Location of Edelweiss in Moscow
The 8th Tower of Moscow
|Antenna spire||176 m (577 ft)|
|Roof||157 m (515 ft)|
|Floor area||105,000 m2 (1,130,000 sq ft)|
Edelweiss (Russian: Эдельвейс) is a 43-story residential high-rise in Moscow, completed in 2003. It stands 157 m (515 ft) tall with a spire extending an additional 19 m (62 ft). The building was designed to be a companion for the Seven Sisters and shares a similar design concept with Triumph-Palace. Edelweiss is the first project in the "The New Circle of Moscow" program, in which about sixty high rise multi-use residential complexes will be built on plots around the city which were approved by the Moscow Architecture Committee.
Recreational facilities include an aquapark equipped with hydromassage tubs, waterslides, a solarium, a universal gymnasium, a ten-track bowling center, and billiards rooms.
- "Edelweiss". Emporis. Emporis Corporation. Retrieved 16 July 2011.
- Edelweiss (skyscraper) at Emporis
- Edelweiss (skyscraper) at Structurae
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