Arena Central Tower
Structure in General
- The Arena Central project was originally masterplanned by HOK International in 1998. The plan called for a landmark 50-storey tower of around 245 metres (805 feet) in height, always intended to be built as one of the latter phases of the scheme. In the aftermath of the World Trade Center attack and after considering market forces, the developers removed 15-storeys from the planned tower.
- Chicago practice DeStefano & Partners were chosen to redesign the tower even before September 11th, but their involvement following this date is still unclear.
- Superseded by The V Building.
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