PVN Tower

PVN Tower
General information
Status Approved
Type Office and Apartments
Location Tu Liem, Hanoi
Construction started 2012
Estimated completion 2015
Cost US$600 million
Owner PetroVietnam
Technical details
Floor count 79
Lifts/elevators Coming Soon
Design and construction
Developer PetroVietnam Construction Joint Stock Corporation

PVN Tower is a proposed skyscraper project that will be built in Hanoi, Vietnam. The Ocean Bank and Petrovietnam Construction Corporation publicly declared this project on May 7, 2010 in Hanoi. It will be a 102-story tower and is expected to be the tallest building in Vietnam. The estimated investment cost will be more than $ 1 billion. The tower will be used for commercial and financial activities.On March 31, 2011, Petrovietnam reclaimed they would cut the height of the tower due to economic reasons. The building is now planned to have 79 stories and is expected to be about 400 metres (1,300 ft) high.

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External links

  • Vietnam’s tallest building to take shape on VOV

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