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Ranjith Dharma

ZOM to develop 39-storey residential tower in Dallas Arts District, US

A Las Vegas hotel has removed guests from 20 percent of its rooms amid concerns remodelling work was undertaken without proper permits. Guests were removed from 600 of Harrah’s 3000 rooms as a voluntary measure to allow building inspectors access, Associated Press reports. Har

Muse unveils plans for Aberdeen’s Marischal Square redevelopment

Muse Developments has unveiled plans for the new £107m redevelopment of Marischal Square in Aberdeen city centre.

Populous-designed Cubs Park opens in Chicago, US

The new spring training home of the Chicago Cubs, the $99m Cubs Park, has opened in the US.

Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Thomas Chow architects to design new Island School in Hong Kong

Denmark-based Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects and Hong Kong-based Thomas Chow architects have been selected to design the new Island School in Hong Kong, China.

New head office of Federation of Korean Industries opens in Seoul

Terrorist attacks on London and Sharm El-Sheikh and recovery from the Boxing Day tsunami of 2004. International political tensions. 2005 was in many ways a tumultuous year. But how have hotels performed? Nina Bruun, from the HotelBenchmark Survey by Deloitte, reports on the industry’s mixed fortunes.