Incheon to acquire World’s Second Tallest Building

Architects, engineers and scientists work together to create buildings that are lavish, stylish, stronger, safer, greener and more startling than ever before. South Korea has attracted multi-billion dollar project to the Inchon (Incheon) Free Economic Zone (FEZ). The project is part of Korea’s efforts to transform 1,500 acres of reclaimed land into an unrivaled business hub for Northeast Asia. The construction consortium led by Portman Holdings plans to complete the tower by August 2010. To be connected via three sky bridges, the towers will house a hotel, offices, convention centers and shopping malls. When completed, the buildings will trail only that of the Burj Tower, a 160-story building under construction in the United Arab Emirates, in height.

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