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Date PostedJuly 1, 2015

Mid Year Skyscraper Forecast Reveals Buildings Getting Taller


Caption: The recently completed One World Trade Centre in New York
Source: Sourceable.net

With skyscrapers dominating the skylines of most metropolitan cities, mid-year data from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) reveals that a staggering number of skyscrapers are under construction.

Of the 626 skyscrapers under construction, 349 of these are being built in China.

While the Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the world’s current tallest building at 828 metres, it will soon be replaced by The Kingdom Tower in Jeddah which will stand at 1000 metres once complete.

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