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Tower numbers may not be assigned sequentially in Hong Kong's multi-tower complexes due to the number 4 and its meaning in Chinese culture.
Hence, it is common practice to skip the label "Tower 4" in complexes with four or more actual towers.
The building stood 70 m (230 ft) tall with 13 floors and was in use for five decades before being demolished for the construction of the HSBC Main Building.
High-rise construction was limited in the early part of the 20th century.
A building named "Tower 8" in a complex may not imply that there are eight actual towers in said complex.
* Table entries without text indicate that information regarding floor counts have not been determined or remain unknown.At the height of the construction boom in 2003, 56 skyscrapers over 150 m (492 ft) were completed throughout the city.The proliferation of multi-tower, high-rise building complexes, such as public housing estates and transit-oriented developments near MTR stations (known as rail property development), greatly increased the number of skyscrapers.making Hong Kong the world's tallest urban agglomeration.Furthermore, reflective of the city's high population densities, Hong Kong has more inhabitants living at the 15th floor or higher, and more buildings of at least 100 m (328 ft) and 150 m (492 ft) height, than any other city in the world.