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List of tallest buildings in the United States

One World Trade Center in New York City, tallest building in the United States

The world's first skyscraper was built in Chicago in 1885. Since then, the United States has been home to some of the world's tallest skyscrapers. New York City, specifically the borough of Manhattan, notably has the tallest skyline in the country. Eleven American buildings have held the title of tallest building in the world (9 in New York City).[1] New York City and Chicago have always been the centers of American skyscraper building. The 10-story Home Insurance Building, built in Chicago in 1885, is regarded as the world's first skyscraper; the building was constructed using a novel steel-loadbearing frame which became a standard of the industry worldwide.[2]

Since its topping out in 2013, One World Trade Center in New York City has been the tallest skyscraper in the United States. Its spire brings the structure to a symbolic architectural height of 1,776 feet (541 m), connoting the year the U.S. Declaration of Independence was signed, though the absolute tip (or pinnacle) of the structure is measured at 1,792 ft (546 m).[3] However, the observation deck elevation and highest occupied floor of One World Trade Center are surpassed by 432 Park Avenue and Chicago's Willis Tower (formerly and still commonly known as the Sears Tower). Steinway Tower, and Central Park Tower will also have higher occupied floors and roofs upon their completion.[4]

Prior to the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, the twin towers of the World Trade Center occupied the second and third positions on the list below, behind Willis Tower. The North Tower stood at 1,368 feet (417 m), while the South Tower was 1,362 feet (415 m) tall. If they were still standing today, they would occupy the fourth and fifth positions on the list below, with their replacement—One World Trade Center—being excluded.

There are numerous supertall buildings both proposed and under construction throughout the country, concentrated in New York City and Chicago. In New York City, Central Park Tower, 111 West 57th Street and One Vanderbilt are all currently under construction and planned to rise at least 1,400 feet (430 m). Notable projects under construction in Chicago include Vista Tower, designed by Jeanne Gang, and NEMA Chicago, designed by Rafael Vinoly. Other tall buildings that are proposed include the 1,010-foot-tall (310 m) One Bayfront Plaza and One Brickell City Centre in Miami.

Tallest buildingsEdit

This list ranks completed and Topped-out buildings in the United States that stand at least 700 feet (213 m) tall, based on standard height measurement which includes spires and architectural details, but excludes antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

