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HO CHI MINH CITY | M&C Plaza | 195 m | 40 floors

Saigon - HCMC - Vietnam

Service : Design Review & Project Management

Facility : Office; Commercial; Apartment

Size: 152,000 m²; 40 storeys; 185m high

In the heart of Ho Chi Minh City’s commercial hub, M&C Tower presents 40 storeys of grade A mix-used development, setting up new and unrivaled standards of living and working in Vietnam’s most dynamic city. Located on a dramatic site along Ton Duc Thang Street, the tower enjoys extensive views over Saigon River on one side and picturesque city views on the other side. This latest skyscraper to the city’s skyline embraces 5 underground basements of parking spaces, the first 4-storey shopping center and cinema complex, 2 restaurants on the top floor and helicopter pad above the restaurants’ roof, along with 180 apartments and penthouses split vertically from office areas.

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Looking good. I can't say I've been following any construction in Vietnam, but will now. What is the other building under construction in the background?

EDIT: Nevermind. I found its other thread.The Bitexco Financial Tower I see...

EDIT2: And are those steel pillars in the basement? Some form of earthquake vibration mitigation?
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cool. thanks for the update!
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Excellent looking tower. This tower would look good in many U.S. cities.
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EDIT2: And are those steel pillars in the basement? Some form of earthquake vibration mitigation?
I don't know but I think that's right

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Excellent looking tower. This tower would look good in many U.S. cities.
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From SSC:

"a guy who is working for the contractor just had confirmed that this tower will be 195.3m tall"

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...3&postcount=48
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i have to admit that French constructor is very professional!
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Wow! Great skyscrapers going up in Ho Chi Minh City!
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