Top 7 Tallest Buildings of the World in 2013

Top 7 Tallest Buildings of the World in 2013

Back in 2010 when we first published the Top 7 Tallest Buildings of the World in 2010, we thought that the list would not last for the whole year, according to the number of buildings under construction at that time. It seems that the Real Estate crisis is also affecting this market, since the list just had one change after three years.

7. Nanjing Greenland Financial Complex

Nanjing Greenland Financial Center

Height: 450 m (1 476 ft)

Location: Nanjing, China

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 89

Use: Mixed use

6. Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers Night

Height: 452 m (1 483 ft)

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Year Opened: 1998

Number of floors: 88

Use: Offices

5. International Commerce Center

The new Kowloon skyline and Hong Kong's tallest under construction building, The International Commerce Center ICC that will have the third highest roof in the world, Hong Kong, China.

Height: 484 m (4 869 ft)

Location: Hong Kong, China

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 108

Use: Mixed use

4. Shanghai World Financial Center

Shanghai World Financial Center

Height: 492 m (1 614 ft)

Location: Shanghai, China

Year Opened: 2008

Number of floors: 101

Use: Mixed use

3. Taipei 101

taipei 101

Height: 508 m (1 667 ft)

Location: Taipei, Taiwan

Year Opened: 2004

Number of floors: 101

Use: Office

2. Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel

Royal Makkah Clock Tower

Height: 601 m (1 972 ft)

Location: Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Year Opened: 2012

Number of floors: 120

Use: Hotel

 1. Burj Khalifa

burj_khalifa

Height: 828 m (2 717 ft)

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 163

Use: Mixed use

Source: skyscraperpage
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Top 7 Most Expensive Streets in the World in 2011

I just got a recommendation from a good friend to read an article in a local magazine about the most expensive streets in the world, considering this maybe a good topic for a new post on my blog. Alter I bought the magazine and check the source, it showed that the information was basically the same since 2008 (about places and prices), so taking the idea for a post on this blog, I investigated different sources to come out with a more reliable list.

After doing some research, I found a source for this information that seemed to be the most accurate. The world’s most desirable addresses have largely been sheltered from the slump in property prices felt elsewhere, according to a survey of the most expensive residential streets in the world carried out by Financial News, sister paper to the Wall Street Journal Europe.

To compile the list, researchers asked international and local property specialists to name what they considered the highest-priced streets according to the average price of residential property. A shortlist of 7 was drawn up using price in euros per square meter of property.

1. Severn Road, Hong Kong

Top price: €57 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: +9%

Expect to pay at least €55 000 per square meter for property at the summit of Victoria Peak, high above the business district of Hong Kong. The road comprises fewer than 60 properties including ‘8 Severn’.

But expect volatility. Prices have soared by as much as 60% over the last two years, after plummeting 40% at the beginning of the financial crisis.

2. Kensington Palace Gardens

Top price: €55 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: +2%

Known to locals as “Billionaire’s Row”, this private London road became the new home of Tamara Ecclestone, the daughter of F1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone, in January. Her father paid £45 million for number eight Kensington Palace Gardens, next door to his home at number six.

3. Avenue Princesse Grace

Top price: €50 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: +2%

Moving up a slot from last year, the iconic Avenue Princesse Grace in Monaco has regained some of the losses it made during the recession when lacklustre demand hit the marina-front avenue. Jean-Claude Caputo, chief executive of Riviera Estates, says: “Owners on the street tend to be so wealthy they do not need to sell.”

4. Chemin de Saint-Hospice, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat (tie)

Top price: €45,000 per m2

Price change since 2009: +5%

A home in Chemin de Saint-Hospice, which snakes around the peninsula of Cap Ferrat, will set you back at least €45 000 per square meter, says Mr. Caputo. There are just 15 houses on the peninsula – one of which is owned by the Saatchi family.

4. Fifth Avenue, New York (tie)

Top price: €45 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: -4%

Down two places from the previous year, property prices on Fifth Avenue have come under pressure at the lower end, according to local agent Stribling & Associates. However, Kirk Henckels, director of private brokerage at Stribling, says: “The large trophy apartments have been going for $60 000 per square meter. It seems to no longer be “uncool” to spend money.”

