Bund Center

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Bund Center
外滩中心/金光外滩金融中心
Bund and Huangpu River, Shangahi.JPG
Bund Center visible center
Former names Bund Financial Centre
Shanghai Golden Beach Tower
General information
Type Commercial offices
Architectural style Postmodernism
Location 88 Henan Road Central / Yan'an Road
Shanghai, China
Coordinates 31°14′04″N 121°28′58″E / 31.234491°N 121.482643°E / 31.234491; 121.482643Coordinates: 31°14′04″N 121°28′58″E / 31.234491°N 121.482643°E / 31.234491; 121.482643
Construction started 1997
Completed 2002
Height
Roof 198 m (650 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 45
Floor area 83,000 m2 (890,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect John Portman & Associates
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Bund Center is a 198 m (650 ft), 50-storey tower in the Huangpu area of Shanghai, China. Designed by the architects of John Portman and Associates, the tower was completed in 2002.

The building is mainly used for offices and major tenants of the building are Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Nokia, APP and Regus. The Bund Center’s prominent outer appearance is the crown located on top of the building. A total of 16 indicator lights are installed so that the crown illuminates a golden light at nighttime. The investors of the building are Shanghai Golden Bund Real Estate CO., LTD. Asia Food and Properties LTD. and Shanghai Huangpu Investment (Group) Development CO., LTD.

The Westin Bund Center hotel is attached to the Bund Center, offering dining and entertainment experience to visitors.

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