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The skyline of Hong Kong Island is famed for its unique arrangement,  with surrounding mountains and Victoria Harbour complementing the rows of skyscrapers along the shore. However, beginning in the s, Hong Kong experienced a general trend of high-rise building construction that has continued to the present.
This trend is in large part a result of the city's rugged, mountainous terrain and lack of flat land. Among the buildings built during these years are Hopewell Centre , Bank of China Tower , and Central Plaza , three of the territory's tallest buildings upon their respective dates of completion. Beginning in , Hong Kong entered a second, much larger building boom that lasted until the early s. Unlike previous building trends of the s and early s, many high-rise buildings of the second boom are for residential use due to a surge in demand for luxury housing properties in Hong Kong.
This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building is expected to be complete.
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