Future skyscraper in Moscow City to become the tallest building in Europe
Updated: Jul 21
30 billion rubles is estimated to cost the new skyscraper in Moscow city.
Officials from the Moscow mayor office say the "One Tower" will be 405m (1328 feet) high with 101 floors.
The one tower will surpass his neighbour " Federation Tower " which stands at a height of 373.7 m (1226 ft).
The author of the project, architect Sergey Skuratov, linked the tower to a yacht canvas and an aeroplane wing. Moscow authorities approved the project construction and 2,000 workers are planned to work on site.
The tower will have 1500 apartments and will be the first skyscraper that will have apartments in the heart of Moscow downtown.
The residents will have a total area of 8000 square meters at their disposal. Top floors will accommodate some of the finest restaurants brands that will include a panorama view of the rural city of Moscow. The construction is planned to last 5 years.
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