WTCP – Perth World Trade Center – Western Australia - Project Profile
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World Trade Center Perth (WTCP), a subsidiary of World Trade Centers Association Inc (WTCA) is planning to undertake the construction of World Trade Center in Western Australia, Australia.
The project involves the construction of twin towers comprising 75-storey and 36-storey respectively on 1.9ha of land. It includes the construction of residential units, a hotel, commercial facilities, a convention centre, retail facilities, recreational facilities, which will include a building above the existing train line and other related infrastructure, and installation of elevators and safety systems.
Woods Bagot has been appointed as architect for the project.
In January 2017, the project secured initial approvals and negotiations underway for the WA government's owned land located between Perth and McIver railway stations.
The project plans are under detailed assessment of Government of Western Australia to determine the proponent’s financial and technical capacity to deliver the project.
The project involves the construction of twin towers comprises 75-storey and 36-storey respectively on 1.9ha of land in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
The US$1,400 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of residential units
2. Construction of a hotel
3. Construction of commercial facilities
4. Construction of a convention centre
5. Construction of retail facilities
6. Construction of recreational facilities parking facilities
7. Construction of parking facilities other related facilities
8. Construction of other related facilities
9. Installation of elevators
10. Installation of safety and security systemsReasons To Buy
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