List of tallest buildings in North Carolina

This list of tallest buildings in North Carolina ranks skyscrapers in the U.S. state of North Carolina by height. The tallest building in North Carolina is the Bank of America Corporate Center in Charlotte, which contains 60 floors and is 871 ft (265 m) tall. The second-tallest building in the state is the Duke Energy Center also in Charlotte, North Carolina, which rises 786 feet (240 m) above the ground.

The uptown skyline of Charlotte.

Tallest buildingsEdit

This list ranks North Carolina skyscrapers that stand at least 328 feet (100 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts or other objects not part of the original plans. Existing structures are included for ranking purposes based on present height.

Rank Name Image Height
ft / m
Floors Year City Notes
1 Bank of America Corporate Center   871 / 265[1] 60 1992 Charlotte 161st-tallest building in the world; 28th-tallest in the United States and the tallest between Philadelphia and Atlanta; tallest building in Charlotte and North Carolina since 1992[2]
2 Duke Energy Center   786 / 240[3] 54 2010 Charlotte 479th-tallest in the world; 62nd-tallest in the United States; 2nd-tallest in North Carolina. Tallest building constructed in Charlotte in the 2010s.[4][5] It is the largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
3 Truist Center   659 / 201[7] 47 2002 Charlotte Tallest building constructed in Charlotte in the 2000s.[8][9] It is the fourth largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
4 Bank of America Tower   632 / 193[10] 35 2019 Charlotte It is the seventh largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
5 One Wells Fargo Center   588 / 179[11] 42 1988 Charlotte Tallest building constructed in Charlotte in the 1980s.[12][13][14] It is the third largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
6 The Vue   560 / 170[15] 51 2010 Charlotte 5th Tallest building in Charlotte and the tallest residential high rise in North Carolina[16]
7 PNC Plaza   538 / 164[17] 32 2008 Raleigh Previously known as RBC Plaza; was the U.S. headquarters of RBC Bank
8 Bank of America Plaza   503 / 153[18] 40 1974 Charlotte [19][20][21] It is the ninth largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
9 1 Bank of America Center   484 / 148[22] 32 2010 Charlotte Also known as 150 North College[23][24] or 1 BAC
10 300 South Tryon[a]   463 141[25] 25 2017 Charlotte Anchored by Barings[26][27][28]
11 121 West Trade   462 / 141[29] 32 1990 Charlotte Also known as the Interstate Tower[30][31]
12 100 North Main Street   460 / 140[32] 34 1995 Winston-Salem Tallest building in Winston-Salem since 1995, as well as the tallest in North Carolina outside of Charlotte and Raleigh
13 Three Wells Fargo Center   450 / 137[33] 32 2000 Charlotte Originally known as Three First Union Center[34][35] It is the fifth largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
14 Fifth Third Center   447 / 136.3[36] 30 1997 Charlotte Also known as the IJL Financial Center and 201 North Tryon[37][38]
Museum Tower   447 / 136.3[39] 42 2017 Charlotte 43-story apartment tower developed by Childress Klein, built atop of the Mint Museum
16 Two Wells Fargo Center   433 / 132[40] 32 1971 Charlotte Originally known as Two First Union Center[41][42] It is the eighth largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
17 Two Hannover Square   431 / 131[43] 29 1991 Raleigh Commonly referred to as the "BB&T Building"[44]
18 Ally Charlotte Center   427 / 115.2[45] 26 2021 Charlotte Construction started in December 2016. Delivered on May 3, 2021.[46][47][48][49] It is the tenth largest building in Charlotte by leasable square feet.[6]
19 Ascent Uptown   426 / 129.8[50] 33 2017 Charlotte 32-story apartment tower developed and owned by Greystar Real Estate Partners
20 Avenue   425 / 130[51] 36 2007 Charlotte [52][53]
21 400 South Tryon   420 / 128[54] 32 1974 Charlotte Also known as Duke Energy Plaza. Originally known as Wachovia Corporate Center and First Union Corporate Center.[55][56][57]
22 Winston Tower   410 / 125[58] 29 1966 Winston-Salem Tallest building in Winston-Salem from 1966 to 1995
23 Wells Fargo Capitol Center   400 / 122[59] 30 1990 Raleigh
24 Carillon Tower   394 / 120[60] 24 1991 Charlotte
25 Charlotte Plaza   388 / 119[61] 28 1982 Charlotte [62]
26 The Ellis   384 / 117[63] 33 2021 Charlotte 549 apartment units with 19,000 square feet of retail. Completed June 2021.[64] It is one of the tallest residential towers in Charlotte.[65]
FNB Tower Charlotte   384 / 117[66] 30 2021 Charlotte FNB Corporation anchored building will include 156,000 square feet of office space, 196 luxury apartments, and 2,300 square feet of retail. Ground broke in December 2018.[67] The building opened on July 21, 2021.[68]
28 Lowe's Global Technology Center   357 / 108.814[69] 17 2021 Charlotte Being constructed across from the Design Center of the Carolinas, will be anchored by Lowe's. Construction started August 2019.[70] Once completed it will become the tallest building in Charlotte outside of Uptown.[71]
29 University Tower   356 / 108[72] 17 1986 Durham Tallest building in Durham
30 Catalyst   338 / 103[73] 27 2009 Charlotte
31 GMAC Tower 330 / 101[74] 21 1980 Winston-Salem
32 525 North Tryon   330 / 100.6[75] 19 1999 Charlotte

