List of tallest buildings in Houston

Houston, the largest city in Texas, is the site of 97 completed skyscrapers over 427 feet (130 m), 50 of which stand taller than 492 feet (150 m).[1][2][3] The tallest building in the city is the JPMorgan Chase Tower, which rises 1,002 feet (305 m) in Downtown Houston and was completed in 1982. It also stands as the tallest building in Texas and the 29th-tallest building in the United States.[4] The second-tallest skyscraper in the city is the Wells Fargo Plaza, which rises 992 feet (302 m) and was completed in 1983.[5] The Williams Tower, completed in 1982 and rising 901 feet (275 m), is the third-tallest building in Houston.[6] Seven of the ten tallest buildings in Texas are located in Houston.[7]

JPMorgan Chase TowerWells Fargo Bank PlazaBank of America CenterHeritage PlazaEnterprise PlazaCenterPoint Energy Plaza1600 Smith StreetOne Shell Plaza1400 Smith StreetThree Allen CenterKBR Tower
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The history of skyscrapers in the city began with the construction of the original Binz Building in 1895. This building, rising 6 floors, is often regarded as the first skyscraper in Houston; it was demolished in 1951 to allow for the construction of a more modern building of the same name, which was in turn replaced by another, 14-floor-tall high-rise that also kept the original name.[8] Houston's first building standing more than 492 feet (150 m) was the El Paso Energy Building, completed in 1962.[9] After the Texas real estate collapse in late 1980s, the city saw no new major office buildings until 2002, when 1500 Louisiana Street was completed.[10] There are currently four buildings under construction that are planned to rise at least 427 feet (130 m).[11][2][3] Overall, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat ranks Houston's skyline (based on existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m) tall) 2nd in the Southern United States (after Miami) and 4th in the United States.[a]

Skyline of Houston seen from Sabine Park

Tallest buildingsEdit

As of October 2021, there are 52 high-rises in Houston that stand at least 427 feet (130 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This height includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.[b][1][2][3]

