Tokyo's skyline set to see 45 new skyscrapers by 2020 Olympics

Tokyo’s skyline is set to welcome 45 new skyscrapers by the time city hosts the Olympics in 2020, as a surge of buildings planned in the early years of Abenomics near completion. Japan’s capital will see nearly 50 percent more new high-rise space in …
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