|Status||DC Tower 1 finished, DC Tower 2 under construction|
|Town or city||Vienna|
|Construction started||17 June 2010|
|Completed||Summer 2013 (est. for DC Tower 1)|
DC Tower 2 will start after completion of DC Tower 1
|Height||220 m (720 ft) - DC Tower 1|
168 m (551 ft) - DC Tower 2
|Floor count||60 (DC Tower 1)|
44 (DC Tower 2)
|Floor area||93,600 m2 (1,008,000 sq ft) - DC Tower 1|
61,700 m2 (664,000 sq ft) - DC Tower 2
|Design and construction|
DC Tower 1, the tallest skyscraper in Austria at 220 metres high (250 metres including the antenna spire), was officially finished with an opening ceremony on 26 February 2014 attended by architect Dominique Perrault and former astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Due to the global financial crisis of 2007, ground breaking had been delayed several times. Eventually, construction was started on 17 June 2010.
As of June 2012, tenants were confirmed for 50 percent of the floor space according to the owner Wiener Entwicklungsgesellschaft für den Donauraum. Most of the available floor space will be used for offices. Baxter International has been confirmed as one of the largest tenants. The upper floors will be used for apartments, while the first 15 floors will house a four-star hotel operated by the Spanish Sol Meliá Group. There will also be a restaurant in one of the top floors.
DC Tower 2 will reach 180 metres, making it Vienna's fourth tallest building. It will house offices, shops and rental flats.
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- DC Tower 1
- DC Tower 1 opening (in German)
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- "DC tower by Dominique Perrault rises above Vienna as austria's tallest building". designboom | architecture & design magazine. 27 February 2014. Retrieved 23 August 2020.