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Completed Coordinates Notes
1 JPMorgan Chase Tower   1,002 (305.4) 75 1982 29°45′37.2″N 95°21′50.3″W / 29.760333°N 95.363972°W / 29.760333; -95.363972 (JPMorgan Chase Tower) 123rd-tallest building in the world; 21st-tallest in the United States; tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1980s. Tallest building in Texas. Tallest five-sided building in the world.[4][16][17]
2 Wells Fargo Bank Plaza   992 (302.4) 71 1983 29°45′30.6″N 95°22′6.1″W / 29.758500°N 95.368361°W / 29.758500; -95.368361 (Wells Fargo Bank Plaza) 161st-tallest building in the world; 25th-tallest in the United States; 2nd-tallest in Texas. Tallest all-glass building in the Western Hemisphere.[5][18][19]
3 Williams Tower   901 (274.6) 64 1982 29°44′13.7″N 95°27′41″W / 29.737139°N 95.46139°W / 29.737139; -95.46139 (Williams Tower) 200th-tallest building in the world; 30th-tallest in the United States; 4th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building outside of Houston's downtown.[6][20][21]
4 TC Energy Center   780 (237.7) 56 1983 29°45′38.6″N 95°22′00″W / 29.760722°N 95.36667°W / 29.760722; -95.36667 (Bank of America Center) 65th-tallest in the United States; 7th-tallest in Texas.[22][23][24][25]
5 Heritage Plaza   762 (232.3) 53 1987 29°45′31.7″N 95°22′14.4″W / 29.758806°N 95.370667°W / 29.758806; -95.370667 (Heritage Plaza) 75th-tallest in the United States; 8th-tallest in Texas.[10][26][27]
6 609 Main at Texas   757 (230.7) 49 2017 29°45′33.1″N 95°21′45″W / 29.759194°N 95.36250°W / 29.759194; -95.36250 (609 Main at Texas) 76th-tallest in the United States;[c] 9th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 2010s.[28][29][30]
7 Enterprise Plaza   756 (230.4) 55 1980 29°45′27.6″N 95°22′8.5″W / 29.757667°N 95.369028°W / 29.757667; -95.369028 (Enterprise Plaza) 79th-tallest in the United States; 10th-tallest in Texas.[31][32][33]
8 CenterPoint Energy Plaza[d]   741 (225.9) 53 1973 29°45′25.4″N 95°22′5.1″W / 29.757056°N 95.368083°W / 29.757056; -95.368083 (CenterPoint Energy Plaza) 97th-tallest in the United States;[e] 11th-tallest in Texas.[34][35][36]
9 Texas Tower   734 (224) 47 2021 29°45′39.2″N 95°21′48.2″W / 29.760889°N 95.363389°W / 29.760889; -95.363389 (1600 Smith Street) [37]
10 1600 Smith Street   732 (223.1) 55 1984 29°45′16.5″N 95°22′22.5″W / 29.754583°N 95.372917°W / 29.754583; -95.372917 (1600 Smith Street) 13th-tallest in Texas.[38][39][40]
11 Fulbright Tower   725 (221.0) 52 1982 29°45′19.8″N 95°21′41.8″W / 29.755500°N 95.361611°W / 29.755500; -95.361611 (Fulbright Tower) 14th-tallest in Texas.[41][42][43]
12 One Shell Plaza   714 (217.6) 50 1970 29°45′32.9″N 95°22′3.5″W / 29.759139°N 95.367639°W / 29.759139; -95.367639 (One Shell Plaza) 16th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1970s.[44][45][46]
13 1400 Smith Street   691 (210.6) 50 1983 29°45′19.9″N 95°22′18.5″W / 29.755528°N 95.371806°W / 29.755528; -95.371806 (1400 Smith Street) 17th-tallest in Texas.[47][48][49]
14 Three Allen Center   685 (208.8) 50 1980 29°45′26.4″N 95°22′18.7″W / 29.757333°N 95.371861°W / 29.757333; -95.371861 (Three Allen Center) 19th-tallest in Texas.[50][51][52]
15 LyondellBassell Tower   678 (206.7) 47 1978 29°45′21.8″N 95°21′44.2″W / 29.756056°N 95.362278°W / 29.756056; -95.362278 (LyondellBassell Tower) 21st-tallest in Texas.[53][54][55]
16 First City Tower   662 (201.8) 47 1981 29°45′20.6″N 95°21′49.8″W / 29.755722°N 95.363833°W / 29.755722; -95.363833 (First City Tower) 22nd-tallest in Texas.[56][57][58]
17 811 Main   632 (192.6) 46 2011 29°45′28.3″N 95°21′49.2″W / 29.757861°N 95.363667°W / 29.757861; -95.363667 (BG Group Place) 25th-tallest in Texas.[59][60][61]
18 San Felipe Plaza   625 (190.5) 45 1984 29°44′58″N 95°28′55″W / 29.74944°N 95.48194°W / 29.74944; -95.48194 (San Felipe Plaza) [62][63][64]
19 ExxonMobil Building   606 (184.7) 44 1963 29°45′12.7″N 95°22′9.9″W / 29.753528°N 95.369417°W / 29.753528; -95.369417 (ExxonMobil Building) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1960s.[65][66][67]
20 1500 Louisiana Street   600 (182.9) 40 2002 29°45′16.6″N 95°22′16″W / 29.754611°N 95.37111°W / 29.754611; -95.37111 (1500 Louisiana Street) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 2000s.[68][69][70]
21 America Tower   590 (179.8) 42 1983 29°45′38.5″N 95°23′51.2″W / 29.760694°N 95.397556°W / 29.760694; -95.397556 (America Tower) [71][72][73]
22 Bank of America Tower 579 (176.5) 34 2018 [74][75]
Two Houston Center   579 (176.5) 40 1974 29°45′22.7″N 95°21′47.7″W / 29.756306°N 95.363250°W / 29.756306; -95.363250 (Two Houston Center) [76][77][78]
24 Marathon Oil Tower   562 (171.3) 41 1983 29°44′58.5″N 95°28′19.2″W / 29.749583°N 95.472000°W / 29.749583; -95.472000 (Marathon Oil Tower) [79][80][81]
