This is a list of buildings with 100 floors or more above ground. Among the cities Dubai and Chicago tops the list with 3 buildings above 100 floors. New York, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou have 2 each.
A storey or story is any level part of a building with a floor that could be used by people. The plurals are "storeys" and "stories", respectively.
Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the capital of the Emirate of Dubai.
Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the most-populous city in the U.S. state of Illinois and the third-most-populous city in the United States. With an estimated population of 2,705,994 (2018), it is also the most-populous city in the Midwest. Chicago is the county seat of Cook County, the second-most-populous county in the US, and portions of the city extend westward into neighboring DuPage County. It is the principal city of the Chicago metropolitan area, often referred to as Chicagoland. At nearly 10 million people, the metropolitan area is the third-most-populous in the nation.
This list includes buildings whose construction is complete, or are topped-out.
|Rank||Structure||City||Country||Floors||Status||Year||Height to architectural top||Height to roof||Height to pinnacle|
|1||Burj Khalifa||Dubai||163||Complete||2010||828 m (2,717 ft)||828 m (2,717 ft)||829.8 m (2,722 ft)|
|2||Shanghai Tower||Shanghai||128||Complete||2015||632 m (2,073 ft)||556.7 m (1,826 ft)||632 m (2,073 ft)|
|3||Lotte World Tower||Seoul||123||Complete||2016||555.65 m (1,823.0 ft)||554.57 m (1,819.5 ft)||555.7 m / 1,823 ft|
|4||Abraj Al Bait||Mecca||120||Complete||2011||601 m (1,972 ft)||530 m (1,740 ft)||601 m (1,972 ft)|
|5||International Commerce Centre||Hong Kong||118||Complete||2010||484 m (1,588 ft)||484 m (1,588 ft)||484 m (1,588 ft)|
|6||Goldin Finance 117||Tianjin||117||Topped-out||2018||597 m (1,959 ft)|
|7||Ping An Finance Center||Shenzhen||115||Complete||2017||599 m (1,965 ft)||555 m (1,821 ft)||599 m (1,965 ft)|
|8||Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre||Guangzhou||111||Complete||2015||530 m (1,740 ft)||495 m (1,624 ft)||530 m (1,740 ft)|
|9||Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower)||Chicago||108||Complete||1974||442 m (1,450 ft)||442 m (1,450 ft)||527 m (1,729 ft)|
|10||China Zun||Beijing||109||Complete||2018||528 m (1,732 ft)||528 m (1,732 ft)||528 m (1,732 ft)|
|11||The Exchange 106||Kuala Lumpur||106||Topped-out||2018||452 m (1,483 ft)||452 m (1,483 ft)||452 m (1,483 ft)|
|12||Ryugyong Hotel||Pyongyang||105||Topped-out||1992||330 m (1,080 ft)||330 m (1,080 ft)||330 m (1,080 ft)|
|13||One World Trade Center||New York City||104||Complete||2013||541.3 m (1,776 ft)||417 m (1,368 ft)||546.2 m (1,792 ft)|
|14||Guangzhou International Finance Center||Guangzhou||103||Complete||2010||440 m (1,440 ft)||438 m (1,437 ft)||440 m (1,440 ft)|
|15||Empire State Building||New York City||102||Complete||1931||381 m (1,250 ft)||381 m (1,250 ft)||449 m (1,473 ft)|
|16||Marina 101||Dubai||101||Complete||2017||426.5 m (1,399 ft)||375.4 m (1,232 ft)||426.5 m (1,399 ft)|
|17||Shanghai World Financial Center||Shanghai||101||Complete||2008||492 m (1,614 ft)||492 m (1,614 ft)||492 m (1,614 ft)|
|18||Taipei 101||Taipei||101||Complete||2004||509 m (1,670 ft)||449 m (1,473 ft)||509 m (1,670 ft)|
|19||Princess Tower||Dubai||101||Complete||2012||414 m (1,358 ft)||392 m (1,286 ft)||414 m (1,358 ft)|
|20||LCT Landmark Tower||Busan||101||Topped-out||2019||411 m (1,348 ft)|
|21||Vista Tower||Chicago||101||Topped-out||2019||365 m (1,198 ft)|
|22||30 Hudson Yards||New York||101||Complete||2019||387 m (1,270 ft)||387 m (1,270 ft)||387 m (1,270 ft)|
|23||875 North Michigan Avenue||Chicago||100||Complete||1969||344 m (1,129 ft)||344 m (1,129 ft)||457 m (1,499 ft)|
|24||Kingkey 100||Shenzhen||100||Complete||2011||442 m (1,450 ft)||442 m (1,450 ft)||442 m (1,450 ft)|
This is a list of buildings under construction that are planned to have 100 floors or more. It does not include proposed, approved and topped-out buildings.
