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Old April 10th, 2006, 03:07 AM   #421
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great shots altin
at level 39 in corebox, the current height is 145m.
new york yankee. its not as simple at 39x 4m. most floors are under 4m.
im going off elevations. ;-0

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Old April 10th, 2006, 02:14 PM   #422
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The floors are about 3,7 m.
+ a ceiling of ?? 0,5 m ??
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Old April 10th, 2006, 05:19 PM   #423
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You can see the rebar getting started for the next set of circular concrete columns on the set back floor in that last shot. Such great photos for a great building.
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Old April 10th, 2006, 05:32 PM   #424
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Old April 10th, 2006, 09:58 PM   #427
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great shot privy

look how the entire BD development enlighted
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Old April 10th, 2006, 11:33 PM   #428
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This will preety much put a damper on the other tall skyscrapers being built in the world. I know kuwait says it will build a tower of 1000m, but that will be what a 50 years from now. Yes I would have liked for the tallest in the world to be built in the U.S. to show revitalization but I realize it will never happen. Anyways good for Dubai but I hope it doesnt become a terroist target. I just hope they dont go overboard with this building thing of 400+m skyscrapers announced everyday.
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In terms of previous record holders....
It's past the Great Pyramid (125m?) and is now approaching the height of Lincoln Cathedral (which held the record in the 14th C) when it had a spire in the region of 145m or so.
After that I think we're onto the early New York skyscrapers... and as tall as the Eiffel Tower by Christmas? around 300m, if not a bit taller...
PS. Great work on the latest daylight pics Altin.

Privvy - I think I finally spotted BD in the first nighttime shot. There's that big square kilometre of lights that's the Dubai Mall area and surrounding construction vechiles. To the far right of that square of light are what like 3 towers (the tallest in the middle) - but it's really the Burj Dubai. The 5 towers on the left of that square of light are the residences.
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as mentioned earlier, the height is approaching the 150m mark... imagine in the aerial night shot burj dubai standing at around 800m... it will completely dwarf everything around it!
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This will preety much put a damper on the other tall skyscrapers being built in the world. I know kuwait says it will build a tower of 1000m, but that will be what a 50 years from now. Yes I would have liked for the tallest in the world to be built in the U.S. to show revitalization but I realize it will never happen. Anyways good for Dubai but I hope it doesnt become a terroist target. I just hope they dont go overboard with this building thing of 400+m skyscrapers announced everyday.
the 1001m kuwaiti tower will finish in the next 5 years the city will finish 20 to 25 years
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Old April 12th, 2006, 01:26 AM   #432
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Here's a list of the 150 Tallest Shyscrapers. We can watch BD move up the list.

Highest skyscrapers by architectural detail (top 150)
(Note: Destroyed buildings not included, notably the World Trade Center which would be in the top 10) Adapted from [2]

Rank Building City Country Height Floors Built
1 Taipei 101 Taipei Republic of China (Taiwan) 509 m 1,671 ft 101 2004
2 Petronas Tower 1 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 452 m 1,483 ft 88 1998
3 Petronas Tower 2 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 452 m 1,483 ft 88 1998
4 Sears Tower Chicago United States 442 m 1,451 ft 108 1974
5 Jin Mao Tower Shanghai People's Republic of China 421 m 1,380 ft 88 1998

6 Two International Finance Centre Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 415 m 1,362 ft 88 2003
7 CITIC Plaza Guangzhou People's Republic of China 391 m 1,283 ft 80 1997
8 Shun Hing Square Shenzhen People's Republic of China 384 m 1,260 ft 69 1996
9 Empire State Building New York City United States 381 m 1,250 ft 102 1931
10 Central Plaza Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 374 m 1,227 ft 78 1992

11 Bank of China Tower Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 367 m 1,205 ft 72 1990
12 Emirates Office Tower Dubai United Arab Emirates 355 m 1,163 ft 54 2000
13 Tuntex Sky Tower Kaohsiung Republic of China (Taiwan) 348 m 1,140 ft 85 1997
14 Aon Center Chicago United States 346 m 1,136 ft 83 1973
15 The Centre Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 346 m 1,135 ft 73 1998

16 John Hancock Center Chicago United States 344 m 1,127 ft 100 1969
17 Shimao International Plaza Shanghai People's Republic of China 333 m 1,093 ft 60 2006
18 Minsheng Bank Building Wuhan People's Republic of China 331 m 1,087 ft 68 2006
19 Ryugyong Hotel Pyongyang North Korea 330 m 1,083 ft 105 1992
20 Q1 Gold Coast Australia 323 m 1,058 ft 78 2005

