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Old March 16th, 2014, 02:44 PM   #281
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Is this by roof height? Spires/antennas often exaggerate a building's height tremendously.
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Old March 16th, 2014, 04:36 PM   #282
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I thought this was interesting:

100m+ Buildings Completed, U/C, Proposed

01. China 3,796
02. U.S.A. 3008
03. Japan 895
04. Canada 728
04. South Korea 728

06. Thailand 685
07. United Arab Emirates 509
08. India 489
09. Australia 459
10. Philippines 417


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Old March 16th, 2014, 04:53 PM   #283
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Canada.

All these countries have a a big population. Except for Canada and Australia but there almost everyone lives in big cities. And then there's the UAE.
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No worries. That sounds right. 1000 by 2020 is still very good. That could put it in the top 3 globally.
1000 100m+ completed by 2020 can't put in the top 3 globally. Because Shenzhen has already 1000 until now ( Hong Kong reached that figure around 1997-1998, and Shanghai in 2011) . Guangzhou now has more than 700 completed, and is booming construction, so that could easily touch 1000 before 2020.

So with 1000 completed in 2020, Manila will probably compete with Mumbai and Chongqing for the top 5 globally.
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Alright, but Manila could close the gap with Shanghai could it not?

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Canada.

All these countries have a a big population. Except for Canada and Australia but there almost everyone lives in big cities. And then there's the UAE.
Canada, Australia, and the UAE certainly pop out. None of these 3 countries should make any such top 10 let alone 4th, 7th, and 9th. If Canada keeps building like it is, it may move ahead of Japan into 3rd although India and the Philippines are sure to bump it back down eventually.

Btw, 50% of Canadians live in places under 1 million in the metropolitan area. It's really just the six 1 million+ metros carrying the whole tally.
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i think we can beat Bangkok in terms of 100m buildings by 2016

but manila needs a mega tall structure!
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I thought this was interesting:

100m+ Buildings Completed, U/C, Proposed

01. China 3,796
02. U.S.A. 3008
03. Japan 895
04. Canada 728
04. South Korea 728

06. Thailand 685
07. United Arab Emirates 509
08. India 489
09. Australia 459
10. Philippines 417


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It's for the whole country, not just major city?
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Tel Aviv - Yafo & metropolitan area


built - 101 + ( no anthenas or spires)

under construction - 88

approved/building permit -127
= 316

proposed - 100 - 200

total 400- 500

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Rank	Name	City	Location	Built	Use	Height (tip)	Floors (above ground)	Source
  
1-Moshe Aviv Tower (City Gate) Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2001 Office, Residential 244 m (771 ft) 68 [1][2] 
  2- Azrieli Center Circular Tower Tel Aviv Ayalon Highway 1999 Office 187 m (614 ft) 49 [3] 
  3-Leonardo City Tower Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2000 Hotel, Residential 170 m (560 ft) 45 [ ]      
4-Azrieli Center Triangular Tower Tel Aviv Ayalon Highway 1999 Office 169 m (554 ft) 48  
  5-Electra Tower Tel Aviv Ayalon Highway 2011 Office 165 m (541 ft) 47  
 6- K tower 1
		Multipurpose	m160	40	2013
K Tower 2 7-
Ashdod
		Multipurpose	m160	40	2014
 

8-Champion Motors Tower Bnei Brak Industrial Zone 2013 Office 159 m (522 ft) 40  
   9-Kirya Tower Tel Aviv Ayalon Highway 2005 Office 158 m (518 ft) 45  
                  10-  Nave Tower Bat Yam  2012 Residential 158 m (518 ft) 42     
9 11-W-Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2009 Residential 156 m (512 ft) 46  
1 12-Azrieli Center Square Tower Tel Aviv Ayalon Highway 2007 Office 154 m (505 ft) 46  
  13-Vision Tower Tel Aviv Kiryat Atidim 2010 Office 150 m (490 ft) 43     

 
 


 


14-Neve Tzedek Tower Tel Aviv Neve Tzedek 2007 Residential 147 m (482 ft) 47  
15-BSR Tower 3 Bnei Brak Bnei Brak CBD 2013 Office 144 m (472 ft) 38 [5] 
16- Meier on Rothschild Tower Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard
	Residential	142	40	2013