25 Wedge International Tower 550 (167.6) 44 1983 29°45′16.8″N 95°22′11.2″W / 29.754667°N 95.369778°W / 29.754667; -95.369778 (Wedge International Tower) [82][83][84]
KBR Tower   550 (167.6) 40 1973 29°45′11.7″N 95°22′20.6″W / 29.753250°N 95.372389°W / 29.753250; -95.372389 (KBR Tower) [85][86][87]
27 The Preston Tower 549 (167.3) 46 2021 [88]
28 Memorial Hermann Tower   542 (165.2) 35 2009 29°46′57″N 95°32′43.9″W / 29.78250°N 95.545528°W / 29.78250; -95.545528 (Memorial Hermann Tower) [89][90][91]
29 2929 Weslayan   533 (162.5) 40 2015 29°44′18.9″N 95°26′28.4″W / 29.738583°N 95.441222°W / 29.738583; -95.441222 (2929 Weslayan) Tallest residential building in Houston.[92][93][94]
30 Pennzoil Place I   523 (159.4) 36 1976 29°45′36.6″N 95°21′55″W / 29.760167°N 95.36528°W / 29.760167; -95.36528 (Pennzoil Place I) [95][96][97]
Pennzoil Place II   523 (159.4) 36 1976 29°45′35.7″N 95°21′56.6″W / 29.759917°N 95.365722°W / 29.759917; -95.365722 (Pennzoil Place II) [98][99][97]
32 Devon Energy Center   521 (158.8) 36 1978 29°45′25″N 95°22′15.6″W / 29.75694°N 95.371000°W / 29.75694; -95.371000 (Devon Energy Center) [100][101][102]
33 1000 Main   518 (157.9) 36 2003 29°45′25.2″N 95°21′55.9″W / 29.757000°N 95.365528°W / 29.757000; -95.365528 (1000 Main) [103][104][105]
34 Total Plaza   518 (157.9) 35 1971 29°45′23.5″N 95°22′6.6″W / 29.756528°N 95.368500°W / 29.756528; -95.368500 (Total Plaza) [106][107][108]
One Park Place   518 (157.9) 37 2009 29°45′14.9″N 95°21′40.1″W / 29.754139°N 95.361139°W / 29.754139; -95.361139 (One Park Place) [109][110][111]
36 Methodist Outpatient Care Center[f]   512 (156.1) 26 2010 29°42′44.5″N 95°23′57.8″W / 29.712361°N 95.399389°W / 29.712361; -95.399389 (Methodist Outpatient Care Center) [112][113][114]
37 The Huntingdon   503 (153.3) 34 1982 29°44′48.5″N 95°25′4.6″W / 29.746806°N 95.417944°W / 29.746806; -95.417944 (The Huntington) [115][116][117]
38 El Paso Energy Building   502 (153.0) 33 1962 29°45′28.3″N 95°22′2.8″W / 29.757861°N 95.367444°W / 29.757861; -95.367444 (El Paso Energy Building) [9][118][119]
Market Square Tower   502 (153.0) 40 2017 29°45′47″N 95°21′48.1″W / 29.76306°N 95.363361°W / 29.76306; -95.363361 (El Paso Energy Building) [120][121][122]
40 The Post Oak   499 (152.1) 36 2018
41 Hess Tower   490 (149.4) 29 2010 29°45′16.4″N 95°21′35.3″W / 29.754556°N 95.359806°W / 29.754556; -95.359806 (Hess Tower) [123][124][125]
42 1500 Post Oak Boulevard 477 (145.4) 30 2016 29°45′8.2″N 95°27′39.3″W / 29.752278°N 95.460917°W / 29.752278; -95.460917 (1500 Post Oak Boulevard) [126][127][128]
The O'Quinn Medical Tower at St. Luke's   477 (145.4) 29 1990 29°42′32.7″N 95°24′7″W / 29.709083°N 95.40194°W / 29.709083; -95.40194 (The O'Quinn Medical Tower at St. Luke's) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1990s.[129][130][131]
44 5 Greenway Plaza 465 (141.7) 31 1973 29°43′50.2″N 95°25′54.5″W / 29.730611°N 95.431806°W / 29.730611; -95.431806 (5 Greenway Plaza) [132][133][134]
45 Hanover River Oaks 462 (140.8) 39 2020 29°45′16.5″N 95°22′22.5″W / 29.754583°N 95.372917°W / 29.754583; -95.372917 (1600 Smith Street) [135]
46 Texas Children's Hospital Expansion 457 (139.3) 25 2018
47 717 Texas Avenue   453 (138.1) 34 2003 29°45′41.5″N 95°21′51.4″W / 29.761528°N 95.364278°W / 29.761528; -95.364278 (717 Texas Avenue) [136][137][138]
48 Aspire Post Oak 453 (138.1) 39 2021 [139]
49 One Allen Center   452 (137.8) 34 1972 29°45′25.9″N 95°22′12.8″W / 29.757194°N 95.370222°W / 29.757194; -95.370222 (One Allen Center) [140][141][142]
50 Four Leaf Towers 1   444 (135.3) 40 1982 29°45′5.4″N 95°27′50″W / 29.751500°N 95.46389°W / 29.751500; -95.46389 (Four Leaf Towers 1) [143][144][145]
Four Leaf Towers 2   444 (135.3) 40 1982 29°45′3.2″N 95°27′52.5″W / 29.750889°N 95.464583°W / 29.750889; -95.464583 (Four Leaf Towers 2) [146][147][148]
52 11 Greenway Plaza 441 (134.4) 31 1979 29°43′55.2″N 95°26′8.1″W / 29.732000°N 95.435583°W / 29.732000; -95.435583 (11 Greenway Plaza) [149][150][151]
9 Greenway Plaza 441 (134.4) 31 1978 29°43′55.4″N 95°26′4.2″W / 29.732056°N 95.434500°W / 29.732056; -95.434500 (9 Greenway Plaza) [152][153][154]
53 Phoenix Tower 434 (132.3) 34 1984 29°43′49.4″N 95°25′45″W / 29.730389°N 95.42917°W / 29.730389; -95.42917 (Phoenix Tower) [155][156][157]
54 Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza 430 (131.1) 28 2007 29°42′55″N 95°23′49.2″W / 29.71528°N 95.397000°W / 29.71528; -95.397000 (Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza) [158][159][160]
55 712 Main Street   428 (130.5) 37 1929 29°45′31.8″N 95°21′49.6″W / 29.758833°N 95.363778°W / 29.758833; -95.363778 (712 Main Street) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1920s.[161][162][163]

