Burj Dubai passes 100 floors.

Planned to be the world’s tallest building when it’s complete, Burj Dubai (Dubai Tower) has passed 100 floors.

Demonstrating the amazing speed with which towers rise here, the building goes up a floor every four days. You really can see it growing taller each time you drive past, it’s quite amazing.

Sears Tower in Chicago (110 floors), Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea (105), Empire State Building, New York (102), Taipei 101 (101) and John Hancock Centre, Chicago (100) are the only other structures in the world that are currently at 100 storeys or more.

1 Comment so far

  1. mansoor (unregistered) on January 23rd, 2007 @ 3:22 pm


    i wonder why you left out the twin towers of malaysia from the list? The Petronas Towers? Aren’t they the current tallest?

    Also, can u provide a link to any mockups?? thanks!

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