6. Quai Anatole, Paris

Top price: €32 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: (New)

Situated on the left bank in the seventh district, Quai Anatole replaces Avenue Montaigne on the list, as Paris’ most exclusive road. Laurent Pepineau, director of Parisian property firm Paris Estates, says the views from apartments on Quai Anatole have pushed up values on the street: “Prices for the best apartments on this street could go up to €32 000 per square meter.”

7. Rue Bellot, Geneva

Top price: €31 000 per m2

Price change since 2009: -2%

Nestled between the Parc Bastions and the Parc de Malagnou, Rue Bellot is the most exclusive residential street in the Quartier de la Cité, on the left bank of the river Rhone. Prices on Switzerland’s most expensive street are bolstered by tight selling restrictions and demand from the super-wealthy looking to relocate to Switzerland.

Source: Wall Street Journal
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Top 7 Most Expensive Houses in the World

For the last couple of years we’ve been hearing how the “Real Estate Bubble” affected the house prices, but after some research, it seems that it hasn’t done any harm to the value of the most expensive houses in the world. This brought me the opportunity to share with your the Top 7 Most Expensive Houses in the World to date:

1. Antilla Mumbai

Location: Mumbai, India

Price: $1 billion (estimated)

Owner: Mukesh Ambani

Named Antilla, the house owned by Mukesh and Nita Ambani, is a 27-storey, 40,000-square foot tower. Known for its custom measurements and fittings, Antilla comes with a six-story car park. In this house lives the man himself, his wife, his 3 children and his mother Kokilaben. The house has a staff of 600 people to do the maintenance activities.

The house has been designed after consultation with architecture firms Perkins and Will & Hirsch Bedner Associates based in Dallas and Los Angeles. No floors in their home are alike. Each floor has a different layout, material and design. Atop the parking lot begins the living space with nine elevators in their lobby. The house also boasts of a silver coloured railing large ballroom with 80% of its ceiling covered with crystal chandeliers. The 570-foot tall mostly glass, the tower has 600 staff to handle the chores. There is a crystal chandelier in the ballroom ceiling. It also features retractable showcases for artwork and entertainment stages. Each floor is double the average height.

The head of Reliance Industries, a oil and petrochemicals giant, Mukesh Ambani holds a net worth of $29 billion, allowing him a place in our Top 7 Richest People in the World in 2010 list.

Interesting facts:

  • 3 helipads on top. Mumbai corporation has not given permission for making this operational yet
  • Hanging gardens within the structure
  • Swimming pool within the structure
  • A two story Health centre
  • Parking space for 168 cars (6 floors). I initially thought that meant there will be a mini office in the building but apparently that is not the case. All these cars will belong to Mukesh Ambani! Just in case you are interested, he
  • drives a 5 Maybach now.
  • A floor exclusively for servicing these automobiles within the building.
  • A floor for Home theater – sitting capacity of 50

2. Villa Leopolda

Location: Cote d’Azur, France

Price: $506 million

Owner: Lily Safra

This villa on the French Riviera was built in 1902 by King Leopold II of Belgium and takes its name from him. It belonged to Edmond Safra, and still belongs to his wife Lily. This 80,000+ sq/ft estate showcases beautiful antiques, boasts 19 bedrooms, sports courts, bowling alley, multiple kitchens and dining rooms and movie theatre. The Villa also includes lavish gardens.

Until 2010, Villa Leopolda was the most expensive house in the world. A Russian billionaire called Mikhail Proklhorov lost a $53 million deposit on a sprawling villa called Villa Leopolda on the French Riviera after a court in Nice refused to return the lump sum. He backed out of the sale of the clifftop Villa Leopolda after promising to buy it for €390 million in 2008. The luxury property has had many price tags but it’s average price has hovered around the staggering $500 million. That was until Antilla Mumbai was unleashed, the first billion dollar house.

The villa was used as the location of Lermontov’s villa in The Red Shoes. The heroine climb the steps to the villa thinking that she’s been invited to dinner when really she is going to be given the star role in the new ballet.