|Structure||City||Country||Floors completed||Floors||Year||Height to architectural top||Remarks|
|Jeddah Tower||Jeddah||66||168||2021||1,008 m (3,307 ft)|
|Dubai One||Dubai||0||161||2023||711 m (2,333 ft)|
|Tower M||Kuala Lumpur||0||145||2035||700 m (2,300 ft)|
|Shimao Shenzhen–Hong Kong International Centre||Shenzhen||0||140||2024||700 m (2,300 ft)|
|Suzhou Zhongnan Center||Suzhou||0||138||2022||729 m (2,392 ft)|
|Central Park Tower||New York City||118||131||2020||472 m (1,549 ft)|
|Rama IX Super Tower||Bangkok||0||125||2022||615 m (2,018 ft)|
|Burj Jumeirah||Dubai||0||124||2023||550 m (1,800 ft)|
|Pentominium||Dubai||28||122||2024||516 m (1,693 ft)|
|Entisar Tower||Dubai||0||121||2022||570 m (1,870 ft)|
|PNB 118||Kuala Lumpur||78||118||2021||666 m (2,185 ft)|
|World One||Mumbai||83||117||2024||442 m (1,450 ft)|
|Doha Tower and Convention Center||Doha||0||115||2021||570 m (1,870 ft)|
|Baoneng Shenyang Global Financial Center||Shenyang||14||114||2020||568 m (1,864 ft)|
|Evergrande International Financial Center T1||Hefei||7||112||2021||518 m (1,699 ft)|
|One Tower||Moscow||0||108||2024||405 m (1,329 ft)|
|Marina 106||Dubai||46||106||2024||445 m (1,460 ft)|
|Akhmat Tower||Grozny||0||102||2020||435 m (1,427 ft)|
|Chengdu Greenland Tower||Chengdu||65||101||2021||468 m (1,535 ft)|
|Qatar National Bank Tower||Doha||0||101||2026||510 m (1,670 ft)|
|Eye of Spring Trade Center||Kunming||6||100||2021||407 m (1,335 ft)|
|Australia 108||Melbourne||94||100||2020||317 m (1,040 ft)|
The following list is of those buildings that were planned to have 100 floors or more, for which the project did start but is now officially cancelled.
|Structure||City||Country||Floors||Height to architectural top||Remarks|
|Nakheel Tower||Dubai||230||1,000 m (3,300 ft)||The Tower was announced in 2008. The project was halted in 2009 due to financial problems, and it was cancelled in December 2009.|
|Chicago World Trade Center||Chicago||210||762 m (2,500 ft)|
Proposed in 1982 and cancelled in the 1990s.