  † Was the world's tallest building upon completion
Rank Name Image Location Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
1 One World Trade Center New York City
40°42′46.45″N 74°0′47.53″W / 40.7129028°N 74.0132028°W / 40.7129028; -74.0132028
1,776 (541) 104 2014
On November 3, 2014, One World Trade Center became the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Briefly referred to as the Freedom Tower during its planning stages. The 6th-tallest building in the world.[5][6][7][8]
2 Central Park Tower New York City
40°45′57″N 73°58′51″W / 40.7659°N 73.98089°W / 40.7659; -73.98089
1,550 (472) 131 2020
At 1,550 feet, the tower is the tallest residential building in the world both by roof height and architectural height. Construction was delayed in 2015 and resumed in 2017.[9][10] Topped out in September of 2019.[11]
3 Willis Tower Chicago
41°52′43.82″N 87°38′9.73″W / 41.8788389°N 87.6360361°W / 41.8788389; -87.6360361
1,451 (443) 110 1974 Formerly known, and still commonly referred to, as the Sears Tower. It was the tallest building in the world from 1974 until 1998. It is the second tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and the 22nd-tallest building in the world.[12][13]
4 111 West 57th Street*   New York City
40°45′52″N 73°58′40″W / 40.76455°N 73.97765°W / 40.76455; -73.97765
1,428 (435.3) 82 2020[14] Also known as Steinway Tower. Will be the world's most slender skyscraper upon completion.[15] Topped out in April 2019.[16]
5 One Vanderbilt   New York City
40°45′11″N 73°58′43″W / 40.7530°N 73.9785°W / 40.7530; -73.9785
1,401 (427) 67 2020 Topped out in September 2019.[17]
6 432 Park Avenue   New York City
40°45′40.32″N 73°58′17.4″W / 40.7612000°N 73.971500°W / 40.7612000; -73.971500
1,396 (426) 96[18] 2015 Topped out in October 2014.[19] 432 Park Avenue is the 26th-tallest building in the world and the world's tallest residential building.[20][21] Tallest building in the world known only by its street address.[22]
7 Trump International Hotel and Tower   Chicago
41°53′19.84″N 87°37′35.18″W / 41.8888444°N 87.6264389°W / 41.8888444; -87.6264389
1,389 (423) 98 2009 28th-tallest building in the world
8 30 Hudson Yards   New York City
40°45′14.3″N 74°00′2.7″W / 40.753972°N 74.000750°W / 40.753972; -74.000750
1,268 (387)[23] 101 2019 39th-tallest building in the world
9 Empire State Building   New York City
40°44′54.47″N 73°59′8.5″W / 40.7484639°N 73.985694°W / 40.7484639; -73.985694
1,250 (381) 102 1931 45th-tallest building in the world; tallest building in the world from 1931 until 1972; tallest man-made structure in the world 1931-1967; first building in the world to contain over 100 floors; tallest building built in the U.S. and the world in the 1930s.[24][25]
10 Bank of America Tower   New York City
40°45′19.36″N 73°59′3.92″W / 40.7553778°N 73.9844222°W / 40.7553778; -73.9844222
1,200 (366) 55 2009 5th-tallest building in New York City.[26][27]
11 Aon Center   Chicago
41°53′6.79″N 87°37′17.41″W / 41.8852194°N 87.6215028°W / 41.8852194; -87.6215028
1,136 (346) 83 1973 Formerly known as the Standard Oil Building.[28][29]
12 John Hancock Center   Chicago
41°53′55.61″N 87°37′22.93″W / 41.8987806°N 87.6230361°W / 41.8987806; -87.6230361
1,127 (344) 100 1969 For almost 50 years, known as the John Hancock Center: it is the first trussed-tube building in the world; contains some of the highest residential units in the world; tallest building built in the world in the 1960s, and the highest pinnacle height in the world at the time.[30][31]
13 Comcast Technology Center   Philadelphia 1,121 (342) 60 2018 Tallest Building in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. Tallest building outside New York City and Chicago. Topped out on November 27, 2017.[32][33][34]
14 Wilshire Grand Center   Los Angeles
34°3′0″N 118°15′33.48″W / 34.05000°N 118.2593000°W / 34.05000; -118.2593000
1,099 (335) 73 2017 Tallest building in Los Angeles and California and tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Topped out on September 3, 2016.[35]
15 3 World Trade Center   New York City
40°42′39.32″N 74°0′41.79″W / 40.7109222°N 74.0116083°W / 40.7109222; -74.0116083
1,079 (329) 80 2018 Topped out on June 23, 2016.[36][37]
16 Salesforce Tower   San Francisco
37°47′23.8″N 122°23′48.9″W / 37.789944°N 122.396917°W / 37.789944; -122.396917
1,070 (326) 60 2018 Topped out on April 6, 2017. Tallest building in San Francisco and tallest building in rooftop height west of Chicago. Second tallest building west of the Mississippi.[38]
17 53W53   New York City
40°45′42″N 73°58′42″W / 40.76160°N 73.97840°W / 40.76160; -73.97840
1,050 (320) 77 2019 Construction began in 2014.[39]
18= Chrysler Building   New York City
40°45′5.44″N 73°58′31.84″W / 40.7515111°N 73.9755111°W / 40.7515111; -73.9755111
1,046 (319) 77 1930 Tallest man-made structure in the world from 1930 until 1931; First building to be more than 1,000 feet tall; tallest brick building in the world.[40][41]
18= The New York Times Building   New York City
40°45′21.77″N 73°59′24.21″W / 40.7560472°N 73.9900583°W / 40.7560472; -73.9900583
1,046 (319) 52 2007 Also known as the Times Tower. The first high-rise building in the United States to have a ceramic sunscreen curtain wall.[42][43][44]
19 Bank of America Plaza   Atlanta
33°46′14.9″N 84°23′10.75″W / 33.770806°N 84.3863194°W / 33.770806; -84.3863194
1,023 (311) 55 1992 Tallest building in Atlanta and the Southern United States; tallest building located in a state capital.[45][46]
20 U.S. Bank Tower   Los Angeles
34°3′3.85″N 118°15′16.03″W / 34.0510694°N 118.2544528°W / 34.0510694; -118.2544528
1,018 (310) 73 1989 Second tallest building in Los Angeles as well as third tallest building in California. Tallest building west of the Mississippi River from 1989 to 2017. It was previously the tallest building in the world with a helipad on the roof.[47][48] It is now third on that list behind China World Trade Center Tower III, and Guangzhou International Finance Center.
21 35 Hudson Yards   New York City
40°45′16″N 74°00′09″W / 40.75455°N 74.00240°W / 40.75455; -74.00240
1,009 (308) 72 2019 [49]
22 Franklin Center   Chicago
41°52′49.19″N 87°38′5.23″W / 41.8803306°N 87.6347861°W / 41.8803306; -87.6347861
1,007 (307) 60 1989 Originally known as the AT&T Corporate Center at its inauguration in 1989, the name was changed after Tishman Speyer acquired the building and the adjacent USG complex in 2004.[50][51]
23 One57   New York City
40°45′54.73″N 73°58′45″W / 40.7652028°N 73.97917°W / 40.7652028; -73.97917
1,005 (306) 75 2014 Tallest mixed-use (residential and hotel) skyscraper in New York City[52][53]
24 JPMorgan Chase Tower   Houston
29°45′34.50″N 95°21′48.44″W / 29.7595833°N 95.3634556°W / 29.7595833; -95.3634556
1,002 (305) 75 1982 Tallest building in Houston and Texas; tallest 5-sided building in the world[54][55] Tallest building west of the Mississippi River until 1989.
25= Two Prudential Plaza   Chicago
41°53′7.43″N 87°37′21.77″W / 41.8853972°N 87.6227139°W / 41.8853972; -87.6227139
995 (303) 64 1990 [56][57]
25= One Manhattan West   New York City
40°45′07″N 73°59′52″W / 40.7519°N 73.9979°W / 40.7519; -73.9979
995 (303) 67 2019 [58]
27 Wells Fargo Plaza   Houston
29°45′30.17″N 95°22′5.81″W / 29.7583806°N 95.3682806°W / 29.7583806; -95.3682806
992 (302) 71 1983 [59][60]
28 4 World Trade Center   New York City
40°42′37.36″N 74°0′42.88″W / 40.7103778°N 74.0119111°W / 40.7103778; -74.0119111
977 (298) 72 2013 Also known as 150 Greenwich Street[61]
29 Comcast Center   Philadelphia
39°57′17.21″N 75°10′6.73″W / 39.9547806°N 75.1685361°W / 39.9547806; -75.1685361
975 (297) 58 2007 Second tallest building in Philadelphia; second tallest building in Pennsylvania[62][63]
30 311 South Wacker Drive   Chicago
41°52′38.78″N 87°38′8.08″W / 41.8774389°N 87.6355778°W / 41.8774389; -87.6355778
