Torre de la Escollera

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

Torre de la Escollera

Torre de la Escollera was a 206 m (676 ft) tall residential skyscraper with 58 floors planned to be built in Cartagena, Colombia. The under construction building suffered severe structural damage during a storm on 13 May 2007, and was dismantled later that year. Had it been completed, it would have been the tallest building in Colombia.

The design of the Torre de la Escollera called for a slender tower, 206 m (676 ft) tall with 58 floors. It would have been divided into 88 apartments, with the upper floors having just one apartment per floor, topped by a 3-level penthouse apartment and a rooftop helipad. With prices between 500 million and 1,200 million Colombian Pesos, the apartments would have been the most expensive in Colombia. Other facilities would have included a swimming pool and a spa.



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