SHANGHAI, CHINA-Developer Mori Building Co. Ltd and architecture firm/partner Kohn Pedersen Fox Assoc. PC are opening the highest publicly accessible space in the world. The Sky Walk in the 101-story Shanghai World Financial Center will range from the 94th floor to the 101st floor.

The seven-level public observatory will join retail space on floors one through five, office space on floors seven through 77 and a hotel on floor 79 that pushes through to floor 93 in the center, which reportedly cost more than $1 billion USD to build. The hotel, the Park Hyatt Shanghai, is the world’s highest hotel and boasts 174 rooms. The price of the rooms and office or retail are undisclosed.

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