961 (293) 65 1990 Tallest reinforced concrete building in the United States.[64][65]
31 70 Pine Street   New York City
40°42′22.9″N 74°0′26.67″W / 40.706361°N 74.0074083°W / 40.706361; -74.0074083
952 (290) 66 1932 Currently being converted into a residential skyscraper with 644 rental residences and 132 hotel rooms[66][67][68]
32 220 Central Park South*   New York City 950 (290) 66 2019 [69]
33 Key Tower   Cleveland
41°30′3.21″N 81°41′37.14″W / 41.5008917°N 81.6936500°W / 41.5008917; -81.6936500
947 (289) 57 1991 Tallest building in Cleveland and Ohio; tallest building in the Midwestern United States outside of Chicago; tallest building in the United States between New York City and Chicago until the 2007 completion of Comcast Center[70][71]
34 One Liberty Place   Philadelphia
39°57′19.13″N 75°10′8.61″W / 39.9553139°N 75.1690583°W / 39.9553139; -75.1690583
945 (288) 61 1987 First building in Philadelphia constructed taller than Philadelphia City Hall, completed 86 years earlier.[72][73]
35 Columbia Center   Seattle
47°36′16.93″N 122°19′50.21″W / 47.6047028°N 122.3306139°W / 47.6047028; -122.3306139
937 (284) 76 1985 Tallest building in Seattle and Washington; fourth-tallest building on the West Coast. Tallest building west of the Mississippi River in terms of number of floors. Tallest observation deck on the West Coast and west of the Mississippi.[74][75]
36 40 Wall Street   New York City
40°42′25.05″N 74°0′34.73″W / 40.7069583°N 74.0096472°W / 40.7069583; -74.0096472
927 (283) 70 1930 Tallest building in the world for two months in 1930 until the completion of the Chrysler Building; also known as the Trump Building.[76][77]
37 Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown   New York City
40°42′47.40″N 74°00′33.52″W / 40.7131667°N 74.0093111°W / 40.7131667; -74.0093111
926 (282) 82 2016 Topped out on March 31, 2015.[78][79]
38 Bank of America Plaza   Dallas
32°46′48″N 96°48′14.47″W / 32.78000°N 96.8040194°W / 32.78000; -96.8040194
921 (281) 72 1985 Tallest building in Dallas[80][81]
39 Citigroup Center   New York City
40°45′29.98″N 73°58′11.99″W / 40.7583278°N 73.9699972°W / 40.7583278; -73.9699972
915 (279) 59 1977 [82][83]
40= 125 Greenwich Street*   New York City
40°42′33″N 74°00′46″W / 40.709167°N 74.012778°W / 40.709167; -74.012778
912 (278) 77 2020 Revised down from earlier projected height. Topped out in March 2019.[84]
40= 15 Hudson Yards   New York City
40°45′17″N 74°00′11″W / 40.7546°N 74.003°W / 40.7546; -74.003
912 (278) 70 2019 Topped out in February 2018.[85]
42 Williams Tower   Houston
29°44′13.69″N 95°27′40.6″W / 29.7371361°N 95.461278°W / 29.7371361; -95.461278
901 (275) 64 1983 Known as the Transco Tower from 1983 to 1999. Tallest building in the world located outside of a city's central business district[86][87]
43 99 Hudson Street*   Jersey City
40°42′55″N 74°02′06″W / 40.71528°N 74.03500°W / 40.71528; -74.03500
900 (271) 79 2019 Topped out as tallest building in New Jersey on September 27, 2018 [88]
44 425 Park Avenue*   New York City
40°45′38″N 73°58′16″W / 40.760542°N 73.971157°W / 40.760542; -73.971157
897 (273) 41 2020 Topped out in December 2018.[89]
45 Renaissance Tower   Dallas
32°46′52.12″N 96°48′6.68″W / 32.7811444°N 96.8018556°W / 32.7811444; -96.8018556
886 (270) 56 1974 Originally constructed at a height of 710 feet (216 m); rooftop spires were added in 1987, increasing the building's structural height to 886 feet (270 m).[90][91]
46 10 Hudson Yards   New York City
40°45′9″N 74°0′3.78″W / 40.75250°N 74.0010500°W / 40.75250; -74.0010500
878 (268) 52 2016 Topped out in October 2015.[92][93]
47 Bank of America Corporate Center   Charlotte
35°13′37.89″N 80°50′32.24″W / 35.2271917°N 80.8422889°W / 35.2271917; -80.8422889
871 (265) 60 1992 Tallest building in Charlotte[94][95] and the Carolinas; Tallest building in the Southern United States outside of Atlanta or Texas.
48 8 Spruce Street   New York City
40°42′39″N 74°00′20″W / 40.71083°N 74.00556°W / 40.71083; -74.00556
870 (265) 76 2011 Also known as Beekman Tower and New York by Gehry.[96][97]
49 900 North Michigan   Chicago
41°53′58.65″N 87°37′29.46″W / 41.8996250°N 87.6248500°W / 41.8996250; -87.6248500
869 (265) 66 1989 [98][99]
50= Panorama Tower   Miami
25°45′48″N 80°11′29″W / 25.76335°N 80.19134°W / 25.76335; -80.19134
868 (265) 82 2017 Tallest building in Miami and the state of Florida.[100]
50= Chase Tower   Chicago
41°52′53.59″N 87°37′48.58″W / 41.8815528°N 87.6301611°W / 41.8815528; -87.6301611
868 (265) 60 1969 [101][102]
52 SunTrust Plaza   Atlanta
33°45′45.53″N 84°23′11.48″W / 33.7626472°N 84.3865222°W / 33.7626472; -84.3865222
867 (264) 60 1992 [103][104]
53 Trump World Tower   New York City
40°45′8.98″N 73°58′4.48″W / 40.7524944°N 73.9679111°W / 40.7524944; -73.9679111
861 (262) 72 2001 Tallest all residential building in the world from 2001 until 2002[105][106]
54= Water Tower Place   Chicago
41°53′52.62″N 87°37′22.86″W / 41.8979500°N 87.6230167°W / 41.8979500; -87.6230167
859 (262) 74 1976 [107][108]
54= Aqua   Chicago
41°53′11.01″N 87°37′12.12″W / 41.8863917°N 87.6200333°W / 41.8863917; -87.6200333
859 (262) 82 2009 [109] World's tallest building designed by a woman.[110]
56 Aon Center   Los Angeles
34°2′57.22″N 118°15′25.07″W / 34.0492278°N 118.2569639°W / 34.0492278; -118.2569639
858 (261) 62 1973 Tallest building in the United States west of the Mississippi River from 1973 until 1982[111][112]
57 Transamerica Pyramid   San Francisco
37°47′42.4″N 122°24′10.01″W / 37.795111°N 122.4027806°W / 37.795111; -122.4027806
853 (260) 48 1972 2nd-tallest building in San Francisco;[113] tallest building in the U.S. west of the Mississippi River from 1972 until 1974[114][115]
58 30 Rockefeller Plaza   New York City
40°45′32.11″N 73°58′45.65″W / 40.7589194°N 73.9793472°W / 40.7589194; -73.9793472
850 (259) 69 1933 [116][117]
59 Two Liberty Place   Philadelphia
39°57′6.07″N 75°10′2.76″W / 39.9516861°N 75.1674333°W / 39.9516861; -75.1674333
848 (258) 58 1990 [118][119]
60 One Manhattan Square *   New York City 847 (258) 72 2019 [120]
61= One Bennett Park   Chicago
41°53′49.19″N 87°37′30.56″W / 41.8969972°N 87.6251556°W / 41.8969972; -87.6251556
844 (257) 67 2019 [121][122]
61= Park Tower   Chicago
41°53′49.19″N 87°37′30.56″W / 41.8969972°N 87.6251556°W / 41.8969972; -87.6251556
844 (257) 67 2000 [123][124]
61= Devon Energy Center   Oklahoma City
35°28′0.02″N 97°31′3.47″W / 35.4666722°N 97.5176306°W / 35.4666722; -97.5176306
844 (257) 52 2012 Tallest building in Oklahoma City; tallest building in Oklahoma; tallest building in the "Plains States"[125]
64 U.S. Steel Tower   Pittsburgh
40°26′28.6″N 79°59′40.79″W / 40.441278°N 79.9946639°W / 40.441278; -79.9946639
841 (256) 64 1971 Tallest building in Pittsburgh; largest roof in the world at its height or taller[126][127][128]
65 56 Leonard Street   New York City
40°43′4.09″N 74°0′23.82″W / 40.7178028°N 74.0066167°W / 40.7178028; -74.0066167
821 (250) 57 2016 Topped out in July 2015.[129][130]
66 One Atlantic Center   Atlanta
33°47′13.13″N 84°23′14.63″W / 33.7869806°N 84.3873972°W / 33.7869806; -84.3873972
820 (250) 50 1987 Also known as the IBM Tower.[131][132]
67 The Legacy at Millennium Park   Chicago
41°52′52.9″N 87°37′32.51″W / 41.881361°N 87.6256972°W / 41.881361; -87.6256972
818 (249) 72 2009
68 CitySpire Center   New York City
40°45′50.97″N 73°58′47.11″W / 40.7641583°N 73.9797528°W / 40.7641583; -73.9797528
814 (248) 75 1987
69 28 Liberty Street   New York City
40°42′28.36″N 74°0′31.81″W / 40.7078778°N 74.0088361°W / 40.7078778; -74.0088361
813 (248) 60 1960
70 Salesforce Tower   Indianapolis
39°46′10.59″N 86°9′25.65″W / 39.7696083°N 86.1571250°W / 39.7696083; -86.1571250
811 (247) 49 1990 Tallest building in Indianapolis; tallest building in the Midwest outside of Chicago and Cleveland[133]
71 4 Times Square   New York City
40°45′21.37″N 73°59′8.9″W / 40.7559361°N 73.985806°W / 40.7559361; -73.985806