21 Burj Al Arab Dubai United Arab Emirates 321 m 1,053 ft 60 1999
22 Chrysler Building New York City United States 319 m 1,046 ft 77 1930
23 Nina Tower I Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 319 m 1,046 ft 80 2006
24 Bank of America Plaza Atlanta United States 312 m 1,023 ft 55 1992
25 US Bank Tower Los Angeles United States 310 m 1,018 ft 73 1990

26 Menara Telekom Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 310 m 1,017 ft 55 2001
27 Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel Dubai United Arab Emirates 309 m 1,014 ft 56 2000
28 AT&T Corporate Center Chicago United States 307 m 1,007 ft 60 1989
29 JPMorgan Chase Tower Houston United States 305 m 1,002 ft 75 1982
30 Baiyoke Tower II Bangkok Thailand 304 m 997 ft 85 1997

31 Two Prudential Plaza Chicago United States 303 m 995 ft 64 1990
32 Kingdom Centre Riyadh Saudi Arabia 302 m 992 ft 41 2002
33 First Canadian Place Toronto Canada 298 m 978 ft 72 1976
34 Eureka Tower Melbourne Australia 297 m 975 ft 91 2006
35 Yokohama Landmark Tower Yokohama Japan 296 m 972 ft 70 1993

36 Wells Fargo Plaza Houston United States 296 m 972 ft 71 1983
37 311 South Wacker Drive Chicago United States 293 m 961 ft 65 1990
38 SEG Plaza Shenzhen People's Republic of China 292 m 957 ft 70 2000
39 American International Building New York City United States 290 m 952 ft 66 1932
40 Key Tower Cleveland United States 289 m 947 ft 57 1991

41 Plaza 66 Shanghai People's Republic of China 288 m 945 ft 66 2001
42 One Liberty Place Philadelphia United States 288 m 945 ft 61 1987
43 Columbia Center Seattle United States 285 m 937 ft 76 1985
44 Tomorrow Square Shanghai People's Republic of China 285 m 934 ft 55 2003
45 Chongqing World Trade Center Chongqing People's Republic of China 283 m 929 ft 60 2005

46 Cheung Kong Centre Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 283 m 928 ft 62 1999
47 The Trump Building New York City United States 283 m 927 ft 70 1930
48 Bank of America Plaza Dallas United States 281 m 921 ft 72 1985
49 Republic Plaza Singapore Singapore 280 m 919 ft 66 1995
50 OUB Centre Singapore Singapore 280 m 919 ft 63 1986

51 UOB Plaza One Singapore Singapore 280 m 919 ft 66 1992
52 Citigroup Center New York City United States 279 m 915 ft 59 1977
53 Hong Kong New World Tower Shanghai People's Republic of China 278 m 913 ft 61 2002
54 Scotia Plaza Toronto Canada 275 m 902 ft 68 1988
55 Williams Tower Houston United States 275 m 901 ft 64 1983

56 Wuhan World Trade Tower Wuhan People's Republic of China 273 m 896 ft 58 1998
57 Renaissance Tower Dallas United States 270 m 886 ft 56 1974
58 Dapeng International Plaza Guangzhou People's Republic of China 269 m 884 ft 56 2004
59 21st Century Tower Dubai United Arab Emirates 269 m 883 ft 55 2003
60 Al Faisaliyah Center Riyadh Saudi Arabia 267 m 876 ft 30 2000

61 900 North Michigan Chicago United States 265 m 871 ft 66 1989
62 Bank of America Corporate Center Charlotte United States 265 m 871 ft 60 1992
63 SunTrust Plaza Atlanta United States 265 m 871 ft 60 1992
64 Bocom Financial Towers Shanghai People's Republic of China 265 m 869 ft 52 2002
65 Triumph-Palace Moscow Russia 264 m 866 ft 61 2004

66 120 Collins Street Melbourne Australia 264 m 866 ft 52 1991
67 Samsung Tower Palace 3 - Tower G Seoul South Korea 264 m 865 ft 73 2004
68 Trump World Tower New York City United States 262 m 861 ft 72 2001
69 Shenzhen Special Zone Press Tower Shenzhen People's Republic of China 262 m 860 ft 48 1998
70 Water Tower Place Chicago United States 262 m 859 ft 74 1976

71 Grand Gateway Shanghai I Shanghai People's Republic of China 262 m 859 ft 52 2005
72 Grand Gateway Shanghai II Shanghai People's Republic of China 262 m 859 ft 52 2005
73 Aon Center Los Angeles United States 262 m 858 ft 62 1973
74 TD/Canada Trust Tower Toronto Canada 261 m 856 ft 53 1990
75 101 Collins Street Melbourne Australia 260m 853 ft 50 1991

