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Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China

Photo of the Shanghai tower under construction as seen from the street looking up
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee/Gensler

Future China's tallest skyscraper is keep on growing, therefore it's time to see the progress. By the November 2012. Shanghai tower reached 394m (1,292ft) out of 632m (2,073ft) with its central core while the rest of the building is at 339m (1,112ft). Cranes are already above the Jin Mao tower (421m (1,381ft) across the street.


Impressive glass facade reached top of the first "neighborhood" section above the base. Take a look:

Photo of Shanghai Tower base under construction as seen from the across the street
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of exterior glass cladding on the lower floors of the Shanghai Tower
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of lower part of the tower under construction
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of the curve on the glass clading
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo comparison from 2011 and 2012
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of the Shanghai Tower rising among the other skyscrapers
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of upper floors of the tower under construction
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of four red tower craned building the central core
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee

Photo of Shanghai skyline with the Shanghai Tower under construction
Shanghai Tower November Construction Update, Shanghai, China
© Mori Lee


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