Public Investment Fund (PIF) Tower
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|Capital Market Authority Tower|
|Town or city||Riyadh|
|Height||385 m (1,263 ft)|
|Floor count||76 (+4 below the ground)|
The Public Investment Fund (PIF) Tower is a 385 m (1,263 ft) skyscraper in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Construction started in 2010 and was topped-out in 2014, making it the tallest building in Riyadh, surpassing the Kingdom Centre and Burj Rafal. Designed by HOK and Omrania, the 76-story PIF Tower is one of the most high-tech skyscrapers in the world and the centerpiece of the King Abdullah Financial District.
The tower is aiming for LEED Gold certification and will feature an observation deck, two-story atrium as well as double-height sky lobbies, an innovative TWIN elevator system with two cabs traveling in a single shaft, and amenities including a fitness center, pool, and cafeteria.
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