How many floors does Shanghai Tower have

how many floors does Shanghai Tower have

Standing at 2073.5 feet (632 meters), Shanghai Tower is the tallest building in China and the third tallest building in the world. It comprises 9 buildings stacked on top of each other and has 127 floors above the ground and 5 floors under the ground. It occupies an area of 326,878 square feet (30368 square meters), and the housing area adds up to 6,221,540 square feet (578000 square meters).

The building is divided into 10 zones if you count the underground section. The five floors in zone 1 house shopping malls, conference halls, garden restaurants, and cafes.

Zones 2-6 are for companies. And at zone 7 and 8 are located J Hotel, which boasts 165 rooms, including 34 suites. The staterooms and suites are scattered from floors 86 to 98 and vary from 61 square meters to 380 square meters.

Zone 9 consists of 3 sections. The first one, floor 118, is the observation deck. The second one, floor 119, is a cafe. And the top one, floors 120-125, houses the largest damper in the world to stabilize the building.

Moreover, there are sky halls on the elevator transfer floors in zones 2-6 (namely, floors 22, 37, 52, and 68). The hall on the 22nd floor has gyms, dental clinics, and restaurants to facilitate communication between employees working in the building. The hall on the 37th floor accommodates Shanghai Guanfu Museum and a traditional Chinese garden (Banmu Yuan). The halls on the 52nd floor and 68th floor house a bookshop and a Michillen Restaurant.

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