Interesting facts:

  • Villa Leopolda is most famous, not for the King’s gift to his lover, but because of one the home’s rumored owners, Bill Gates
  • Villa Leopolda has been featured on many television shows like Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and VH1’s Fabulous Life Of. It has also been featured in many magazines such as Forbes, and is constantly considered one of the foremost historical properties in all of Europe

3. The Penthouse

Location: London, UK

Price: $200 million

Owner:N/A

The Penthouse is recognized as the most expensive flat in the world and is located atop, Number One Hyde Park, one of the most highly desired addresses in London. Resident security is tight with SAS guards, panic rooms, bulletproof windows, iris scanners and even a secret tunnel to the nearby Mandarin Hotel. The building has communal spas, squash courts and wine tasting rooms, and the penthouse is served by 24 hour room service.

Interesting facts:

  • One Hyde Park, which boasts 86 properties starting at around $30 million, is the brainchild of luxury property developers Christian and Nick Candy, and according to The Daily Telegraph 65% of the flats and penthouses have now been purchased.

4. Fairfield Pond

Location: The Hamptons, New York, USA

Price: $170 million

Owner: Ira Rennert

The 63-acre home of American investor and businessman Ira Rennert is considered the largest residential compound in entire America. The publicity shy billionaire owns the most valuable home in the Hamptons; with 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, as well as a huge dining room (91 feet long), 5 sports courts, bowling alley and a $150,000-hot tub.

Interesting facts:

  • This is a beachfront home is completely use for private house. People was hard to believe for the first time that this house is not used for hotel, spa or retreat place.

5. Hearst Mansion

Location: Beverly Hills, California, USA

Price: $165 million

Owner: Leonard Ross

This Luxurious home that located on Beverly Hills is formerly the prestigious home of the U.S. newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst, the inspiration for the main character in “Citizen Kane”. The house has 6 separate residence, three swimming pools, eight fireplace, tennis courts, night club and 29 bedrooms. Those facility is spread in 6 hectares area in the famous platinum triangle neighborhood in Beverly Hills. This renowned house was purchased by Leonard Ross, a lawyer and investor in 1976 that wanted a change of lifestyle.

Interesting facts:

  • Former US President John F Kennedy stayed in the mansion during his honeymoon
  • The estate became a pop-culture icon after being used in The Godfather movie, when the infamous severed horse’s head turned up in the owner’s bed
  • If you own this house you become the close neighbor of Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and David and Victoria Beckham

6. Franchuk Villa

Location: Kensington, UK

Price: $161 million

This Victorian Villa was a girl’s prep school until 1997.

Bought by developers and upgraded in 2006 with more than 10 million pounds, it was purchased by Ukrainian AIDS philanthropist Elena Franchuk.This 5-story home is freestanding, with 10 bedrooms, an underground swimming pool, movie theatre, panic room, saunas and gym.

7. The Pinnacle

Location: Montana, USA

Price: $155 million

Owner: Tim and Edra Blixseth

The first luxury ski-lodge to make the top ten, The Pinnacle is said to be the largest property in the exclusive billionaires-only private ski and golf community, “Yellowstone Club.” Owned by American billionaire Tim and Edra Blixseth, the lodge has 10 bedrooms and includes heated flooring throughout, fireplaces in all bathrooms and a huge wine cellar, an indoor/outdoor pool, gym and massage room

Source: rediff.com, collthings.co.uk, www.doughroller.net, overseaspropertymall.com
This Luxurious home that located on Beverly Hills is formerly the prestigious home of the U.S. newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst. The house has 6 separate residence, three swimming pools, eight fireplace, tennis courts, night club and 29 bedrooms. Those facility is spread in 6 hectares area in the famous platinum triangle neighborhood in Beverly Hills. This renowned house was purchased by Leonard Ross, a lawyer and investor in 1976 that wanted a change of lifestyle. If you own this house you become the close neighbor of Jeff Bezos of Amazon, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and David and Victoria Beckham. 

“The Pinnacle,” Montana, US: $155 million

This ski Lodge is the largest property in the exclusive private ski and golf community “Yellowstone Club”. You can get a conclusions that this become the owner’s home. Yes, It’s true. It’s the home of Tim and Edra Blixseth. It’s not that big compared to other house in this list with only 10 bedrooms. What’s the facility can be found here? You can find the heated flooring system that stretched throughout the house, fireplace in all bathrooms, a huge wine cellar, indoor and outdoor pool as well as gym and massage room.

