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Most Expensive Buildings in Africa

The most expensive buildings in Africa. In this way, it is possible to get an overview of the most costly structures ever built.
# Building City Floors Height Year Cost
1
Corinthia Hotel Tripoli Tripoli 28 ≈330 ft 2003 $135,000,000
2
Edificio Escom Luanda 25 335 ft 2008 $115,000,000
3
Roggebaai Building Cape Town 18 ≈218 ft 2010 $75,148,683
4
Hilton Durban Durban 19 249 ft 1997 $61,000,000
5
Hilton Taba Resort & Nelson Village Taba 12 ≈136 ft 1982 $41,000,000
6
One Merchant Place Sandton 20 277 ft 2000 $40,000,000
7
88 on Field Durban 26 481 ft 1985 $40,000,000
8
Forsan 1 Cairo 12 ≈134 ft - $33,300,000
9
Department of Taxes and Attorney General's Chambers Building Gaborone 13 ≈153 ft 2001 $30,000,000
10
Old Mutual Centre Durban 33 429 ft 1995 $29,000,000
11
Southern Sun Waterfront Cape Town Cape Town 13 157 ft 1998 $23,000,000
12
Forsan 2 Cairo 12 ≈134 ft - $22,200,000
13
October Towers Giza 12 ≈136 ft 2005 $20,000,000
14
Amplats House Johannesburg 18 ≈231 ft 1994 $18,750,000
15
Edifício ELF Luanda 13 ≈155 ft 2003 $17,500,000
16
CMA CGM Building Algiers 12 2007 $15,000,000
17
Frans Indongo Gardens Windhoek 16 ≈188 ft - $10,500,000
18
Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence Cairo 30 ≈335 ft 1996 $8,000,000
19
Nile Hilton Cairo 13 ≈145 ft 1959 $6,500,000
20
Triangle House Cape Town 26 342 ft 1993 $6,000,000
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