Wuhan World Trade Tower
|Wuhan World Trade Tower|
|Address||686 Jiefang Dadao|
|Town or city||Wuhan|
|Tip||912 ft (278 m)|
|Floor count||60 (+2 below-grade)|
|Floor area||1,291,669 sq ft (120,000.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Wuhan Architectural Institute|
The Wuhan World Trade Tower (Chinese: 武汉世界贸易大厦) is a 273-meter (896 foot) tall skyscraper located in Wuhan, China. It became the tallest building in Wuhan after its completion. However, it was surpassed by the Minsheng Bank Building in 2007. As of September 2015 it is the 4th tallest in Wuhan measured up to the highest architectural point.
It was completed in 1998 and has 60 floors, two of which are underground and 58 are above ground. The lower levels of serve as a shopping mall and all levels above the mall serve as office spaces.
The tower's total height is 273 meters with the antenna. The tower is 248 metres tall up to the spire and 229 meters tall up to the roof. It has a total floor area of 1,430,000 square meters. The postmodern skyscraper is a tube-in-tube style structure with a curtain wall facade.
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