The Gran Torre Santiago (Spanish for "Grand Santiago Tower"), previously known as Torre Gran Costanera, is a 70-story tall skyscraper in Santiago, Chile. In 2011 it became the tallest building in South America, and in 2012 the tallest in Latin America.
Upon completion it became the second tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere, behind Q1 in Australia's sixth largest city the Gold Coast, Queensland, just surpassing the Eureka Tower in Australia's second largest city, Melbourne.
AKA Torre Costanera
By Cesar Pelli & Associates Architects / Alemparte Barreda y Asociados / Watt International