The Manor – Los Angeles – $150 Million
Spelling towers is still on the market, after the wife of the television producer Aaron Spelling put it up for sale two years ago – despite not selling, the huge price tag has remained static at a staggering $150 million. Set in 4.2 acres, the 123 room chateau-style mansion has a cinema, bowling alley, tennis courts, swimming pool, a 100 car parking lot and three rooms dedicated purely to the art of present wrapping.

This house was built in 1991 with French Chateau style. This house has 5,248 square meters of room area with more than 4.6 hectares total house area. It’s also the biggest house with the private ownership in the Los Angeles County. The main house is located at the end of long road and well protected with security system. You can find bowling alley, humidity controlled silver warehouse, tennis courts, 2 swimming pools, and luxurious woman beauty care such as beauty salon in the attic and a spa. You can find several garden as well like 18th century style gardens,roof gardens and orange gardens. This house has a parking lot that large enough to park up to 100 cars. You can also find private cinemas on this luxury house.

Updown Court, Windlesham, Surrey, UK: $139 million

This amazing house builton 58 acre land in the Windlesham neighborhood. This huge structure offers 103 rooms with all facility you can imagine as a rich person. There’s a private cinemas in the north part of the house as well as bowling alley for recreation of the owner. You can find horse barn, squash and tennis courts in case you want to get some refreshing with sport. You can find a marble drive away as well that wait you every morning with a parking lot that large enough to park up to 8 limousines.

One Hyde Park – London – £135 million

Launched at a lavish, celebrity studded party in January 2011, One Hyde Park is reputed to be the most expensive residential property in the world – retailing in excess of £6,000 per square foot. Composed of 86 properties, one of which is rumoured to have sold for £135 million, the building boasts a private cinema, sauna, gym, swimming pool, golf simulator, wine cellar, concierge, valet and room service, never mind the highly desirable address.

Dracula’s Castle, Romania: $ 135 million
Dracula’s Castle seems like a bad name but it’s actually a Romanian castle. The castle became a museum during 1980s. The owner of the castle, Archduke Dominic put up the castle for sale. This amazing house, though named as a castle has 57 rooms, 17 bedrooms and unique and beautiful antique furniture.

 

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Top 7 Most Exclusive Neighborhoods in the World

Lately, we were hearing some news about “La Finca”, the neighborhood where Cristiano Ronaldo, José Mourinho and Carlos Sanz, among others, live in Madrid, considering it one of the more exclusive neighborhoods in Europe, and in the world. This brought my curiosity in investigate more about this topic, to find out that “La Finca” is not one of the most exclusives. Here you can check the Top 7 Neighborhoods in the World:

1. Kensington Palace Gardens

Location: London, England

Average home price: $85 million

Tucked between Kensington High Street and Notting Hill, this half-mile street is London’s crowning jewel of residential excess. Even the richest Londoners secretly seethe at the regal mansions that line the street, since few are actually owned by Brits — Middle Eastern and Swiss tycoons have grabbed first dibs. Strangely, the turnover of many homes is high, signaling that these aren’t really homes, but rather fleeting investments.

What not to miss: House number 18-19, billed at more than $160 million, is London’s single most expensive house.

2. Jupiter Island

Location: Florida, USA

Average home price: $5.6 million

Forty minutes from glitzy Palm Beach lies this little enclave that has been rated by Forbes as the most expensive ZIP code in the United States. Not surprisingly, this community of mansions linked to yacht clubs and golf courses, which flank a 17-mile-long beach, has been the home to some of America’s — and the world’s — richest families. Among its most illustrious denizens are President Truman’s Secretary of Defense Robert A. Lovett, and former President George H.W. Bush.

What not to miss: A boat trip past the Intercoastal Waterway beaches is scenic and relaxing.

