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Old Posted Nov 22, 2004, 3:55 PM
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SHANGHAI | Liu Chong Hing Finance Center | 572 FT / 174 M | 41 FLOORS

Liu Chong Hing Finance Center

170 meters high, 39 floors.
Architect : unknown (is it written in chinese?)
Developer : Jiangong

There was much activity on the plot, foundation works.

Two renderings on the yard :



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September 10th 2004, from Renmin Square :

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Two may 3rd 2004 pix, from The Marriot Hotel.



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Why they use Guangzhou as the picture's background ??

Are they going to built that in Guangzhou ???
     
     
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confusing... as if the project also for Guangzhou. why is it chinese developer like to use other cities as background ??
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They use New York all the time
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I like it! Pretty sleek.
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December 20th 2004, another angle from RenMin square.

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January 7th 2005, from RenMin square. Small pic, not rising yet.

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February 2005 pic, from the SunjoyTommorrow Square.
At last the building start to rise, a great panoramic view of the yard. I'm quite impatient to see how it will impact this side of the RenMin Square skyline.

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I like it! Pretty sleek.
Right.
Plenty of vertical lines.
Shanghai seems nostalgic of the old art-deco skyscrapers.
     
     
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Moyan 808 from cameraunion forum has posted this new rendering. A much more simpler design of not much interest.

     
     
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No, it could be nice. All those white, narrow, vertical lines could make the building look handsome.
     
     
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What is the name of the tower with the dome in the background of this photo?
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April 22th 2005.

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April 23th 2005.

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May 3rd 2005, from RenMin square.
Not yet visible from this angle but the crane gives indication of its location.

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June 25th 2005, from the west end of Nanjing Dong Lu.

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Ehh. Shanghai has better buildings.
     
     
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^ Well, I find this building rather boring. No risky in anyway, too classical, very 70s.
     
     
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