Carlton Centre

What became of the Carlton Centre?
In 1999, Anglo American sold the entire Carlton Centre complex to Transnet for R33 million, a fraction of what it had originally cost to build. The office tower and shopping center are still operational, but the Carlton Hotel has remained vacant despite various plans to renovate it in the years since.

Is the Carlton Centre the tallest structure in South Africa?
The Carlton Centre is a skyscraper and shopping mall in Johannesburg, South Africa. At 223 meters (730 feet), it is Africa’s tallest building and roughly half the height of Chicago’s Willis Tower (the former Sears Tower).

How much does Carlton Centre cost?
Although Transnet has not specified a price, the building’s replacement cost has been estimated at R1.5 billion.

What materials were used in the construction of the Carlton Centre?
Steel is a structural material.
Concrete with reinforcement.
Concrete precast.
Mixed-Structure.
Composite.

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