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Old Posted Dec 20, 2006, 10:12 AM
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The new cladding is more elegant. The best part of the old one was the columns visible through the curtain wall. But, overall, it was much too classic.
     
     
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I wonder if this tower will be visible from TST.
     
     
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Great skyline filler. Any renders with the building in context of the entire skyline?
     
     
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This one is moving quickly!
     
     
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Amazing. I can't wait to visit Hong Kong.
     
     
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It's definitely emerging.
This tower will be a much needed focal point in this area.
     
     
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Too bad the waterfront is so ugly in that area.
     
     
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Looks pretty good to me!

This is a very beautiful building and will be quite the center of attention at its full height.
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OK, you have a point.
I thought that there was a big, elevated highway.
     
     
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Can someone please describe or show with a picture of the skyline where this tower is located. I have never been to HK so i am just assuming that it is to the south of the main high rise cluster (Bank of China, The Centre etc...) or am i way off. (Kowloon side???)

Either way it is going to look extremely tall where it is. I love the look of this building.

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Can someone please describe or show with a picture of the skyline where this tower is located. I have never been to HK so i am just assuming that it is to the south of the main high rise cluster (Bank of China, The Centre etc...) or am i way off. (Kowloon side???)
Someone else will give you more details, but I can tell you that it's in the HK island, not Kowloon.

The Center, Bank of China and IFC are at the west of the skyline. Then, to the east, Central Plaza, and farther east... One East Island.
     
     
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Big clusters of skyscrapers needs supertalls, this building will complete the skyline even more!
     
     
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