17-Yoo Tel Aviv 2 Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2007 Residential 142 m (466 ft) 41  
18-Manhattan Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2009 Residential 140 m (460 ft) 41  
19-Tel Aviv Tower 1 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2000 Residential 140 m (460 ft) 39  
20-Tel Aviv Tower 2 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2000 Residential 140 m (460 ft) 37  
21-Tel Aviv Tower 3 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2013 Residential 140 m (460 ft) 34 [6] 
22-Tel Aviv Tower 4 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2013 Residential 140 m (460 ft) 34 [6

23-Marganit Tower Tel Aviv The Kirya 1987 Office 138 m (453 ft) 17         
 
24-BSR Tower 3 Bnei Brak Industrial Zone 2013 Office 133.9 m (439 ft) 35  
25-First International Bank Tower Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard 2009 Office 132 m (433 ft) 35  
26-Ayalon Tower Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2008 Office 130    m (430 ft) 35 [7   ] 
 
27-Yoo Tel Aviv 1 Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2007 Residential 128 m (420 ft) 40  
1 28- 1 Rothschild Boulevard Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard 2010 Residential 125 m (410 ft) 34  
29-Aviv Rothschild Tower Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard 2013 Office 125 m (410 ft) 30 [8] 
30-Levinstein Tower Tel Aviv Begin Road 2000 Office 125 m (410 ft) 35     
31-Remez Tower Tel Aviv  2012 Residential 124 m (407 ft) 31  
32-Tzameret Tower 1 Tel Aviv  2002 Residential 123 m (404 ft) 34                
33-Tzameret Tower 2 Tel Aviv  2002 Residential 123 m (404 ft) 34                
34-Tzameret Tower 3 Tel Aviv  2005 Residential 123 m (404 ft) 34                 
35-BSR Tower 2 Bnei Brak  2004 Office 121 m (397 ft) 30                              
 
36-Shalom Meir Tower Tel Aviv  1965 Office 120 to 130 m (390 to 430 ft)  
37-White City   Residence Tel Aviv
		  Residential	m120	31	  2015
38-     Savyon Tower Ramat Gan Ben Gurion St. 2008 Residential 119 m (390 ft) 34  
39-Diamond Tower Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 1992 Office 115 m (377 ft) 32  
40-Beeri Nehardaa Tower Tel Aviv  2008 Residential 115 m (377 ft) 31  
41-Sunset Tower Netanya  2011 Residential 115 m (377 ft) 36  
42- Africa Israel tower                           Tel Aviv      115 m                                                                  
43-Gibor Sport House Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2000 Office 114 m (374 ft) 29  
 44-Gindi Sarona 1 
Tel Aviv Southern Kirya
	 Residential	m110  	31	2013 
45-Gindi Sarona 2 
Tel Aviv Southern Kirya
	 Residential	m110  	31	2013 
46-Gindi Sarona 3 
Tel Aviv Southern Kirya
	 Residential	m110  	31	2013 
Sky Tower 2  Netanya- 47
		 Residential	110m	34	2013
 
                                                                
 

48-Central Park Tower 2 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2011 Residential 110 m (360 ft) 35  
49-Faire Tower Ramat Gan  2012 Residential 110 m (360 ft) 3                      
50-Sky Tower 1 Netanya  2011 Residential 110 m (360 ft) 34                       
51-Sky Tower 2 Netanya  2011 Residential 110 m (360 ft) 34

52-Sea Opera 2 Netanya  2009 Residential 109 m (358 ft) 33                     53-BSR Tower 1City Park 
 	 	Ramat Gan     110 m    
54-Aviv BaTzameret Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2010 Residential 108 m (354 ft) 32  
55-Frishman 46 Tower Tel Aviv  2012 Residential 108 m (354 ft) 28         
 56-Isrotel Tower Tel Aviv  1997 Hotel, Residential 108 m (354 ft) 29           
 57-W Boutique Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2013 Residential 108 m (354 ft) 31  
 58-Matcal Tower Tel Aviv The Kirya 2005 Office 107 m (351 ft) 17               
 59-Vered Tower Giv'atayim  2001 Office 107 m (351 ft) 30                            
 60-Dizengoff Tower Tel Aviv  1986 Residential 106 m (348 ft) 24                  
 61-Bank Discount Tower Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard 2006 Office 105 m (344 ft) 30  
  62-David Tower Suites Netanya| 30 fl | 105m | 
 63-One Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2009 Residential 105 m (344 ft)    
 64-The Terraces Tower Netanya  2011 Residential 105 m (344 ft) 30 [12       
  65,66-Azorei Hapark towers 1+2 (2x 31 fl)  105m

