TOP 10 World Most Expensive Buildings Constructed.
In past 10 to 20 years, many of expensive skyscrapers were constructed in different countries. As the skyscraper’s height increase so does the cost. We have gathered name’s of some most know buildings in our list for Expensive building construction category.
Here is the list, Order from low to most expensive construction cost.
10) London’s glass Shard, completed in 2012 for $1.5 billion, is a 95-story tall.
This is the tallest building in UK, it contain residences section, a hotel, restaurants, offices, a business school, shops, a clinic, and an observatory.
9) Taipei stretching is 101 stories skyscraper.
The aptly named Taipei 101 was built in 2004. It hovers over Taiwan and cost $1.8 billion.
8) Palazzo Casino built in 2007, the $2.05 billion Palazzo Casino is on the Las Vegas Strip.
Italian Renaissance architecture influenced the hotel and casino’s design.
7) Princess Tower constructed in Dubai in 2012.
The $2.17 billion Princess Tower houses shops and 763 luxury condos.
6) The Venetian is a luxury hotel,
Mall, and casino in Macau. Built in 2005, the 738-foot resort cost $2.4 billion.
There’s a man made “river” (modeled after the famous one in Venice), in center of mall where shoppers can take gondola rides.
5) One World Trade Center
Construction cost $3.8 billion, One World Trade Center opened in 2012. situated in New York City, it’s next to the site of the original WTC, which is now a memorial for the victims of the September 11 attacks.
4) Cosmopolitan Building
In 2010, a set of Las Vegas high-rises called the Cosmopolitan was built for $3.9 billion.
3) Wynn Resort
With construction cost of $4.1 billion completed in 2005, the 614-foot-tall Wynn resort and casino sits on the Las Vegas Strip.
2) Marina Bay Sands Resort three towers make up this building.
Opened in 2010 in Singapore. Construction cost of $5.7 billion, it’s billed as one of the world’s most expensive casino properties.
No 1 ) Abraj Al Bait features Seven towers
At a whopping $15 billion, the Abraj Al Bait features seven towers completed from 2007 to 2012. Located in Mecca, the Saudi Arabian government owns the complex.