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One Centraltower Interstate Center

1 Centraltower Interstate Center
New York City NY United States

Status:fantasy
Construction Dates
  Finished2005
Floor Count250
Basement Floors7
Building Uses
 - mixed use
 - office
 - residential
Structural Types
 - highrise
Materials
 - glass
 - steel
 - concrete

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire3844 ft
Roof3011 ft
Top floor3000 ft

Description
Architect: Dimi Jerchel

Length/ Width: 140 meters

Height of Lobby: 7 meters

Cost: US-$ 7,2 billion (whole complex)

Weight of tower: 1,4 million tons


An alternative to the World Trade Centers Rebuilding. Would be the tallest building and structure in the world with a height of 1171 meters (3,844 feet), and the first that exceeds 1,000 meters (3,281 feet) in height. The tower contains as well the highest floor above ground at 914,4 meters (3,000 feet).

The building is supported my massive steel columns at the façade and contains a massive concrete core.

The restaurant is located in the 273 rdand 274th floor. It´s the highest restaurant in the world, over 900 meters above the ground.

The complex has an own park, a subway station and a shopping center, which contains more than 200 shops.

An antenna is within the spire.

Floor use:

0-1: Lobby

2-10: Mechanical

11-93: Residential

94: Skylobby

95-180: Office

181-186: Mechanical, technical floors

187: Skylobby

188-269: Office

270-272: Mechanical, Broadcast

273-274: Restaurant

275: Penthouse Apartments, Broadcast
  
  

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