British construction, property services and development company Wates Group has commenced construction of homes on Lowfield Green in York.
US-based company Clune has completed the construction of DataGryd’s MegaSuite 6 facility in New York City.
British kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens has secured permission from North Lincolnshire Council for the construction of a £120 m ($150m) kitchen manufacturing facility behind the existing factory in Barton-upon-Humber.
Aman and OKO Group have secured $750m loan from Cain International to finance the construction of the $1.25bn Aman New York development in Manhattan, New York, US.
US-based healthcare investment firm Deerfield Management has unveiled plans to invest $635m (£514.3m) to build a new healthcare innovation campus in New York City.
BAM Construction has been selected as a preferred contractor by the UK-based property developer Commercial Estates Group (CEG) for the first phase of £350m South Bank regeneration scheme in Leeds, UK.
US-based LED products and semiconductor maker Cree is planning to a build silicon carbide fabrication facility near Utica in New York, US, with an investment of $1bn (£803.4m).
Extell Development Company, in partnership with Shanghai Municipal Investment subsidiary SMI USA (SMI), has announced that the Central Park Tower has topped out at 1,550ft in midtown Manhattan, US, making it the tallest residential building in the world.
John Sisk & Son has been selected by the City of York Council as construction partner to deliver enabling infrastructure works worth up to £155m for the York Central project.
Real estate investment firm Brennan Investment Group has broken ground on Colorado Logistics Park, a project on located 61 acres of land, consisting of five buildings, totalling 954,311ft² of space.
CIM Group has secured a long-term lease with healthy lifestyle brand Life Time to bring a 77,000ft² luxury athletic resort to Front & York, a mixed-use, full-service luxury residential and retail project at 85 Jay Street in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighbourhood.
American pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced an additional $500m (£408m) investment in a gene therapy manufacturing facility being constructed in Sanford, North Carolina.
South Carolina-based real estate company Greystar has broken ground on a residential development in Portland, Oregon.
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and Homes England, the national housing and regeneration agency for England, have announced plans for the development of 1,300 new homes in Ripon, North Yorkshire.
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler (HFF) has secured $550m (£439.2m) in financing for the expansion of the luxury retail destination Bal Harbour Shops in Florida, US.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the start of construction on $72m (£56.7m) mixed-use affordable and supportive housing development, Nevins Street Apartments, in Downtown Brooklyn.
Stantec, a professional services company, has announced the completion of construction on the $300m (£236.5m) New York Proton Therapy Center in East Harlem, New York City, US.
A joint venture, led by infrastructure firm Aecom, has won a contract worth $107.4m from the New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC) for the programme manager for development of four new correctional facilities.
Choice Hotels International has announced the start of construction on new Cambria Hotel, being developed by Hotel Motel, in Fort Lauderdale Beach, Florida, US.
Kings Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) has received approval from Islington Council for its W Zone, which features three mixed-use buildings, known as W1, W2 and W3, at King’s Cross in London.