International Commerce Center Swot Analysis

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10. International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong - 1588 Feet
The International Commerce Centre, located in Hong Kong, stands at 108 stories tall and was completed in 2010. At the time, it was the fourth tallest skyscraper in the world although its position has now slipped. Tenants include the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, home to the world's highest swimming pool and bar on the 108th floor of the building. Also in the building is an observation deck, shopping mall, and five-star restaurants.

9. Shanghai World Financial Centre, China - 1614 feet
The Shanghai World Financial Centre was completed in 2008 and has a height of 1,614 feet with 101 floors. It is located in Shanghai's skyscraper-laden Pudding district and acts as an international finance and trade center. It is home to hotel rooms, offices, conferences, observation decks and shopping malls. Its tower has a trapezoid aperture towards the peak and has an air controlling feature called Variable Air Volume (VAV), and it is designed with a diagonal frame to mitigate bending and compressive forces from people inside the building, the wind, and heavy equipment on the ground alike. The design of the skyscraper has been very positively received by critics.

8. Tapei 101, Taiwan -
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The construction of Shanghai Tower began in 2006 and took eight years of work before its completion in March of 2014. It is home to the world's highest observation deck. The total cost of the building was $4.2 billion. The tower is located in Shanghai’s Lujiazui financial district and even towers over the other two world-renowned skyscrapers in Shanghai: Jin Mao Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Centre. This building was designed to serve as a hotel and office by the American architectural company Gensler. It has a total of 1,100 parking spaces and 320 hotel rooms. The structure has a fascinating view of the unique Shanghai

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