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Imperial Towers


Height: 249m
Location: Mumbai
Year: 0
Imperial Towers

Northeast Asia Trade Tower


Height: 305m
Location: Songdo
Year: 2010
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Imperial Towers

Imperial Towers
Imperial Towers
Height249m
Floors0
Year0
CityMumbai

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The Imperial Towers were six of the earliest lighthouses built on Lake Huron by the Canadian government. The designation Imperial is not certain, but historians speculate that because the towers were public construction built under the colonial administration while Canada was a self-governing colony of Britain , the name would assure funding from the British Empire's Board of Trade. (Sapulski, Crompton).

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Northeast Asia Trade Tower

Northeast Asia Trade Tower
Northeast Asia Trade Tower
Height305m
Floors68
Year2010
CitySongdo

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The Northeast Asia Trade Tower or NEATT (Korean: 동북아무역타워) is a skyscraper in Songdo International City, the world's most expensive private real estate project in the Incheon Free Economic Zone, South Korea. The 305-metre (1,001 ft) building is currently South Korea's second tallest, and has 68 floors. It surpassed the previous record-holder, Samsung Tower Palace 3 – Tower G in Seoul, when it topped-out in 2009. The building was intended to be a landmark of the Songdo International Business District. It features 19 floors of class A office space, South Korea's tallest observatory on the 65th-floor, a luxury hotel, serviced residences, and retail stores. The column-free floors include an office lobby at ground level with French limestone floors and Vermont slate stone walls. The building is next to Songdo Convensia, the Riverstone shopping center, and the Sheraton Incheon Hotel. It has an extensive parking station next door, and will have pedestrian access to a future subway station. In February 2010, the 65th-floor observatory temporarily opened to the public for the G-20 major economies meeting of finance ministers.

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