Address: 1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue | BEIJING | China | Visit Website
Latitude/Longitude: 39.9085, 116.437
China World Trade Center Tower III is a supertall skyscraper with 74 floors, 4 underground floors, and 30 elevators in Beijing, China. It is the third phase of development of the China World Trade Center complex in Beijings central business district of Chaoyang at the junction of the East Third Ring Road and Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue. The building topped out at 330 m (1,083 ft) on 29 October 2007 and completed in early 2009.
It is used for office and hotel space, with retail at its base. The building houses a 270-room 5-star hotel, a 1,600-seat grand ballroom and a carpark located at basement level. The office space is located on floors 1 through 55. Floors 56 through 68 are occupied by the hotel with a lobby on the 71st floor. Floors 72 through 74 are used for a restaurant and an observation deck.
Structural Engineer: Arup
Site Area: 36,421 m2
Project Area: 280,000 m2
Building Height: 330 m
Number Of Stories: 74
Project Awards: 2011 • AIA – Hong Kong • Merit Award
2011 • AIA – Hong Kong • Sustainable Design Award
2011 • Architect Magazine • R + D Award
2011 • Asia Pacific Property Awards • Mixed-Use Architecture China: Highly Commended
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