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Its architect is Renzo Moro. The tower is 85.3 metres (280 ft) high, with 14 floors. It was built to house the sister companies Électricité de France (EDF) and Gaz de France (GDF).What is the Tour EDF?
The Tour EDF is an 41-storey office block built for the French energy company EDF (Électricité de France). It stands 165 metres high and has an eliptical footprint that is 70 metres long and 32 metres at its widest point.What happened to the EDF-GDF tower?
The EDF-GDF tower is an office building built in 1974 in the heart of the new town of Cergy, France, in the Cergy Prefecture business and administrative district. The building was emptied in 2015. Engie (new name of EDF) announced it would sell the building.What does EDF stand for?
Tour EDF is an office skyscraper located in La Défense, the high-rise business district west of Paris, France. The tower was built for Électricité de France (EDF), France's main electricity company, and hosts the company's offices.