CapitalLand builds Conservatory, the highest sky bridge in China

CapitalLand builds Conservatory, the highest sky bridge in China

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Singapore, 25 Feb 2018 – The Conservatory will be highest sky bridge linking the most number of towers (four) in the world. The completed structure – part of the property developer’s Raffles City Chongqing development – will also include a range of lifestyle developments such as a viewing deck, sky gardens, swimming pools, restaurants and drinking establishments.

The sky bridge will link four 250-metre towers together and may span up to 300 metres in length, 30 metres in width and 22.5 metres in height.

With the process of erecting the 300-metre platform underway, it is expected to be completed by the middle of 2018.

The 24 billion yuan (S$5 billion) development by CapitaLand and Ascendas-Singbridge will open in phases next year. It will comprise of eight towers located on Chongqing’s Chaotianmen riverfront with a total construction floor area of 1.12 million square metres and contain a shopping mall, residences, offices and a hotel.

Raffles City Chongqing was designed by architect Moshe Safdie, who also designed Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands.

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