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Neoscape Projects in the News: July

Boston Landing complex transforms Brighton

Boston Landing continues to make headlines in July as The Boston Globe included the project in a round-up of several big real estate developments underway that are transforming Boston’s outer neighborhoods. Projects like Boston Landing are making the city feel bigger and are bringing major employers to new parts of the city. Aside from the state-of-the-art New Balance headquarters, Boston Landing will include offices for tech and life science companies, a hotel, an apartment building and a track-and-field center. The Boston Celtics recently announced they would build a practice facility there as well, and the Boston Bruins practice facility is currently underway. The Bruins will not be the only owners of the rink, however, as Boston Magazine reported this month that the National Women’s Hockey League Boston Pride will also call Warrior Ice Arena at Boston Landing home this upcoming season. See our rendering of the development here:




Moshe Safdie’s Jewel Changi Airport crowned International Architecture Award winner

As reported by Channel NewsAsia, Jewel Changi Airport, Moshe Safdie’s under-construction mixed-use complex in Singapore, won the 2016 International Architecture Award this past month. According to The Moodie Davitt Report, the award was given out by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Jewel Changi Airport is expected to open in early 2019 and will feature a five-story garden filled with greenery, and an indoor waterfall. We created the renderings for the project, which will include a range of lifestyle offerings including shopping and dining options, duty free and travel retail stores in the terminals, play attractions, a hotel and facilities for airport operations according to TRBusiness. Jewel Changi Airport Development CEO Hung Jean shared, it has “always been our aspiration for Jewel to be a world-class development that will not only strengthen Changi Airport’s air hub status, but also enhance Singapore’s tourism appeal.”






A case study on the Riyadh Metro

Last month, the Riyadh Metro saw the completion of the excavation works for its Green Line, according to Construction Week Online. The $2.2 billion Green Line is a part of the $23 billion Riyadh Metro network, which will eventually include six total lines. The entire project encompasses 85 stations and six main lines that will service most areas of Riyadh, including government, commercial and residential buildings and schools. In July, Thyssenkrupp, one of the world’s leading elevator companies, was awarded a contract to design, manufacture, supply, install and maintain 641 elevators and escalators for Lines 1 and 2 of the Riyadh Metro in Saudi Arabia according to TradeArabia. As the massive project continues to come together, view our rendering of the metro here:



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