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Old Posted Jan 3, 2010, 12:51 PM
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NANJING | Deji Plaza | 1,063 FT / 324 M | 62 FLOORS

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Not much info on this, there are some possible designs but it's not certain which one is the final one.

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Project: Deji Plaza (Phase II) 德基廣場
Type: Hotel & Commercial Use 商用及旅館
Location: Xinjiekou Square, Nanjing 南京 新街口
Floor Count: about 70fls
Height: 339m / 1113 ft

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Found a render. I dont know if it is the final design or not.
From http://www.maphk.com/

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If it turns out to be taller than Greenland Plaza by roof height, Deji Plaza will have a massive presence in the city.
I don't know if Xinjiekou Square is a central location though.
     
     
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Drivel. Are they building Libeskind in China these days?
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Drivel. Are they building Libeskind in China these days?
Uh...what?
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Not bad.
As always, it's going to come down to the quality of the skin.
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I love this forum. One day, out of the blue, you come across a supertall under construction you've never heard of before. Thanks for making me aware of this. I frankly liked almost all of the proposed versions.
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i had the same reaction as Troubadour. The spire on the corner I think is indeed original to Libeskind. If not in NY or Philadelphia, then why not in China?
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This photo was taken in Sept 2, 2011. It is now about 270m. 50m to go. The claddings are already starting


It's now already the tallest building in Xinjiekou.




     
     
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This has got to be the world's most mysterious skyscraper. It's well under construction but no one knows what the official design is lol.
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The final design is the one on the 6th floor. 324 meters. Im pretty sure.
     
     
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Can't see your photos. . .

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The bottom of Deji Plaza
     
     
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The cladding looks pretty good to me.
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Xin Jie Kou is the central location of Nanjing.
     
     
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That turned out pretty fun. I like it.
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