Tall Building
Two International Finance Centre (Two IFC), Hong Kong (412M)
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited

Two IFC is a 88 storeys Grade A office building which stands at 412m and is one of the tallest in the world. Its prominent waterfront location gives the skyscraper the best views of the city and harbour, which are completely unobstructed from each face of the tower thanks to a virtually column-free floor plate. The impressive exterior bears the signature of renowned architect Cesar Pelli, making Two IFC a new landmark and symbol of Hong Kong.


Two IFC provides more than 200,000 sqm of premium office space.  Being the tallest building in Hong Kong, the tower has some of the most impressive figures. For example, its construction required 112,000 cubic metres of concrete, 28,000 tonnes of structural steel 18,000 tonnes of reinforcement, 11,000 curtain wall panels weighing 9,000 tonnes, and more. It can accommodate about 15,000 people in 88 floors. It has 64 lifts, with the fastest ones going from the ground to top floor in less than one minute.