3. Belle Haven

Location: Greenwich, Connecticut, USA

Average home price: $5 million

Seeking small-town solace, New York’s brokers and mutual funds wizards relocated to this New England refuge with clean streets, lush parks, golf courses, yacht clubs, and an awesome beach. The harbor is dotted with boutiques that buzz with activity in the summer. And only a 50-minute commute away from downtown Manhattan, it’s the perfect getaway for the world’s most stressed businessmen. Belle Haven, the city’s wealthiest neighborhood, has no houses selling for under $3 million.

What not to miss: The Homestead Inn, a luxury inn and restaurant, is known for offering the best dining experience in New England.

4. Pacific Heights

Location: San Francisco, California

Average home price: $4.5 million

With a stunning view of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay, Pacific Heights is home to San Francisco’s first families and accomplished artists and businessmen. Tourists to the Bay Area flock in droves to catch glimpses of the ber-refined locals strolling in and out of Fillmore Street’s swank shops and cafes, and returning to their Victorian mansions. In July, Pacific Heights hosts the largest jazz festival (Fillmore Street Jazz Festival) on the West Coast — a must-see.

What not to miss: The steps between Broadway and Lyon, tucked between mansions and the Presidio, offer the classic Pacific Heights experience: a view of the Palace of Fine Arts with the Bay in the background.

5.Victoria Peak

Location: Hong Kong, China

Average home price: $3.5 million

“The Peak,” for those in the know, is the top visitor spot in Hong Kong thanks to its altitude, which offers an unparalleled view of the bustling port city. The neighborhood is dominated by the Peak Tower, a wok-shaped structure housing multiple shops and entertainment venues, such as Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Odditorium and Madame Tussauds wax museum. A stone’s throw away, you’ll find picturesque nature walks through Victoria Peak Gardens.

What not to miss: A ride on the Peak Tram, where a panoramic view of the city from above attracts six million people a year.

6.Sea Island

Location: Georgia, USA

Average home price: $2.23 million

For generations, its natural beauty has attracted America’s ultra-rich, who habitually rent the island’s vast cottages in the peak seasons. The upscale character of Sea Island is underscored by colorful buildings and luxurious homes designed by Addison Mizner, as well as golf courses known the world over. Nature lovers can stroll through the misty woods, which are as close to enchanted forests as they come. Athletic travelers will enjoy kayaking, boating, fishing, and horseback riding.

What not to miss: Clay shooting at the 70-year-old shooting school.

7.Shibuya Neighborhood

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Average home price: $1.8 million

Shibuya, in west Tokyo, is a newer shopping and entertainment district abuzz with bright lights that attract Japan’s ultra-trendy like moths to a flame. You’ll find Japan’s Olympic stadium and dizzyingly huge department stores, which beckon even the staunchest non-consumer. The NHK studios (Japan’s public television and radio broadcaster) are also a great site, offering tons of attractions for visitors.

What not to miss: The statue of Hachiko, the small dog who faithfully awaited his dead master’s return to the subway station every day for 11 years.

Source: AskMen
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Top 7 Property Markets

Real estate markets worldwide are stabilizing and showing signs of tentative recovery, according to a recent report from London-based global property consultancy Knight Frank. Unlike during the first quarter of this year, when many countries continued to suffer double-digit declines in average home prices, the second quarter saw upticks in half of the countries tracked by Knight Frank, compared with the previous three months. (Year-over-year prices are still down across the board.) Among the remaining countries, none saw a decline of greater than 10%.

The strongest region was the Nordic countries, where prices rose 5.3% in Norway, 3.9% in Finland, and 3.6% in Sweden. The U.S. also saw a rebound, with a 1.7% quarterly increase in average prices. The worst-hit places? Dubai and Bulgaria, where residential property prices fell 7.5% and 9.7%, respectively.

Which countries around the world saw the greatest price increases? Check the list…

1. Norway

Quarterly Price Change: 5.3% (Change in average price, second quarter 2009 vs. first quarter 2009)

Annual Rank: 11

Annual Price Change: -1.5% (change in average price, second quarter 2009 vs. second quarter 2008)

There has been a sharp slowdown in the number of houses under construction in Norway, with new starts falling to their lowest levels since 2000. Given the country’s tight housing supply, prices have been pushed up. Norway posted a strong quarterly gain in the second quarter of 2009, up 5.3% from the second quarter of 2008, marking the country’s second successive quarterly increase after a 4.1% hike in the first three months of the year. Real estate taxes have also remained relatively low in this oil-rich country.

