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Well, that didn't last long: not 10 days after developers said that work on China's Sky City Tower would begin in June, Broad Sustainable Building tells Gizmodo: "Hopefully we'll start in September." Apparently gaining permissions to make the planet's next tallest building is taking longer than they anticipated. Still, if actually built in 210 days, as the developers brag, the tower will be constructed nine times speedier than Dubai's Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building on Earth, and with less than half the budget. Stay tuned. [Gizmodo; previously]