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Featured Buildings Involving thyssenkrupp Elevator

Eight Spruce Street

Eight Spruce Street, New York City

A beautiful building, elegantly fitting into its Manhattan context, “New York by Gehry” at Eight Spruce Street uses the very latest in computer-enabled construction.

Shanghai World Financial Center

Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai

The Shanghai World Financial Center has become an icon of Shanghai and China, with its clear and elegant form and revolutionary structural design.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center, New York City

Part of the ambitious World Trade Center redevelopment, the symbolic 1,776-foot One World Trade Center rises on the northwest corner of the Lower Manhattan site.

Nextower

Nextower, Frankfurt am Main

The striking interrelationship of the tilted façades forms the central theme of the design of this office tower and its smaller neighboring hotel.

Evolution Tower

Evolution Tower, Moscow

The Evolution Tower is an unusual addition to Moscow’s fast-growing International Business Center on the Presnenskaya Embankment of the Moscow River.

Helicon

Helicon, Monterrey

Standing over 150 meters, this office tower, with its illuminated towers, serves as a reference point for the financial corridor.

Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower

Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower, Hanoi

Completed as the tallest building in Vietnam, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower establishes a commanding focal point of the city’s Từ Liêm District.

NEO Bankside

NEO Bankside, London

Its four hexagonal pavilions have been arranged to provide residents with generous accommodation, stunning views and maximum daylight.

Comcast Center

Comcast Center, Philadelphia

Taking the form of a faceted obelisk, the tower is clad in silvery high-performance glass with ultra-clear, low-iron glass at the building’s corners and crown.

RAK Tower

RAK Tower, Ras al Khaimah

RAK Tower is located in the commercial and residential district of Ras Al Khaimah. It consists of prestigious offices, a gym and pool for residents, and a creek and sea view.

35XV Residences

35XV Residences, New York City

The first six stories of 35XV Residences feature a granite base containing a high school, while the upper residential portion is aluminum-clad with offset glass.

Capital Market Authority Tower

Capital Market Authority Tower, Riyadh

The CMA Tower is the tallest of the five structures that make up the plaza of the King Abdullah Financial District.

FKI Tower

FKI Tower, Seoul

FKI Tower features an innovative exterior wall, designed specifically for the project. The unique skin reduces internal heating and cooling loads and collects energy.

ECB - European Central Bank

ECB - European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main

European Central Bank's two towers are connected by a full-height atrium, referred to as the "vertical city."

ÏCE Condominiums at York Centre 2

ÏCE Condominiums at York Centre 2, Toronto

Ïce is a three-tower complex that is transforming the former CN Railway Lands at the foot of Toronto’s York Street.

Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo

Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin

The Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo building incorporates large environmentally friendly and socially conscious spaces as part of a design objective to experiment with communal urban forms.

Federation Towers - Vostok Tower

Federation Towers - Vostok Tower, Moscow

When completed in late 2016, the Federation Towers - Vostok Tower claimed the title of Europe's Tallest Building and was the third tallest building to open for occupancy that year.

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago

A rehabilitation center, this building was designed with accessibility in mind, featuring windows in every patient room, and built in lifting tracks to assist those practicing walking.

181 Fremont

181 Fremont, San Francisco

Winner of the 2019 CTBUH Structural and Geotechnical Engineering Awards this mixed-use building uses an exoskeleton structure to allow for open floor plates without columns.

Amorepacific Headquarters

Amorepacific Headquarters, Seoul

Winning a 2019 CTBUH Best Tall Building Award, this building is designed around a central courtyard to allow for maximized ventilation, natural light and for public permeability.

Amorepacific Headquarters

Amorepacific Headquarters, Seoul

Best Tall Building winner in the 100-199 Meters category at the 2019 Tall + Urban Innovation Conference, Amorepacific Headquarters' atrium connects this tower to its urban context.

About thyssenkrupp Elevator

The Elevator Technology business area brings together the ThyssenKrupp Group’s global activities in passenger transportation systems. With sales of 6.2 billion euros in fiscal 2012/2013 and customers in 150 countries, ThyssenKrupp Elevator is one of the world’s leading elevator companies.

With more than 49,000 highly skilled employees, the company offers innovative and energy-efficient products designed to meet customers’ individual requirements. The portfolio includes passenger and freight elevators, escalators and moving walks, passenger boarding bridges, stair and platform lifts as well as tailored service solutions for all products.

Over 900 locations around the world provide an extensive sales and service network to guarantee closeness to customers.

