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Changsha IFS
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Height: Occupied
431 m / 1,414 ft
 
Height: To Tip
452.1 m / 1,483 ft
Height: Architectural
452.1 m / 1,483 ft
 
Changsha IFS Tower T1 Outline
Tallest Building:
Changsha IFS Tower T1

Height: Helipad
452 m / 1,483 ft
Floors Above Ground
94
Floors Below Ground
5
Top Elevator Speed
9 m/s
Tower GFA
300,000 m² / 3,229,173 ft²
Development GFA
1,000,000 m² / 10,763,910 ft²
# of Hotel Rooms
243

Facts & Figures

Official Name Changsha IFS
Status Completed
Country China
City Changsha
Complex Function hotel / office
# of Hotel Rooms 243

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
13144 1   COM Changsha IFS Tower T1 Changsha (CN) 452.1 1,483 94 2018 composite hotel / office
13145 2   COM Changsha IFS Tower T2 Changsha (CN) 308 1,010 63 2018 composite office

CTBUH Initiatives

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12 Dec 2018 – CTBUH News Report

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Mar 2020 – CTBUH Journal 2020 Issue II

The Tallest 20 in 2020: Then and Now
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Highest Special-Purpose Spaces
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