“Some future neighbors of the north downtown ballpark are worried that it won’t have the ground-level retail as originally recommended.
Recent plans for the new No-Do stadium, which include less ground-level retail space than originally planned, have caused concerns among the complex’s future neighbors.”
[SOURCE: Omaha.com Money Section].
Ambitious plans to provide a cycle hire scheme in London by May 2010 are achievable according to a feasibility study released on the 18 November. Transport for London has now invited companies interested in running the scheme to get in touch with them.
SOURCE: Greater London Authority – Press Release.
The developer for Calgary’s East Village will reveal the plans for the redevelopment to the public today. The project has suffered many delays and false starts over many years.
The plans for the first stage will redevelop a 4km section of the riverwalk connecting the East Village to Downtown.
Read the SOURCE @ Calgary Herald – East Village Riverwalk plan debuts.
Macua is looking into developing resorts with a difference, currently most of the resorts in Macau cater mainly for gamblers with the numerous casinos opening up over the last 5 years.
The change in direction from Developers in Macau is not only due to a the economic downtown with developers such as Sands laying off 11,000 workers but also due to the recent visiting restrictions for Mainland visitors.
From our own visits to Macau we found that in the last 12 months food prices in restaurants have increased dramatically, taxi fares have risen over 20% and most of all the resorts are geared towards gamblers not families.
Families have realised that after to going to Macau once and you have seen the historical sites there is not much else for families to do if you go for a second trip.
Inspiration for Landscape Architect Media article was “Macau mulls plans to develop more integrated resorts to attract visitors” posted by Channelnewsasia.com