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BEIJING | China World Trade Center Phase 3B | 316m | 1037ft | 59 floors | By SOM

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Looks great so far. Thanks for the updates, mountainrain.
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Reminds me of Taipei 101 ! Nice pics!
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Is that last one from Jingshan Park? Also, is Beijing doing better with preserving the remaining Hutongs? When I lived there in 2007 they were tearing everything historic down.
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Is that last one from Jingshan Park? Also, is Beijing doing better with preserving the remaining Hutongs? When I lived there in 2007 they were tearing everything historic down.
You know the ciy well. Yes, from Jingshan Park, after rain.
The remaining Hutongs are preserved well. Don't worry.
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The latest stage in the mixed-use Beijing World Trade Center project, which has been adding buildings since the 1980s, architecturally topped out in November 2015 and cladding application is currently underway. The 316-metre Phase 3B joins the adjacent 2010-completed China World Tower — both designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill — in forming the second and third highest peaks on the Beijing skyline.
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