Chengdu Greenland

Chengdu, China 2012

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Taking its cue from the formality of the ancient city of Chengdu, the project features a balanced plan. The complex is made up of three primary components organized along a central spine. The placement of the components maximizes the site. The iconic tower sits to the Northeast and anchors the complex. Twin 150-meter residential towers are arranged on the Southwest side of the site. The towers bracket a podium building providing retail and conference facilities in the center. The components work together while maintaining their own individual identities.

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COMPONENTS
Office
Hotel
Residential
Retail

DATA
Status:  Unbuilt
Site Area:  264,039 sf (24,530 sm)
Gross Building Area:  4,700,00 sf (440,000 sm)
Height:  1,535 ft (468 m) (Tallest Tower) 492 ft (150 m) (Twin Towers)
Stories:  95 (Tallest Tower) 42 (Twin Towers)