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Old Posted May 7, 2007, 11:41 AM
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Miami With JP Morgan Chase, US Bank, and Times Square Tower.

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At 323 metres (1,059 feet), Q1 is the world's tallest all-residential building, when measured to the top of its spire.

It is the 20th tallest building in the world when measured to its spire.

The 297 m (975 ft) Eureka Tower apartment building in Melbourne has also been claimed as the tallest building in Australia, and consequently the tallest residential building in the world, because it has more floors and a significantly higher roof than Q1. However, this building lacks any large spire or mast above the roof. According to the ranking system developed by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, the Eureka Tower qualifies as the taller building in two of the four categories in which heights are ranked, namely Roof Height and Highest Occupied Floor, while Q1 is taller in the other two categories, Pinnacle Height and Architectural Top. For comparison, the Q1 building has its top floor at a height of 235 m (771 ft), some 62 metres (204 ft) lower than Eureka's roof.

Both buildings will lose their status as the world's tallest residential building sometime in 2008, when the 395 metre (1,296 ft) 23 Marina in Dubai is completed.

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Old Posted Jul 1, 2007, 8:13 AM
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omg thats hilarious! My money is on the Q1, but both towers are sexy.

I finally got inspired to do another one. I cant belive how easy it is to make these!

I'm Very Proud of this one
The Great American City
Started with Atlanta, Added LA, Chicago, and NYC



Ma new Wallpaper.


The ones from 2005 - 2006

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The Skyline includes, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York & Seattle


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Old Posted Jul 1, 2007, 8:57 AM
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i love the nightlights !,
i want to boogie !

these definately are a nice break from doing SU models hey?
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Ma new Wallpaper.


Thats nice.how long did it take?
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Those LA ones are cool.
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I cant tell you enough how much I agree with This One. Lazy New York City.
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Chicago is a real city with real buildings.
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I dont say much about Chicago, But i cant help but admit that Chicago has one Bold, American, Powerful Skyline. No post-9/11 Spire New York crap, true American Skyscrapers. Its skyline is rather flat but diverse, the few supertalls that stand out stand proud and tall, Chicago's skyline nicely planned out, each tall building noticable and in the right spot. The skyline, although huge, still can use more supertalls that wont hurt the skyline, unlike NYC, which I think is built out and will never look as good as it did in the months before 9/11. Kudos Chicago, I must visit you soon

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