The 5 most Expensive Buildings in the World

Talk of buildings and you will be amazed with regards to how expensive some buildings are in the world. We all do know the tallest building in the world is that of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa but the question  is; what are the most expensive buildings in the world? And this is all the this post tends to address today with regards to the 5 most expensive buildings in the world.

1. Abraj Al Bait, Saudi Arabia – $15 Billion

Talk of the tallest building in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and it’s that of the Abraj Al Bait. It’s seen as the world’s most expensive building as well in the world. It came at a cost of $15 billion.

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Presently, it is the fourth tallest self-supporting structure in the whole world, surpassing many including the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. So far as there hasn’t been any new record, it’s very much likely to stand for a very long time. Construction started 15 years ago with Rasch and Al-Handas as the the architects and it is believe to have 120 completed floors.

1,972 ft
These are with 43 m × 43 m (141 ft × 141 ft) the largest in the world. The roof of the clocks is 450 m (1,480 ft) above the ground, making them the world’s most elevated architectural clocks. A 151-metre-tall (495 ft) spire has been added on top of the clock giving it a total height of 601 m (1,972 ft).
That is it with the world’s most expensive building.

2. Marina Bay Sands, Singapore – $5.5 Billion

The Marina Bay Sands is an Incorporated Resort. It looks onto the Marina Bay in Singapore. The Las Vegas Sandshas developed this spectacular building. It is owed as one of the most expensive in the world. This casino property is worth S$8 billion. The cost takes into account, the rate of the main land.

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3. Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore – $4.93 Billion

Resorts World Sentosa is a cohesive resort on the isle of Sentosa, away from the southern coast of Singapore. The main lures include one of the two casinos in Singapore, a theme park of Universal Studios, the Adventure Cove Water Park, and also a Marine Life Park, that embraces the world’s largest dummy ocean.The S$6.59 billion resort, established by Genting Singapore, is recorded on the SGX. It is, as the list puts it, the third most expensive building yet built.

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4. The Cosmopolitan, New York – $3.9 Billion

5. One World Trade Center, New York – $3.8 Billion