|Sky City||Changsha||202||838 m (2,749 ft)||The building was set to break ground in June 2013, aiming to be the world's tallest building. However, on July 25, 2013 the project was halted due to insufficient permission. In February 2015 it was reported that the construction would continue in 2016, but needed to be approved by the national level (for buildings over 350 meters only). Later, in July 2015, no work had been done there for two years. Some of the material they planned to use to build were now used by local villagers, probably removing them to make a fishing pond.[ citation needed ]|
|Incheon Tower||Incheon||151||613 m (2,011 ft)||Foundation work started at 2008. Construction halted 2009.|
|Chicago Spire||Chicago||150||610 m (2,000 ft)||Foundation work started on what would have been the world's tallest residential building. The project was cancelled in 2008 after a troubled financial history. In March 2014, new funding required to restart the project was announced. However, on October 31, 2014, the developer failed to make a required payment to Related Midwest and Related filed suit to compel Shelbourne to turn over the deed to the property.|
|Wuhan Greenland Center||Wuhan||126||636 m (2,087 ft)||Had to be redesigned as a 97-story building to maintain safe approaches to the local airport.|
|Wuhan Chow Tai Fook Finance Centre||Wuhan||121||648 m (2,126 ft)|
Originally it was going to have 648 meters and 121 floors, but it was reduced to a building of 475 meters and 85 floors.
|Miglin-Beitler Skyneedle||Chicago||125||610 m (2,000 ft)||The project was cancelled in 1993 because of the Persian Gulf War.|
|Crown Las Vegas||Las Vegas||142||575 m (1,886 ft)||The tower was announced in 2006. After two major redesigns, the project was officially cancelled in March 2008.|
|Kowloon MTR Tower||Hong Kong||102||574 m (1,883 ft)||Now built as the International Commerce Center.|
|Seoul Light Tower||Seoul||133||643 m (2,110 ft)||This building was the proposed landmark building of Digital Media City. Its construction started in 2008, but it was cancelled at 2011 because of conflict between the City of Seoul and the developer company.|
|India Tower||Mumbai||126||718 m (2,356 ft)||Foundation work began in 2010, but construction halted in 2011, and was cancelled as of 2015.|
|Old Chicago Main Post Office Twin Towers||Chicago||120||610 m (2,000 ft)||The project was approved on July 18, 2013 and it was cancelled in December 2014.|
|New York Stock Exchange Tower||New York City||140||546 m (1,791 ft)||The tower was cancelled in 2001 because of 9/11.|
|Busan Lotte Town Tower||Busan||107||510 m (1,670 ft)||On Hold since 2013, to resume in 2018, was cancelled in 2019.|
|Peachtree Financial Tower||Atlanta||119||448 m (1,470 ft)||This building was announced in 2008 but the project was cancelled in 2012.|
|Russia Tower||Moscow||118||612 m (2,008 ft)||Construction started and a cornerstone was laid. The project was cancelled in 2009.|
|Grollo Tower||Melbourne||113||560 m (1,840 ft)||The tower was proposed in 1997. After a major redesign, the project was officially cancelled in 2004.|
|Meraas Tower||Dubai||112||550 m (1,800 ft)||The tower was proposed in 2008, the project was cancelled in 2009 due to financial crisis.|
|Nina Tower||Hong Kong||110||520 m (1,710 ft)||Redesigned and built as 2 buildings.|
|Television City Tower||New York City||150||510 m (1,670 ft)||Proposed by Donald Trump as the tallest building in the world at the time, the project was cancelled in 1988 due to fierce local opposition.|
|10 Columbus Circle||New York City||137||500 m (1,600 ft)||Now built as the Time Warner Center.|
