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Shenyang, China, anticipated completion 2013
383 m/ 1259 ft/ 75 floors
Developer: Hang Lung Properties
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC | P&T International
A venture of the large Hong Kong developer Hang Lung, Forum 66 is located on the main thoroughfare in fast-developing Shenyang. The 9.1 million square foot Forum 66 complex features two massive office towers on the northern edge of the building site. The gentle curves of the buildings evoke the flow of the city's namesake river, while lanterns atop the towers act as beacons at night.