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Paper eres2013_257:
Agglomeration of Global Office Skyscrapers: Lessons Learned

id eres2013_257
authors Dermisi, Sofia
year 2013
title Agglomeration of Global Office Skyscrapers: Lessons Learned
source 20th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Vienna, Austria
summary This paper studies the agglomeration of office skyscrapers across the USA, Europe the Middle East and Asia (198, 22, 34 and 294 buildings, respectively). The paper analyses the construction trends around the world, of skyscrapers 600ft (183 m) or more, focusing on construction periods, material use, location, economic, political conditions and agglomeration patterns. The initial results of the study suggest that agglomeration patterns across some newly founded skyscraper cities are not always attributed to the traditional economic factors. In addition, differentiations are evident between the types of structure (e.g. steel versus composite) and agglomeration timing and patterns.
keywords Office buildings, Skyscrapers, Construction Length, Structural material, Global power cities
series ERES:conference
type paper session
email sdermisi@roosevelt.edu
more http://library.eres.org/cgi-bin/rsa98.pl?conf=ERES2013&type=session&theme=E&slot=5704
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session E-5: International Real Estate
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