Shimao International Plaza
|Shimao International Plaza|
Shimao International Plaza from the west
|Architectural||333.3 m (1,094 ft)|
|Roof||256 m (840 ft)|
|Floor area||91,600 m2 (986,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Ingenhoven Overdiek und Partner, East China Architectural Design & Research Institute Co. Ltd.|
Shimao International Plaza (Chinese: 上海世茂国际广场) is a 333.3 m (1,094 ft) tall skyscraper of 60 storeys in Shanghai's Huangpu District. It was completed in 2006 under the design of Ingenhoven, Overdiek und Partner, East China Architecture and Design Institute.
Shimao International Plaza has two spires on its top, which make its total construction height to 333.3 metres. Most of the building (the upper 48 floors) houses the five-star, ultra-luxurious Le Royal Méridien Shanghai hotel with 770 rooms. The building also includes a 9 floor shopping mall and 3 floors of exclusive clubs.
Shanghai Shimao Group bought the original developer of the tower, Wan Xiang Group, in 2001 and the name of the building was changed.
- "Shimao International Plaza - The Skyscraper Center". Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
- Shimao International Plaza on CTBUH Skyscraper Center
- Shimao International Plaza at Emporis
- Shimao International Plaza at SkyscraperPage
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