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Old Posted Apr 2, 2008, 10:34 AM
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I live in Taichung and I know that Taichung has more then 12 Skysrapers. I am sure that Taichung has over 100 Skyscrapers.
100 sounds like alot, especially for taichung. you must have a low floor threshold, like 20 floors.
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Taichung Tower probably will be between 300M to 500M from newest information. However, the original plan is 600M.
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600M?
Did I miss something in the past few years?

When you talk about "Taichung Tower", is it 鄉林's TT or the new proposed TT in the old airport site?
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600M?
Did I miss something in the past few years?

When you talk about "Taichung Tower", is it 鄉林's TT or the new proposed TT in the old airport site?
sorry, I make you misunderstand...
For, airport site, Taichung government wish Taichung tower can be 600M.....
But, for some reason , the most possible height is between 300M to 500M.
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earlier graph



And the one by 鄉林, it is just delete....
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2008, 7:49 AM
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100 sounds like alot, especially for taichung. you must have a low floor threshold, like 20 floors.
Here are two pictures that I took from Hotel One the other day. This view is of the West District. As you can see Taichung has a lot more building then just 12. I will upload more pictures later.



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this residential project is in shin takamatsu's website. it says its slated for completion in 2010:

http://www.takamatsu.co.jp/en/project_detail.php?id=147
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Here are two pictures that I took from Hotel One the other day. This view is of the West District. As you can see Taichung has a lot more building then just 12. I will upload more pictures later.



Ooooohh...

We're planning to visit Taiwan in 2011 (it's no short-trip to Mallorca you know ) and to check in at Hotel One in Taichung for some days, just for visiting our 1999-hometown Both hotels we lived in are seen here, Grand Formosa and Hotel National. It looks like there's a new building between Hotel National and the SOGO?!? If anyone has more pictures of these areas, pls post here...

btw. is the pigpen still alive?
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^ that just shows that the city didn't go through much planning...buildings are scattered all over the place. Oh, I want to build a 35-storey here....but then next lot, you can still build a 10-storey building.

Taipei is not any better....
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Ooooohh...

We're planning to visit Taiwan in 2011 (it's no short-trip to Mallorca you know ) and to check in at Hotel One in Taichung for some days, just for visiting our 1999-hometown Both hotels we lived in are seen here, Grand Formosa and Hotel National. It looks like there's a new building between Hotel National and the SOGO?!? If anyone has more pictures of these areas, pls post here...

btw. is the pigpen still alive?
If you have not been here in Taichung for a long time, things down here have changed a lot and by 2011, things will even change more.

Yes, the Pig Pen is still there. That area has a lot of new clubs and lounges.
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they really need to reclad some of those buildings. just strip those brown grey exteriors down and slap some big windows on them or just cover everything with more attractive cladding.
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there are no pictures posted. it's asking in chinese to log in.
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i kinda like it. very art deco. it could use a steeple.
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