|7 South Dearborn||Chicago||112||478 m (1,568 ft)||Intended to be the tallest building in the world at the time, 7 South Dearborn was approved in 1999 but it was cancelled in 2001 because of a lack of funding.|
|Transbay Terminal and Tower||San Francisco||112||419 m (1,375 ft)||It was approved in 2010 but it was cancelled in 2013 because of development on the project called the Salesforce Tower.|
|Tower Triple One||Seoul||111||621 m (2,037 ft)||This building was the proposed landmark building of the Yongsan International Business District. Its construction started in 2011, but it was cancelled in 2013 because of conflict between Korail and Dream Hub, the developer. It will be replaced by the 665 meter Dream Tower.|
|Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and Residence Tower||Chicago||111||414 m (1,358 ft)||The project was proposed in 2009. The project was cancelled in 2012.|
|Burj Al Alam||Dubai||108||510 m (1,670 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted in 2009 and finally cancelled in 2013.|
|Millennium Tower||Frankfurt||104||369 m (1,211 ft)||This building was proposed in 2000 by Donald Trump. But it was cancelled in 2008 due to financial crisis.|
|Al Quds Endowment Tower||Doha||100||495 m (1,624 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted in 2010.|
|London Millennium Tower||London||108||366 m (1,201 ft)||Now built as the Gherkin.|
|Palace of the Soviets||Moscow||100||495 m (1,624 ft)||Construction started in 1937 on the site of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, which had been demolished in 1931. Construction was halted by the German invasion of 1941 but the project never resumed after the war. The cathedral was finally rebuilt on the same site in the 1990s.|
|Metropolitan Life North Building||New York City||100||375 m (1,230 ft)||Designed in the 1920s as a 100-story skyscraper that would have been the tallest building in the world. Due to the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and onset of the Great Depression, construction was halted at floor 29 in 1933. There is some speculation as to whether Metropolitan Life really intended to finish the 100-story building.|
The list includes buildings that were proposed or envisioned to have 100 floors or more, yet have advanced to the construction stage. It does not include never built, under construction buildings.
|X-Seed 4000||Tokyo||800||Vision||1995||4,000 m (13,000 ft)||X-Seed 4000 is the tallest building ever proposed.|
|Shimizu TRY-2004 Mega-City Pyramid||Tokyo||600||Vision||1996||2,004 m (6,575 ft)||A proposed arcology project for the construction of a massive pyramid over Tokyo Bay in Japan.|
|The Illinois||Chicago||528||Vision||1956||1,609.3 m (5,280 ft)|
|Ultima Tower||San Francisco||500||Vision||1991||3,218.7 m (10,560 ft)|
|Aeropolis 2001||Tokyo||500||Vision||1989||2,001 m (6,565 ft)|
|Dubai City Tower||Dubai||400||Vision||2008||2,400 m (7,900 ft)||A proposed megatall skyscraper announced in 2008.|
|Sky Mile Tower||Tokyo||400||Proposed||2015||1,700 m (5,600 ft)|
|Times Squared 3015||New York City||321||Proposed||2015||1,733 m (5,686 ft)|
|Millennium Challenge Tower||Kuwait City||300||Proposed||2005||1,852 m (6,076 ft)|
|Bionic Tower|| Shanghai or Hong Kong, |
as both locations have the interest.
|300||Vision||1997||1,228.2 m (4,030 ft)||A visionary proposal for a vertical city housing at least 100,000 people.|
|Mubarak al-Kabir Tower||Madinat al-Hareer||234||Proposed||2006||1,001 m (3,284 ft)||A Megatall proposal will be taller than Al Hamra Tower, it will be part of the future city called Madinat al-Hareer.|
