Gulliver (building)

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Multifunctional Complex Gulliver
МФК «Гулливер».jpg
frontal view of the office part of the building as seen from Baseina Street
General information
LocationKyiv, Ukraine
Coordinates50°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 startedAugust 2003
CompletedNovember 2013[1]
Antenna spire162,4 m
Roof148.1 m (486 ft)[2]
Technical details
Floor count35 + 4 below ground
Floor area155,000 m2 (1,668,406 sq ft)
Design and construction
DeveloperTRI O LLC (Ukrainian: ТОВ «ТРИ О»)

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

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

The complex consists of a 35 stories high office building and a adjoining 10 to 16 stories high shopping mall with movie theaters, restaurants and other business and entertainment spots.

Originally the building was to be called "Continental", but in 2011 it was named of Gulliver after the eponymous hero of Jonathan Swifts novel Gulliver's Travels.

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ "Continental". Retrieved 2010-03-19.
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Preceded by
Parus Business Centre
Tallest building in Ukraine
Succeeded by
Klovski Descent 7A
Tallest building in Kyiv