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SkyscrapersOfNewYork Aug 25, 2010 7:55 AM

DALIAN | Greenland Center | 518 M / 1,699 FT | 108 FLOORS | ON HOLD

May 30, 2010, "Dalian News" reported:

Yesterday, the city with Shanghai Greenland Group signed a cooperation agreement, green group Hong Kong business district in the east of Dalian's tallest building.

Governor Chen Gao, Provincial Committee and Vice Governor Xu Weiguo, Vice Mayor of Shanghai, Hu Yanzhao, Mayor of Dalian Lee Wan was the Deputy Mayor, Pulandian Bay New Party Work Committee, the CMC director Zhang Jun, Shanghai Greenland Group Zhang Yuliang, chairman, attended the signing ceremony.

Under the agreement, green group Hong Kong business district in the Eastern Class A office space planning and construction, the top shopping malls, five-star hotels and high-end Platinum Seaview apartment, the main building height to 518 meters. Meanwhile, the group will also build a set of Dalian Metro Sports commercial, office, living in one of the high standards, demonstration of large urban complexes, the two projects will start construction during the year.

Green Group is the leading integrated real estate company, 500 Chinese enterprises in 2009 ranked No. 169, Chinese real estate enterprises, ranked No. 2, which represented urban complex large-scale construction of modern service industry in the domestic leading status

SD_Phil Aug 25, 2010 11:37 AM

Interesting design that seems heavily reminiscent of the Bank of China building. The proportions in the setbacks seem a bit off to me but I can't really explain why. In any case I'd really love to watch it UC.

njcco Aug 29, 2011 9:31 PM

Ritz-Carlton Signs Two New Hotels in China

Ritz-Carlton has signed agreements with the Shanghai Greenland Group, one of China’s premier property developers, for the development of two new Ritz-Carlton hotels in China - The Ritz-Carlton, Wuhan and The Ritz-Carlton, Dalian.

The Ritz-Carlton, Wuhan will be located at the top of the 606-meter-high Wuhan Greenland Center, while The Ritz-Carlton, Dalian will occupy floors 64-81 of the 518-meter-high Dalian Greenland Center.

The agreement will see The Ritz-Carlton with 13 hotels in China by 2017.

Herve Humler, The Ritz-Carlton president and chief operating officer, said, “We are delighted to be working with such dedicated and ambitious partners as Greenland on these two stunning hotels. These buildings will set the stage for stylish and contemporary Ritz-Carlton hotels in these two major Chinese cities. The Ritz-Carlton has long been known in China as the leading provider of luxury lifestyle experiences, and these hotels will allow us to showcase our product to a wider audience in China and show that we really do take luxury to new heights.”

Scheduled to open in 2017, the 330-room The Ritz-Carlton, Wuhan will be located in the center of the Wuchang Binjiang CBD. MICE facilities will include more than 2,500 square meters of meeting space, while those looking to relax will be able to take advantage of an heath club, pool and spa.

The hotel will offer a choice of dining options and bars including an 170-seat three-meal restaurant and 150-seat Chinese restaurant which will feature 12 private dining rooms and will focus on world-class regional cuisine. The hotel will also have a lobby lounge capable of hosting 70 guests and a 50-seat Ritz-Carlton Bar with views over the city. In addition to these restaurants, the hotel will offer a selection of food and beverage options on the 119th floor of the hotel which will be at the very top of the building and encased in a glass dome were dinners can enjoy their meals at an elevation of 545 meters.

Located in the heart of Dalian’s Donggang CBD, the 300-room Ritz-Carlton, Dalian will form part of a mixed-use development and will offer a variety of restaurants bars and other facilities to its guests.

The hotels will further strengthen the relationship that Marriott International – the parent company of The Ritz-Carlton – has with Greenland, which already owns three hotels with the company.

scalziand Aug 30, 2011 4:48 AM

For those who don't know, the design changed. It now has 85 floors. The height is unchanged.

Travis007 Aug 30, 2011 12:37 PM

Preferred the original design but the new one still looks pretty epic. Very impressive complex overall.

SkyscrapersOfNewYork Aug 30, 2011 3:43 PM

great looking tower aside from that organic mess at the top.

Urbannizer Aug 14, 2015 6:13 PM

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chris08876 Aug 15, 2015 12:24 AM

The Chinese mass produce super-talls like every other item made in China. :cheers:

aquablue Sep 3, 2019 10:10 PM

China has a lot of imagination in their shapes. Their signature towers always go the extra mile. That is what should be happening, as nobody wants to look at a box (Tower Fifth, I'm looking at you).

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