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CHANGSHA | Wharf International Financial Square | T1:1,483FT/452M | T2:1,033FT/315M

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Chang Sha International Financial Square (IFS) in progress will be the tallest building in Hunan province and also be the tallest structure ever built by WHARF since its establishment, including two towers with heights of 452m and 315m, respectively, a top grade shopping mall, Grade-A office buildings and a Five star Sky Hotel.
The planned mall will be one of the largest shopping malls in central China, larger than the ones in Cheng Du IFS and Hong Kong Harbor City.

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Related links:
http://en.changsha.gov.cn/
http://www.motiancity.com/city/changsha
http://www.wharfholdings.com/index.asp

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Began 2011
Will finish 2016

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The project started construction
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Great post xiaomianlong! What an amazing site...
     
     
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That is one serious update xiaomianglong! Thanks for getting this project up and posted.
     
     
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Phenominal series of posts...

Like watching a time-lapse photography of this project, scrolling down the pages! Awesome, awesome job! Thanks for the incredible update.
     
     
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Very big site.
And this diagram. Is it correct?
Roof to 413 m.
Parapet to 452 m.
Thanks for updates.

     
     
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Very big site.
And this diagram. Is it correct?
Roof to 413 m.
Parapet to 452 m.
Thanks for updates.

this drawing is not updated~~
     
     
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The bathtub for this complex is very different from the excavations for the Ping An, the Chow Tai Fook and the towers going up in Wuhan and Tianjin. Different soils?
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This is such a giant pit not only in sheer size but in depth as well. Will this be used for parking?
     
     
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This is such a giant pit not only in sheer size but in depth as well. Will this be used for parking?
Yes, the building foundation for China's largest deep building foundation pit, provides about 2600 parking spaces.
     
     
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