之後,目前全案開發藍圖敲定,全棟大樓也已開始拆除了一半,預計11月份會清空;接下來2017年取得建照後將變身為時尚又前衛、最高56層樓的「Taipei Sky Tower」(簡稱TST),成為信義計畫區躋身國際都心的最後一片拼圖。

碩河開發公司董事長、子樂開發總裁詹偉立今(21)日攜手大陸建設董事長張良吉,共同宣布A7的最新建築構想和開發藍圖,將打造為國際級複合式地標建築「TST」。

詹偉立表示,碩河開發將以全新的思維,開發為樓高最高56樓的複合式商業大樓,包括雙品牌的國際飯店、旗艦型零售品牌購物街、創新餐飲,以及展演空間。估計總投資金額,若包括土地購買成本151.2270億元,將超過300億元新台幣,大約10億美元,這在亞洲地區是一項相當可觀的投資手筆。

詹偉立表示,今天子樂也宣布未來規畫及設計藍圖,並首度容易邀請來自倫敦、紐約、米蘭、東京、香港等七家頂尖的國際級建築師事務所,前來競圖,為台灣摩天大樓重新定義;此外,針對「TST」的雙飯店規畫,碩河開發也透過國際標的方式,邀請到八家國際頂級飯店品牌(Ritz Carlton,Four Seasons,Park Hyatt,St.Regis.....等)量身定作前來提案。

(工商)

http://www.chinatimes.com/realtimene...1005246-260410

williamchung taiwan Jul 21, 2016 10:52 AM

中信金原信義區總部將獲碩河投注鉅資開發 2020年完工[size=12px]鉅亨網記者張欽發 台北  2016-07-21 16:53 [/size][/color]
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碩河開發公布對信義區原中信金總部開發將投資逾300億元,預計2020年完工。(圖碩河開發提供)[/size][/align][align=left]碩河開發今(21)日正式公布台北信義A7(原中信金[color=rgb(30, 80, 162)](2891-TW)[/color]總部大樓)建築構想及未來營運藍圖,打造國際級複合式地標大樓 - Taipei Sky Tower(TST),碩河開發將以創新思維規劃雙品牌國際飯店,品牌旗艦購物街區,創新餐飲及展演空間,該案投資金額超過300億元,預計最快2020年完工。[/align]

[align=left]碩河開發總裁詹偉立表示,其願景是要讓台灣看見新世代國際地標大樓如何能同時兼具創新、效能、環保及經濟產值。[/align][align=left]碩河開發指出,於建築設計上,Taipei Sky Tower是全台首次邀請來自倫敦、紐約、米蘭、東京、香港等7間全球頂尖建築師事務所提出建築設計規劃。這些世界級大師皆以地標型大樓 (超過50層樓、介於250-280公尺高建築)為設計主軸與緊鄰的TAIPEI 101彼此相應,更將重新定義台灣摩天大樓規劃概念。[/align][align=left]而台灣零售市場一直以百貨商場型式為主,國際品牌受限於百貨商場營運模式及空間規劃。為此,碩河開發將把TST裙樓街廓打造成長達300公尺「品牌旗艦購物街區」,規劃5-10間、每間200-1000坪的獨立街邊國際型旗艦店,如同走在紐約第五大道、東京表參道的商圈氛圍,將引進多元類型品牌,包括國際精品、家具家飾、快時尚、汽車產示、3C、餐飲等類別,在建築初期就讓品牌參與,為品牌量身打造出完全獨立的建築外觀,不僅是開創台灣品牌旗艦店規劃的創舉,TST更儼然成為品牌競相爭取的旗艦展示空間。[/align][align=left]在飯店營運管理上,碩河開發指出,這次更以國際招標模式邀請八家國際飯店管理集團為本案量身提案。現在積極洽談的品牌包含但不限於Ritz Carlton(麗思卡爾頓)、Four Seasons(四季)、Park Hyatt(柏悅)、St. Regis(聖瑞吉斯)等。而TST建案也轉擁有與過去「台北新舞台」相似規格的全新現代化藝文表演空間,也將在TST孕育下,以全新面貌迎來全球藝文界的目光,也重新定義台北的內涵與能量。[/align][align=center][size=12px][/size][/align][/size]

http://news.cnyes.com/Content/201607...00667557.shtml

williamchung taiwan Jul 21, 2016 12:19 PM

信義區有望出現綠竹筍大樓 預計2020完工

2016年07月21日

台北市信義區可望出現一棟綠竹筍大樓!松勤路上原中國信託總部售出後,現在已經拆除到尾聲,今年11月會移成平地。持有者碩河開發今公布選出5個建築設計案,包括有日本建築團隊設計的劇院概念大樓、高樓層婚禮大樓、還有綠竹筍混合義大利羅馬柱概念的大樓,將會由開發團隊選出。

