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Figures

Height: Architectural 462.5 m / 1,517 ft
Height: To Tip 462.5 m / 1,517 ft
Floors Above Ground 86
# of Elevators 34
Top Elevator Speed 8.3 m/s

Facts

Official Name Lakhta Center
Other Names Okhta Center
Structure Type Building
Status Under Construction
Country Russia
City St. Petersburg
Street Address & Map Primorskoye Shosse
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
Proposed 2011
Construction Start 2012
Completion 2018
Official Website Lakhta Center

Companies Involved

Architect RMJM
Main Contractor Renaissance Construction Company
Other Consultant
• Wind RWDI

CTBUH Initiatives

CTBUH Meeting: Russia
31 Aug-1 Sep 2011 – Event Report

Global News

Pilings Complete on St. Petersburg’s Lakhta Center
24 Jun 2014 – St. Petersburg

Future Potentially Cloudy for Russia’s Tall Building Market
7 May 2014 – Moscow

Court Strikes Down Gazprom's Tall Plans
21 Jun 2013 – St. Petersburg

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Pilings Complete on St. Petersburg’s Lakhta Center
24 Jun 2014 – St. Petersburg, Russia
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Future Potentially Cloudy for Russia’s Tall Building Market
7 May 2014 – Moscow, Russia
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Court Strikes Down Gazprom's Tall Plans
21 Jun 2013 – St. Petersburg, Russia
A St. Petersburg court has struck down the exemption which previously granted Russian oil giant Gazprom permission to build its Okhta Center. The site, which contains…
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Arabtec Wins Gazprom Contract
4 Oct 2012 – St. Petersburg, Russia
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