Christian Science Monitor, May 28, 1999
Since our April 21 story on the new age of skyscrapers, a Brazilian tycoon
has promised to build the world's tallest building in São Paulo, the world's
third-largest metropolitan area. Mario Garnero, a real estate mogul, vows to
build a 1,622-foot tower emulating a Hindu temple that will house 50,000
workers and residents. The main investor is Indian mystic Maharishi Mahesh
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