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Old Posted Dec 5, 2011, 4:10 PM
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TIANJIN | Tianjin R&F Guangdong Tower | 468 M / 1535 FT | 91 FLOORS

I can't believe that a 1500+ft supertall that is already u/c doesn't have its own thread here!!!

Height: 468m / 1535ft
Floors: 91
Use: Office
Construction start: 2011
Construction end: 2014
Architect: United States GP Design Co., Ltd.
Developer: R&F Group
SSP Link: http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=88471

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Old Posted Dec 5, 2011, 4:12 PM
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11.30 gaoloumi.com


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OMG!!This is an exact copy of the Chicago Trump Tower!!!!!
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Anybody have a construction update on this tower, it's been nearly 10 months.
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Old Posted Sep 6, 2012, 7:37 PM
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That is insanely tall! I wonder what the price tag is for that bad boy.
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I'm a little confused - the photo posted by R@pter that is supposedly dated from 11.30 shows the building way past the foundation stage....but the photo posted above looks like this thing hasn't gotten out of the ground - what is the status of this puppy?
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Woooow. Has anyone noticed that in the picture of the models above that the tall building on the left is just about a dead ringer for the original WTC towers?............with the exception of the fascade of course. Chamferred sides and roof perimeter too.
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I'm a little confused - the photo posted by R@pter that is supposedly dated from 11.30 shows the building way past the foundation stage....but the photo posted above looks like this thing hasn't gotten out of the ground - what is the status of this puppy?
That was the building on the right in this render. the main tower plot was in the background.

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Any new data on this thing?
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480 m 439 m. to the parapet.


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I've got to make my way there at some point. Tianjin (along with Wuhan) are the only two 10 million+ person cities I've yet to visit in China.
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