Tallest under constructionEdit

This lists buildings that are under construction in North Carolina and are planned to rise at least 200 ft (61 m). Buildings that have already been topped out are also included. As of July 2021 there are 9 buildings under construction.

Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year City Notes
Duke Energy Plaza   597 / 181.96[76] 40 2022 Charlotte Will be leased by Duke Energy. Construction started in May 2019. It will become the new headquarters for Duke.[77] The building topped out on August 20, 2021 as reported by the Charlotte Business Journal.[78]
Walter Tower 423 / 128.93[79] 33 2022 Raleigh Located in the North Hills area, this tower will feature 376 residential units and 6,500 SF of retail. Named after Sir Walter Raleigh.[80]
300H 263 / 80.16 19 2021 Raleigh Phase 1 of the Raleigh Crossing development.[81] Future headquarters of Pendo.[82]
400H 256 / 72.273 [83] 20 Fall 2023 Raleigh 144,000 SF office space, 16,000 SF retail, and 242 apartments[84][85]
The Tower at Cardinal North Hills 239 / 73 18 Spring 2023 Raleigh Located in the North Hills area, this high rise development will feature 192 residential units.[86]
The Line   212 / 69.7

[87]

16 2021 Charlotte Portman developed office tower with retail anchored by Sycamore Brewing and a food hall. Construction is underway as of 2020[88] The building should be completed in the fourth quarter of 2021.[71]

Proposed and ApprovedEdit

This lists buildings that are proposed, approved, or on hold in North Carolina that are planned to rise at least 200 ft (61 m).

