Chongqing World Financial Center
|Chongqing World Financial Center|
View of the Chongqing World Financial Center from a bridge on the Jialing River.
|Owner||Chongqing Worthy Land Co., Ltd.|
|Antenna spire||339 metres (1,112 ft)|
|Top floor||310.3 metres (1,018 ft)|
|Floor area||2,200,143 ft² (204,400 m²)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Huaxun Real Estate Development Co. Ltd.|
|Structural engineer||Arup; Chongqing Architecture and Design Institute|
|Main contractor||China State Construction Fourth Engineering Division Corporation Ltd.|
The Chongqing World Financial Center, also known as Global Financial Building (Chinese: 环球金融中心; Chinese: 環球金融中心) is a late-modernist supertall skyscraper in Chongqing, China. The office tower has a height of 339 metres (1,112 ft) and contain 79 floors. The skyscraper was first proposed in 2007 and broke ground in 2010. Construction of the glass and steel-building was completed in 2014. Upon completion, it was the tallest building in Chongqing, but will be surpassed by the Chongqing International Trade and Commerce Center in 2017.
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