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Northeast Asia Trade Tower


Height: 305m
Location: Songdo
Year: 2010
Northeast Asia Trade Tower

Centro de Comercio Internacional


Height: 192m
Location: Bogotà
Year: 1977
Centro de Comercio Internacional
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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 Posco Tower-Songdo or Northeast Asia Trade Tower (Korean: ?????-??) 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 fourth 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. Although finished in 2011, the completion of its interior had been delayed due to financial complications during a recession.The building was intended to be a landmark of the Songdo International Business District which was constructed on unused land along the waterfront near Incheon. 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.

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Centro de Comercio Internacional

Centro de Comercio Internacional
Centro de Comercio Internacional
Height192m
Floors50
Year1977
CityBogotà

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Centro de Comercio Internacional is an office skyscraper located in Bogotá, Colombia. The building is 190m/623 ft, 50 floors. The building is another neighbor of the second largest skyscraper in Colombia, Torre Colpatria. Located inside this building are some of the offices of Davivienda Bank which recently obtained the rights of the building. When it was built, it was called Centro Las Americas.

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