Tallest under constructionEdit

As of April 2021, there are 8 buildings under construction in Houston that are planned to rise at least 427 feet (130 m).[11][2][3][g]

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
The Allen Phase - 34-22 2021 Construction started in 2020.[164]
McNair mixed-used Tower 751 (228.9) 54-18 2023 Construction started in 2020.[165]
1550 on the Green - 28 2024 Announced January 2021.[166]

Timeline of tallest buildingsEdit

 
The Niels Esperson Building stood as the tallest building in Houston from 1927 until 1929.

Since 1895, the year the first high-rise in the city was constructed,[8] the title of the tallest building in Houston has been held by eleven high-rises.

Original name Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
Binz Building[h] 1895–1904 (9 years) 6 [8]
Lomas & Nettleton Building 1904–1908 (4 years) 105 (32) 8 [167]
711 Main 1908–1910 (2 years) 124 (40.8) 10 [168]
Carter Building 1910–1926 (16 years) 302 (92.1) 23 [169]
Magnolia Hotel 1926–1927 (1 year) 325 (99.1) 22 [170]
Niels Esperson Building 1927–1929 (2 years) 410 (125.1) 31 [171]
Gulf Building 1929–1963 (34 years) 428 (130.5) 37 [161]
Humble Building 1963–1970 (7 years) 606 (184.7) 44 [65]
One Shell Plaza 1970–1980 (10 years) 714 (217.6) 50 [44]
Enterprise Plaza 1980–1982 (2 years) 756 (232.3) 55 [31]
Texas Commerce Tower 1982–present (41 years) 1,002 (305.4) 75 [4]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ New York has 308 existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m),[12] Chicago has 130,[13] Miami has 59,[14] and Houston has 39.[15]
  2. ^ If two or more buildings are of the same height, they are listed in order of floor count, then alphabetically. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was originally completed.
  3. ^ Along with the Carnegie Hall Tower in New York City, New York.
  4. ^ Originally constructed at a height of 651 feet (198 m), the building's height was extended in 1996.
  5. ^ Along with 20 Exchange Place in New York City, New York.
  6. ^ Height estimated by the CTBUH.
  7. ^ Any buildings that have been topped out but are not completed are also included.
  8. ^ Height unknown. Demolished in 1950.

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