Xujiahui Tower

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The Xujiahui Tower is a supertall skyscraper that was proposed for construction in Shanghai, China. It was designed by the Atlanta based firm John Portman & Associates, Inc. If built, it would have been the second tallest building in Shanghai, after the Shanghai World Financial Center. It would have 92 floors and stand at 460 meters, or 1,509 ft.

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