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Yantai Shimao
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Height: To Tip
323 m / 1,060 ft
Height: Architectural
323 m / 1,060 ft
 
Yantai Shimao No. 1 The Harbour Outline
Tallest Building:
Yantai Shimao No. 1 The Harbour

Floors Above Ground
59
Tower GFA
277,000 m² / 2,981,603 ft²
# of Apartments
100
# of Hotel Rooms
396

Facts & Figures

Official Name Yantai Shimao
Status Completed
Country China
City Yantai
Complex Function hotel / office / residential
# of Apartments 100
# of Hotel Rooms 396

Map of Buildings in Complex

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Buildings in Complex

  Completed   Architecturally Topped Out   Structurally Topped Out   Under Construction   On Hold   Never Completed   Proposed   Vision   Demolished
ID #   Status Building Name City Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Completion Material Use
398 1   COM Yantai Shimao No. 1 The Harbour Yantai (CN) 323 1,060 59 2017 composite residential / hotel / office
1977 2   COM Yantai Shimao No. 2 Yantai (CN) 190 623 59 2011 concrete residential
2169 3   COM Yantai Shimao No. 3 Yantai (CN) 184 604 56 2011 concrete residential
2519 4   COM Yantai Shimao No. 4 Yantai (CN) 175 574 54 2011 concrete residential

CTBUH Initiatives

Skybridges Research Team Visits Major Projects in China, Malaysia
31 Jul 2019 – Event Report

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