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This is a list of tallest buildings in Karachi.
|Bahria Icon Tower||300 m (984 ft)||62||2018||Clifton||Pakistan's tallest skyscraper|
|Chapal Skymark||210 m (689 ft)||50||2018||Civil Lines||Pakistan's tallest Residential Tower|
|Dolmen Tower 3||210 m (689 ft)||60||2018||Clifton|
|Dolmen Tower 4||210 m (689 ft)||60||2018||Clifton|
|Bakht Tower||145 m (476 ft)||38||2017||Clifton|
|Arkadians Tower A||134 m (440 ft)||35||2017||Defence VIII|
|Hoshang Pearl||130 m (427 ft)||34||2018||Civil Line|
|Metro twin tower 1||130 m (427 ft)[ citation needed ]||32*2||2018||Clifton|
|Metro twin tower 2||130 m (427 ft)[ citation needed ]||32*2||2018||Clifton|
|Com-3 Tower 1||124 m (407 ft)||34||2018||Clifton|
|Com-3 Tower 2||124 m (407 ft)||32||2018||Clifton|
|Ocean Towers||120 m (394 ft)||30||2013||Clifton||Tallest in Pakistan, 2012–2014|
|Mega G4 Tower||118 m (387 ft)||30||2016||Clifton||First LEED certified building in Pakistan|
|Centre Point Tower||117 m (384 ft)||28||2013||Defence VI|
|MCB Tower||116 m (381 ft)||29||2005||Downtown||Tallest in Pakistan, 2005–2012|
|70 Riviera||110 m (361 ft)||29||2017||Clifton|
|Coral Tower 1||107 m (351 ft)||28||2018||Crescent Bay|
|Coral Tower 2||107 m (351 ft)||28||2016||Crescent Bay|
|Habib Bank Plaza||102 m (335 ft)[ citation needed ]||24||1963||Downtown||Tallest in Asia, 1963–1970 and tallest in Pakistan, 1963-2005|
|Bahria town Tower||102 m (335 ft)||26||2016||Tariq Road|
|UBL Tower||101 m (331 ft)||25||2016||Downtown|
|Arkadians tower B||100 m (328 ft)||25||2018||DHA VIII|
|The Center (JS Tower)||100 m (328 ft)||24||2016||SADDAR|
|CFTC Tower||100 m (328 ft)||23||2018||Clifton|
|Royal Tower||100 m (328 ft)||22||2017||DHA|
|La Grande||100 m (328 ft)||23||2017||N.Nazimabad|
|BRR Tower||100 m (328 ft)||22||2014||Downtown|
|ACM Tower||100 m (328 ft)||22||2018||Clifton|
|Parsa Citi towers||100 m (328 ft)||22||2016||SADDAR|
|SumSum Grand Residency||100 m (328 ft)||22||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Avari tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||1970||SADDAR|
|Saima Trade Towers||90 m (295 ft)||20||1999||Downtown|
|Saima Trade Towers||90 m (295 ft)||20||1999||Downtown|
|Vincy Residency||90 m (295 ft)||20||2012||Clifton|
|Royal Arcade||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Eman Blessing||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Zamzam tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Saima pari luxurios||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Greens two||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|King's Luxury tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Halima Residency||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|Sawera Sky tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||P.E.C.H.S|
|The Residence||90 m (295 ft)||20||2015||Clifton|
|Majestic tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||Clifton|
|Lakhani Presidency||90 m (295 ft)||20||2008||Gulshan|
|Defence Skyline||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||DHA|
|Pearl Residency||90 m (295 ft)||20||2004||Gulshan|
|Saima Royal Residency||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||Gulshan|
|Noman Residencia||90 m (295 ft)||20||2018||Scheme 33|
|Al Ghafoor tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||Gulshan|
|Bismillah Blessing||90 m (295 ft)||20||2014||PECHS|
|Makkah Tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2015||PECHS|
|Anum Vista||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||N.Nazimabad|
|Saima Paari Point||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||N.Nazimabad|
|Euro hitec tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||N.Nazimabad|
|Euro Regency park||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||N.Nazimabad|
|Bakhsi tower||90 m (295 ft)||20||2016||Shr. Faisal|
|Building||Height||Floors||Location||Year of completion|
|Karachi Port Tower||593 m (1,946 ft)||130||Karachi Port Trust||TBA|
|Sky Gardens||230 m (755 ft)||53||Clifton||2020|
|The Palmyra Air Tower 1||200 m (656 ft)||50||Do Talwar Clifton||2020|
|The Palmyra Air Tower 2||200 m (656 ft)||50||Do Talwar Clifton||2020|
|Frere Heights||200 m (656 ft)||49||Saddar||2020|
|The Palm Marquee tower 01||180 m (591 ft)||42||Marine Promenade||2019|
|Bahria Hotel||180 m (591 ft)||40||Clifton, adjacent to Bahria Icon Tower||2019|
|Com-3 Tower 1||160 m (525 ft)||32||Clifton||2018|
|Com-3 Tower 2||160 m (525 ft)||32||Clifton||2018|
|Bahria Opal 225||160 m (525 ft)||41||Saddar||2020|
|The Palm Marquee (tower 2)||150 m (492 ft)||35||Marine Promenade||2019|
|Royal Marina Towers||150 m (492 ft)||37*2||Clifton||2019|
|The Orchid||140 m (459 ft)||38||Clifton||2022|
|70 Riviera||130 m (427 ft)||30||Clifton||2018|
|Lucky One||130 m (427 ft)||28||Gulberg||2020|
|Hoshang Pearl||130 m (427 ft)||30||Civil Line||2018|
|Metro Twin Tower A||130 m (427 ft)||30||Clifton||2018|
|Metro Twin Tower B||130 m (427 ft)||30||Clifton||2018|
|Coral Reef Towers Emaar||112 m (367 ft)||26||Emaar Crescent Bay||2018|
|Mont Vista||100 m (328 ft)||26||North Nazimabad||2019|
|The Palm Marquee (tower 3)||100 m (328 ft)||23||Marine Promenade||2019|
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Pedestrians walk past Habib Bank Plaza, head office of Habib Bank Ltd., in the business and financial hub of Karachi, Pakistan, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012.