The entire area shown in that pic is basically just one giant pit. Imagine how much soil has been removed. :nuts:
Yes there's probably less office space, but most of the project is residential and much denser than almost all American cities. This project isn't even in "downtown" Guiyang.to be fair these developments usually aren't half as dense as american city centres, besides the most parking lot ridden ones. they look impressive, but in terms of office square footage they likely aren't anywhere close to large US office clusters like Chicago.
omg look how many buildings are U/C right now mg:mg:mg:
You are right,this project include 220 100m+ highrises(include 2 300m+ and 2 400m+),covering an area of 4 square kilometers, total construction area of 18,300,000 square meters:I checked Guiyang's thread in Gaoloumi Forum, and they are talking about around 200 100m+/40storey+ highrises under construction on this location,
I am going to quote this to this threadhttp://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1636623&page=20You are right,this project include 220 100m+ highrises(include 2 300m+ and 2 400m+),covering an area of 4 square kilometers, total construction area of 18,300,000 square meters:
(Guiyang's climate always cloudy,not air pullution)