Tianjin International Trade Centre

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Tianjin International Trade Centre
Tianjin International Trade Centre
General information
Location Tianjin, China
Construction startedFebruary 4, 1998
CompletedAugust 3, 2014
Roof771 ft (235 m)
Technical details
Floor count57
Design and construction
DeveloperTianjin Star Real Estate Development

Tianjin International Trade Centre is a skyscraper complex with 57 floors and a floor area of 190,350 m², which is at 112 Munan Road in Tianjin, China.

The Tianjin International Trade Centre has a roof height of 235 m (771 ft).

Construction of Tianjin International Trade Centre commenced in 1998 but was halted in July 2000. Its construction recommenced on 25 November 2010 and it topped out on 11 July 2012. It was completed in 2014.

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    Coordinates: 39°06′50″N117°12′57″E / 39.11389°N 117.21583°E / 39.11389; 117.21583