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A 22-floor luxury hotel will sit above the flats, but Azizi says it is still too early to know which hotel company will land the rights to operate in the skyscraper.
war veteran Will Ford, who now assesses security for skyscrapers.
it is Mexico City's tallest skyscraper and also the world's tallest exposed concrete structure.
The Ping An Finance tower in Shenzhen, completed this year, at 115 stories, is the fourth-tallest building in the world, while the Shanghai Tower, completed in 2015, at 128 stories, is the second-tallest skyscraper on the planet.
On why rental gains were flat in the first-half of the year, Matthew Dadd, Partner - Commercial Agency at Knight Frank, said: "Given the range of striking skyscrapers which Dubai has to offer, we do not see a premium paid for higher floors in skyscrapers.
On the practical side, people in a skyscraper during an earthquake usually stay put.
Monday's Google Doodle featured a drawing of a man standing behind skyscrapers and high-rise buildings.
CTBUH predicts that 2016, and even 2017, will see more skyscraper construction than ever before, with China again leading the way.
Islamic Revelation Mostazafan Foundation (IRMF) deputy chief Manouchehr Khajedolouiee said to indigenize skyscrapers construction technology and improve the quality and management in the domestic construction sector his organization is studying the building of a 121-storey skyscraper in Tehran.
London's skyscraper boom surprises city authorities too.
During those 25 days, I passed on 16 different bucks, just waiting for Skyscraper to make an appearance.