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These are the world’s most expensive buildings

by LLP Editor
19th Mar 15 11:22 am

How many in London?

For the builders of the world’s most expensive buildings, money is no object.

The number of zeros in the pricetag of these vertigo-inducing buildings far exceed the GDP of world economies.

Take a look at the world’s most expensive buildings, according to figures compiled by building data company Emporis.

 

1. One World Trade Center, New York City

One World Trade Center

Pricetag: $3.9bn

Floors: 104

Height: 541m

Completed in: 2014

 

2. Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest

Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest

Pricetag: $3bn

Floors: 12

Height: 84m

Completed in: 1988

 

3. Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide

The New Royal Adelaide Hospital

Pricetag: $2.1bn

Floors: 11

Height: 41m

Completed in: 2016

 

4. The Palazzo, Las Vegas

Palazzo on Las Vegas Boulevard

Pricetag: $1.9bn

Floors: 53

Height: 196m

Completed in: 2007

 

5. The Shard, London

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Pricetag: $1.9bn

Floors: 73

Height: 306m

Completed in: 2013

 

6. Taipei 101, Taipei

Taipei 101

Pricetag: $1.76bn

Floors: 101

Height: 509m

Completed in: 2004

 

7. Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Burj Khalifa

Pricetag: $1.5bn

Floors: 163

Height: 828m

Completed in: 2010

 

8. CapitaGreen, Singapore

CapitaGreen Singapore

Pricetag: $1.4bn

Floors: 40

Height: 242m

Completed in: 2014

 

9. Kyoto Station, Kyoto

Kyoto

Pricetag: $1.25bn

Floors: 15

Height: 70m

Completed in: 1997

 

10. Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg

Elbphilharmonie

Pricetag: $1.03bn

Floors: 25

Height: 110m

Completed in: 2016

 

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