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Old Posted Aug 9, 2011, 4:50 PM
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Taipei | Runtex Nangang Train Station BOT| 138.3m | 30F | Prep

Developer Website:http://www.ruentex.net/httpdocs/ruen...nt/company.php
It also can be named as Nangang Mall Station Building


These rendering picture is from government document: Environmental Impact of Assessment




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Nice set of towers for Taoyuan or Hsinchu, but Taipei, with it's limited amount of free land, oughta be building much taller buildings. What's with the useless plaza bordering Zhongxiao?
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Nice set of towers for Taoyuan or Hsinchu, but Taipei, with it's limited amount of free land, oughta be building much taller buildings. What's with the useless plaza bordering Zhongxiao?
The area which the project is located has limited height because of flight Path. The maxmium height in Nangang is 145m.
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