GIS technique" (PDF). In addition, the closure of the Kai Tak Airport and the relaxation of height restrictions on the Kowloon Peninsula allowed many tall skyscrapers to rise in Kowloon, such as Sorrento, Langham Place Office Tower, and The Cullinan, all of which exceed 200 m (656 ft). Central Plaza, located at 18 Harbour Road, Wan Chai. It is currently the fourth tallest building in Hong Kong. A b "Two International Finance Centre". The floor count shown refers to that of the tallest building in question. World's tallest reinforced concrete building until the completion of citic Plaza in 1997. A b c "Two International Finance Center". The second boom saw the completion of the International Commerce Centre, Two International Finance Centre, Nina Tower I, and One Island East. A b "Hopewell Centre". References edit General Specific a b "City Lists". It is owned and jointly developed by MTR Corporation Limited and Sun Hung Kai Properties as Phase 7 of the Union Square Development. A b "The Harbourside". A b "Cheung Kong Center". A b c "Grand Promenade".