809 (247) 48 1999 Formerly known as the Condé Nast Building[134][135]
72 MetLife Building   New York City
40°45′12.45″N 73°58′35.49″W / 40.7534583°N 73.9765250°W / 40.7534583; -73.9765250
808 (246) 59 1963 Formerly known as the Pan Am Building[136]
73 Bloomberg Tower   New York City
40°45′42.06″N 73°58′5.1″W / 40.7616833°N 73.968083°W / 40.7616833; -73.968083
806 (246) 54 2005
74 181 Fremont   San Francisco
37°47′22.92″N 122°23′43.26″W / 37.7897000°N 122.3953500°W / 37.7897000; -122.3953500
802 (245) 54 2017 2nd-tallest mixed-use residential building west of the Mississippi River.[137][138]
75= 126 Madison Avenue* New York City
40°44′44″N 73°59′07″W / 40.74566°N 73.98516°W / 40.74566; -73.98516
800 (243) 62 2021 Topped out in June 2019.[139][140][141]
75= 130 William*   New York City
40°42′23″N 74°00′28″W / 40.70645°N 74.00765°W / 40.70645; -74.00765
800 (243) 66 2020 Topped out in May 2019.[142]
75= IDS Center   Minneapolis
44°58′33.6″N 93°16′21.34″W / 44.976000°N 93.2725944°W / 44.976000; -93.2725944
792 (241) 57 1973 Tallest building in Minneapolis[143]
75= BNY Mellon Center   Philadelphia
39°57′13.09″N 75°10′10.23″W / 39.9536361°N 75.1695083°W / 39.9536361; -75.1695083
792 (241) 54 1990
75= Woolworth Building   New York City
40°42′44.29″N 74°0′28.96″W / 40.7123028°N 74.0080444°W / 40.7123028; -74.0080444
792 (241) 57 1913 Tallest building in the world from 1913 until 1930; tallest building built in the U.S. and the world in the 1910s[144][145]
75= 111 Murray Street   New York City 792 (241) 58 2018 [146]
81 John Hancock Tower   Boston
42°20′57.36″N 71°4′30.53″W / 42.3492667°N 71.0751472°W / 42.3492667; -71.0751472
790 (241) 60 1976 Tallest building in Boston and New England[147][148]
82 Four Seasons Hotel & Tower   Miami
25°45′31.03″N 80°11′30.34″W / 25.7586194°N 80.1917611°W / 25.7586194; -80.1917611
789 (240) 64 2003 Second-tallest building in Miami and Florida[149][150]
83 Comerica Bank Tower   Dallas
32°46′53.34″N 96°47′48.16″W / 32.7814833°N 96.7967111°W / 32.7814833; -96.7967111
787 (240) 60 1987 Formerly known as Bank One Center and Chase Center.[151][152]
84 Duke Energy Center   Charlotte
35°13′26.48″N 80°50′53.28″W / 35.2240222°N 80.8481333°W / 35.2240222; -80.8481333
786 (240) 48 (54 in total with mechanical floors) 2010 2nd tallest building in Charlotte and North Carolina[153]
85 300 North LaSalle   Chicago
41°53′17.42″N 87°37′59.12″W / 41.8881722°N 87.6330889°W / 41.8881722; -87.6330889
785 (239) 60 2009 [154][155]
86= Goldman Sachs Tower   Jersey City
40°42′47.2″N 74°2′2.52″W / 40.713111°N 74.0340333°W / 40.713111; -74.0340333
781 (238) 42 2004 Tallest building in Jersey City and New Jersey[156][157]
86= 520 Park Avenue   New York City 781 (238) 54 2018 [158]
88 Bank of America Center   Houston
29°45′39.15″N 95°21′59.51″W / 29.7608750°N 95.3665306°W / 29.7608750; -95.3665306
780 (238) 56 1983 [159][160]
89 555 California Street   San Francisco
37°47′31.5″N 122°24′13.68″W / 37.792083°N 122.4038000°W / 37.792083; -122.4038000
779 (237) 52 1969 Tallest building on the West Coast from 1969 to 1972. Renamed from Bank of America Center in 2005. Tallest building constructed in the city in the 1960s.[161][162]
90= One Worldwide Plaza   New York City
40°45′43.78″N 73°59′12.19″W / 40.7621611°N 73.9867194°W / 40.7621611; -73.9867194
778 (237) 50 1989 [163]
90= 50 West Street   New York City
40°42′28.09″N 74°0′54.44″W / 40.7078028°N 74.0151222°W / 40.7078028; -74.0151222
778 (237) 63 2018 Topped out in October 2015.[164][165][166]
90= 55 Hudson Yards   New York City 778 (237) 51 2019 [167]
93 Madison Square Park Tower   New York City 777 (237) 64 2017 Topped-out in May 2016
94 Capella Tower   Minneapolis
44°58′34.51″N 93°16′6.82″W / 44.9762528°N 93.2685611°W / 44.9762528; -93.2685611
776 (237) 56 1992 Formerly known as First Bank Place and US Bancorp Tower[168][169]
95 Wells Fargo Center   Minneapolis
44°58′36.34″N 93°16′15.09″W / 44.9767611°N 93.2708583°W / 44.9767611; -93.2708583
775 (236) 57 1988
96 1201 Third Avenue   Seattle
47°36′25.55″N 122°20′9.85″W / 47.6070972°N 122.3360694°W / 47.6070972; -122.3360694
772 (235) 55 1988 Formerly known as the Washington Mutual Tower[170][171]
97 Terminal Tower   Cleveland
41°29′53.72″N 81°41′37.6″W / 41.4982556°N 81.693778°W / 41.4982556; -81.693778
771 (235) 52 1930 Tallest building in North America outside of New York City until the completion of the Prudential Tower in Boston in 1964.[172] Fourth-tallest building in the world when it was officially dedicated on June 28, 1930.
98 191 Peachtree Tower   Atlanta
33°45′32.45″N 84°23′12.97″W / 33.7590139°N 84.3869361°W / 33.7590139; -84.3869361
770 (235) 50 1991 [173][174]
99 Three First National Plaza   Chicago
41°52′56.38″N 87°37′49.62″W / 41.8823278°N 87.6304500°W / 41.8823278; -87.6304500
767 (234) 57 1981 [175][176]
100 Southeast Financial Center   Miami
25°46′19.67″N 80°11′16.38″W / 25.7721306°N 80.1878833°W / 25.7721306; -80.1878833
764 (233) 55 1984 [177][178]
101 Heritage Plaza   Houston
29°45′31.38″N 95°22′13.59″W / 29.7587167°N 95.3704417°W / 29.7587167; -95.3704417
762 (232) 53 1987 [179][180]
102 19 Dutch *   New York City 758 (231) 63 2018 [181]
103 Carnegie Hall Tower   New York City
40°45′53.41″N 73°58′46.89″W / 40.7648361°N 73.9796917°W / 40.7648361; -73.9796917
757 (231) 60 1991 [182][183]
104= Grant Thornton Tower   Chicago
41°53′5.49″N 87°37′49.78″W / 41.8848583°N 87.6304944°W / 41.8848583; -87.6304944
756 (230) 50 1992 [184][185]
104= Enterprise Plaza   Houston
29°45′27.78″N 95°22′8.65″W / 29.7577167°N 95.3690694°W / 29.7577167; -95.3690694
756 (230) 55 1980 [186][187]
104= 383 Madison Avenue   New York City
40°45′19.65″N 73°58′35.88″W / 40.7554583°N 73.9766333°W / 40.7554583; -73.9766333
755 (230) 47 2001 Formerly known as the Bear Stearns World Headquarters[188][189]
104= 609 Main at Texas   Houston 755 (230) 50 2017 [190]
104= Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences, One Dalton Street   Boston 755 (230) 61 2019 Construction began in 2015.[191]
109 1717 Broadway   New York City
40°45′51.84″N 73°58′57.36″W / 40.7644000°N 73.9826000°W / 40.7644000; -73.9826000
753 (229) 67 2013 [192][193]
110 AXA Equitable Center   New York City
40°45′19.65″N 73°58′35.88″W / 40.7554583°N 73.9766333°W / 40.7554583; -73.9766333
752 (229) 54 1986 [194][195]
111= One Penn Plaza   New York City
40°45′5.12″N 73°59′33.68″W / 40.7514222°N 73.9926889°W / 40.7514222; -73.9926889
750 (229) 57 1972 [196][197]
111= 1251 Avenue of the Americas   New York City
40°45′36.15″N 73°58′53.38″W / 40.7600417°N 73.9814944°W / 40.7600417; -73.9814944
750 (229) 54 1971 [198][199]
111= Prudential Tower   Boston
42°20′49.83″N 71°4′57.03″W / 42.3471750°N 71.0825083°W / 42.3471750; -71.0825083
750 (229) 52 1964 Stood as the tallest building in North America outside of New York City upon its completion[200]
111= Two California Plaza   Los Angeles
34°3′5.35″N 118°15′5.92″W / 34.0514861°N 118.2516444°W / 34.0514861; -118.2516444
750 (229) 52 1992 [201][202]
115= Time Warner Center Tower North Tower   New York City
40°46′8.05″N 73°58′58.63″W / 40.7689028°N 73.9829528°W / 40.7689028; -73.9829528
749 (228) 55 2004 [203][204]
115= Time Warner Center Tower South Tower   New York City
40°46′5.68″N 73°58′58.57″W / 40.7682444°N 73.9829361°W / 40.7682444; -73.9829361
749 (228) 55 2004 [204][205]
115= Gas Company Tower   Los Angeles
34°3′0.49″N 118°15′11.59″W / 34.0501361°N 118.2532194°W / 34.0501361; -118.2532194
749 (228) 52 1991 [206][207]
115= 200 West Street   New York City
40°42′53.17″N 74°0′51.84″W / 40.7147694°N 74.0144000°W / 40.7147694; -74.0144000
749 (228) 44 2010 [208]
119= 60 Wall Street   New York City
40°42′22.25″N 74°0′29.94″W / 40.7061806°N 74.0083167°W / 40.7061806; -74.0083167
745 (227) 56 1989 [209]
119= One Astor Plaza   New York City
40°45′28.37″N 73°59′11.72″W / 40.7578806°N 73.9865889°W / 40.7578806; -73.9865889
