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Lippo center

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TowerDude

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Tepodon - Well here ya go!

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Tankmank : you will be able to evaluate

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chickenz : thanks, it's nice

Lippo Center

Hello, and this is a new victoria Island not the one from the first update, I really hope you like it!

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Located in Admiralty, the Lippo Center, Hong Kong is a skyscraper. The lofty buildings are a pair of twin office towers. Once a property of Bond Corporation, it was known as the Bond Center. Later when the pair of buildings was taken over by the Lippo Group, it was renamed as Lippo Center, Hong Kong.

The taller of the two buildings of the Lippo Center, Hong Kong is hundred and eighty six meters tall. Designed by Paul Rudolph, an American architect, the buildings look like koalas clutching to a tree. Hence, this twin office towers is also known as "the Koala Tree" in Hong Kong. The construction of the Lippo Center, Hong Kong was completed in 1987. Due to its plaid history the local Chinese people believe that the building has a bad Feng Shui.

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The Lippo Center, Hong Kong is ideally located to offer easy access to all parts of the city. The two lofty pair of buildings nestles in the center of the commercial district of the city. International banks, popular eateries, five star hotels and large shopping malls all line around the Lippo Center, Hong Kong

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One of the most identified landmarks the Lippo Center, Hong Kong have two buildings. The shorter building has 44 floors and is one seventy two meter tall and the taller building with its 48 floors is one eighty six meters tall. The Lippo Center, Hong Kong houses a number of professional offices both national and international. A very modern building, the Lippo Center offers the latest gadgets as office technology.

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Located at 89 Queensway in Hong Kong, the Lippo Center, Hong Kong is visited by a large crowd to witness its intriguing décor. Admiralty, which was once famous for housing the headquarters of British navy, is now famous for the skyscraper, Lippo Center, Hong Kong.

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And it's a new morning in Hong Kong, a new relentless day!

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I hope you enjoyed this update! see ya soon!! 10.gif

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It's time for me to stop lurking on this CJ and leave a comment.. Incredible job here. Your city building skills are of very high quality. Great mosaics, great BATs and great city. Fantastic! I've been browsing through your updates so far, and I love what I se - and I'm looking forward to more. 

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Amazing job Towerdude and it just keeps getting better and better throu out the whole CJ, nice to see the improvements to the area since we last saw it. Cheers for the update.

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