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Two Centraltower Interstate Center

2 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 
Roof3004 ft
Top floor2992 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 second tallest building in the world, at 915 meters (3,004 feet), surpassed only by it´s twin, the 1171 meter (3,844 feet) East Tower, officially known as One Centraltower Interstate Center.


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

The world´s highest observation deck is on the buildings roof. An indoor observation deck is located in the 274 the floor.

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


Floor use:

0-1: Lobby

2-10: Mechanical

11-93: Residential

94: Skylobby

95-180: Office

181-186: Mechanical

187: Skylobby

188-269: Office

270-273: Penthouse Apartments, Mechanical, broadcast

274: Indoor observation deck

275: Penthouse Apartments, Mechanical, broadcast

Roof: Outdoor observation deck
  
  

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