Located in Nanning, China, the capital of the Guangxi province, Goettsch Partners' 86-story Guangxi China Resources Tower is situated along the main east-west road is the city’s tallest building, totals 272,260 square meters, and is composed of the 336-key Shangri-La Nanning hotel, 172,740 square meters of office space, and 5,930 square meters of retail.
As part of the larger redevelopment of Chicago Union Station and additional adjacent real estate owned by Amtrak, the 320 South Canal by Goettsch Partners and Confluence Landscape Architecture adds a new landmark office tower and major public space to the city.
Designed in a partnership between Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture and Goettsch Partners for JDL Development, One Chicago replaces an entire city block bordered by State, Superior, Dearborn, and Chicago—save only the single-story hold-out building at the site’s southwest corner.
Located in the Tonghou district of Beijing, Beijing Tongzhou Poly Metropolitan is a three-building complex designed by Goettsch Partners for Poly Real Estate that boasts an iconic facade while integrating into its site.
Designed by Goettsch Partners together with Epstein Global, the new Mennica Legacy Tower complex, part of a newly approved master plan for development in the CBD of Warsaw, is divided into a 35-story tower on the southeast side of the site and a smaller 10-story building on the west side.
Located in the Moon Bay district of Shenzhen, the CR Financial Headquarters, designed by Goettsch Partners and Guangdong Province Design Institute, is a high-rise tower formed with a triangular shape to maximize unobstructed views of the neighboring greenbelt and the ceremonial gardens to the northeast while orienting the arrival arcade parallel to the south entry road.
Poly 335 Financial Center is poised to be a large-scale mixed-use complex in the Zengcheng district of Guangzhou, China designed by Goettsch Partner with Guangzhou Design Institute Group Co., Ltd. for China Resources Land Limited (CR Land).
At 110 North Wacker, in one of the most desirable riverside locations in Chicago, architects Goettsch Partners have developed a stunning new office tower on an otherwise prime site that had previously laid dormant due to an unusual trapezoidal shape.
Hospitality architect Goettsch Partners (GP) completed the Grand Hyatt Bogotá, an impressive structure with curving glass walls that employ robust double glazing and a highly insulated envelope, ensuring quiet guestrooms and other interior areas.
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