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Old September 15th, 2014, 05:18 PM   #1
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SEOUL | New Seoul Station International Convention Center Towers | 182m | 40 fl | 100m | 27 fl | App



LOCATION: 426 Cheongpa-ro, 122-15 Bongraedong 2-ga, Jung-gu
HEIGHT: Office Tower > 182m | Hotel Tower > 100m
FLOORS: Office Tower > 40 fl | Hotel Tower > 27 fl
USE: Office, Convention | Hotel
CONSTRUCTION START: 2015
CONSTRUCTION END: 2018
STATUS: Approved
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Old September 15th, 2014, 06:36 PM   #2
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Nice multi purpose development here. Is there a retail component? I can sense the smell of the mall.
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Nice multi purpose development here. Is there a retail component? I can sense the smell of the mall.
Yeah, retail, office, officetel, conferencing space, hotel... All in two buildings
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Old September 15th, 2014, 10:33 PM   #4
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It looks like this is going to be built above the tracks coming out of the northern side of Seoul Station. It's like a mini Hudson Yards project .
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I knew this project has a thread ! Finally found it in the 11th page of my subscribed Korean threads. lol

Here is the post I posted on the Projects and Construction thread



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Major Hotel and Convention Center just North of Seoul Station - 40 floors

A new project has emerged... well, actually a project that has come back from the dead after a couple of years.

It has been discussed before, but was put on hold, and almost scrapped, because of disagreements between Korail and Seoul.

Korail wants to build a large complex just North of the station, between the Seoul 7017 overpass (and future park), and the Yeomcheon Bridge. Right now it's just rail tracks and ugly rail structures.

So that's a huge project that would involve a 40-building hotel, convention center (bigger than COEX) and shopping complex.

The previous renders were as follows:


http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?...aid=0002084764

The initial project was rejected by the city, but Korail has apparently made some concessions, so now it has been accepted, so Korail and Seoul have finally buried the hatchet after at least 2 years. I think the final renders will be a bit different from that previous picture, but the overall scale and philosophy of the project would remain fairly similar.

Here is a photo I took on Christmas Day when they opened up the Seoul Overpass, which shows the location of the future project (just over the railroads):
Untitled by kimahrikku1, on Flickr

So keep an eye on this project (that would probably be the tallest buidling in the historical part of the city), although it's definitely not shovel-ready yet.
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