The LCL-Tour Part Dieu (formerly Tour du Crédit Lyonnais) is a skyscraper in Lyon, France designed by the architect Christian de Portzamparc. The building rises 164.9 metres (541 ft) in the city's La Part-Dieu district, with 42 floors. The building was completed in 1977. It currently stands as the ninth-tallest building in France. The top 10 floors are occupied by Radisson Blu Hotel Lyon, the highest hotel in Europe. The rest of the floors are office space.
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