Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Work Starts on China’s Second Tallest Skyscraper


The Evergrande Tower, designed by UK architecture firm Terry Farrell and Partners, has started being built in the central business district of Jinan, the capital of China’s Shandong province. The tower, which comes with a building price tag of approximately 25 billion Yuan (or 4 billion USD), will contain apartments, offices, and entertainment and retail spaces. 

When completed, the Evergrande Tower will stand at 560 metres and will be China’s second tallest skyscraper after the Shanghai Tower by Gensler Architects (due to be complete in 2014).




Images courtesy of Terry Farrell and Partners


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