Most Expensive Buildings In The World

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Most Expensive Buildings In The World

If you were wondering which are the priciest buildings in the world, you’re in the right place.

Because today we’re going to make a list of the Top 5 Most Expensive Buildings In The World and see how much every single one of them is worth.

Built over acres of land and using the best construction materials, is no wonder that these most expensive buildings in the world are located in some of the richest cities.

There are a lot of innovative luxurious buildings out there, but non of them reach the construction rates this five next trademark buildings have.

So let’s see which are the Top 5 Most Expensive Buildings In The World and how much they’re worth.

5.The Shard, London, England – $3.9 Billion

Also referred to as the Shard of Glass, The Shard is an 87-storey skyscraper in London which forms a part of the London Bridge Quarter development.

Most Expensive Buildings In The World

Being the tallest building in the European Union and the second tallest freestanding structure in the United Kingdom, with a height of 306 (1,004 ft) meters, The Shard’s construction began in March 2009 and it was topped out on 30 March 2012.

The stunning structure was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano and replaced the 24-storey office block Southwark Towers.

4.The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas – $4.16 Billion

The Cosmopolitan is a hotel and a luxury resort casino located on the Las Vegas Strip.

Most Expensive Buildings In The World

Designed by the Friedmutter Group together with Arquitectonica, the Cosmopolitan is a 52-story building with a height of 184 meters.

Awarded as the best hotel in the world in 2013, the number four in the most expensive buildings in the world list, this luxury casino and resort hotel was completed in 2010.

Built on what used to be a small parking lot for a nearby midrise timeshare building, the Cosmopolitan is now worth $4.16 billions.

3.Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi – $4.46 Billion

The Emirates Palace is a five star luxury hotel located on 1.3 km of private beach and surrounded by 85 hectares of gardens, with 114 domes and a height of 80 meters.

Most Expensive Buildings In The World

Considered a seven-star luxury hotel, the Emirates Palace has its own marina and helipad and it was completed in 2005.

The building was designed by John Elliott RIBA, who was senior vice president at an international firm specialising in luxury hotels.

Currently managed by the Kempinski Group, the building is owned by the Abu Dhabi government.

2.Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore – $5.38 Billion

Occupying over 49 hectares, the number two on our most expensive buildings in the world list is an integrated resort on the island of Sentosa.

Most Expensive Buildings In The World

The building was completed in 2010 and at that time it costed about $4.93 billion, so it started big and ended up bigger.

Housing a casino, the Universal Studios and the largest oceanarium in the world, the Marine Life Park, the stunning building was designed by Michael Graves.

The impressive Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore has 10 floors and a height of 50 meters.

1.Marina Bay Sands, Singapore – $6 Billion

And we’re finally here! The number one of the most expensive buildings in the world is the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, a 57-storey building with a height of 194 meters.

Most Expensive Buildings In The World

Covering 20 hectares of property, the Marina Bay is also an integrated resort. Designed by Moshe Safdie, the building was completed back in 2010 and at that time it costed $5.5 billion.

The number one on the most expensive buildings in the world list houses the world’s largest atrium casino and on top of the largest public cantilevered platform in the world, a 150-meter infinity swimming pool.

These were the top 5 most expensive buildings in the world. Let us know which one you visited or which one is your favourite!

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