|Towers 1 & 2
|Location||223 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong|
|Antenna spire||Tower 2: 209 m (685 ft)|
|Roof||174 m (571 ft)|
|Top floor||174 m (571 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Wong Tung & Partners Ltd.|
|Developer||Sun Hung Kai Properties|
MetroPlaza (Chinese: 新都會廣場), also written as Metroplaza and Metro Plaza, is a high-rise development located in the Kwai Chung district of the New Territories in Hong Kong. The complex contains two towers situated above the Metroplaza shopping centre: MetroPlaza Tower 1 and MetroPlaza Tower 2. MetroPlaza Tower 2 is the taller of the two towers, rising 47 floors and 209 metres (686 ft) to the top of its decorative spire and logo. The building was completed in 1992. It was designed by architectural firm Wong Tung & Partners, and was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties. MetroPlaza Tower 2, which stands as the 41st-tallest building in Hong Kong, is composed entirely of commercial office space. The building is an example of postmodern architecture.
MetroPlaza Tower 1 has the same roof height and floor count as MetroPlaza Tower 2, but is significantly shorter due to the absence of a spire; the building does not even rank among the 100 tallest structures in the city. The tower rises 47 floors and 174 metres (571 ft) in height.
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