‘mercury-city tower’ by erick van egeraat, moscow russia image © liedel investments limited



the recently completed mercury city tower located in moscow, russia, designed by dutch architect erick van egeraat in collaboration with M.M. posokhin, and G.L. sirota has reached its highest point of 339 meters making it the tallest building in europe. it surpassing renzo piano’s ‘the shard’ by 39 meters which is currently located in london, england. the original development for the structure originates from the american architect frank williams, who died in february 2010. it is situated in the international business area located on the eastern bank of the river, approximately five kilometers away from the kremlin. it will accommodate residences, offices, garages, shops and restaurants.


 erick van egeraat: mercury city tower, russiaunder constructionimage  ©  РВСН



erick van egeraat: mercury city tower, russiaimage  ©  РВСН



erick van egeraat: mercury city tower, russiarendering



project info:

height: 339 meters stories: 70 ( five underground)area: 180,160 square meters primary vertical conveyance: 26 high-speed elevatorsdeveloper: mercury development company