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thyssenkrupp Elevator at CTBUH

Skybridges Research Team Visits Major Projects in China, Malaysia

31 Jul 2019, Event Report – Three researchers from the CTBUH Skybridges Research Team visited four key…

CTBUH Holds Half-Day Skybridges Symposium

18 Jul 2019, Event Report – More than 100 attendees gathered at Linked Hybrid for a symposium held in…

Skybridges Research: CTBUH / IIT Studio Visit

11 Apr 2019, Event Report – As part of the Skybridges research project, CTBUH and IIT College of Architecture…

thyssenkrupp Elevator at CTBUH

Skybridges Research Team Visits Major Projects in China, Malaysia
31 Jul 2019, Shenzhen – Event Report
Three researchers from the CTBUH Skybridges Research Team visited four key skybridge-linked projects in Shenzhen, Chongqing, Beijing, and Kuala Lumpur.
CTBUH Holds Half-Day Skybridges Symposium
18 Jul 2019, Beijing – Event Report
More than 100 attendees gathered at Linked Hybrid for a symposium held in conjunction with the forthcoming skybridge research project, “Bringing the Horizontal Into the Vertical Realm.”
Skybridges Research: CTBUH / IIT Studio Visit
11 Apr 2019, New York City – Event Report
As part of the Skybridges research project, CTBUH and IIT College of Architecture traveled to NYC for presentations, workshops, and meetings regarding Skybridge designs.
CTBUH Earmarks $85,000 to Support Research & Academic Programs
6 Nov 2018, Dubai – CTBUH Research
During the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference, awards were conferred in relation to five CTBUH Research and Academic programs that will produce a number of important future outputs.
Vertical Transportation Working Group Meets at 2018 Conference
20 Oct 2018, Dubai – Event Report
The CTBUH Vertical Transportation Working Group held a meeting at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference to discuss an update of the Vertical Transportation Technical Guide.
Skybridges Research Project Holds First Meeting
19 Oct 2018, Dubai – CTBUH News
The CTBUH Skybridges research project steering committee held its initial kickoff meeting, just ahead of the 2018 Middle East Conference.
CTBUH Launches Two New Research Projects
24 Sep 2018, Chicago – CTBUH Research
The CTBUH has launched two fantastic research projects on Skybridges and Robotics in Tall Building Construction. Get involved now and contribute to the research!
CTBUH Beijing Hosts Innovative Building-Making Presentations
20 Sep 2017, Beijing – Event Report
CTBUH Beijing hosted the Innovative Building-Making presentation at Arup’s Beijing office, where industry experts discussed the design of some of their most innovative projects.
Master's Thesis Challenge
28 Aug 2017, Chicago – CTBUH News
CTBUH is launching a new academic initiative, empowering Master's-level architecture students to research new possibilities in rope-less elevator technology.
CTBUH Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators Team Holds Second Meeting
23 Jun 2017, Rottweil – Event Report
The second meeting of the research team involved in “A Study on the Design Possibilities Enabled by Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators” was held in Rottweil, Germany.
World’s First Rope-Less Elevator Unveiled in Germany
22 Jun 2017, Rottweil – Event Report
The official unveiling of the MULTI elevator system, the first linear-motor elevator, was held at the thyssenkrupp Test Tower in Germany.
CTBUH Germany Hosts Symposium on Technical Innovation
22 Jun 2017, Rottweil – Event Report
CTBUH Germany held a symposium to discuss the role of technical and technological innovation and its effect on the various disciplines within the construction industry.
First CAF-CTBUH Lecture Series Draws Crowd, Rave Reviews
16 Mar 2017, Chicago – Event Report
The CTBUH, in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), held the first of the four-part “Building Tall” lecture series at the CAF lecture hall.
AITS: Design of Tall Buildings Seminar
7-12 Nov 2016, Bangkok – Event Report
A multi-day seminar and workshop on "The Design of Tall Buildings" was organized in Bangkok, Thailand. The event was in collaboration between AIT, CSI, and supported by CTBUH.
2016 CTBUH Leaders Meeting Report
16 Oct 2016, Shenzhen – Event Report
The Annual Leaders Meeting was held this year in conjunction with the 2016 Conference in China, bringing together the Council’s leaders from around the world.
CTBUH Board of Trustees Set the Agenda for 2017
16 Oct 2016, Shenzhen – Event Report
The Board of Trustees held their second meeting of the year in conjunction with the 2016 Conference to discuss the Council’s plans for 2017.
CTBUH 2016 Conference Platinum Sponsor
16-21 Oct 2016 – Conference Sponsor
Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism takes place progressively across three Chinese cities: Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong.
Research Kick-off Meeting: Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators
30 Aug 2016, Chicago – Event Report
The kick-off meeting for the CTBUH research project on rope-less, non-vertical elevators sponsored by thyssenkrupp AG was held on the campus of IIT.
CTBUH 2015 New York Conference Platinum Sponsor
26-30 Oct 2015, New York City – Conference Sponsor
After a post-recession hiatus in tall building construction in many countries lasting several years, numerous cities are again resurgent.
Opening VIP Reception
25 Oct 2015, New York City – Conference Activity Report
This special reception held on the eve of the Conference gave VIPs a unique opportunity to mingle in the fantastic setting of the new One World Trade Center.
Making High-Rise Work
11 Jun 2015, Melbourne – Event Report
CTBUH Melbourne hosted their second lecture of 2015 entitled “Making High-Rises* Work,” which attracted nearly 50 industry supporters representing a wide range of expertise.
Inaugural Japan Symposium Rises to the Occasion in Tokyo
22 May 2015, Tokyo – Event Report
CTBUH held its inaugural Japan Symposium at the Academy Hills lecture hall of the Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills, bringing together leading experts
ThyssenKrupp Launches MULTI Ropeless Elevator System
27 Nov 2014, Essen – Event Report
On a rainy November day, ThyssenKrupp announced to the world the launch of a shiny new product, a ropeless elevator system.
CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Silver+ Sponsor
16-19 Sep 2014, Shanghai – Conference Sponsor
The survival of humanity relies on a radical repositioning of our cities to develop them beyond a collection of disparate icons, towards a vision of a Sustainable Vertical Urbanism.
Vertical Transportation Workshop, Shanghai 2014
16 Sep 2014, Shanghai – Event Report
The room containing the Technical Workshop session on Vertical Transportation was packed with more than 200 vertical transportation experts from all over the world.

