US-based real estate investment company CIM Group has announced closure on a loan of more than $600m provided by JP Morgan Chase Bank for the construction of 85 Jay Street mixed-use project in DUMBO neighbourhood, Brooklyn in New York City.
Property investment and development group Conygar Investment has submitted planning application to the Nottingham City Council for a new mixed-use scheme on the former Boots Island site in Nottingham, UK.
Qatar Public Works Authority Ashghal has completed the construction of Qatar University Health Centre for the Ministry of Public Health as part of the government plan for the development of the health sector.
Ohio-based FC Cincinnati has announced principal development partners for its $200m Major League Soccer stadium in the West End neighbourhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Regeneration developer and investor U+I has been appointed by Anglian Water and Cambridge City Council as master planner and promoter to develop a residential-led mixed-use urban quarter at the existing water recycling centre in north Cambridge.
Construction has begun on a new boutique office tower in Brisbane’s Golden Triangle in Australia.
GE Appliances, a Haier company, has invested $115m in expanding the refrigerator plant at Decatur in Alabama, US.
Louisville City Football Club (LCFC) has broken ground on LouCity’s new 11,300-seat stadium, at the Butchertown stadium development site at Cabel and Adams streets.
UK-based Fruition Properties has received planning approval for the construction of a 20-storey residential tower, 2,300ft2 of commercial space, a new church, nursery and community facilities at Old Oak and Park Royal on Scrubs Lane, near Kensal Green, in NW10 area.
Havering and Wates Regeneration, a joint venture between the London Borough of Havering and Wates Residential, has appointed a team of consultants to work on phase one of the Havering regeneration project in London.
Messer Construction has secured a $241m contract from Lexington Center to build the new and expanded Lexington Convention Center in Kentucky, US.
Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the executive arm of the government of Oman for the development of the tourism sector, and Majid Al Futtaim have partnered to develop an OMR5bn ($13bn) mixed-use community in Muscat, Oman.
The London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP),the local enterprise partnership for London, has approved plans for £300m regeneration of the Royal Docks in east London.
Pembrokeshire County Council has decided to unanimously approve a revision to the outline planning consent of the Port of Milford Haven’s Milford Waterfront development project.
Mercedes-Benz Cars, a division of German automobile manufacturer Daimler, will produce the next generation of the C-Class in East London, South Africa, and invest €600m in expanding the plant.
Construction began on the first phase of Hamburg Innovation Port, a 70,000m² mixed-use development at the inner harbour of Hamburg-Harburg in Hanse City, Germany.
Italian company Astaldi Group has won four new construction contracts in Italy, Poland, Sweden and Mexico. The company’s share in the contracts is worth €243m.
Leeds City Council, working with the Environment Agency and BMM JV, has released initial sketches of the £112m next phase of the Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme to reduce flood risk in the city.
The Bernstein Companies and its joint venture partner Boston Properties have broken ground on the future Marriott International headquarters and Marriott Hotel in downtown Bethesda, Maryland.
The Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) has submitted an application to the Development and Planning Commission for a public consultation on proposals for the construction a new national stadium on the site of the current Victoria Stadium to host international matches.