One Lujiazui

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One Lujiazui
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General information
Type office, residential
Location Pudong New District, Shanghai, China
Coordinates 31°14′36″N 121°30′07″E / 31.243329°N 121.50189°E / 31.243329; 121.50189Coordinates: 31°14′36″N 121°30′07″E / 31.243329°N 121.50189°E / 31.243329; 121.50189
Construction started 2004
Completed 2008
Owner Shanghai Development Real Estate Co., Ltd. [1]
Antenna spire 269 m (883 ft)
Roof 239 m (784 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 57
Floor area 110,000 m2 (1,200,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Nikken Sekkei Ltd [2]

One Lujiazui, previously known as Development Tower, is a recently built skyscraper in Shanghai, China. It is one of the one hundred tallest buildings in the world and tied for the 7th tallest in Shanghai with the Bocom Financial Towers. Finished in 2008, the tower stands 269 metres tall.[4] The glass highrise's primary use is as an office building,[5] though it also offers over 6,000 square metres of residential space.[6] One Lujiazui is located near the Lujiazui Central Park, by the Huangpu River.


Design Architect : Tomohiko Yamanashi / NIKKEN SEKKEI (Japan)

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