Shun Hing Square
|Shun Hing Square|
Shun Hing Square in August 2012
|Type||Office, parking garage, retail|
|Location||5002 Shennan Road East, Shenzhen, China|
|Owner||Kumagai Gumi Company|
|Architectural||384 m (1,260 ft)|
|Roof||325 m (1,066 ft)|
|Top floor||298.1 m (978 ft)|
|Observatory||298.1 m (978 ft)|
|Floor count||69 (+3 basement floors)|
|Floor area||280,000 m2 (3,000,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||K.Y. Cheung Design Associates|
|Developer||Shun Hing Group|
|Structural engineer||Maunsell AECOM Group|
The building was built at a pace of four floors in nine days. The main tower is of office space, while an accompanying 120-metre-tall, 35-floor annex contains apartments, a car park and a 5-storey shopping arcade complex, four sets of escalators, five passenger lifts and two service lifts, and a floor area ranging from 3450 m2 to 4900 m2. On the top floor is the Meridian View Centre, an observation deck. Its common nickname "Diwang Building" derives from the auction price for the piece of land it stands being the most expensive in Shenzhen at the time. 24,500 tonnes of steel were used in construction.
Currently, the building is
- The third tallest in Shenzhen
- 10th tallest building in mainland China
- 28th tallest in the world
- the tallest building in the world with fewer than 70 floors
- the tallest all-steel building in China.
- the tallest building in China from 1996 to the completion of CITIC Plaza in Guangzhou in 1997.
- the first skyscraper in China to be one of the ten tallest in the world (Bank of China Tower and Central Plaza, of Hong Kong, were constructed while Hong Kong was still under British sovereignty).
- tallest building constructed in Shenzhen in the 1990s.
- tallest building in Shenzhen from 1996 to September 2011, surpassed by the nearby 441.8-metre-tall (1,449 ft) Kingkey 100.
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- List of tallest buildings in the world
- List of tallest buildings and structures in the People's Republic of China
- List of tallest buildings in Shenzhen
See Video: Meridian View Centre observation deck
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