China's Sky City to Break Ground in June

Sky City, the world's tallest tower, in Changsha, China is all set to break ground in June, according to Broad Group, developers of the building. The skyscraper will be 10 metres higher than 828-metre Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower in Dubai, UAE.

Sky City will boast enough space for 31,000 people, a luxury hotel, and a school able to accommodate 4,600 children. It will also include offices, 92 elevators, 17 helipads and a hospital.

Construction is expected to be complete within 210 days, due to a system of modules and prefabricated parts combined.