The bustling city of Hanoi boasts a skyline dominated by impressive office buildings, providing an inspiring view for all who lay eyes on them. In this article, we will be looking at the 7 tallest office buildings in Hanoi Vietnam.
1. Keangnam Tower – Height: 1,148 feet (350m)
The Keangnam Tower is not only the tallest building in Hanoi but also one of the tallest buildings in Southeast Asia. Located in an affluent district, this building stands tall as a symbol of Vietnam’s economic growth and progress. The Keangnam Tower is a mixed-use development comprising Class-A office space along with luxury apartments and retail outlets. This skyscraper has over 70 floors, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.
Fun fact: The observatory deck on the top floor provides you with panoramic views over Hanoi cityscape like nowhere else!
2. Lotte Center – Height: 870 feet (265m)
Standing at an awe-inspiring height of 265 meters above ground level; The Lotte Center Hanoi is home to premium shopping malls and offices spaces fit to serve clients’ needs featuring ultra-modern designs infused with nature-based elements. Lotte center was built by Korea’s fifth-largest conglomerate – Lotte Group, located at one end of Lieu Giai street offering incredible vistas from its observation deck overlooking most beautiful scenes showing Trúc Bạch Lake’s unobstructed views and stunning Red River flowing beneath it.
Fun Fact: Built-in august 2014 under total cost up to $400 million dollars.
3. Vincom Center – Height: 853 feet (260m)
The Vincom Center located on Ba Trieu Street rises impressively into the sky with its unique design that invites admiration for which it won “The best-designed building” award in 2014. With an impressive height of 260 meters, this commercial tower boasting over 60 floors has Class A offices space and world-class shopping centers that host high-end international brands. The view of the city from its topmost floors provides a rare experience with breath-taking scenes of Hanoi Flower Garden, Thong Nhat Park, and other panoramic views.
Fun Fact: This mixed-use development structure was opened in the year 2016 covering grounds over a staggering area of over 62,000 square meters (the equivalent of more than nine football fields).
4. Hanoi Landmark – Height: 774 feet (236m)
Hanoi Landmark Tower commenced construction in quarter one of the year two thousand five and was completed by Q2 2011. It stands tall with pride along Phạm Hùng Street’s busy district at Keangnam Palace’s front entrance. The building has almost everything to offer tenants from retail amenities to entertainment services ranging from movie theaters promoting indoor sports facilities such as table tennis courts and golf hitting ranges plus luxury office spaces (spread across forty-eight levels).
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Fun Fact: It’s ranked as one of Vietnam’s top ten tallest buildings.
5. Capital Tower – Height: 646 feet (197m)
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Located on Trần Duy Hưng street is Capital Tower designed for both offices and commercial purposes. It provides many advanced features equipped with modern engineering facilities to meet businesses’ requirements better. This marvelously structured skyscraper speaks volumes about Renowned South Korean architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates skillset contributing expertise valued at $135 million towards Vietnam’s property skyline today!
Fun Fact: This tower is known for providing plenty of natural light inside spaces which gives it high levels of efficiency.
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6. M5 Building- Height: 576 feet(175m)
Rising above the ground elegantly stands the M5 Tower, six hundred and fifty feet high in the sky, purpose-built for offices only. It’s at the heart of Hanoi citycenter on Le Loi Street with stunning views overlooking The Opera House giving off a unique experience to employees working here. This tall dark granite colored building is skillfully designed to match European styles blended with Minimalistic inspiration; creating a serene working environment that you could find nowhere else!
Fun Fact: this tower was designed by Tan Tien Architecture for Electricity Corporation of Vietnam.
7. The Central Building- Height: 492 feet (150m)
The central building located next to Vincom Center has a height of one hundred and fifty meters reaching skywards up into the clouds. Designed by French architect Bruno Despouy in partnership with SGA Design International, this multi-story commercial high rise comprises trade centers, conference rooms, and office spaces spreading over forty-two levels rising far above surrounding buildings.
Fun Fact: This place is known for stylish interior designs combining comfort without overlooking modernity which made it popular among start-ups.