Naberezhnaya Tower

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Naberezhnaya Tower
Башня на набережной
Naberezhnaya Tower 2014.jpg
General information
Status Complete
Type Commercial offices
Residential
Location Moscow International Business Center, Moscow, Russia
Coordinates 55°44′48″N 37°32′13″E / 55.74667°N 37.53694°E / 55.74667; 37.53694Coordinates: 55°44′48″N 37°32′13″E / 55.74667°N 37.53694°E / 55.74667; 37.53694
Construction started 2003
Completed 2007
Cost $500 million
Owner City Center Investment B.V.
Height
Antenna spire 285 m (935 ft)
Roof Tower A: 85 m (279 ft)
Tower B: 127 m (417 ft)
Tower C: 268 m (879 ft)
Technical details
Floor count Tower A: 17
Tower B: 27
Tower C: 59
Floor area 254,000 m2 (2,730,000 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 45
Design and construction
Architect RTKL
ENKA Design
Developer ENKA
Structural engineer Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers
ENKA Design
Main contractor ENKA
References
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Naberezhnaya Tower (Russian: Башня на набережной, "Tower on the embankment") is an office complex consisting of 3 individual office buildings underconnected to each other via a common basement totalling approximately 254,000 m2 (2,730,000 sq ft) of lettable area of office and retail space based on Building Owners and Managers Association measurements. and located on plot 10 in the International Business Centre Moscow City in Moscow.

  • Block A is 85 metres, 17 floors tall. Completed in 2004.
  • Block B is 135.7 metres, 27 floors tall. Completed in 2005.
  • Block C was completed in 2007. At 268.4 meters, this 59-story tower remained the tallest skyscraper in Europe until the City of Capitals was completed in 2009.

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Records
Preceded by
Triumph Palace
Tallest Building in Europe
2007—2009
268 m
Succeeded by
City of Capitals
Preceded by
Triumph Palace
Tallest Building in the Former Soviet Union
2007—2009
268 m
Succeeded by
City of Capitals
Preceded by
Triumph Palace
Tallest Building in Russia
2007—2009
268 m
Succeeded by
City of Capitals
Preceded by
Triumph Palace
Tallest Building in Moscow
2007—2009
268 m
Succeeded by
City of Capitals