The highest building in Mongolia- Blue Sky Tower

The year 2010 will mark the launching of the highest building in Mongolia. Currently the tallest building in Mongolia, Blue Sky Tower stands at a height of 105 meters and is located at the heart of Ulaanbaatar, facing the Sukhbaatar square. Last month, Blue Sky Tower was featured in the list of tallest buildings in the world recorded by The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), based in USA. The structure commands such magnificence and modern elegance that it provokes a sense of pride in anyone who takes a glance at it.
The development was inspired by the growth and prosperity of Mongolia and its developer, “Chono Corporation”, commenced the construction in July 2006 with a vision to create the capital city’s flagship property. The architectural renderings were designed by “A Group”, a leading architecture, planning and construction engineering company from South Korea. The building’s design is distinctly reminiscent of a sailing ship and the glass exterior represents the color of the clear blue sky of Mongolia. Its unique design combined with the state-of-the-art construction technology notes the beginning of a new age in construction, engineering and operation of tall buildings in the country.
Blue Sky Tower consists of 25 stories and features an international five-star hotel, grade-A commercial office space and penthouse residences in addition to such amenities as meeting and convention facilities, a fitness center with a 20-meter long swimming pool, luxury retail boutique shops as well as various  fine dining restaurants.
Currently, the construction work is nearly complete and all mechanical and engineering fit-outs are finished. By the end of this year, Blue Sky Tower will be ready to receive its first clients as the offices and residences will be launched along with Blue Sky Lounge at the very top.
Upon full opening, Blue Sky Tower will create over 400 new jobs. Moreover, at the onset of the tremendous development of Mongolia’s mining sector, Blue Sky Tower is fully geared to provide foreign investors and their associates with a full range of world-class services.
source: Mongol Messenger newspaper

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