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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Mori's 'Vertical Garden City' Opens Far Above Shanghai

After 14 years of struggle, controversy, and redesigns, Mori Building's Shanghai World Financial Center is China's tallest skyscraper

On Aug. 30, Japanese visionary real estate developer Minoru Mori will unveil his latest project: the 101-story Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC). The 1,614-foot tall, bottle opener-shaped skyscraper, which towers over Shanghai's other skyscrapers in the Pudong financial district, holds the title of tallest building in China.

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  1. Hi

    I think it is an importance for Shanghai "China".Because chines are so happy and they feel proud on this.

  2. Its really cool to see these buildings continue to push the limits. It will be interesting to see which country steps up and builds higher.