RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Anyone looking at São Paulo's skyline, full of towers and skyscrapers, might think that the city brings together some of the tallest buildings in Brazil and the world. For many years this assumption was correct, but today the reality is different.
Balneário Camboriú, on the coast of wealthy southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, is booming in civil engineering and breaking records. The tallest building in Latin America will also be located in the resort of the rich and beautiful.
With around 135 floors and more than 300 meters tall, the building that . . .