 67-Gindi Heights 1 Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2010 Residential 104 m (341 ft) 30  
 68-Gindi Heights 2 Ramat Gan Diamond Exchange District 2010 Residential 104 m (341 ft) 30  
   69-Island suites Hotel  Netanya 34 fl 103 m
  70-Amot Platinum Tower 1 Petah Tikva Kiryat Aryeh 2012 Office 102 m         (335 ft) 26    
    71- B.S.R tasemeret 3       102 m
     72-B.S.R tasemeret 2       102 m  
  73-ONE tower             102 m

  74-Beit Rubinstein Tel Aviv Begin Road 1999 Office 102 m (335 ft) 28       
 76,75- tzamarot dan towers Petach Tikva 2X 28 fl 102m
77,78,79,80-Naveh towers Petach Tikva   | 28 FL x 4 |  
 
81,82,83-Ahuzat HaNassi Towers Rehovot 3 x 29 fl
 84,85,86-Dimri Trio Netanya| 3 x 28 fl | 102m |  
 87-Central Park Tower 1 Tel Aviv Nahalat Yitzhak 2011 Residential 102 m (335 ft) 31  
 88-Park Tower Giv'atayim Shetah 9 2011 Residential 102 m (335 ft) 31 [13  
89-Rothschild 30 Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard 2011 Residential 102 m (335 ft) 30  
90-NAM Tower Tel Aviv Park Tzameret 2010 Residential 101 m (331 ft)  
91,92,93,94-   shaar hayam Rishon le Zion 4 X24 fl 100 m  
95-Soutine 29 Tower Tel Aviv
		 Residential	100m	29fl	96- 
Azorei HaPark 1  Azorei HaPark  
Petah Tikva	100 m 	31 	skyscraper 	97-
Azorei HaPark 2 Azorei HaPark
 
Petah Tikva	100 m 	31 	skyscraper 	2013

98-Sea One Tower  Tel Aviv 28fl  100m  

                                                                                                                                                      
99-   Bar Kochva Tower Bnei Brak| 100 m | 25 FL |        
 100-Gan Ha'Ir Tower Tel Aviv  1989 Residential 100 m (330 ft) 2
 101-Sonol Tower    99.8 m          29 fl                                         102-Skyline Tower 
	96 m 	29 	high-rise building 	2012 	
  	 76
103- D-Mall Tower [The Diamond Exchange                                   
22 	91 m 	25 	high-rise building 	1978 	
 	  77
Ayalon Insurance House [Dori Towers                                104-
238 	90 m 	20 	high-rise building 	2004 	
						
                                                            Tzameret Dankner 105-
	96 m 	30 	high-rise building 	2010 	
  Platinum Tower [Southern Kirya                                    106-
17 	96 m 	23 	high-rise building 	1999 	
                                                          Lev HaYir Tower 107-
50 	95 m 	26 	high-rise building 	2004 	
8                                                    Europe-Israel Tower 108-
  	95 m 	24 	high-rise building 	1979 	
8                                  Toyota Tower 1 [Toyota Towers] 109-
18 	94 m 	23 	high-rise building 	2001 	
                                                           Alrov Tower      110-          
40 	93 m 	26 	high-rise building 	1999 	
                      85Dizenghoff Tower [Dizenghoff Center] 111-
19 	93 m 	25 	high-rise building 	1985 	
 The Tower                                                                    112- 
28 	92 m 	29 	high-rise building 	1986 	
                            Millennium Tower [Southern Kirya] 113-
18 	92 m 	25 	high-rise building 	1999 	
                                      	                        G Tel Aviv 114-
	90 m 	26 	high-rise building 	2011

U/C
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1-2 TEL AVIV | Tozeret Ha'aretz by Ron Arad | 285m & 135m | 935ft & 442ft | 72fl & 30fl |U/C

3 TEL AVIV | Sarona Azrieli Tower | 230m | 754ft | 57 fl | U/C 
4-5 Tel-Aviv | Midtown | 2x50 fl | 210m | U/C

6 Ramat Gan | Sapir Tower | 205 m | 52 FL | .
7 RAMAT GAN | Azorim Elite | 60 Fl | U/C 
8 Givatayim | Shachar Tower | 200 m | 53 FL | U/C

