Blue Sky Tower

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Blue Sky Tower
Көк тэнгэр цамхаг
New Ulaanbaatar skyline (7341288738).jpg
Blue Sky Tower at center
General information
Status Complete
Type Office, Residency, Hotel
Town or city Ulaanbaatar
Country Mongolia
Coordinates 47°54′58.9″N 106°55′7.8″E / 47.916361°N 106.918833°E / 47.916361; 106.918833
Construction started 2006
Completed 2010
Opened 2011
Cost 200 million
Height 105 m (344 ft) [1]
Technical details
Floor count 25
Lifts/elevators 5

The Blue Sky Tower is located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The skyscraper consists of a steel and glass structure with a curtain wall made of blue colored glass.

It is used as office space, conferences, a hotel and as a living space. The hotel has 200 rooms, 12 suites, rooms for conferences and other events, several restaurants, and garages.

It is 105 metres (344 ft) tall.

In 2006 construction of Blue Sky tower (hotel) started. in 2008 construction was halted due to the presidential election. At the end of the election, construction resumed. In 2009 construction of the Blue Sky Tower had been topped-out.


  1. ^ Emporis: Blue Sky Tower

External links

  • Official site

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