745 (227) 54 1972 [210][211]
119= RSA Battle House Tower   Mobile
30°41′35.22″N 88°2′22.83″W / 30.6931167°N 88.0396750°W / 30.6931167; -88.0396750
745 (227) 35 2007 Tallest building in Mobile and Alabama[212][213]
122= Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower   Chicago
41°53′5.36″N 87°37′11.58″W / 41.8848222°N 87.6198833°W / 41.8848222; -87.6198833
743 (227) 54 2010 [214][215]
122= 7 World Trade Center   New York City
40°42′48.07″N 74°0′43.92″W / 40.7133528°N 74.0122000°W / 40.7133528; -74.0122000
743 (227) 52 2006 [216]
122= One Liberty Plaza   New York City
40°42′34.84″N 74°0′39.25″W / 40.7096778°N 74.0109028°W / 40.7096778; -74.0109028
743 (227) 54 1974 [217][218]
125 One Dalton Street   Boston
42°20′44.7″N 71°05′02.2″W / 42.345750°N 71.083944°W / 42.345750; -71.083944
742 (226) 61 2019
126= 20 Exchange Place   New York City
40°42′19.32″N 74°0′34.57″W / 40.7053667°N 74.0096028°W / 40.7053667; -74.0096028
741 (226) 57 1931 [219][220]
126= CenterPoint Energy Plaza   Houston
29°45′25.69″N 95°22′5.62″W / 29.7571361°N 95.3682278°W / 29.7571361; -95.3682278
741 (226) 53 1974 [221]
128 Two Union Square   Seattle
47°36′36.9″N 122°19′56.33″W / 47.610250°N 122.3323139°W / 47.610250; -122.3323139
740 (226) 56 1989 [222]
129= Three Logan Square   Philadelphia
39°57′19.13″N 75°10′8.61″W / 39.9553139°N 75.1690583°W / 39.9553139; -75.1690583
739 (225) 55 1991 Formerly called the Bell Atlantic Tower; also known as Verizon Tower[223][224]
129= 200 Vesey Street   New York City
40°42′48.89″N 74°0′53.23″W / 40.7135806°N 74.0147861°W / 40.7135806; -74.0147861
739 (225) 51 1986 [225][226]
131= ARO   New York City
40°45′49″N 73°59′03″W / 40.76365°N 73.98409°W / 40.76365; -73.98409
738 (225) 62 2018 Topped out in June 2017.[227] Also known as 242 West 53rd Street and Roseland Tower.[228]
131= JPMorgan Chase Tower   Dallas
32°47′15.91″N 96°47′48.14″W / 32.7877528°N 96.7967056°W / 32.7877528; -96.7967056
738 (225) 55 1987 [229][230]
133= Bank of America Plaza   Los Angeles
34°3′13.03″N 118°15′11.82″W / 34.0536194°N 118.2532833°W / 34.0536194; -118.2532833
735 (224) 55 1975 [231][232]
133= The Drew Las Vegas *   Las Vegas
36°8′15.97″N 115°9′33.92″W / 36.1377694°N 115.1594222°W / 36.1377694; -115.1594222
735 (224) 63 2009 Under construction; the Fontainebleau Resort was topped out in early 2009, becoming the tallest building in Las Vegas and Nevada.[233][234]
135 1540 Broadway   New York City
40°45′29.16″N 73°59′5.04″W / 40.7581000°N 73.9847333°W / 40.7581000; -73.9847333
733 (223) 45 1990 [235]
136= 1600 Smith Street   Houston
29°45′18.5″N 95°22′22.19″W / 29.755139°N 95.3728306°W / 29.755139; -95.3728306
732 (223) 53 1984 [236][237]
136= River Point   Chicago 732 (223) 50 2017 Topped-out[238]
138 Olympia Centre   Chicago
41°53′47.1″N 87°37′23.78″W / 41.896417°N 87.6232722°W / 41.896417; -87.6232722
731 (223) 63 1986 [239][240]
139= 3 Manhattan West   New York City 730 (223) 64 2017 [241]
139= FMC Tower at Cira Centre South   Philadelphia 730 (223) 49 2016 Construction completed in 2016.
141 Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center   Detroit
42°19′43.82″N 83°2′24.12″W / 42.3288389°N 83.0400333°W / 42.3288389; -83.0400333
727 (222) 73 1977 Tallest all-hotel building in the world upon completion; now stands as the tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere. Tallest building in Detroit and the State of Michigan.[242][243]
142 One Museum Park   Chicago
41°52′1.63″N 87°37′17.84″W / 41.8671194°N 87.6216222°W / 41.8671194; -87.6216222
726 (221) 62 2009 Tallest all-residential building in Chicago, third tallest all-residential building in the United States.[244][245]
143 Times Square Tower   New York City
40°45′19.82″N 73°59′12.73″W / 40.7555056°N 73.9868694°W / 40.7555056; -73.9868694
726 (219) 47 2004 On November 5, 2004, a glass pane covering two windows on the 46th and 47th floor collapsed on the street.
144= 150 North Riverside   Chicago 725 (221) 53 2017 [246]
144= BNY Mellon Center   Pittsburgh
40°26′21.98″N 79°59′45.5″W / 40.4394389°N 79.995972°W / 40.4394389; -79.995972
725 (221) 54 1983 [247][248]
144= 777 Tower   Los Angeles
34°2′54.18″N 118°15′40.87″W / 34.0483833°N 118.2613528°W / 34.0483833; -118.2613528
725 (221) 53 1991 [249]
144= Fulbright Tower   Houston
29°45′19.52″N 95°21′41.52″W / 29.7554222°N 95.3615333°W / 29.7554222; -95.3615333
725 (221) 52 1982 [250][251]
148= Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel   Atlanta
33°45′33.97″N 84°23′18.45″W / 33.7594361°N 84.3884583°W / 33.7594361; -84.3884583
723 (220) 73 1976 Tallest hotel in the world when completed. Tallest building in Atlanta from 1976 to 1987.
148= Wells Fargo Tower   Los Angeles
34°3′10.5″N 118°15′6.8″W / 34.052917°N 118.251889°W / 34.052917; -118.251889
723 (220) 54 1983 Each regular floor has an area of 26,080 square feet.
150 Seattle Municipal Tower   Seattle
47°36′18.33″N 122°19′46.17″W / 47.6050917°N 122.3294917°W / 47.6050917; -122.3294917
722 (220) 57 1990 Built and Opened as AT&T Gateway Tower.
151 Fountain Place   Dallas
32°47′4.66″N 96°48′9.35″W / 32.7846278°N 96.8025972°W / 32.7846278; -96.8025972
720 (220) 62 1986 Fountain Place is the world's tallest building to be glazed with four-sided structural silicone.
152 Figueroa at Wilshire   Los Angeles
34°3′2.69″N 118°15′33.38″W / 34.0507472°N 118.2592722°W / 34.0507472; -118.2592722
717 (219) 53 1990 United California Bank's Headquarters.
153 Metropolitan Tower   New York City
40°45′52.82″N 73°58′45.65″W / 40.7646722°N 73.9793472°W / 40.7646722; -73.9793472
716 (218) 68 1987 Part of a dense cluster of tall buildings which also includes Carnegie Hall Tower and Cityspire.
154 252 East 57th Street   New York City 715 (218) 65 2017 [252]
155= Republic Plaza   Denver
39°44′36.31″N 104°59′19.3″W / 39.7434194°N 104.988694°W / 39.7434194; -104.988694
714 (218) 56 1984 Tallest building in Denver and the state of Colorado[253][254]
155= One Shell Plaza   Houston
29°45′32.86″N 95°22′3.3″W / 29.7591278°N 95.367583°W / 29.7591278; -95.367583
714 (218) 50 1971 Tallest building in Texas from 1971 to 1980
157 URBY Harborside 1   Jersey City
40°43′11.76″N 74°2′4.23″W / 40.7199333°N 74.0345083°W / 40.7199333; -74.0345083
713 (217) 69 2016 Topped out in September 2015.[255][256]
158 100 East 53rd Street   New York City
40°45′30″N 73°58′17″W / 40.75833°N 73.97139°W / 40.75833; -73.97139
711 (217) 63 2017 Also known as 610 Lexington Avenue. Topped out in January 2016.[257][258]
159 Ocean Resort Casino   Atlantic City
39°21′45.64″N 74°24′55.33″W / 39.3626778°N 74.4153694°W / 39.3626778; -74.4153694
710 (216) 57 2012 4th tallest building in New Jersey[citation needed]
160= One Thousand Museum   Miami 709 (224.3) 64 2019 [259]
160= 1801 California Street   Denver
39°44′51.46″N 104°59′23.2″W / 39.7476278°N 104.989778°W / 39.7476278; -104.989778
709 (216) 52 1983 Was the tallest building in Denver from 1983 to 1984.
162 JPMorgan Chase Tower   New York City
40°45′20.85″N 73°58′31.55″W / 40.7557917°N 73.9754306°W / 40.7557917; -73.9754306
707 (216) 52 1961 Was originally built for the Union Carbide chemical company. Will be demolished beginning in 2019.[260]
163 General Motors Building   New York City
40°45′48.23″N 73°58′20.39″W / 40.7633972°N 73.9723306°W / 40.7633972; -73.9723306
705 (215) 50 1968 The north end of the lobby was once used for FAO Schwarz, once the world's largest toy store.
164 25 Park Row*   New York City
40°42′41″N 74°00′26″W / 40.711361°N 74.007306°W / 40.711361; -74.007306
702 (214) 54 2019 Also known as 23 Park Row.[261][262][263]
165 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower   New York City
40°44′28.54″N 73°59′15.03″W / 40.7412611°N 73.9875083°W / 40.7412611; -73.9875083
700 (213) 50 1909 Tallest building in the world from 1909 until 1913; Tallest building built in the U.S. and the world in the first decade of the 1900s[264][265]

