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Companies, Gov'ts Compete to Build Tallest Buildings


clock03-28-2010, 11:23 PM
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Companies, Gov'ts Compete to Build Tallest Buildings



The "Height Wars" are just getting started. Construction firms are Fighting unseen psychological battles over the construction of skyscrapers that could become the tallest buildings in the world or Korea, or at the very least local landmarks.

Last November, Lotte made alterations to its plans for a "2nd Lotte World," to be built on 26,500 pyeong (87,450 sq. meters) of land in Seoul's Songpa-gu, raising the height of the planned structure to 112 stories (555m), and is working feverishly to get the building permit. Should the building go up as Lotte envisions, it would surpass as the world's tallest building Taiwan's Taipei International Financial Building (101 stories, 505m).



Lotte is rather frantic, however. This is because Samsung is scheduled to complete construction on the 160-story, 700-meter Burj Dubai Tower in Dubai, UAE by 2008. If Lotte is unable to complete its structure before that, its efforts to erect the world's tallest building would be for naught.



Seoul City is of the position that while it would be possible to permit such a structure, because of the presence of nearby Seoul Military Airport, there is an agreement with the Air Force limiting buildings to 203 meters to ensure flight safety. Lotte is also working on a 107-story, 494-meter structure in Busan, a "2nd Busan Lotte World," with 2008 set as its completion goal.



The U.S. financial company American International Group (AIG), too, has recently decided on plans to build an 80-story, 300-meter tower and a lesser 50-story tower as part of its Seoul International Finance Center (SIFC), to be constructed on 10,000-pyeong of land in Seoul's Yeouido. Blueprints are currently being drawn up.



The structure should be about 50 meters taller than the nearby KLI 63 Building (249 meters). The plan envisions the building becoming a Seoul, or at the very least, a Yeouido landmark. Seoul City is pushing plans for a 130-story International Business Center, to be placed in the Digital Media City (DMC) of Sangam-song, Mapo-gu.



The tallest building in Korea is currently the third tower of the "Tower Palace" apartment complex in Dogok-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. That structure stands at 69 stories and 262 meters. If the 2nd Lotte World and SIFC were to go up, the records would change.



Kim Seon-deok, head of Construction Industry Strategy Research, said with construction companies and local governments looking to build taller buildings to make into landmarks, the "Height Wars" would continue to grow fiercer.



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What is this Seoul International Finance center project???

Have you guys heard of this?? 80 stories building in Yeouido???
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