The 10 World’s Price Level Buildings

Are you curious to know which structures in the world are the costliest? Answering this question can be tricky and may depend on how costs are calculated; different structures could even compete for being the costliest structure.

In this post, we’ll look at some of the costliest structures ever erected and determine which one comes out on top.

10. United States: One World Trade Center, costing $3.8 billion

One World Trade Center

Erected diversely across one another, the couple of skyscrapers, alternatively labeled as both the Twin Towers and World Trade Centers, that were demolished during that fateful September morn sixteen years past, had been situated atop the parcel now occupied by Manhattan’s One World Trade Center, itself interchangeably referred to under the monikers of Freedom Tower or simply the newest World Trade Center.

Towering at a lofty 1,776 feet into the sky, the colossal edifice with 94 stories constitutes one of the most elevated constructs within the borders of the nation and one of the most extravagantly priced edifices around the globe—allegedly racking up a hefty $3.8 billion solely for its assembly.

9. $4 billion Palace of the People in Bucharest, Romania

Palace of the People in Bucharest, Romania
Palace of the People in Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest’s Palace of Parliament stands as the world’s most expensive administrative building and each year its electricity, heating, and lighting costs exceed $6 Million.

The People’s Palace was constructed at Romania under dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and completed in 1997, remaining unoccupied for most of its existence and covering an area exceeding 3.9 million square feet.

8. $4.1 billion The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, United States

The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, United States
The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, United States

On the Las Vegas Strip, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features three pools, a spa, nightclub, movie theater and casino – not to mention three glass tower buildings housing 3,027 guestrooms!

7. Macau’s Wynn Palace cost $4.2 billion.

Macau's Wynn Palace
Macau’s Wynn Palace

Situated on reclaimed ground, this Wynn resort in Cotai, Macau costing an astounding $4.2 billion was completed in 2016.

One of Macau’s premier art collections can be found here in an opulent casino and resort, featuring flower sculptures throughout. Also, Wynn Palace Esplanade shopping center, spa services, 1,706 luxurious suites and the cutting-edge sound and lighting system all form part of their offering.

6. Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa is worth $4.93 billion.

Singapore's Resorts World Sentosa
Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa

This pricey location features Universal Studios Singapore amusement park, as well as marina, shops, casino, and S.E.A. Aquarium – costing $4.93 billion to construct in 2010. Construction was completed by 2010.

5. United States: Apple Park, California, $5 billion

Apple Park, California
Apple Park, California

Apple Park features a large ring-shaped main structure with seven cafes, 9,000 trees, the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Auditorium, and a 100,000 square foot fitness facility in Cupertino. Over 12,000 workers reside at this building complex which reportedly cost $5 billion to develop.

Norman Foster is best known for creating the circular main structure which consists of glass and steel materials and includes a public tourist center.

4. United States: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, costing $5.5 billion

Los Angeles Rams and Chargers now compete at SoFi Stadium, an indoor sports and entertainment facility in SoCal.

The stadium, situated in Inglewood, California, features 70,000 seats. It features sliding glass doors and retractable roof panels to bring in natural lighting from outside, as well as an adjacent performing arts venue that holds concerts and other events – this facility will all come together under one roof canopy for optimal experience.

3. Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands is worth $5.7 billion.

Singapore's Marina Bay Sands
Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands

The Marina Bay Sands resort complex in Singapore houses an extravagant hotel, casino, retail area, conference center, theater and museum – not forgetting two floating pavilions!

2. Saudi Arabia’s Abraj Al-Bait is worth $16 billion.

Saudi Arabia's Abraj Al-Bait
Saudi Arabia’s Abraj Al-Bait

Abraj Al-Bait Towers, comprising seven hotels, are situated only a few meters from Mecca’s Great Mosque.

On this property are The Clock Towers Shopping Center, housing complexes, business buildings and even a mosque – as well as The Makkah Royal Clock Structure with its iconic clock face located there – making up one large complex.

Saudi Arabian government oversaw the building’s construction. It was designed to accommodate pilgrims making annual Hajj pilgrimages.

1. Saudi Arabia’s Masjid Al-Haram is worth $100 billion.

Masjid Al-Haram stands as the centerpiece of Hajj pilgrimages each year; it stands on the site of Islam’s holiest place and every physically capable Muslim undertakes this annual pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime.

The ancient Great Mosque of Mecca dates back to the seventh century, and has since undergone two extensions and entered a third stage of growth.

Due to an expansion project, Mecca’s Great Mosque can accommodate almost 2.5 million worshipers annually; additionally, construction on a brand-new water reservoir is almost complete.

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