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Saigon Centre

Saigon Centre
Record height
Preceded by Sunwah Tower
Surpassed by Saigon Trade Center
General information
Status Phase 1: Finished
Phase 2: never built
Type Office and shopping mall
Location Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Completed Phase 1: 1996
Roof 106 m (348 ft)
Top floor 106 m (348 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 25
(and 3 basements)
Design and construction
Architect Denton Corker Marshall
Developer Keppel Land Ltd

Saigon Centre is a complex building in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam, invested by Keppel Land Watco I. The building is located at Le Loi road in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Phase 1 of the complex was completed in 1996 with a 25-story building, which set a new record for the highest building in Vietnam at 106 metres (348 ft). The building has a total floor area of over 32,500 square metres (350,000 sq ft).[1] One third of them (10,400 square metres (112,000 sq ft)) is used for offices.

Phase 2 has been scheduled to be constructed. When completed, the complex will include three buildings. The previous, along with two new buildings, includes a 66-storey tower and an 88-storey tower. The complex will be used as offices, shopping centers, observation towers and hotels. As of May 2011, the pool, tennis courts and various other accommodations of the building have been demolished.


  1. ^ "Trang lỗi 404 | Thanh Niên Online". 2013-07-29. Retrieved 2013-09-05. 

External links

  • Official site of Saigon Centre
Preceded by
Sunwah Tower
Tallest Building in Vietnam
106 m
Succeeded by
Saigon Trade Center
Preceded by
Sunwah Tower
Tallest Building in Ho Chi Minh City
106 m
Succeeded by
Saigon Trade Center

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