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The Galleria

The Galleria on Al Maryah Island is conceived to be the ultimate fashion, luxury retail and dining destination in the Middle East. Located on Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi, The Galleria combines the latest trends in fashion and dining in a modern, vibrant and striking waterfront environment. Two…
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Related and City of Santa Clara announce start of innovative mixed-use development and unveil Foster + Partners’ design

Related Companies, the nation’s most prominent private real estate developer, and the City of Santa Clara today unveiled bold new architectural plans for the first phases of the Foster + Partners-designed Santa Clara development⁠—a vibrant, 9.2-million-square-foot mixed-use site in the heart of…
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Silicon Valley getting its own version of NYC's Hudson Yards

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Foster + Partners masterplans major mixed-use development in Silicon Valley

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Uber Elevate announces partnership with Related Companies to develop skyports for Uber Air

Today Uber Elevate announced that Related Companies will be its preferred development partner supporting its Uber Air network in the United States. As part of this partnership, Uber and Related have collaborated on a vision for a future skyport at Related’s 240-acre Santa Clara development to…
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The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion is now open

The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion is now open and welcomes the community to Abu Dhabi’s newest lifestyle destination. The expansion builds on the success of The Galleria’s Luxury Collection, which has seen year-over-year sales growth every year since opening in 2013. The Galleria Al Maryah…
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The Galleria Al Maryah Island has officially opened its stunning new extension

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New $300 million U-M research and education center to anchor 14-acre Detroit Center for Innovation in the heart of Detroit

Multi-building Detroit Center for Innovation to include 190,000-square-foot academic building operated by University of Michigan U-M academic building to serve 1,000 graduate and senior-level undergraduate students pursuing advanced degrees in high-tech innovation industries, to be financially…
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