 9-10 Tel Aviv | Alon Towers (BSR Center TLV) | 165 m | 2 x 45 FL | U/C

 
Dimri Tower	 		11 Dimri tower Ashdod  Under construction	Residential	163m  	44	2014
    
12-13 Bat-Yam | Uptown Tower | 46 FL 162m, 29 FL 129m | U/C 

14-15Tel-Aviv | Haarba'a towers | 34 & 38 fl | 160m & 146m | U/C

16-17 Tel Aviv | Arlozorov Young Towers | 160m, 140m | 47 + 41 FL | U/C

18 Tel Aviv | W Prime | 158 m | 46 FL | U/C
 
19 RAMAT GAN | Amot Atrium Tower | 153m | 501ft | 37 fl | U/C

20 RAMAT GAN | Menora Tower | 146m | 479ft | 35 fl | U/C

21-24 Tel Aviv | Park Bavli | 4x 150 m | 4 x 44 Fl | U/C

25 Bnei Brak | BSR 4 |  FL 4=40 FL | U/C 
26 Bat Yam | Bat Yam Beach Hotel | 145 m| 45 FL | U/C
27 Bat-Yam | SUN HOTEL | 40 FL | U/C

28-29 Ramat Gan | Geffen Towers | 110m, 140m | 32 + 41 FL | U/C
30 Bat Yam | Migdal HaYam | 138 m | 37 FL | U/C

31 Bat Yam | Azorim Hof Bat Yam | 135 m | 40 FL | U/C

32 Bat Yam | Hadar Yam | 135 m | 38 FL | U/C

33 Bat Yam | Ashdar Bat Yam | 147 m | 42 FL | U/C

34 Tel Aviv | Shevet Moshe tower | 147m | U/C

35 TEL AVIV | H Tower | 145m | 475ft | 31f | U/C 
36 Ramat Gan | Pisgat Dan - Jabotinsky 105 | 140 m | 40 fl | u/c

37 Tel Aviv | Galit Tower | 140 m | 36 FL | U/C
 38-41 Ramat Gan | Maslavi Elite Towers | 140 m | 4 x 40 FL | U/C
42Ramat Gan | Time Tower | 135 m | 38 FL | U/C 
43-44 NETANYA | Lagoon Towers | 38 fl, 35 fl | 130m | u/c

45Tel Aviv | Delek Motors Tower | 120 m | 29 FL | U/C
46-49RAMAT GAN | Marom Negba | 32 fl x4 | u/c
50-61RISHON LEZION | Kiryat haOmanim | 12 x 26-34 fl | u/c
62Ramat Gan | Migdal Al HaPark Tower | 120 m | 34 FL | U/C
63Holon | City Tower | 120 m | 30 FL | U/C
64Ramat Gan | Harel House (Crystal House) | 112 m | 26 fl | u/c

65Netanya | Maris Aura Tower | 30 FL | U/C
66Tel Aviv | 17 Arlozorov | 110 m | 30 FL | U/C

67 Ramat Gan | Marom Negba | 105 m | 32 fl | u/c
 
68  Petach Tikva Azorei Hapark
towers 1+2 (2x 31 fl) completed
3rd tower u/c
 
69,70,71 NETANYA | Halomot Tzukei HaShmura | 3 x 26 fl | u/c
72 Ramat Gan | Ordea Tower | 106 m | 30 FL | U/C
73 Tel Aviv | Gymnasia Tower | 100 m | 30 FL | U/C
74 Petah Tikva | Dori Tower | 100 m | 30 fl | u/c
75 Tel Aviv | Aviv Lieber Tower | 100 m | 30 FL | U/C
76-77 Tel Aviv | Green Park | 3x11, 17, 25, 27 FL | U/C
78 Ramat Gan | Or Al HaPark Tower | 104 m | 30 FL | U/C
79-78 Tel Aviv | Kidmat Tzahala Towers | 4 x 11 FL, 2 x 26 FL | U/C
80 Ramat Gan | Rama Tower | 100 m | 27 FL | U/C
81-82PETAH TIKVA | Azorei Hapark Towers | 2 x 31 fl + 24 fl | u/c
83-88 Rishon le Zion shaar hayam 6 X24 fl 100 m
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1,2,3Tel Aviv | Keren HaKirya Towers |340m| 80 FL + 50 FL + 45 FL | Prop 
4,5,6Ramat Gan | New Diamond Exchange Towers | 76fl + 55fl +52fl | Appd
7     TEL AVIV | Nitsba Tower | 64 fl | Appd
8    Givatayim | Eurocom Tower | 240 m | 70 FL | Appd
9     Givatayim | Hi Tower | 200m | 60 FL | Appd
10   TEL AVIV - Azriely Center 4th tower (Yediot Tower) | 255m | 836ft | Appd
11,12,13,14 Tel Aviv | Tara Towers | 4 x 40-55 fl | Appd
15 TEL AVIV | Maariv Tower | 50 fl | 200m | prop
 