* Indicates building is still under construction, but has been topped out.

Tallest buildings by pinnacle heightEdit

This lists ranks completed and topped out buildings in the United States that stand at least 800 feet (244 m) tall based on pinnacle height measurement, which includes antenna masts. Standard architectural height measurement, which excludes antennas in building height, is included for comparative purposes.

 
Tallest buildings in the United States by pinnacle height, including all masts, poles, antennae, etc. (2017)
Rank Name City Pinnacle height
ft (m)
Architectural height
ft (m)
Reference
1 One World Trade Center New York City 1,792 (546.2) 1,776 (541.3) [8]
2 Willis Tower (Sears Tower) Chicago 1,729 (527) 1,451 (442) [12]
3 John Hancock Center Chicago 1,500 (457) 1,127 (344) [31]
4 Empire State Building New York City 1,454 (443) 1,250 (381) [25]
5 432 Park Avenue New York City 1,396 (426) 1,396 (426) [19]
6 Trump International Hotel and Tower Chicago 1,389 (423) 1,389 (423) [266]
7 30 Hudson Yards New York City 1,268 ft

(386.6 m)

1,268 ft

(386.6 m)

[citation needed]
8 Bank of America Tower New York City 1,200 (366) 1,200 (366) [26]
9 Aon Center Chicago 1,136 (346) 1,136 (346) [267]
10 Comcast Technology Center Philadelphia 1,121 (342) 1,121 (342) [268]
11 Condé Nast Building New York City 1,118 (341) 809 (247) [135]
12 Wilshire Grand Center Los Angeles 1,100 (335) 928 (283) [269]
13 3 World Trade Center New York City 1,079 (329) 1,079 (329) [36]
14 Salesforce Tower San Francisco 1,070 (326) 1,070 (326) [270]
15= Chrysler Building New York City 1,046 (319) 1,046 (319) [41]
16= The New York Times Building New York City 1,046 (319) 1,046 (319) [44]
17 Bank of America Plaza Atlanta 1,040 (317) 1,023 (312) [46]
18 U.S. Bank Tower Los Angeles 1,018 (310) 1,018 (310) [48]
19 Franklin Center Chicago 1,007 (307) 886 (270) [51]
20 One57 New York City 1,005 (306) 1,005 (306) [53]
21 JPMorgan Chase Tower Houston 1,002 (305) 1,002 (305) [55]
22 One Shell Plaza Houston 1,000 (305) 714 (218) [271]
23 Two Prudential Plaza Chicago 995 (303) 995 (303) [57]
24 Wells Fargo Bank Plaza Houston 992 (302) 992 (302) [60]
25 Four World Trade Center New York City 977 (297) 977 (297) [61]
26 Comcast Center Philadelphia 975 (297) 975 (297) [63]
27 Columbia Center Seattle 967 (295) 967 (295) [74]
28 311 South Wacker Drive Chicago 961 (293) 961 (293) [65]
29 70 Pine Street New York City 952 (290) 952 (290) [68]
30 Key Tower Cleveland 947 (289) 947 (289) [71]
31 One Liberty Place Philadelphia 945 (288) 945 (288) [73]
32 Bloomberg Tower New York City 941 (287) 806 (246) [272]
33 The Trump Building New York City 927 (283) 927 (283) [77]
34 Bank of America Plaza Dallas 921 (281) 921 (281) [81]
35 Citigroup Center New York City 915 (279) 915 (279) [83]
36 One Prudential Plaza Chicago 912 (278) 601 (183) [273]
37 IDS Center Minneapolis 910 (277) 792 (241) [83]
38 Prudential Tower Boston 907 (276) 749 (228) [200]
39 SunTrust Plaza Atlanta 902 (275) 871 (265) [104]
40 Williams Tower Houston 901 (275) 901 (275) [87]
41 Renaissance Tower Dallas 886 (270) 886 (270) [91]
42 Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel Atlanta 883 (269) 723 (220) [274]
43= 900 North Michigan Chicago 871 (265) 871 (265) [275]
44= Bank of America Corporate Center Charlotte 871 (265) 871 (265) [95]
45 8 Spruce Street New York City 870 (265) 870 (265) [97]
46 Trump World Tower New York City 860 (262) 860 (262) [106]
47= Water Tower Place Chicago 859 (262) 859 (262) [108]
48= Aqua Chicago 859 (262) 859 (262) [109] World's tallest building designed by a woman.[110]
49 Aon Center Los Angeles 858 (262) 858 (262) [112]
50 Transamerica Pyramid San Francisco 853 (260) 853 (260) [115]
51= Chase Tower Chicago 850 (259) 850 (259) [102]
52= Comcast Building New York City 850 (259) 850 (259) [117]
53 Two Liberty Place Philadelphia 848 (258) 848 (258) [119]
54 Park Tower Chicago 844 (257) 844 (257) [124]
55 U.S. Steel Tower Pittsburgh 841 (256) 841 (256) [127]
56 Salesforce Tower Indianapolis 830 (253) 830 (253) [133]
57 One Atlantic Center Atlanta 820 (250) 820 (250) [132]
58 The Legacy at Millennium Park Chicago 819 (250) 819 (250) [276]
59 CitySpire Center New York City 814 (248) 814 (248) [277]
60 One Chase Manhattan Plaza New York City 813 (248) 813 (248) [278]
61 MetLife Building New York City 808 (246) 808 (246) [136]

* Indicates building is still under construction, but has been topped out.

