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taipei's most expensive residence - treasure palace apartments:

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how swanky! i wonder how they compare to the luxury condos in nyc, chicago, and the west coast price-wise.
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The Ellipse 360 Tower, Residential Building
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I love the sign on the mailbox on this one.
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152m 38F under proposed






LOVE THIS BUILDING!! NICE CLEAN DESIGN!! GO I.M. PEI!!!! ABOUT TIME YOU HAD A NEW PROJECT IN TAIWAN!! AND THANK YOU FOR CREATING AN ELLIPTICAL SHAPED BUILDING OTHER THAN CONVENTIONAL BOXY SQUARE!!! AND USING LOTS OF GLASS!! TAIWAN NEEDS MORE OF THIS!!!!

thanks for posting william!!
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LOVE THIS BUILDING!! NICE CLEAN DESIGN!! GO I.M. PEI!!!! ABOUT TIME YOU HAD A NEW PROJECT IN TAIWAN!! AND THANK YOU FOR CREATING AN ELLIPTICAL SHAPED BUILDING OTHER THAN CONVENTIONAL BOXY SQUARE!!! AND USING LOTS OF GLASS!! TAIWAN NEEDS MORE OF THIS!!!!

thanks for posting william!!
I don't want this building be built, because it is in the Yang Ming Shan if you consider the location. I hate someone put skyscraper in the mountain.

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單棟住宅建築類 第一名 House Flora
地點:台中市
設計單位:behet bondzio lin建築師事務所+何東光建築師







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單棟住宅建築類 第二名 A House with Wings
地點:新竹縣
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集合住宅建築類(四層以下) 優勝 宜蘭五結簡宅
地點:宜蘭縣五結鄉
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Six Art Housing Sales Center Building by Lab Modus

The Six Art Housing Sales Center building situated along a main road near a Hi-tech Park of Northern Taiwan, Hsinchu County – Taiwan. The 950 sqm building consists of two major programs- residential sales center and model house. The massing of this project has triangulated and folded geometry wrapping up the interior space in order to achieve prominent form and dynamic circulation within the building. The architects provide a unique spacious experience for both the consumers and the neighborhood as well.



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Old Posted Aug 9, 2011, 4:14 AM
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i really want to see the renderings of the design for this housing complex!!


http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...googlenews_wsj

Developer Ventures Outside City—to Taiwan

By LAURA KUSISTO

The late Seymour Durst, one of New York's storied real-estate developers, famously pledged never to buy a building he couldn't walk to. But for the first time in more than 95 years, the Durst Organization is investing in a real-estate project outside of New York City—in Taiwan no less.

Douglas Durst, Seymour's son, is set to sign a pact Monday with Dajun Yun, chief executive of Vantone Real Estate Co., to invest in each others' new residential projects. Vantone will invest $11 million in the Durst's 570,000-square-foot rental, hotel and retail development at 855 Sixth Ave., which is scheduled to break ground next spring.

In return, Durst has pledged $11 million to Vantone's hilltop 278-home luxury complex in New Taipei City, Taiwan. The project is expected to break ground by November.

Mr. Durst, who heads his family-owned company, said in an interview that he only decided he wanted to invest in Greater China after he toured the region, witnessing that it "is on the cusp" of real-estate development in many ways.

The deal comes at a time that the Durst family is growing and casting a wider net for new business. Six members are currently involved in the development business, including Mr. Durst's cousin, Jody Durst, who has taken over as president of the company. The next generation is 24 strong.

The partnership will be overseen by Douglas Durst's son, Alexander, 40 years old, who is currently co-vice president of the company.

The Durst's $11 million investment in the Taipei City project is small for a developer responsible for many trophy office and residential towers in Manhattan. But Mr. Durst describes it as the first step toward a potential long-term relationship.

Mr. Durst, the third generation involved in the family-owned Durst Organization, met executives from real-estate developer Vantone because their parent company agreed to lease space at 1 World Trade Center in 2009. After that lease was signed, Mr. Durst was tapped by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to become a partner in 1 World Trade, slated to be the tallest tower at the rebuilt World Trade Center.

After Mr. Durst became involved as a developer, Vantone persuaded him to take two trips to Greater China.

Joseph Durst, an Austrian-Jewish immigrant, founded the firm in 1915 with the purchase of the Century Building at One West 34th Street. His son, Seymour, took over and developed numerous office buildings on Third and Sixth avenues.

Under the leadership of Douglas Durst, 66, the company has undertaken increasingly ambitious projects, such as the country's first green skyscraper, Four Times Square, and the 2.35 million-square-foot Bank of America Tower at 1 Bryant Park.

But while the Dursts have done more to populate the Manhattan skyline than almost any developer, they've yet to venture beyond the five boroughs.

Mr. Durst said it was easier to take a leap of faith in investing overseas because he sees a lot of similarities between his company and Vantone. "Their biggest concern is to make the apartments as usable as possible and they're very concerned about the environment," he says.

For Vantone, a 20-year-old mainland Chinese real-estate developer, this will be the first investment in New York City.

"We think that the real estate market in the United States is in the valley of the curve," said Dajun Yun, chief executive of Vantone, in an interview. "This is the first investment. We are looking forward to having more and more cooperating and investment with Durst."
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Old Posted Aug 9, 2011, 11:34 AM
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here's the website for the housing projects. some of them have been built and talked about already in this forum. the tall white oval tower was designed by pei cobb freed which is in their website. that building's completed. i think there might be another tower planned judging from the rendering in the below website:

http://www.vantonetaipei2011.com/English/index.html
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Old Posted Sep 6, 2011, 3:27 AM
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this one's pretty nice. i think it's funny they throw in buildings in the ad renderings that arent even there, especially if they're famous buildings from other cities. they shouldnt be allowed to do that as it's completely false. i mean look at all those non-existant skyscrapers in the last pic. that is not taipei!!

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