Name Height*
ft / m
Floors Year Status Primary Purpose City Notes
1714 South Boulevard 318 / 96.9[89] 24 2024 Approved Office Charlotte 24 story resident tower with 324 apartments. It will be developed by White Point Partners and Greystar. Located at the corner of South Blvd and Kingston in South End. Construction will start in December 2021 and finish in January 2024[90]
110 East 308 / 93.8 23 2023 Approved Office Charlotte 370,000 square foot office tower with 7,000 square of street level retail at the intersection of South Boulevard and East/West Boulevard. Construction will be starting in the second quarter of 2021.[91][92]
2161 Hawkins 24 2024 Approved Residential Charlotte Apartment tower with 200 to 300 units, planned next to the current The Line construction site where Sycamore Brewing is currently.[93]
Radius Dilworth 26 2024 Approved Residential Charlotte Two apartment towers at the corner of Morehead Street and Euclid Avenue with a combined total of 626 units.[94] Construction will begin in the fourth quarter of 2021.[95]
Metropolitan Apartment Tower 285 / 86.86 22 Approved Residential Charlotte Apartment tower with 330 units, planned next to the Metropolitan and Midtown Park.[96]
Stream Realty Partners Tower 20 2024 Approved Office Charlotte 325,000 square foot building on a 1.7 acre lot located directly next to Suffolk Punch and the Lynx Blue Line's New Bern Station in South End, construction will start in the second quarter of 2022 and finish in 2024[97][98]
1111 S. Tryon St. Residential Tower 35 2 Approved Residential Charlotte Apartment tower with 350 units to be developed by Riverside Investment & Development, planned on the site of the Uptown Cabaret and Midnight Diner.[99][100]
1111 S. Tryon St. Office Tower 40 Approved Office Charlotte Office tower with a minimum of 800,000 square feet to be developed by Riverside Investment & Development, planned on the site of the Uptown Cabaret and Midnight Diner.[99][100]
Southern Land Co. Residential Tower 30 2025 Approved Residential Charlotte Apartment tower with 300 units to be developed by Southern Land Co., planned on the site of Tyber Creek Pub. It will break ground in early 2023 and finish by 2025. Tyber Creek will occupy 6,700 square of the building with outdoor and indoor areas.[101]
Catalyst Capital Partners and Stiles Corp. Residential Tower 30 2024 Approved Residential Charlotte Apartment tower with 291 units, 9,500 square feet of ground floor retail, and 10,000 square feet of office space occupied by Catalyst is being developed by Catalyst Capital Partners and Stiles Corp. It is planned on the former site of Price's Chicken Coop located at 1600 and 1604 Camden Road. It will break ground in the third quarter of 2022.[102][103]
Project 561 561 / 171 28 Approved Office Greensboro Will become the tallest building in North Carolina outside of Charlotte and include 400,000 square feet of Class A office space and a hotel. The 28-story tower would sit on top of an 8-story parking deck and would include a spire.[104]
506 Capital Blvd 40 Approved Office/Residential Raleigh [105]
Smoky Hollow Phase III 500 / 150 40 Approved Office/Residential Raleigh [106]
Nexus Phase 1 15 Proposed Office/Residential Raleigh [107]
Raleigh Civic Campus Phase 1 20 Proposed Government Raleigh Phase 1 of 3. Referred to as "New City Hall, East Building" in City of Raleigh materials.[108][109]
Raleigh Civic Campus Phase 2 20 Proposed Government Raleigh Phase 2 of 3. Referred to as "New City Hall, West Building" in City of Raleigh materials. Master plan refers to this building as a "twin" to phase 1.[109]
Raleigh Civic Campus Phase 3 20 Proposed Government Raleigh Phase 3 of 3. Third-party development of up to 20 stories with parking deck.[109]
Salisbury Square Residential Building 239 / 73 20 Proposed Residential Raleigh [110]
Salisbury Square Mixed Use Building 239 / 73 20 Proposed Office/Residential Raleigh [110]
301 Hillsborough Phase 2 19 Proposed Office/Residential Raleigh Phase 2 of the Raleigh Crossing development. Mixed-use tower with 135 residential units, 165 room hotel, and 8,000 SF of retail.[81]
Crabtree Valley Mall Tower 30 Proposed Hotel/Office Raleigh Part of a larger redevelopment plan for Crabtree Valley Mall[111]
Carolina Development Group Tower 37 On Hold Residential Charlotte 350 apartments and up to 6,500 square feet of retail space at the intersection North Smith and West 10th streets[112]
Moxy Hotel 230 / 70.1 20 Approved Hotel Charlotte Construction starting 2022
Intercontinental Hotel at Belk Place 420 / 128 32 Approved Hotel Charlotte Construction started in 2019 going vertical in 2022
Third Street and Baldwin Office Tower 299 / 91.2 20 Approved Office/Hotel Charlotte Office tower with planned 240 room hotel near the Cherry and Elizabeth neighborhoods. Construction starting in 2022
The Nash (Tower 1) 40 Proposed Mixed-Use Raleigh Multi-use building planned for downtown Raleigh located near Nash Square.
The Nash (Tower 2) 40 Proposed Mixed-Use Raleigh Multi-use building planned for downtown Raleigh located near Nash Square.
302 South St. 20 Proposed Residential Raleigh Would include approximately 300 apartments.[113]
RUSBUS (Tower 1) 30 Approved Mixed-Use Raleigh 1 of 2 towers planned for GoTriangle’s Raleigh Union Station Bus Facility Project.[114] To begin construction in 2022.
RUSBUS (Tower 2) 10 Approved Hospitality Raleigh To have 260 hotel rooms.[115]
Raleigh Convention Hotel and Downtown Development Project (Tower 1) ~550/~168 40 2030 On Hold Hospitality Raleigh Planned to be constructed near Raleigh’s convention center and performing arts center.[116]
Raleigh Convention Hotel and Downtown Development Project (Tower 2) ~800/~244 40 2030 On Hold Office/Mixed-Use Raleigh Planned to be constructed near Raleigh’s convention center and performing arts center.[116]
Downtown South (Tower 1) 40 Approved Office Raleigh Part of Kane Realty’s Downtown South Soccer Stadium project.[117]
Downtown South (Tower 2) 40 Approved Hospitality Raleigh Part of Kane Realty’s Downtown South Soccer Stadium project.[117]
110 South McDowell Street 20 2025 Approved Mixed-Use Raleigh To begin construction in 2023.[118]
North Hills Redevelopment (Tower 1) 12 Proposed Raleigh One of multiple towers planned for North Hills.[119]
North Hills Redevelopment (Tower 2) 30 Proposed Raleigh One of multiple towers planned for North Hills.[119]
North Hills Redevelopment (Tower 3) 40 Proposed Raleigh One of multiple towers planned for North Hills.[119]
North Hills Redevelopment (Tower 4) 40 Proposed Raleigh One of multiple towers planned for North Hills.[119]
227 W. Davie St. 40 Proposed Mixed-Use Raleigh To be developed by NCR Hospitality Corporation.[120]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Height estimated by the CTBUH.

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