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Some or all of this information may be speculative, and the content may change as building construction begins.
Russia Tower

Russia Tower - skyscraper in the territory of Moscow, whose building they plan to complete in 2012. The height of tower 612 it is meter. According to the chief architect of this project, Norman Foster, the tower must become the highest building in Europe and the second on the height in the world. The total area of structure will compose 520 thousand square it is meter, from which 200 thousand will be located underground. In the tower they plan to make 118 floors (quantity it can compose 130 floors, is not yet accepted the final solution), 101 elevators, underground parkings to 3680 automobiles. On the first floor the stores and roller will be located, is above - running plate. They will return the basic space of tower under the offices. Building simultaneously will be able to contain into itself to 25 000 people. Tower they will build on The krasnopresnenskoy embankment. Beginning of building - 2007. The solution to build this enormous building was accepted by officials as early as 1994, and since then tower changed its assumed position of five times. On one of the versions, devised by Foster, the height of tower had to be 1000 m. but this version was deflected by the mayor of Moscow Luzhkov. Image File history File links Current_event_marker. ... Image File history File links Applications-development. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Bashnyarossiya. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Bashnyarossiya. ...


See also

City Hall and City Duma model on MIPIM exhibition For the historic structure, see Moscow City Hall. ... Federation Tower rendering The Federation Tower is a skyscraper complex currently under construction in Moscow, Russia and is designed to be both the tallest building in Europe as well as Europes first supertall building. ... Imperia Tower is a multifunctional complex located on site 4 of Moscow International Business Center Moscow City. It will consist of 2 buildings, the mixed-use Building A and Aquapark entertainment complex in Building B. Building A, totaling 60 floors, will incorporate over 98,000 square meters of Class-A... Mercury City Tower is a skyscraper currently under contruction in Moscow, Russia. ... A render of the tower under construction. ... Moscow-City (Russian: Москва-Сити) or Moscow International Business Center (Московский Международный Деловой Центр) is a projected part of central Moscow, Russia. ...

External links

  • Fosters and Partners official site (English)
  • Waterman Group official site (English)
  • Facts on SkyscraperPage.com (English)
  • Main SkyscraperCity discussion topic (Russian)
  • English SkyscraperCity discussion topic (English)
  • Facts & Pictures in Emporis (English)

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Russia Tower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (207 words)
It is likely to contain information of a speculative nature and the content may change as the building approaches completion.
Russia Tower was originally proposed for plots 2 and 3 of the Moscow International Business Center in 1994 as world's tallest 648 meter 125 storeys tower.
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