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Ian Smith

Ian Smith

CTBUH Working Group: Vertical Transportation, 2018 – Present
Hong Kong, China

Karl-Otto Schoellkopf

Karl-Otto Schoellkopf

CTBUH Working Group: Vertical Transportation, 2017 – Present
Düsseldorf, Germany

Patrick Bass

Patrick Bass

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2014

CTBUH Leaders at thyssenkrupp Elevator

Ian Smith

Ian Smith

CTBUH Working Group: Vertical Transportation, 2018 – Present
Hong Kong, China

Karl-Otto Schoellkopf

Karl-Otto Schoellkopf

CTBUH Working Group: Vertical Transportation, 2017 – Present
Düsseldorf, Germany

Patrick Bass

Patrick Bass

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2014

Michael Cesarz

Michael Cesarz

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2019
Essen, Germany

Stefan Gerstenmeyer

Stefan Gerstenmeyer

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2015
Stuttgart, Germany

Markus Jetter

Markus Jetter

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Stuttgart, Germany

Andreas Schierenbeck

Andreas Schierenbeck

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Düsseldorf, Germany

Isabel Gonzalez

Isabel Gonzalez

CTBUH Annual Conference, Session Chair, 2017
Gijon, Spain

Matthew Watkins

Matthew Watkins

CTBUH Annual Conference, Session Chair, 2019
Dallas, United States

Luis Ramos

Luis Ramos

CTBUH Annual Conference, Steering Committee, 2016

Jurrien van den Akker

Jurrien van den Akker

CTBUH Annual Conference, Steering Committee, 2019
Chicago, United States

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CTBUH Resources Involving thyssenkrupp Elevator

Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

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Award of Excellence

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Panel Discussion: What Makes for Innovative Tall Building Interiors?

9 Apr 2019 – Xiaomei Lee, Gensler; Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp; Jeff Tung, New World Development Company Limited; et al.

Advancing the Skybridge: What's Next?

22 Oct 2018 – Daniel Ayars, NBBJ; Roland Bechmann, Werner Sobek Group; Fadi Jabri, NIKKEN SEKKEI LTD; Markus Jetter, thyssenkrupp

Skybridges: What are the Opportunities?