|Tour Financial Hub Center||Seoul||220||Visionary||2006||960 m (3,150 ft)||A Proposed Megatall will be taller than the Lotte World Tower in Seoul, South Korea. However, due to the height restrictions, construction wasn't allowed and it seems unsure in 2016.|
|One Dubai||Dubai||201||Vision||2008||1,008 m (3,307 ft)|
|Murjan Tower||Manama||200||Proposed||2006||1,022 m (3,353 ft)|
|Buenos Aires Forum||Buenos Aires||200||Proposed||2009||999 m (3,278 ft)|
|DIB-200||Tokyo||200||Visionary||1993||800 m (2,600 ft)|
|Sky City 1000||Tokyo||196||Vision||1989||1,000 m (3,300 ft)|
|Azerbaijan Tower||Baku||189||Proposed||2012||1,050 m (3,440 ft)|
|Millennium Tower||Tokyo||170||Proposed||1989||840 m (2,760 ft)|
|Qianhai Tower||Shenzhen||162||Visionary||2011||800 m (2,600 ft)|
|Kostabi World Trade Center||New York City||160||Vision||late 1990s||610 m (2,000 ft)|
Port Tower Complex
|Bengaluru Turf Tower||Bangalore||156||Approved||2014||660 m (2,170 ft)||Cancelled|
|Iconic Tower Grand||Dhaka||142||Approved||2016||734 m (2,408 ft)|
|KLCC East Gate Tower||Kuala Lumpur||142||Proposed||2014||700 m (2,300 ft)|
|Eaton's / John Maryon Tower||Toronto||140||Vision||1971||686 m (2,251 ft)|
|Grollo Tower||Melbourne||137||Vision||1995||680 m (2,230 ft)|
|Dream Tower||Seoul||136||Proposed||2009||665 m (2,182 ft)|
|The Big Bend||New York City||130||Proposed||2015||610 m (2,000 ft)|
|Port Tower Complex||Karachi||130||Visionary||2009||593 m (1,946 ft)|
|Shenzhen Tower||Shenzhen||128||Proposed||2016||642 m (2,106 ft)|
|Gateway Tower||Chicago||127||Approved||2016||610 m (2,000 ft)|
|Nexus Tower||Shenzhen||124||Proposed||2016||595 m (1,952 ft)|
|Al-Aman World Capital Center||Colombo||117||Proposed||2015||625 m (2,051 ft)|
|One Galleon Place||Pasig||117||Vision||2007||470 m (1,540 ft)|
|Burj 2020||Dubai||115||Approved||2013||660 m (2,170 ft)||Uptown Dubai|
|One World Trade Center||New York City||115||Visionary||2004||566 m (1,857 ft)|
|Two World Trade Center||New York City||115||Visionary||2004||450 m (1,480 ft)|
|Al Noor Tower||Casablanca||114||Proposed||2014||540 m (1,770 ft)|
|Signature Tower Jakarta||Jakarta||113||Approved||2013||638 m (2,093 ft)|
|80 South Street||New York City||113||Proposed||2003||438 m (1,437 ft)|
|Tribune East Tower||Chicago||113||Approved||2018||433 m (1,421 ft)|
|Hudson Spire||New York City||110||Proposed||2014||550 m (1,800 ft)|
|520 West 41st Street||New York City||106||Proposed||2014||335 m (1,099 ft)|
|Hyundai Global Business Center||Seoul||105||Approved||2014||569 m (1,867 ft)|
|Tour Sans Fins||Paris||103||Vision||1990||426 m (1,398 ft)|
|Green Spine||Melbourne||101||Proposed||2018||356 m (1,168 ft)|
|Pollux Habibie Financial Center & International Hotel||Batam||100||Proposed||2015||400 m (1,300 ft)|
|Bein Arim Tower||Tel Aviv||100||Approved||2013||400 m (1,300 ft)|
This list comprises the two buildings that used to have over 100 floors but are no longer in existence.
|Structure||City||Country||Floors||Year completed||Year destroyed||Reason for destruction||Height to top floor||Height to roof||Height to pinnacle|
|One World Trade Center||New York City||110||1972||2001||Terrorist attack||411 m (1,348 ft)||417 m (1,368 ft)||527.3 m (1,730 ft)|
|Two World Trade Center||New York City||110||1973||2001||Terrorist attack||409 m (1,342 ft)||415 m (1,362 ft)|
This is a timeline of the building with the most floors out of buildings with 100 floors or more.
|1931||1972||Empire State Building||New York City||102||1931|
|1972||2001||Twin Towers of the World Trade Center||New York City||110||1972|
|2001||2010||Sears Tower/Willis Tower||Chicago||108||1974|
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