|Abu Dhabi Plaza|
Construction site, October 2015.
|Type||Mixed Commercial and Residential|
|Roof||382 m (1,253 ft)|
|Floor count||78 (the tallest building)|
|Floor area||550,000 m2 (5,900,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||HKR Architects (project manager Mott MacDonald Ltd)|
|Structural engineer||Hyder Consulting, Ramboll Consulting, Robert Bird Group|
|Services engineer||RED Engineering Design|
|Main contractor||Arabtec / CCC|
Abu Dhabi Plaza is a development under construction in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, consisting of office, residential, hotel and serviced apartment blocks set on a retail podium and below ground basement levels. When completed, the project will have many towers reaching different heights (similar to the Willis Tower), the tallest reaching a height of 382 m with 78 floors and will be the tallest building in Central Asia.
On February 13, 2016, the structure caught on fire, with no immediately declared explanation.