Shanghai — Rumors that Shanghai is planning to build a 700-meter-high skyscraper were refuted Wednesday by Lujiazui GroupÔºàÈôÜÂÆ∂Âò¥ÈõÜÂõ¢Ôºâ, a leading real estate development company in the economic hub.
The height of the skyscraper – which will be the third landmark tower in the Lujiazui financial zone – and its architect, are yet to be decided, sources with the Lujiazui Group revealed.
According to a 1993 masterplan for the development of the Lujiazui financial zone, there will be three landmark skyscrapers in the area. [Full Text]
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(Photo: Design of Shanghai World Financial Center)