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Old Posted Apr 17, 2014, 4:56 AM
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SHENYANG | Pearl of the North | 565 M / 1,854 FT | 114 FLOORS

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Official Name: Pearl of the North
Complex Name: Baoneng Shenyang Global Financial Centre
Former / Other Name: Baoneng Global Financial Center 1
Type: building
Status: Under Construction
Country: China
City: Shenyang
Street Address: Qingnian Street (Map)
Building Function: office
Proposed: 2013
Start of Construction: 2014
Completion: 2018
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Height: Architectural: 565.0 meter / 1854 feet
Height: To Tip: 565.0 meter / 1854 feet
Floors Above Ground: 111
Architect: Atkins
Second Tower:
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Official Name: Baoneng Shenyang Global Financial Centre Tower 2
Complex Name: Baoneng Shenyang Global Financial Centre
Height: Architectural: 328.0 meter / 1076 feet
Height: To Tip: 328.0 meter / 1076 feet
Number of Hotel Rooms: 320

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another supertall for another superbig Chinese city. 100-storey plus buildings have become almost commonplace in China.
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The tower being built in the upper right corner is the ~300M secondary tower. The main tower will be built in the dirt area next to the ramp where the piling rigs are.


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So after completion, the building is going to look like that? Looks Superb!
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That was a different design proposed for the building by RMJM. They were not chosen as the architect.

Here's a few more renders:

http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/buil...-tower-1/15655





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That was a different design proposed for the building by RMJM. They were not chosen as the architect.

Here's a few more renders:

http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/buil...-tower-1/15655





I guess both happen to be the same building .Only you posted the front side of the building and I posted the top of the building as seen from the backside.
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Wow that building is freaking incredible. Wish Maerican cities could go for stuff that tall and bold.
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I don't understand how Skyscraper Center has this building listed as Under Construction and SkyscraperPage has this listed as proposed.
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Wow, this is where all the rebar stolen from our construction sites are going!
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That is crazy. They will be pouring concrete for days when the time comes.
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That's the most rebar I've ever seen.
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Are they really stacking rebar on top of rebar. That looks like a two-story depth of rebar in some spots.
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