Not even the most expensive house in America can compare to what it cost to build these skyscrapers, stadiums, hotels and offices. Behold, the most expensive buildings in the world, including a 27-story private home (yes, you read that right).
Located in Saudi Arabia, with views of the holy Grand Mosque of Mecca, this tower, also known as the Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower, is the most expensive building in the world, costing $15 billion to construct.
The second most expensive building in the world, this Singapore hotel features a stunning view and world-famous infinity pool, and cost a total of $5.5 billion dollars construct.
Costing $6.59 billion to construct, the Resort World Sentosa in Singapore is the third most expensive casino in the world.
This 7-star hotel in Abu Dhabi cost a total of $3.9 billion to build, though a stay here will reportedly only cost .
The famous hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada cost $3.9 to build. Its multi-story chandelier alone likely cost a pretty penny.
The tallest building in the United States is located in New York City and cost $3.8 billion to build.
The seventh most expensive building and sixth largest hotel in the world cost $2.7 billion to construct in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Located on the Cotai Strip, in Cotai, Macau, China, this Venetian outpost cost $2.4 billion.
Also located in Macau, China, this casino complex features four towers and a Zaha Hadid-designed slated to open next year. It cost $2.4 billion to construct.
The tallest residential building in the world, Dubai's Princess Tower cost $2.17 billion to construct.
Also known as the Ambani building, the world's most expensive private home (yes, home!) cost $2 billion to construct. The 27-story structure is located in Mumbai, India.
The tallest green skyscraper in the world can be found in Taipei, Taiwan. It was completed in 2004 and cost $1.8 billion to construct.
The largest hotel in the world can be located in Las Vegas, Nevada and cost $1.8 billion to construct.
This famous Vegas strip hotel and casino now employs 8,000 people and cost $1.6 billion to build.
Located in Frankfurt, Germany and opened in 2015, this office building cost $1.57 billion to complete.
The old stadium in Wembley Park, London was replaced with this new stadium with the same name in 2007 and cost $1.5 billion to construct.
The (new) home to the New York Yankees in New York City opened in 2009 and cost $1.5 billion to construct.
The world's tallest building (2,716 feet) can be found in Dubai and cost $1.5 billion to build.
The towers were completely built in 2009 and at the time were the tallest structures in the world. They cost $1.16 billion to construct and can be found in Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor and science facility, a collaboration between 35 nations, is expected to be complete in 2021 and will cost over $14 billion to complete in Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, France.