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Old Posted Mar 15, 2009, 7:38 AM
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Built this please , awesome project
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The Hermitage Towers compared to some other famous skyscrapers in Europe and in the rest of the world. The last floors of the Hermitage Towers will be about as high as the last floors of the Empire State Building!



The Hermitage Towers compared to the Montparnasse Tower, Paris's current tallest skyscraper. No comment!

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The Hermitage Towers compared to some other famous skyscrapers in Europe and in the rest of the world. The last floors of the Hermitage Towers will be about as high as the last floors of the Empire State Building!
Hermitage Plaza has been added to SSP diagrams :
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Congratulations Metropolitan, very beautiful towers. I expect they built them.
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2009, 6:53 AM
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whoa I didn't realize the Hermitage towers get so thin at the base.

also, what is the Salle des Marches?
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Old Posted Mar 21, 2009, 6:29 PM
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whoa I didn't realize the Hermitage towers get so thin at the base.

also, what is the Salle des Marches?
"salles des marchés" is a translation for trading room (stock exchange)
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Another render of the 323m (1,060ft) Hermitage Towers posted by the French forumer Krapulax:

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thanks raph, I get it.... the building is for trading floors for societe generale. They are really going to have quite the complex in la defense now. But I am surprised they are building a separate building however. They didn't get enough space in Tour Granite for trading floors?
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New renders of the Hermitage Towers in a PDF published by the Hermitage Group:















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Update Salle des Marchés SG









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I like the Hermitage Plaza - but I'll believe it when I see it. Buildings that tall in Western Europe seems to have problems gettign realized.
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A unknow render of Generalli tower (307m)

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Gan Renovation





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Old Posted Jul 6, 2009, 2:35 PM
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New proposed tower.

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Awesome looking tower!
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boo to Gan renovation! but hasn't it been canceled? I thought I saw that but wasn't sure.

also are there any possible plans for the awful camouflage towers? I think one simple thing to greatly improve them would be just to paint them a single color. of course a renovation would be even better with bigger windows and glass.
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Old Posted Jul 16, 2009, 2:54 PM
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Yes and no, Gan tower is under in renovation but the height and the design will remain the same.
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