16Tel Aviv | Hagag Tower | 180 m | 50 FL | App
17 Ramat Gan | Elite Diamond Tower | 176 m | 25 + 50 FL | Appd 
18 Tel Aviv | H Infinity | 168m | 551ft | 48 fl | Appd
19 Tel Aviv | Park Tzameret Tower 12 | 50 FL | Appd
20 Tel Aviv | Sitonai Market Towers | 160 m | 4 x 45 FL | Appd
21-26RAMAT GAN | Ganim Towers | 47 fl x 2, 33 fl x 4 | Appd
27 Bat Yam new Tower 46 floors
28 Bat Yam | Migdal Kenyon Bat Yam | 42 FL | Approved
29,30 BAT YAM | B Towers | 47 fl + 30 fl | Approved
31 Kalka Nimrodi Tower | 164m | 45 floors | approved
32 Ramat Gan | Aura Tower | 150 m | 45 FL | Appd
33,34Tel Aviv | Kanarit Towers | 150m | 2 x 44 FL | Appd
35TEL AVIV | Sharona Hotel | 40 fl | Appd
36-42BAT YAM | Almog VB | 2 x 40 fl, 4 x 30 fl, 13 fl | appd
43,44,45Bat Yam | Yoseftal Towers | 2 x 40 fl, 1 x 30 fl | Appd
46,47,48,49Tel Aviv | Solelim Towers | 110 m, 145 m | 2x 32 FL, 28 FL, 37 FL | Appd
50 Ramat Gan | Hillcrest Tower | 140 m | 32 FL | Appd

51 Bat Yam | HaOrgim Tower | 140m | 42 fl | Appd
52Ramat Gan | Ramat Marpeh Tower | 140 m | 42 FL | Appd
53,54,55TEL AVIV | Vitania Towers | 3 x 35-40 fl
56,57,58,59 Petach Tikva/osem / 4 X 40 fl /appd
60,61,62,63Tel Aviv kikar Hamedina   4X40 fl
64 BAT YAM | Sea Tower Bat Yam | 138m (453 ft) | 37 fl | Appd
65,66,67,Givatayim | Gindi Givatayim Park | 125m | 3 x 35-40 FL | Appd
68 Ramat Gan | Migdal Ahdut | 120 m | 34 FL | Appd