21 Oct 2018 – Anton Davies, RWDI; Ignacio Gomez, Aedas; Linxue Li, Tongji University; Andreas Schierenbeck, thyssenkrupp

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New Approaches for Efficient People Transportation in Both Dimensions – Vertically and Horizontally

17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
Karl-Otto Schoellkopf & Joerg Mueller, thyssenkrupp Elevator

A Next Generation Vertical Transportation System

26 Oct 2015 – The Future of Tall: A Selection of Written Works on Current Skyscraper Innovations
Markus Jetter & Stefan Gerstenmeyer, ThyssenKrupp

Energy-Efficient Elevator Solutions for High-Rise Buildings

16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings
Patrick Bass, ThyssenKrupp

Videos

Panel Discussion: What Makes for Innovative Tall Building Interiors?
9 Apr 2019 – Xiaomei Lee, Gensler; Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp; Jeff Tung, New World Development Company Limited; et al.
The challenge of designing the interiors of tall buildings extends to accommodating the needs of multiple user constituencies, which are bound to change over time. The increasing amount of time people spend indoors and at work has fallen under new…
Advancing the Skybridge: What's Next?
22 Oct 2018 – Daniel Ayars, NBBJ; Roland Bechmann, Werner Sobek Group; Fadi Jabri, NIKKEN SEKKEI LTD; Markus Jetter, thyssenkrupp
With rapid changes advancing in the transportation and tall building industries, now is the time to ask: how will skybridges evolve in the future? Will they provide travel paths for horizontal elevators or autonomous vehicles high above the ground?…
Skybridges: What are the Opportunities?
21 Oct 2018 – Anton Davies, RWDI; Ignacio Gomez, Aedas; Linxue Li, Tongji University; Andreas Schierenbeck, thyssenkrupp
No longer confined to the utilitarian connection of buildings over a busy street, skybridges are emerging as a critical urban habitat in their own right. This panel explores the advancements skybridges have achieved in recent years as meaningful…
Skybridges Powered by MULTI: A Whole New Level of Human Transportation
21 Oct 2018 – Michael Cesarz, thyssenkrupp
The world’s only ropeless and sideways-moving transportation system creates unprecedented new design possibilities and building efficiencies for the cities of tomorrow. The world premiere of this groundbreaking transportation system took place at the…
Occupant Interior Transportation Routes Using MULTI
1 Jun 2018 – Other Videos;
As part of the ongoing CTBUH research project, "A Study on the Design Possibilities Enabled by Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators", students created hypothetical projects that utilize innovation internal transportation systems, such as the MULTI…
Liberating the Elevator from Ropes
31 May 2018 – Presentation at CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Michael Cesarz, thyssenkrupp; Markus Jetter, thyssenkrupp
MULTI – the world’s first and only rope-less, sideways-moving elevator – ushers in the end of the 160-year reign of rope-dependent elevators, harnessing the power of linear motor technology to move multiple cars in a single shaft vertically and…
The Ghost City Phenomenon
31 Oct 2017 – Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp
This presentation explained how highly fueled economic growth and large-scale construction projects in a number of countries, particularly China, have created the phenomenon of "Ghost Cities," which have risen up as largely unoccupied cities. It…
A Next-Generation Vertical Transportation System Under Testing
30 Oct 2017 – Markus Jetter, thyssenkrupp
The world’s first rope-less passenger elevator system for high-rise applications enables the building industry to face the challenges of global urbanization. Using magnetic linear-induction technology instead of ropes and hoisting wheels, MULTI…
CTBUH Research: Design Possibilities Enabled by Rope-Less, Non-Vertical Elevators
30 Oct 2017 – Other Videos;
During the CTBUH 2017 International Conference, held in Sydney, delegates who visited the CTBUH research booth were presented with an introductory video of questions being raised in the ongoing research activity, "Design Possibilities Enabled by Rope…
How High Can We Go? (Highlight)
16 Mar 2017 – CTBUH 2016 China Conference; Antony Wood, CTBUH; Richard Tomasetti, Thornton Tomasetti; Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp; Gordon Gill, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Thursday, March 16, 2017. Chicago, United States of America. Hosted in collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the first event in the Building Tall lecture series featured presentations by Antony Wood of CTBUH; Richard Tomasetti of…
Building Tall Skyscraper Lecture Series: How High Can We Go?
16 Mar 2017 – 2016 China Conference Interviews; Antony Wood, CTBUH; Richard Tomasetti, Thornton Tomasetti; Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp, Gordan Gill, Adrain Smill + Gordon Gill Architecture
Thursday, March 16, 2017. Chicago, United States of America. Hosted in collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the first lecture of the series Building Tall features presentations by Antony Wood of CTBUH; Richard Tomasetti of…
Rottweil: Rethinking Elevator Test Towers
19 Oct 2016 – Karl-Otto Schoellkopf, thyssenkrupp
