Lakhta Center

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Lakhta Center
Лахта центр
Лахта центр 2021.jpg
Lakhta Center in March 2020
Record height
Tallest in Russia and Europe since 2017[I]
Preceded byFederation Tower
General information
StatusComplete
LocationLakhta, Saint Petersburg, Russia
CountryRussia
Coordinates59°59′13.7″N 30°10′37.3″E / 59.987139°N 30.177028°E / 59.987139; 30.177028Coordinates: 59°59′13.7″N 30°10′37.3″E / 59.987139°N 30.177028°E / 59.987139; 30.177028
Construction started2012
Completed2019
CostUS$1.77 billion[1]
OwnerGazprom
Height
Architectural462 m (1,516 ft)
Observatory357 m (1,171 ft)
Technical details
Floor count87 above ground
3 below ground[2]
Lifts/elevators40[3]
Design and construction
ArchitectRMJM-Tony Kettle (until 2011), GORPROJECT
Architecture firmRMJM (until 2011), GORPROJECT[4]
Structural engineerGorproject, Inforceproject
Main contractorRönesans Holding
Other information
Parking1935 spaces
Website
www.lakhta.center/en/
References
[2]

The Lakhta Center (Russian: Ла́хта це́нтр, tr. Lakhta tsentr) is an 87-story skyscraper built in the northwestern neighborhood of Lakhta, Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is 462 metres (1,516 ft) tall and is the tallest building in Europe, the tallest building in Russia, and the 14th-tallest building in the world.[5][6][7][8]

References[change | change source]

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  3. Elevators in a skyscraper
  4. Europe's tallest skyscraper is nearing completion in St. Petersburg
  5. "Lakhta Center - The Skyscraper Center". skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2018-06-13.
  6. "Lakhta Center Website, Концепция проекта". Retrieved 2012-08-15.
  7. "Federal Air Transport Agency Authorization" (PDF). 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2012-08-15.
  8. "Lakhta Center". The Skyscraper Center. Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Retrieved 22 January 2014.