其中,義大利建築設計團隊提案以綠竹筍為發想,整棟大樓為綠色、形狀以義大利羅馬柱為靈感,據悉頗受設計團隊好評,另外4個獲選的提案也各有特色,目前還未正式決定為哪一個。

原本信義區白色地標原中國信託總部,將開發成56層樓的「Taipei Sky Tower」(簡稱TST),樓地板面積2.6萬坪,開發規模達300億元,預計2020年完工。碩河開發表示,要把此案建造成「台北最精彩的300公尺」。且大樓並非傳統商辦或是商場,是採創意式的低樓層為精品旗艦街、往上依序是有戶外開放空間的時尚餐飲樓層、劇場、和潮流飯店以及奢華飯店。

奢華飯店已經邀請到八家國際頂級飯店品牌,包括Ritz Carlton、Four Seasons、Park Hyatt,St.Regis等量身定作前來提案。



設計案之一是以綠竹筍為設計發想的大樓。(陳宥臻攝)
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設計案之一是方格造型外觀的大樓。(陳宥臻攝)
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此設計案奧妙之處在於側邊鏤空,並有高樓層證婚場地,可看盡信義區美景。(陳宥臻攝)
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此設計案把大樓設計成三個切面,使各樓層可以有更寬廣的視野。(陳宥臻攝)
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此設計案是有空中透明舞台的概念,為日本設計團隊發想。(陳宥臻攝)
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oscarinho Jul 22, 2016 8:01 AM

Very nice! was it a design competition? did they already choose one design?

williamchung taiwan Jul 22, 2016 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by oscarinho (Post 7509770)
Very nice! was it a design competition? did they already choose one design?

Still wait final decision

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williamchung taiwan Aug 3, 2016 12:22 PM

Taipei Sky Tower project unveiled

NEW XINYI LANDMARK:The 50-floor skyscraper is to have a retail podium, a luxury hotel, a lifestyle hotel and a state-of-the-art performance hall, Riant Capital Ltd said

By Crystal Hsu / Staff reporter


The buyers of CTBC Financial Holding Co’s (中信金控) former headquarters and the adjoining Novel Hall yesterday unveiled plans to build a mixed-use landmark called Taipei Sky Tower at the site to house upscale hotels, flagship stores and a theater.
Next to Taipei 101 in the city’s prime Xinyi District (信義), the Taipei Sky Tower represents a bold and innovative investment by private equity fund Riant Capital Ltd (子樂投資), with help from a local partner, Grand River Development Ltd (碩和開發).
“Taipei Sky Tower aims to be the local version of New York’s Fifth Avenue, refining luxury and efficiency in the retail and hospitality industry,” Riant Capital chairman Aaron Chan (詹偉立) told a media briefing.
Riant Capital and Grand River acquired the site last year for NT$15.12 billion (US$471.6 million), unfazed by restrictions and controversy that delayed the sale for two years.
Novel Hall had been the focal point of a preservation drive by prominent Taiwanese artists, cultural experts and politicians.
The Taipei City Government in 2013 declared the theater a cultural heritage, requiring the buyer to build a performance venue of equal size and capacity.
In addition, CTBC Financial is to retain a 5 percent holding, giving it office space in the district.
The string of requirements did not scare away Chan but allowed him more time to plan the acquisition and redevelopment that are expected to cost US$1.1 billion, the largest real-estate transaction led by an private equity fund in Taiwan and the largest single investment currently managed by Riant Capital.
With more than 50 floors above ground, the skyscraper is to have a retail podium, a luxury hotel, a lifestyle hotel and a state-of-the-art performance hall, Chan said, adding that his team is in the process of selecting partners from internationally renowned architects, hotel operators and luxury brands.
While many have voiced concern about a hotel glut in Taiwan following the change in government in May, Chan said there is still healthy demand for luxury lodging facilities in Taipei, especially in the central business district.
Chan has closed several real-estate deals in recent years that generated hefty profits for investors. He did so by remodeling properties to boost their values and rent rates, so they are more attractive to buyers.
Chan said he intends to duplicate this model with the Taipei Sky Tower project, turning it into a city icon that domestic life insurance companies and foreign funds would like to take over after it proves profitable upon completion in 2020.
Christopher Chang (張良吉), chairman of Continental Development Corp (CDC, 大陸建設) and affiliate of Grand River Development that owns a 10-percent stake in the planned tower, said his company will take charge of the construction work.
The tower is to have 500 hotel rooms managed by two international brands, while potential partners include Four Seasons, Ritz Carton, St Regis and Hotel Indigo, he said.
“We will allow tenants the greatest independence and flexibility possible to ensure smooth operations,” he said.
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/biz/.../22/2003651505

