I got this article on wikipedia, can anyone shed light on this.
Port Tower Complex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
28 floor is a decent count IMO... It`s a nice thing to hear a news like this...
errr... why are we comparing India to this building in this thread?
development for people is not a concern in our mind set I think...
Aaj 28 hai to kal 100 ki dusri bhi ho sakti hai.... why are we just making our self a fool by denying it??
this video should help you out
port towers complex is part of karachi water front and karachi water front is the second water front after dubai on 35000 acres of land and due to unstable political n economical conditions this project is delayed ..
cresent bay is also one of master plans of city which is to be completed in 2015 due to same conditions on which karachi water front plan is delayed
Thread cleaned up.
I am hoping that Karachi would going to get at least in coming years 2 x 1100 MWatts Thorium based power plants so that the shortage in coming time can be easily encountered. Ameen
no significant progress have been made but the design and consturcution plan is approved.
this building will be among the tallest buildings of the world.
since construction havent began as yet, so what is of more significance as far as skyscrappers go is the Centaurus and the Bahria Ico Tower both under construction
Bahria Icon Tower
Last edited by Arsalan; 02-22-2012 at 05:16 PM.
Excellent - Infrastructure Development in any Part of Pakistan is good news!
that's good news. what the country needs is a good and healthy competition between it's leading metropolitan cities to get higher skyscrapers. Lahore should definitely step up to the plate, followed by Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Quetta and Peshawar should start their small scale downtown-esque skyline as well.
Last edited by Water Car Engineer; 02-23-2012 at 05:35 AM.
Bahawalpur chaak 13.
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