The total height of the central tower, known as Premier(1),
is 85 stories. It sits at the apex of its triangular base. The
first visible shape at the front of the building is a soaring
obelisk of steel and glass, flanked on both sides by progressively
wider, lateral extensions from a central spine.
Flanking the tower Premier are the winged towers, known
as Impetrate(2)I and Impetrate II. They sit at
the corners of the triangular base and raise a total of 65 stories
of steel and glass.
The residential and commercial triangular platform of Victory
Plaza is known as the Masora(3), and is constructed
from concrete, steel and glass. The sides of the triangular
base, which are residential, are tiered into a gradual slope
with terraces overlooking the park and grounds. An interior
5-story glass-topped atrium is entered from ground level.