thyssenkrupp sees innovative elevator solutions at the core of developing vertical and sustainable cities for the future, and to this end, is building its new elevator test tower in Rottweil, Germany, where it will test game-changing mobility…
CTBUH 2016 China Conference - Panel,"Tall Buildings and Context: How High Can We Go and Why Should We?"
18 Oct 2016 – Presentation at 2016 China Conference Interviews; Ron Klemencic, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Karl Almstead, Turner Construction Company; Andrew Nicholson, CBRE; Jon Pickard, Pickard Chilton; Ian Smith, thyssenkrup
Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Shenzhen, China. Ron Klemencic, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Karl Almstead, Turner Construction Company; Andrew Nicholson, CBRE; Jon Pickard, Pickard Chilton; Ian Smith, thyssenkrup present in the 2016 China Conference…
Panel Discussion: How High Can We Go and Why Should We?
18 Oct 2016 – Ron Klemencic, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Karl Almsteadm, Turner Construction Company; Andrew Nicholson, CBRE; Jon Pickard, Pickard Chilton; Ian Smith, thyssenkrupp
Given the right amount of space and acceptable economic incentives, many believe that the limit to how high a building can go is potentially much higher than the thresholds being achieved today. This panel discussion convened colleagues from…
The State of the Art (Technologies) Q&A
17 Oct 2016 – Presentation at CTBUH 2016 China Conference; David Malott, Kohn Pedersen Fox; Wai Ming (Thomas) Tsang, Fing An Financial Centre; Karl-Ott Schoellkopf, Thyssenkrupp
Monday, October 17, 2016. Shenzhen, China. David Malott, Kohn Pedersen Fox; Wai Ming (Thomas) Tsang, Fing An Financial Centre; Karl-Ott Schoellkopf, Thyssenkrupp, answer questions at the end of 2016 China Conference Session 2c: The State of the Art (…
New Approaches for Efficient People Transportation in Both Dimensions – Vertically and Horizontally
17 Oct 2016 – Presentation at CTBUH 2015 New York Conference; Karl-Otto Schoellkopf, thyssenkrupp
The trend of growing cities with permanently increasing populations will require new and visionary solutions for mobility in urban areas. Moving people as we are used to do today – either by individual cars, buses, taxis, etc., will lead to chaotic…
2015 New York Conference - Session 4d - Q&A
27 Oct 2015 – Presentation at CTBUH "14th Annual Awards"; Panel Questions & Answers
Markus Jetter & Stefan Gerstenmeyer, thyssenkrupp; Shelley Finnigan, ArcelorMittal; John Mizon, Schindler, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 4d: Technological Advancements.
A Next Generation Vertical Transportation System
27 Oct 2015 – Presentation at 2015 New York Conference Interviews; Markus Jetter & Stefan Gerstenmeyer, ThyssenKrupp
The world’s first rope-free passenger elevator system for high-rise applications enables the building industry to face the challenges of global urbanization. This presentation presents the realization of a new elevator system offering several cabins…
Energy-Efficient Elevator Solutions for High-Rise Buildings
16 Sep 2014 – Presentation at CTBUH "13th Annual Awards"; Patrick Bass, ThyssenKrupp
Maximizing capacity with smart and energy-efficient elevator solutions for the high-rise buildings of the world’s inaugural metropolitan century.
2014 Shanghai International Conference - Technical Workshop 07 - Q & A
16 Sep 2014 – Presentation at CTBUH "12th Annual Awards"; Panel Questions & Answers
2014 Shanghai International Conference Technical Workshop 07 Questions & Answers session with speakers Patrick Bass, ThyssenKrupp; Franz Arnold, Schindler Elevators; Janne Sorsa, KONE Elevators; David McColl, Otis Elevator Company; and Glen Pederick…

Papers/Research

New Approaches for Efficient People Transportation in Both Dimensions – Vertically and Horizontally
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Karl-Otto Schoellkopf & Joerg Mueller, thyssenkrupp Elevator
The trend of growing cities with permanently increasing populations will require new and visionary solutions for mobility in urban areas. Moving people as we are used to do today – either by individual cars, buses, taxis, etc., will lead to chaotic…
A Next Generation Vertical Transportation System
26 Oct 2015 – The Future of Tall: A Selection of Written Works on Current Skyscraper Innovations; Markus Jetter & Stefan Gerstenmeyer, ThyssenKrupp
The world’s first rope-free passenger elevator system for high-rise applications enables the building industry to face the challenges of global urbanization. MULTI represents the realization of a new elevator system offering several cabins in the…
Energy-Efficient Elevator Solutions for High-Rise Buildings
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings; Patrick Bass, ThyssenKrupp
Maximizing capacity with smart and energy-efficient elevator solutions for the high-rise buildings of the world’s inaugural metropolitan century.

thyssenkrupp Elevator Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 37 Completed3 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 6 Completed2 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 8 Years
Most Common Function office, 16 Buildings
Most Common Material Concrete, 23 Buildings
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All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

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