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  1. Thread: Mandai Project

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    Construction for each phase will be broken down into packages based on operational requirements of existing and planned attractions, as well as anticipated contractors’ capabilities and specialisation.

    The current Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and River Safari attract an average of 10,500 visitors daily. By way of comparison, the Singapore Botanic Gardens has a daily visitorship of approximately 12,000.
    The new attractions will be opened in two phases. The first phase is targeted to commence operations in 2020 and the second phase in 2023. The projected visitation is expected to increase significantly in the first few years and reach a steady stage in 2036. Table 2.3 presents the current and the projected visitation levels that have been used as the basis of the concept design development. The increased numbers of visitors will result in a growth of traffic volume. Table 2.4 outlines the breakdown based on different transportation modes.
    Source: https://www.mandai.com/content/dam/mandai/about-mandai/rejuvenation-project/environmental-impact-assessment/Final-EIA-Main-Chapters-and-Annexes.pdf







    The brand launch will be supported by marketing campaigns and activations within the wildlife parks, around Singapore and online. The complete brand changeover—including signages, etickets and corporate attire—is expected to conclude by the end of 2022.
    Source: https://www.campaignasia.com/article/the-making-of-mandai-wildlife-group-a-four-year-branding-project/473286

  2. Thread: The Pearl Qatar

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    The Pearl-Qatar is a US $2.5 billion offshore, Riviera-style man- made island, covering 400 hectares of reclaimed land. It is Qatar's first international real estate venture, the largest real estate development in the country and the first to offer freehold and residential rights to international investors.
    The Pearl-Qatar's name and location, on a former pearl diving site, leverages the country's traditions, and strong historical and cultural ties to the sea. The Pearl-Qatar will eventually house over 30,000 residents in an up-scale, multi-cultural residential community which will be a secure and exclusive Island.
    The four-phase development comprises 10 distinct districts to be developed over five years, with the first investors expected to take up residency in 2007. The Riviera Arabia themed districts will house three luxury hotels, three marinas, with combined mooring for over 700 boats, and 60,000 square m of luxury retail and restaurant space.
    Source: https://www.cedaconferences.org/documents/dredgingconference/downloads/2/technical-visit-thepearl.pdf





    United Development Company Announces Q3 2021 Financial Results
    Net profit of QR 207 million on revenues of QR 1.6 billion
    Source: https://twitter.com/ThePearlQatar


    The Pearl-Qatar has created over 32 km of new coastline for use as a residential estate with an expected 25,000 dwellings and 50,000 residents by the end of 2021.

    Source: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-pearl-qatar

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    The 2020 World Monuments Watch recognizes Ontario Place alongside 24 heritage sites around the globe “in need of timely or urgent action.” In response to the Province of Ontario’s international call for development proposals, the WMF listing demands “an end to top-down decision-making and the embrace of heritage to encourage community dialogue.”


    On July 30th 2021, Provincial Government announced a redevelopment plan for Ontario Place after leading a two-year long bidding process behind closed doors. The long-awaited announcement was finally released. The Province has proposed to parcel out the site to three companies: Austrian spa developers Therme, Live Nation, which manages the Budweiser stage venue, and Ecorécréo, a Montreal-based recreation company. This proposal would transform a large part of Ontario Place into a glass-enclosed water park, but offers no coherent vision for the site or define how it would be managed.

    Source: https://www.futureofontarioplace.org/explore/timeline




    The timeline for the redevelopment is between 2027 and 2030. The park will remain open to the public while construction is taking place.
    Ontario Place continues to attract one million visitors per year, the province said. During the pandemic, the site has become an outdoor destination for people looking to get exercise and socialize. It’s also hosted outdoor movie screenings and drive-in events in partnership with festivals, including TIFF.

    The new venue will have a capacity of 20,000 in the summer and 9,000 in the winter. Live Nation expects to break ground before 2027 and aims to complete the project in 2030.
    Source: https://nowtoronto.com/news/the-future-of-ontario-place-an-adventure-park-botanical-gardens





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