Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Administrative Palace, Satu Mare, Ana Tower, Anchor Plaza, Asmita Gardens, Basarab Tower, BCR Tower Sibiu, Blue Water Offices Ia?i, BOS Tower, BRD Tower Bucharest, BRD Tower Cluj-Napoca, BSE Tower (Bucharest), Bucharest Corporate Center, Bucharest Financial Plaza, Bucharest Tower Center, Business Development Center Bucharest, Carol Tower, Casa Presei Libere, Cathedral Plaza Bucharest, Cefin Tower, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania building, Charles de Gaulle Plaza, City Gate Towers, Colosseum Tower Bucharest, Constan?a Tower, Crystal Tower Bucharest, Cuprom Tower, Doroban?i Tower, Esplanada City Center, Europa Group Towers, Euro Tower, Flamenco Residences, Floreasca City Center, Fructus Tower, Golden Gate Tower, Griro Tower, Hotel Best Western Park, Hotel Continental Sibiu, Hotel Euroil, Hotel Pullman Bucharest, Howard Johnson Hotel Bucharest, IFMA Business Center, InterContinental Bucharest, Kiseleff Business Plaza, Kron Tower, List of tallest buildings in Bucharest, List of tallest buildings in Romania, List of tallest structures in Romania, Mamaia Beach Residential, Mamaia North Complex, Marina Park Constan?a, Millennium Business Center, N.O.C. Tower, Niro Hotel Tower, Nusco Tower, Olympic Tower Bucharest, Oracle Tower Bucharest, Orhideea Business Center, Palace of the Parliament, PGV Tower, Pipera Business Tower, Piraeus Bank Tower Bucharest, Premium Plaza, Rin Grand Hotel, Riverfront Cluj Napoca, Romfelt Plaza, Sema Parc Hotel, Sigma Towers, SkyTurn Bra?ov, Sky Towers (Cluj Napoca), Solaris Tower Constan?a, Tender Financial Center, Timi?oara High Tower, Tron Tower, TVR Tower, UN Plaza, UpGround, Victoria Complex. Excerpt: Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the site of 47 high-rises, 30 of which stand taller than 30 metres (98 ft). The tallest skyscraper in the city and Romania is the Tower Center International, which rises 120 m (394 ft) in Sector 1. The city has been the site of several construction projects that mostly consist of new office buildings, residential towers and hotel developments. Bucharest's history of high-rises began with the 1932 completion of the 14-storey Carlton Bloc. The 47 m (154 ft) structure was, at the time of its completion, the tallest building in the city; it remained the tallest in Bucharest until the 53 m (174 ft) Telephone Palace was completed in 1934. Bucharest underwent a major building boom during the communist regime which led to many systematization works. During this time, the Casa Presei Libere became the tallest building in the city; the 104 m (341 ft) structure was also the tallest building in Romania until 2007, when the Tower Center International was completed. The most recent high-rise construction project to be completed in Bucharest was the Pipera Business Tower. The project consisted of a 54 m (177 ft) office building of 13 storeys. The building, located on the Dimitrie Pompei street was completed in July 2009, becoming the 19th-tallest building in the city. The Olympia Tower is another recently completed high-rises in the city being topped out in June 2009. As of August 2009, there are 24 buildings under construction in Bucharest that are planned to rise over 50 m (164 ft) in height. The largest construction projects in the city are Floreasca City Center, Dâmbovi?a Center and the Esplanada City Center. Floreasca City Center is an under-construction 131 m (430 ft) tower that is expected to be completed by 2010, the Dâmbovi?a Center will consist of a mall of 100,000 m (1,100,000 sq ft), a five star hotel with 320 rooms, a residential area with 300 apartments and three office towers of 26, 30 and 34 floors with the last tower having 15
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