2. Australia

Quarterly Price Change: 4.2%

Annual Rank: 10

Annual Price Change: -1.4%

Home prices have bounced back in Australia since the start of this year thanks to a commodities boom that has fueled strong demand for exports to Asia. But price growth in Sydney’s residential market remains relatively lackluster, compared with other state capitals. Over the past year, the country’s financial capital has witnessed softening demand in its commercial real estate sector and increased numbers of tenants subleasing space.

3. Israel

Quarterly Price Change: 4.0%

Annual Rank: 1

Annual Price Change: 12.5%

Israel remains the best performer worldwide on an annual basis and is the only country to have recorded double-digit growth over the past year despite the onset of the financial crisis. Housing prices were driven up thanks to a steady stream of foreign investment by wealthy individuals, particularly Americans, who have strong ties to the country and remain keen to invest there.

4. Finland

Quarterly Price Change: 3.9%

Annual Rank: 15

Annual Price Change: -2.9%

Finland is among the other Nordic countries holding up relatively well despite the economic recession, as prices didn’t increase to the same extent as other areas during the property boom. Housing prices in Finland increased in the second quarter of 2009, up 3.9% from the first quarter.

5. Sweden

Quarterly Price Change: 3.6%

Annual Rank: 13

Annual Price Change: -2.0%

There has been a sharp slowdown in the number of houses under construction, keeping housing supply down and prices up. In Sweden, construction started on 45% fewer houses in the first half of 2009 compared to the same period in 2008. The country’s real estate market has been recovering well, as prices didn’t skyrocket out of proportion compared to other European countries during the property boom.

6. Netherlands

Quarterly Price Change: 2.7%

Annual Rank: 24

Annual Price Change: -10.3%

Though the overall office vacancy rate remains high in the Amsterdam market, availability is limited in prime central markets. Vacancy rates in sought-after areas like central Amsterdam and South Axis were below 5% at the end of 2008. The country’s small supply pipeline will likely keep vacancy rates in check and prices firmer.

7. Switzerland

Quarterly Price Change: 2.1%

Annual Rank: 2

Annual Price Change: 6.1%

Switzerland was less harmed by the economic recession than many of its European neighbors. With demand from domestic and international buyers outstripping the country’s relatively constrained housing supply, real estate prices mounted.

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
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Top 7 Tallest Buildings of the World in 2010

In January this year was opened in Dubai, UAE, the world’s tallest building. This event presents me an excellent opportunity to see which the “Top 7” of the world’s tallest buildings are. It is amazing that since I first published this list (back in February 2010), two new buildings entered it. We’ll see how long this one will be kept actualized…

7. Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower)

Willis Tower

Height: 442 m (1 451 ft)

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Year Opened: 1974

Number of floors: 108

Use: office

6. Nanjing Greenland Financial Complex

Nanjing Greenland Financial Center

Height: 450 m (1 476 ft)

Location: Nanjing, China

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 89

Use: Mixed use

5. Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers Night

Height: 452 m (1 483 ft)

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Year Opened: 1998

Number of floors: 88

Use: Offices

4. International Commerce Center

The new Kowloon skyline and Hong Kong's tallest under construction building, The International Commerce Center ICC that will have the third highest roof in the world, Hong Kong, China.

Height: 484 m (4 869 ft)

Location: Hong Kong, China

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 108

Use: Mixed use

3. Shanghai World Financial Center

Shanghai World Financial Center

Height: 492 m (1 614 ft)

Location: Shanghai, China

Year Opened: 2008

Number of floors: 101

Use: Mixed use

2. Taipei 101

taipei 101

Height: 508 m (1 667 ft)

Location: Taipei, Taiwan

Year Opened: 2004

Number of floors: 101

Use: Office

 1. Burj Khalifa

burj_khalifa

Height: 828 m (2 717 ft)

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Year Opened: 2010

Number of floors: 163

Use: Mixed use

Source: skyscraperpage
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