Constructing buildings isn’t cheap. As modern skyscrapers reach new heights, so too do their price tags. However, the world’s newest buildings aren’t necessarily the most expensive. Emporis, the global provider of building information has updated their list of the world’s most expensive buildings and their findings might surprise you.
Here’s a look at the world’s 10 most expensive buildings as seen on Instagram!
Niagara Falls Hilton Phase 2, Niagara Falls – $1,000,000,000
Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg – $1,027,510,000
Kyoto Station, Kyoto – $1,250,000,000
CapitaGreen, Singapore – $1,400,000,000
Burj Khalifa, Dubai – $1,500,000,000
Taipei 101, Taipei – $1,760,000,000
The Shard, London – $1,900,000,000
The Palazzo, Las Vegas – $1,900,000,000
Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest – $3,000,000,000
One World Trade Center, New York City – $3,900,000,000