|Jin Mao Tower|
|Floor Area||278,707 m²|
|Units / Rooms||555|
| - mixed use|
| - hotel|
| - observation|
| - office|
| - retail|
| - highrise|
| - atrium|
| - pole|
| - pagoda style|
| - steel|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Top floor||1201 ft|
|Observation deck||1116 ft||Jin Mao 88 website|
Home to the world's highest hotel rooms, located on floors 53-87. Currently operated by the Grand Hyatt Shanghai.
http://shanghai.grand.hyatt.com/ An atrium runs the full height of the hotel floors.
"Jin Mao" means "Golden Prosperity" in Chinese.
Levels 89-93, which occupy the building's spire, are mechanical floors. (Source: "Tall Buildings" exhibition @ Museum of Modern Art, Queens)
Offices occupy floors 3-50. Observation deck is on the 88th floor (Admission: RMB 50 adults, 25 children ~ US $6 and $3, respectively)
Developer: China Shanghai Foreign Trade Centre Co., Ltd
Cost Management: Davis Langdon & Seah International
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