|Beginning of works:||1989|
|End of works:||1992|
|Function / usage:||
Reinforced concrete structure
Geographic Information & Related Structures
Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
|office space||186 000 m²|
|height to top of mast||378.4 m|
Central Plaza is among the tallest buildings in Hong Kong and one of the highest in Asia. After dusk, bright neon rods at the top of the building change colour each quarter-hour, creating the city's most visible timepiece.
How to get there: Wan Chai MTR exit A1. Walk along pedestrian bridge towards the direction of Gloucester Road.
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- VSL Clibmform makes headway in Far East in "VSL News", 1991, n. 1 v. 2
- Central Plaza Reaches New Heights in "VSL News", 1993, n. 1 v. 4
- Hong Kong, Macau & Canton (7th edition), Lonely Planet Publications, Hawthorn (Australia), ISBN 0864422474, 1994; pp. 173
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