69Tel Aviv | H Shadal Tower | 120 m | 30 FL | Appd
70Tel Aviv | Ayalon City Tower | 120 m | 30 FL | Appd
71TEL AVIV | Agish Reved Tower | 119m | 28 fl | Appd
72Tel Aviv | We TLV | 110 m | 30 FL +12 FL | Appd 
73Tel Aviv | Mozes Mill Tower | 110 m | 27 FL | Appd
74Bat Yam | HaSandlar Tower | 135 m | 38 FL | Appd
75TEL AVIV | Ritz Carlton on Rothschild | 107m | 350ft | 29fl | Appd
76,77Tel Aviv | Gordon Towers | 105 m | 2 x 25/30 FL | Appd
78TEL AVIV | Sky Tower | 31 fl | Appd
79RISHON LEZION | Metro Tower | 38 fl | Approved
80Tel Aviv | Or Bavli Towers | 100 m | 20 + 28 FL | Prop
81Tel Aviv | Atad Tower | 100 m | 28 FL | Appd
82TEL AVIV | Isrotel Residences | 30 fl | Appd
83 Tel Aviv | Azorim Beit Lessin | 100 m | 28 FL | Appd
84Givat Shmuel | GS Mall Tower | 30 FL | Appd
85-89TEL AVIV | Neve Sharet VB | 5 x 30 fl
90Tel Aviv | Alon Tower | 30 fl | Appd
91Tel Aviv | Yad Eliyahu Tower | 30 FL | Prop
92Bat Yam | Atzmaut Tower | 30 Fl | Approved
93,94Tel Aviv | Dolphinarium Towers | 2 x 28 FL | Apppd    
95Ramat Gan | Or BaSdera | 100 m | 28 FL | Appd
96,97HOLON | Mikve Israel Towers | 2 x 28 fl | appd
98-107 10X RISHON LEZION | CBD, Ayalon Business district 10X 30-40 fl | Approved  
108 Bat Yam | Savyon Tower | 101 m | 27 FL | Appd
109RAMAT GAN | Gibor Tower | 8 fl addition (from 29 to 37 fl)
110,111Ramat Gan | Hamatmid Towers | 2 x 30 fl | Approved
112 Bnei Brak | Geha Tower | 35 FL | Appd
113,114NETANYA | Sarfati More | 2 x 28 fl | appd
115NETANYA | Top Agamim | 30 fl | 100m | Appd
116Givatayim | Korazin Diamond Tower | 100 m | 26 FL | Appd
117,118 Petach Tikva Max towers  2 X25 100 m
119,120 Ramat Hasharon: Aura VB Morasha Towers 5 x 25 fl approved
121 HERZLIYA | Pivko Glil Yam | 26 fl | Appd
122-126NETANYA | Agam Towers | 5 x 25 fl | Appd
127NETANYA | HaRav Kook Tower | 25 fl | Appd
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SSP says Tel Aviv has 97 buildings 100m+ built, under construction, or proposed. Perhaps you should submit your list to them so they can verify it all and get an up to date data table?
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SSP, Emporis, CTBUH etc are not reliable for Asian cities. Their database is incomplete.
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What is his list though? His other posts on SSC would suggest that his definition of Tel Aviv is absurdly large. Some of his posts peg the population higher than that of Israel.
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the Tel Aviv -Yafo greater metropolitan area is about 3.5+ million pop.
including tens of municipalities and local councils.

and those figures alone were used to define the metro size and no. of buildings within :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel_Aviv_Metropolitan_Area

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What is his list though? His other posts on SSC would suggest that his definition of Tel Aviv is absurdly large. Some of his posts peg the population higher than that of Israel.
watching the American/Australian method one can say :
11+ million pop live within 1 hour drive around the city.... (Israelis and Palestinians).
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watching the American/Australian method one can say :
11+ million pop live within 1 hour drive around the city.... (Israelis and Palestinians).
I understand the temptation to use US, Canadian, or Australian methods of calculating metropolitan areas in other parts of the world, but these are also vast nations that never had to worry about land scarcity.

Does using these huge catchment areas make sense in a country like Israel or the Netherlands? I'd say it doesn't. 11 million? If you go to Chicago (10 million in its metro), it's going to look and feel a hell of a lot bigger than Tel Aviv.

Chicago feels like a 10 million person metro, Tel Aviv does not. Tel Aviv is better described as a metro of 3.5 million with lots of cities and towns not far away.
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figures of metropolitan areas in north America/Australia looks ridiculous .
you might be right about the feeling and look of the city at the CBD/downtown area ,the problem that small area is surrounded by a huge African village density like area .

well after I read your comment I looked for the Chicago metro size and burst into laugh..

Chicago metropolitan area is 28,120 km2 and 9.7 million pop. , the whole size of Israel is just ...20,770 km2 .

and within just 10,000 km2 around Tel Aviv some 11 million pop. live.
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When will get the full list by country?
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I'm pretty sure SSP, CTBUH and Emporis didn't cover all the 100m+ buildings in China...Because it's kind of impossible to get the no. of 100m buildings in China...Shenzhen alone has around 1500 buildings imo. Then there's Chongqing, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Hong Kong...
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It's not impossible, but the Chinese don't have a good track record when it comes to making information public. Every single tower in China would have had its exact height listed when the plans were drawn up and a submission made for approval. The data hasn't been compiled and/or is difficult to get access to. The data certainly exists ..... somewhere.

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It's for the whole country, not just major city?
It's for the whole country so number for the Philippines looks like it hasn't been updated in a while. Would there be a significant number of 100m+ outside of metro Manila?
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It's for the whole country so number for the Philippines looks like it hasn't been updated in a while. Would there be a significant number of 100m+ outside of metro Manila?
i think 97 % percent of 100m building construction comes from Metro Manila and 3 % to other PH Cities such as Cebu and Davao
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Hong Kong Hong Kong has 2,354 333,836 and New York City United States 794 109,720.
That is unbelievable.
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I agree with tita.
The only city I can think of is Cebu. Which doesnt have that many.
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