Gulliver (building)

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Multifunctional Complex Gulliver
МФК Гулливер.JPG
frontal view of the office part of the building as seen from Basseyna Street
General information
Type mixed-use
Location Kiev, Ukraine
Coordinates 50°26′19″N 30°31′23″E / 50.43861°N 30.52306°E / 50.43861; 30.52306Coordinates: 50°26′19″N 30°31′23″E / 50.43861°N 30.52306°E / 50.43861; 30.52306
Construction started August 2003
Completed November 2013[1]
Cost $200 000 000
Antenna spire 162,4 m
Roof 148.1 m (486 ft)[2]
Technical details
Floor count 35 + 4 below ground
Floor area 155,000 m2 (1,668,406 sq ft)
Design and construction
Developer TRI O LLC (Ukrainian: ТОВ «ТРИ О»)

The Multifunctional Complex Gulliver (Ukrainian: Багатофункціональний комплекс «Gulliver») is a 35-story mixed-use building in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.

It is located at the very centre of the city near Palats Sportu metro station (municipal address: 1, Sportyvna Sq). It is the highest office building in Kiev and is the second highest building in the country.[3]

Beside offices which are located in the tower block, the building also has lower block which houses a shopping mall, cinema theater, and other business and entertainment spots.

Originally the building was to be called "Continental", but in 2011 it was decided to give a name of Gulliver.

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Preceded by
Parus Business Centre
Tallest building in Ukraine
Succeeded by
7 Klov Descent
Tallest building in Kiev