13 April 2011 - CTBUH Journal
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|1||Tower Palace Three, Tower G||2004||263.7 m / 865 ft||73||composite||residential|
|2||Tower Palace One, Tower B||2002||233.8 m / 767 ft||66||composite||residential|
|3||Tower Palace One, Tower A||2002||209.1 m / 686 ft||59||composite||residential|
|3||Tower Palace One, Tower C||2002||209.1 m / 686 ft||59||composite||residential|
|5||Tower Palace Two, Tower E||2003||191.1 m / 627 ft||55||composite||residential|
|5||Tower Palace Two, Tower F||2003||191.1 m / 627 ft||55||composite||residential|
|7||Tower Palace One, Tower D||2002||153 m / 502 ft||42||composite||residential|
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