76 Post & Telecommunication Hub Guangzhou People's Republic of China 260 m 853 ft 66 2003
77 Transamerica Pyramid San Francisco United States 260 m 853 ft 48 1972
78 Chase Tower Chicago United States 259 m 850 ft 60 1969
79 GE Building New York City United States 259 m 850 ft 69 1933
80 Commerzbank Tower Frankfurt Germany 259 m 850 ft 56 1997

81 PBCOM Tower Makati Philippines 259 m 848 ft 55 2000
82 Two Liberty Place Philadelphia United States 258 m 848 ft 58 1990
83 Park Tower Chicago United States 257 m 844 ft 67 2000
84 MesseTurm Frankfurt Germany 257 m 842 ft 55 1990
85 U.S. Steel Tower Pittsburgh United States 256 m 841 ft 64 1970

86 Sorrento 1 Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 256 m 841 ft 75 2003
87 Mok-dong Hyperion I Tower Seoul South Korea 256 m 840 ft 69 2003
88 Rinku Gate Tower Building Izumisano Japan 256 m 840 ft 56 1996
89 New Century Plaza Tower A Nanjing People's Republic of China 255 m 837 ft 48 2006
90 Langham Place Office Tower Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 255 m 837 ft 59 2004

91 The Harbourside Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 255 m 837 ft 75 2003
92 Capital Tower Singapore Singapore 254 m 833 ft 52 2000
93 Highcliff Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 252 m 828 ft 72 2003
94 Bank of Shanghai Headquarters Shanghai People's Republic of China 252 m 827 ft 42 2005
95 Osaka World Trade Center Building Osaka Japan 252 m 827 ft 55 1995

96 Rialto Towers Melbourne Australia 251 m 824 ft 63 1986
97 Jiali Plaza Wuhan People's Republic of China 251 m 823 ft 61 1997
98 Chelsea Tower Dubai United Arab Emirates 250 m 820 ft 49 2005
99 Wisma 46 Jakarta Indonesia 250 m 820 ft 48 1996
100 One Atlantic Center Atlanta United States 250 m 820 ft 50 1987

101 Beijing Yintai Centre Tower 2 Beijing People's Republic of China 250 m 820 ft 63 2007
102 KLI 63 Building Seoul South Korea 249 m 817 ft 60 1985
103 Central Park Perth Australia 249 m 817 ft 52 1992
104 CitySpire Centre New York City United States 248 m 814 ft 75 1989
105 Hangzhou No.2 Telecom Hub Hangzhou People's Republic of China 248 m 814 ft 41 2003

106 One Chase Manhattan Plaza New York City United States 248 m 813 ft 60 1961
107 State Tower Bangkok Thailand 247 m 811 ft 68 2001
108 Chase Tower Indianapolis United States 247 m 811 ft 49 1990
109 Conde Nast Building New York City United States 247 m 809 ft 48 1999
110 MetLife Building New York City United States 246 m 808 ft 60 1963

111 Bloomberg Tower New York City United States 246 m 806 ft 54 2005
112 One Raffles Quay North Tower Singapore Singapore 245 m 804 ft 50 2006
113 JR Central Office Tower Nagoya Japan 245 m 804 ft 51 2000
114 Shin Kong Life Tower Taipei Republic of China (Taiwan) 245 m 803 ft 51 1993
115 City Gate Ramat Gan Israel 244 m 801 ft 68 2001

116 Chifley Tower Sydney Australia 244 m 801 ft 50 1992
117 Menara Maybank Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 244 m 799 ft 50 1988
118 Tokyo City Hall, Tower I Tokyo Japan 243 m 799 ft 48 1991
119 Citigroup Centre Sydney Australia 243 m 797 ft 50 2000
120 The Tower Dubai United Arab Emirates 243 m 796 ft 54 2002

121 Dalian World Trade Center Dalian People's Republic of China 242 m 794 ft 50 2000
122 Mellon Bank Center Philadelphia United States 241 m 792 ft 54 1990
123 Woolworth Building New York City United States 241 m 792 ft 57 1913
124 IDS Tower Minneapolis United States 241 m 792 ft 55 2002
125 Maxdo Centre Shanghai People's Republic of China 241 m 792 ft 55 2002

126 Bank of China Mansion Qingdao People's Republic of China 241 m 791 ft 54 1999
127 John Hancock Tower Boston United States 241 m 790 ft 60 1976
128 Four Seasons Hotel & Tower Miami United States 240 m 789 ft 64 2003
129 Manulife Plaza Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 240 m 789 ft 52 1998
130 Panglin Plaza Shenzhen People's Republic of China 240 m 787 ft 57 1999