Cities with the most skyscrapersEdit

American cities with at least 15 completed skyscrapers over 400 feet (122 meters) high (as of May 2019).

Rank City ≥1,000 ft
(305 m)
≥900 ft
(274 m)
≥800 ft
(244 m)
≥700 ft
(213 m)
≥600 ft
(183 m)
≥500 ft
(152 m)
≥400 ft
(122 m)
Total
1 New York City 12 9 14 35 69 150 255 544
2 Chicago 6 2 6 8 27 68 101 218
3 Miami 0 0 1 9 9 32 36 87
4 San Francisco 1 0 3 2 4 13 32 55
5 Houston 1 2 0 7 8 18 22 53
6 Los Angeles 2 0 1 6 9 10 17 45
7 Seattle 0 1 0 3 3 12 23 42
8 Las Vegas 0 0 0 1 8 7 25 41
9 Atlanta 1 0 2 2 6 5 24 40
10 Philadelphia 1 2 1 3 1 6 18 32
11 Boston 0 0 0 3 4 11 14 32
12 Dallas 0 1 1 3 6 9 9 29
13 Jersey City 0 1 0 2 0 8 13 24
14 Minneapolis 0 0 0 3 1 4 11 19
15 Sunny Isles Beach 0 0 0 0 2 7 9 18
16= Denver 0 0 0 2 3 3 9 17
16= Austin 0 0 0 0 2 3 12 17
18= Pittsburgh 0 0 1 1 3 5 6 16
18= Charlotte 0 0 1 1 2 3 9 16
18= San Diego 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 16

Tallest under construction, approved and proposedEdit

Under constructionEdit

This lists buildings that are under construction in the United States and are planned to rise at least 700 feet (213 m). Buildings that have already been topped out are excluded.

Name Image Location Height
ft (m)
Floors Year*
(est.)
Notes
2 World Trade Center   New York City 1,340 (410) 82 2022 Would become the second-tallest building in the new World Trade Center complex upon completion; construction on hold as of January 2012 due to a lack of tenants. As of April 2015, Larry Silverstein was in talks with 21st Century Fox and News Corp to anchor the building. Bjarke Ingels had replaced Norman Foster as architect for the building.[279][280][281][282]
Vista Tower   Chicago 1,198 (365) 101 2020 Announced in July 2014[283] Would become third tallest building in Chicago.
45 Broad Street New York City 1,127 (365) 68 2021 Set to become the tallest residential building in Downtown Manhattan.[284][285]
9 DeKalb Avenue   New York City 1,066 (325) 73 2022 Upon completion, 9 DeKalb Avenue will become New York City's tallest building outside of Manhattan, and give Brooklyn its first supertall skyscraper.[286][287]
The Spiral New York City 1,031 (314) 65 2021 34th Street and 10th Avenue, at the north end of the High Line. Almost every floor will have an its own outdoor terrace.[288]
50 Hudson Yards New York City 1,011 (308) 58 2022 [289]
3 Hudson Boulevard New York City 940 (286.5) 53 2021 Formerly known as GiraSole [290][291]
One River Point Towers 1&2 Miami 928 (282.9) 60 2021 Hotel/Residential complex consisting of twin condo towers. Construction began as of February 2018.[292]
Hudson's Site Development Detroit 912 (278) 62 2022 Broke ground in December 2017[293]

Estimated height increased October 2018[294]

Oceanwide Center, Tower 1 San Francisco 905 (276) 75 2020 [295]
NEMA   Chicago 892 (272) 76 2019 [296]
Rainier Square Tower   Seattle 849 (259) 59 2019 Proposed by Urban Visions and designed by NBBJ.[297] Approved in 2015.[298]
2 Manhattan West New York City 849 (259) 59 2022 [299]
Sutton 58 New York City 847 (258) 65 2021 [300][301]
Aston Martin Residences Miami 817 (249) 66 2021 Residential building in Miami under the Aston Martin brand name.[302]
Skyline Tower New York City 778 (237) 68 2021 Also known as Court Square City View Tower. It will become the tallest building in Queens upon completion.[303][304]
50 West 66th Street New York City 775 (236) 52 2021 Would become the tallest building in the Upper West Side upon completion.[305][306]
Queens Plaza Park New York City 755 (230) 67 2021 Will become the second tallest building in Queens upon completion. Foundations completed in December 2018.[307][308]
Brickell Flatiron   Miami 736 (224.3) 64 2019 Construction began in 2016 and its completion date is slated for summer of 2019.[309]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building dates of completion has not yet been released.

Approved and proposedEdit

This lists buildings that are proposed for construction in the United States and are planned to rise at least 700 feet (213 m). A floor count of 50 stories is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name City Height
ft (m)
Floors Year
(est.)
Notes
Tower Fifth New York 1,556 (474) 96 2022 Tower Fifth is a slender office tower proposed by 432 Park Avenue developer Harry B. Macklowe of Macklowe Properties, would become the second tallest tower in the Western Hemisphere after One World Trade Center if completed as planned.[310]
350 Park Avenue New York Approximately 1,450 (442) 72 2024+ 350 Park Avenue has been quietly proposed by Vornado Realty Trust after a marketing brochure leaked renderings; the Foster and Partners-designed building would replace BlackRock's current headquarters after the company moves to 50 Hudson Yards in 2022.[311]
80 South Street New York 1,438 (438) 113 As of June 2019, the site is for sale after Chinese developer Oceanwide Holdings ran into financial difficulties[312]
Tribune East Tower Chicago 1,422 (433) 116 [313]
270 Park Avenue (reconstruction) New York 1,341 (408.8) 57 2024 JPMorgan Chase plans to demolish & replace its headquarters;[314][315] the new tower was approved by the New York City Council in May 2019.[316]
15 Penn Plaza New York 1,216 (371) 68 Proposed by Vornado prior to the financial crisis of 2007–2008; as of 2019 the developer is still seeking an anchor tenant to justify construction.[317] New renderings leaked from a marketing brochure in June 2019 depict a tower around 1,400 feet (430 m) with a new design.[318]
2901 Arch Street - Transit Terminal Tower Philadelphia 1,200 (366) 85 2025–28 Proposed office and retail[319]
Dallas Smart District Tower Dallas 1,121 (342) 78 2020s Proposed office tower would be the tallest in Texas and tallest west of the Mississippi River[citation needed]
400 Lake Shore Drive South Tower Chicago 1,100 (335) 76 [320][321]
520 West 41st Street New York 1,100 (335) 106 Proposed in 2014 by World Trade Center developers Silverstein Properties but put on hold; new plans as of June 2019 depict a shorter two-towered development.[322]
3101 Market Street (Part of Schuylkill Yards) Philadelphia 1,095 (333) 70 2021–25 Proposed residential, office, education, and retail[323]
300 Biscayne Miami 1,049 (320) 94 2020 [324]
One Bayfront Plaza Miami 1,049 (319.8) 92 2020 [324]
SkyRise Miami Miami 1,045 (318.5) 2020 A vertical entertainment center in Miami. Site work has begun as of October 2018.[325]
One Brickell City Centre Miami 1,040 (317) 80 2020 Proposed in November 2013 and approved in 2014 with estimated completion in 2018[citation needed][needs update?]
4/C Seattle 1,029 (313) 95 Proposed in September 2015 by Crescent Heights, designed by LMN Architects[326][327]
247 Cherry New York 1,013 (308.8) 78 2021 SHoP Architects building being developed by JDS Development Group. Initial plans revealed in April 2016 and approved by the City Planning Commission in December 2018.[328][329]
One Chicago Square East Tower Chicago 1,011 (308) 76 [330]
262 Fifth Avenue New York 1,001 (304) 54 First proposed in June 2016; as of June 2019 no site work has been completed and the developer has not released any updates.[331]
SixFifty17 Denver 1,000 (304.8) 81 2020 Proposed residential building.[citation needed]
Figueroa Centre Los Angeles 975 (297) 66 2020s Proposed residential, hotel, and retail - would become the third tallest building in Los Angeles[citation needed]
Lakeshore East Building I Chicago 950 (289) 80 [332][333]
625 Fulton Street New York 941 (287) 79 2023 Would be the second-tallest building in Brooklyn after 9 Dekalb.[334][335]
520 Fifth Avenue New York 920 (280) 71 There is a possibility that a crown element could bump the project above the 1000 ft. mark.[336]
Olympia Tower 1 Los Angeles 853 (260) 65 2023 Proposed hotel and residential[citation needed]
80 Flatbush New York 840 (257) 74 Approved by the New York City Council in September 2018[337][338]
1000M Chicago 832 (254) 74 [citation needed]
113 East Roosevelt (Phase II) Chicago >829 (>253) >76 Approved November 19, 2015[339]
Wolf Point South Tower Chicago 813 (248) 60 [340][341]
30 Journal Square Jersey City 800 (243) 72 Approved in August 2016[citation needed]
260 South Street Tower I New York 798 (243) 69 2021 Approved by the City Planning Commission in December 2018.[328][342]
321 East 96th Street New York 760 (232) 68 2023 Proposed by AvalonBay Communities, would become the tallest building in East Harlem.[343][344]
Ross Perot Tower Dallas 70 [citation needed]
5 World Trade Center New York 743 (226) 42 Considered to be a stale proposal; also known as 130 Liberty Street.[345][346]
Figat7th Tower Los Angeles 64 2020s Proposed office space[347]
Olympia Tower II Los Angeles 740 (225) 53 2020s Proposed hotel and residential - 1015 W. Olympic Blvd[348]
6AM North Tower Los Angeles 732 (223) 58 2020s Proposed hotel and residential[citation needed]
259 Clinton Street New York 730 (223) 2021 Approved by the City Planning Commission in December 2018.[328][349]
260 South Street Tower II New York 728 (222) 62 2021 Approved by the City Planning Commission in December 2018.[328][342]
3125 JFK Boulevard - Schuylkill Yards Philadelphia 725 (221) 48 [citation needed]
1300 S. Figueroa Towers Los Angeles 53 2020 LA Convention Center Hotel - Two Towers[350]
1045 S. Olive Street Los Angeles 714 (217) 50 2020s Proposed hotel and residential[citation needed]
6AM South Tower Los Angeles 710 (216) 50 2020s Proposed hotel and residential[citation needed]
3001 JFK Boulevard - Cira II Philadelphia 705 (215) 45 [citation needed]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building heights, floor counts or dates of completion has not yet been released.

