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Eurasia (building)

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Status  Complete
Architectural  308.9 m (1,013 ft)
Height  292 m, 309 m to tip
Construction started  2004
Owner  VTB Bank
Completed  2014
Top floor  292.5 m (960 ft)
Floors  72
Opened  2014
Eurasia (building) httpswwwemporiscomimagesshow878572Largel
Type  Trade Gallery Office Apartments
Location  Moscow-City, Moscow, Russia
Architecture firm  Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
Similar  The Wharf Times Square, Northern Tower, Dalian International Trade Ce, Mercury City Tower, White Magnolia Plaza

Eurasia Tower (Russian: Башня Евразия) or Steel Peak (Russian: Стальная Вершина) is a 308.9 m (1,013 ft) tall skyscraper in Moscow International Business Center Moscow, Russia. The complex will house offices, apartments, a hotel, and other entertainment facilities. It is also one of the 94 supertall skyscrapers in the world.


Map of Eurasia Tower, Moskva, Russia, 123317

Located on plot 12, is an office/recreational space with a total area of 207,542 square meters. It will be situated on a three-tier podium which will have a fitness centre, entertainment, restaurants, and shops. Other areas will be distributed as follows: 106,231 square meters will be reserved for office space, and residential apartments will occupy 21,185 square meters. On the bottom, there will be parking for more than 1000 cars. The external design of the building is a combination of classical and modernist styles. On the outside of the building, a scenic elevator will run up and down, allowing people to enjoy views of the entire city.


  • Construction began: 2007
  • Construction completed: 2014
  • Number of floors: 70
  • Height: 309 m (1,013.8 ft)
  • Total investment: $250 million
  • Total area: 212,900 m2 (2,292,000 sq ft)
  • The area of office premises: 106,231 m2 (1,143,461 sq ft)
  • The area of premises: 21,185 m2 (228,033 sq ft)
  • Parking capacity: 1000
  • Architect: Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
  • Developer: Mos City Group
  • References

    Eurasia (building) Wikipedia