131 Moscow State University Moscow Russia 240 m 787 ft 36 1953
132 NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building Tokyo Japan 240 m 787 ft 28 2000
133 Sunshine 60 Building Tokyo Japan 240 m 787 ft 60 1978
134 Bank One Center Dallas United States 240 m 787 ft 60 1987
135 Mok-dong Hyperion I Tower Seoul South Korea 239 m 785 ft 63 2003

136 Commerce Court West Toronto Canada 239 m 784 ft 57 1972
137 Deutsche Bank Place Sydney Australia 239 m 784 ft 39 2005
138 Roppongi Hills Mori Tower Tokyo Japan 238 m 781 ft 54 2003
139 30 Hudson Street Jersey City United States 238 m 781 ft 42 2004
140 Empire Tower Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 238 m 781 ft 62 1994

141 Tianjin Xinda Plaza Tianjin People's Republic of China 238 m 781 ft 51 2004
142 Bank of America Center Houston United States 238 m 780 ft 56 1983
143 Bank of America Center San Francisco United States 237 m 779 ft 52 1969
144 One Worldwide Plaza New York City United States 237 m 778 ft 50 1989
145 225 South Sixth Minneapolis United States 237 m 776 ft 56 1992

146 Wells Fargo Center Minneapolis United States 235 m 773 ft 57 1988
147 Sorrento 2 Hong Kong Hong Kong People's Republic of China 236 m 773 ft 66 2003
148 Washington Mutual Tower Seattle United States 235 m 772 ft 55 1988
149 One Canada Square London UK 235 m 771 ft 50 1991
150 191 Peachtree Tower Atlanta United States 235 m 770 ft 50 1990
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Old April 12th, 2006, 01:34 AM   #433
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This will preety much put a damper on the other tall skyscrapers being built in the world. I know kuwait says it will build a tower of 1000m, but that will be what a 50 years from now. Yes I would have liked for the tallest in the world to be built in the U.S. to show revitalization but I realize it will never happen. Anyways good for Dubai but I hope it doesnt become a terroist target. I just hope they dont go overboard with this building thing of 400+m skyscrapers announced everyday.
You could be making this statement about the Empire State building. Back then you had the Chrysler and Empire State buildings and it took a while before something surpassed them (was it the World Trade Center??).

Anyway now you have Burj Dubai going up and hopefully the Kuwaiti and Al Burj going up and we'll just see how long it takes to get those surpassed. In that time it would be cool to start seeing 2000ft tall buildings become commonlplace instead of 600-1000ft buildings that have cropped up over the years.
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The list is missing the recently completed 245 m Al Fattan Twin Towers in Dubai Marina.
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In terms of previous record holders....
It's past the Great Pyramid (125m?) and is now approaching the height of Lincoln Cathedral (which held the record in the 14th C) when it had a spire in the region of 145m or so.
After that I think we're onto the early New York skyscrapers... and as tall as the Eiffel Tower by Christmas? around 300m, if not a bit taller...
PS. Great work on the latest daylight pics Altin.

Privvy - I think I finally spotted BD in the first nighttime shot. There's that big square kilometre of lights that's the Dubai Mall area and surrounding construction vechiles. To the far right of that square of light are what like 3 towers (the tallest in the middle) - but it's really the Burj Dubai. The 5 towers on the left of that square of light are the residences.
the pyramid of Cheops was originally 146m but now 137m.
i think the next milestone should be when it hits 152m or 500ft and becomes an official skyscraper.lol (2 more rises) next week.
another milestone after would be 170m/washington monument), then 200m. ect.
300m on burj dubai = lev87 or tier 9.
i reckon by xmas (34 weeks) Burj dubai will be another 40 levels higher or lev80 which equates to 276m or 900ft high!
lets see how close i am.
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It's just hard to imagine that in due time a person taking pictures of this will probably have to stand a mile away to capture the whole thing in one shot.
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Old April 12th, 2006, 08:41 AM   #437
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Great list. When it beats number one on that list then it can beat the CN Tower and THEN it will be numero uno.

The CN Tower is still a skyscraper no matter what stupid CTBUH or BUTCH says.

Fordham will also surpass CN.
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Old April 12th, 2006, 11:15 AM   #438
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is this the fastest growing skysraper every built
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Old April 12th, 2006, 02:13 PM   #439
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^ there is a limit for concrete to set.basically a floor every 5-6 days or 5 floors per month.
but a couple of years ago in Atlanta, a 40storey/146m condo was built in 44 days! the construction was "tunnel form technique". they poured a floor everyday. when it was setting, the plumbers and electrics moved in at night. it was like a military style exercise.-
thus ths would be fastest skyscraper ever built!!
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the fastest 1000ft skyscraper was Bof America also in Atlanta!
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of...Plaza_(Atlanta)
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can we jet nearly say how much meters it would be have?
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