Tallest destroyedEdit

This table lists the 10 tallest buildings in the United States that have been demolished, destroyed, or are undergoing demolition.

  † Was the world's tallest building upon completion
Name Image City Height
ft (m)
Floors Year
completed
Year
demolished
Notes
1 World Trade Center   New York City 1,368 (417) 110 1973 2001 Destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks; tallest building in the world from 1973 until 1974.[351][352]
2 World Trade Center   New York City 1,362 (415) 110 1973 2001 Destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks.[353][354]
Singer Building   New York City 612 (187) 47 1908 1968 Demolished to make room for One Liberty Plaza; tallest building ever to be peacefully demolished; tallest building in the world from 1908 until 1909[355][356]
7 World Trade Center   New York City 570 (174) 47 1987 2001 Destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks[357][358]
Morrison Hotel   Chicago 526 (160) 45 1926 1965 Demolished to make room for the Chase Tower[359][360]
Deutsche Bank Building   New York City 517 (158) 39 1974 2011 Dismantled because of damage from the September 11, 2001 attacks[361]
One Meridian Plaza Philadelphia 492 (150) 38 1972 1999 Dismantled because of damage from a 1991 fire[362][363]
City Investing Building   New York City 487 (148) 33 1908 1968 Demolished with the Singer Building to make room for One Liberty Plaza[364][365]
J.L. Hudson Company Department Store   Detroit 410 (125) 29 1911 1998 Tallest building ever imploded; tallest department store in the world at the time of its completion[366][367]
First National Bank Building   Pittsburgh 387 (118) 26 1912 1970 Demolished to make room for One PNC Plaza.[368]

Timeline of tallest buildingsEdit

This is a list of the history of the tallest buildings in the United States.

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in the United States.

  † Was the world's tallest building upon completion
Name Image Location Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
Pueblo Bonito   Northern New Mexico
36°3′38″N 107°57′42″W / 36.06056°N 107.96167°W / 36.06056; -107.96167
(Abandoned 1126)
10th century AD – 1754 97 (32) 6 [369]
Christ Church, Philadelphia   Philadelphia
39°57′2.60″N 75°8′37.90″W / 39.9507222°N 75.1438611°W / 39.9507222; -75.1438611
1754–1810 196.75 (60.0) 1 [370][371]
Park Street Church   Boston
42°21′24.42″N 71°3′43.18″W / 42.3567833°N 71.0619944°W / 42.3567833; -71.0619944
1810–1828 217 (66) 1 [372]
Phoenix Shot Tower   Baltimore
39°17′26.42″N 76°36′20.18″W / 39.2906722°N 76.6056056°W / 39.2906722; -76.6056056
1828–1846 234.25 (71.4) 1 [373]
Trinity Church   New York City
40°42′28.58″N 74°0′43.88″W / 40.7079389°N 74.0121889°W / 40.7079389; -74.0121889
1846–1869 279 (85) 1 [374]
Saint Michael's Church   Chicago
41°54′44.79″N 87°38′26.7″W / 41.9124417°N 87.640750°W / 41.9124417; -87.640750
1869–1885 290 (88) 1 [375]
Chicago Board of Trade Building   Chicago
(demolished 1929)
1885–1890 322 (98) 10 [376]
New York World Building   New York City
(demolished 1955)
1890–1894 348 (106) 20 [377]
Philadelphia City Hall   Philadelphia
39°57′8.85″N 75°9′48.83″W / 39.9524583°N 75.1635639°W / 39.9524583; -75.1635639
1894–1908 548 (167) 7 [378][379][380]
Singer Building   New York City
(demolished 1968)
1908–1909 612 (187) 47 [356]
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower   New York City
40°44′28.54″N 73°59′15.03″W / 40.7412611°N 73.9875083°W / 40.7412611; -73.9875083
1909–1913 700 (213) 50 [381]
Woolworth Building   New York City
40°42′44.29″N 74°0′28.96″W / 40.7123028°N 74.0080444°W / 40.7123028; -74.0080444
1913–1930 792 (241) 57 [382]
Bank of Manhattan Trust Building   New York City
40°42′25.05″N 74°0′34.73″W / 40.7069583°N 74.0096472°W / 40.7069583; -74.0096472
1930 927 (283) 70 [77]
Chrysler Building   New York City
40°45′5.44″N 73°58′31.84″W / 40.7515111°N 73.9755111°W / 40.7515111; -73.9755111
1930–1931 1,046 (319) 77 [41]
Empire State Building   New York City
40°44′54.36″N 73°59′8.36″W / 40.7484333°N 73.9856556°W / 40.7484333; -73.9856556
1931–1970 1,250 (381) 102 [25]
One World Trade Center   New York City
(destroyed 2001)
1970–1974 1,368 (417) 110 [352]
Willis Tower
(formerly Sears Tower)
  Chicago
41°52′43.82″N 87°38′9.73″W / 41.8788389°N 87.6360361°W / 41.8788389; -87.6360361
1974–2013 1,451 (442) 108 [12]
One World Trade Center   New York City
2013–present 1,776 (541) 104 [383]

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