|Alternative names||Riyadh City Center|
King Fahad Road|
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
|Cost||SR 1.7 billion (US$453 million)|
|Architectural||302.3 m (991.80 ft)|
|Top floor||290.4 m (952.76 ft)|
|Observatory||290.4 m (952.76 ft)|
2 below ground
|Floor area||185,000 m2 (1,991,323 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
Omrania and Associates
|Developer||Kingdom Holding Company|
|Main contractor||EL-Seif Engineering Contracting|
Kingdom Centre (Arabic: برج المملكة), is a 99-storey, 302.3 m (992 ft) skyscraper in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the fifth tallest skyscraper in the country, whose tallest two buildings are the Abraj Al Bait Towers and the Capital Market Authority Tower, and is the world's third tallest building with a hole after the Shanghai World Financial Center and the 85 Sky Tower in Taiwan.
The building is situated on 100,000 square metres site with car parking for 3,000 vehicles.
The upper third of the tower features an inverted parabolic arch. The building uses butt jointed glazing combined with the lack of both distinguished floor lines and other tall buildings around it. The lower two thirds were constructed with a reinforced concrete frame while the top third has a tubular steel frame.
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