williamchung taiwan Aug 3, 2016 12:25 PM

Grand River Development Limited -Redefining Taipei’s Skyline
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July 21, 2016 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time
TAIPEI, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Grand River Development Limited, a company managed by the Taipei based real estate private equity investment company Riant Capital Limited (“Riant Capital”), today announced its plans for Taipei’s most anticipated redevelopment, Taipei Sky Tower (“TST”).

TST is planned to be a mixed-use commercial landmark building at the heart of Taipei’s CBD. Located next to Taipei 101 in Taipei’s prime Xinyi District, TST promises to redefine “luxury and efficiency” in the retail and hospitality sector upon its scheduled completion in 2020. The planned 54-story tower will be over 260 meters in height and comprise of approximately one million square feet in combined floor area. The building is planned to consist of a retail podium, luxury hotel, lifestyle hotel and a state-of-the-art theater house.

“Due to the unique location and street front exposure of the site, we are able to re-create a new whole pedestrian block comprising of independently operated retail and F&B flagship/concept stores that one typically finds in major international cities such as New York, Tokyo or Hong Kong. We believe that this pedestrian shopping experience will offer consumers an attractive alternative to the traditional department store concept and that our innovative approach will further enhance Taipei Xinyi District’s status as a premium business and retail center in Asia,” said Aaron Chan CEO of Riant Capital.

To ensure the international standard of the development, Riant Capital is in the process of selecting from seven internationally renowned architects and eight international hotel operators to be awarded as the designer and hotel operator for the building. Mr. Chan adds, “by combining global experience and regional market know how, we are confident that TST will become a new icon in Taipei and the first true international standard mixed-use tower in Taiwan. Our mission is to build the most value-driven, innovative, aesthetically stunning and environmentally friendly tower that will be appreciated for generations to come.”

Despite the slowing global macro-economic condition, Riant Capital is confident in Taiwan’s prospect as becoming a key tourist destination in Asia. As such, Riant Capital shares a view that the retail and hospitality sectors have strong potential to achieve steady growth. The effect of the growth may be further compounded given the limited supply of international quality retail and hospitality properties in the Taiwan market.

The acquisition and redevelopment is expected to cost US$ 1.1 billion and is currently the largest single investment managed by Riant Capital. The acquisition marks one of the largest real estate transaction led by a PE fund in Asia and the largest deal done by a PE fund in Taiwan to date.

Contacts
Grand PR
Helen Chen, +886-2-2775-2840 ext. 357/+886-910-101-420
helen.chen@grandpr.com.tw
or
Riant Capital
Jocelyn Lo, +886-2-8978-8688 ext. 822/+886-955-775-373
jocelyn.lo@riantcapital.com

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Taipei Sky Tower represents a bold and innovative redevelopment managed by Riant Capital Limited. Our design for an aesthetically stunning, operationally efficient and environmentally friendly, 54-storey tower has been chosen from proposals by seven shortlisted tier one international firms.

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Ho yes! very good. I dont know if this is the one i prefere, but it's very good looking. It has a natural shape, that can go together with the bamboo 101.

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madrian Mar 8, 2017 1:41 PM

What is the latest news on this project? Any updates?

williamchung taiwan Mar 9, 2017 2:53 PM

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Originally Posted by madrian (Post 7733867)
What is the latest news on this project? Any updates?

Developer is developing detail drawing and is preparing document for environmental impact assessment. It will take more than a year.

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