List of tallest buildings in Karachi

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This is a list of tallest buildings in Karachi.

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BuildingHeightFloorsYearLocationNotes
Bahria Icon Tower 300 m (984 ft) [1] [2] 622018CliftonPakistan's tallest skyscraper
Chapal Skymark210 m (689 ft)502018Civil LinesPakistan's tallest Residential Tower
Dolmen Tower 3210 m (689 ft) [3] 602018Clifton
Dolmen Tower 4210 m (689 ft) [3] 602018Clifton
Bakht Tower145 m (476 ft) [4] 38 [4] 2017Clifton
Arkadians Tower A [5] 134 m (440 ft)35 [6] [7] 2017 Defence VIII
Hoshang Pearl [8] 130 m (427 ft) [4] 34 [4] 2018 Civil Line
Metro twin tower 1130 m (427 ft)[ citation needed ]32*22018Clifton
Metro twin tower 2130 m (427 ft)[ citation needed ]32*22018Clifton
Com-3 Tower 1 [9] 124 m (407 ft)34 [10] 2018Clifton
Com-3 Tower 2 [9] 124 m (407 ft)32 [10] 2018Clifton
Ocean Towers 120 m (394 ft) [11] 30 [11] 2013CliftonTallest in Pakistan, 2012–2014
Mega G4 Tower [12] 118 m (387 ft) [13] 302016CliftonFirst LEED certified building in Pakistan
Centre Point Tower117 m (384 ft) [14] 28 [14] 2013 Defence VI
MCB Tower 116 m (381 ft)29 [15] 2005DowntownTallest in Pakistan, 2005–2012 [15]
70 Riviera110 m (361 ft) [16] 29 [14] 2017Clifton
Coral Tower 1 [17] 107 m (351 ft)28 [18] 2018 Crescent Bay
Coral Tower 2 [17] 107 m (351 ft)28 [18] 2016Crescent Bay
Habib Bank Plaza [19] 102 m (335 ft)[ citation needed ]241963DowntownTallest in Asia, 1963–1970 and tallest in Pakistan, 1963-2005
Bahria town Tower102 m (335 ft)262016Tariq Road
UBL Tower [20] 101 m (331 ft)252016Downtown
Arkadians tower B [5] 100 m (328 ft)252018DHA VIII
The Center (JS Tower) [21] 100 m (328 ft)242016SADDAR
CFTC Tower100 m (328 ft)232018Clifton
Royal Tower100 m (328 ft)222017DHA
La Grande100 m (328 ft)232017N.Nazimabad
BRR Tower100 m (328 ft)222014Downtown
ACM Tower100 m (328 ft)222018Clifton
Parsa Citi towers100 m (328 ft)222016SADDAR
SumSum Grand Residency100 m (328 ft)222018P.E.C.H.S
Avari tower90 m (295 ft)201970SADDAR
Saima Trade Towers90 m (295 ft)201999Downtown
Saima Trade Towers90 m (295 ft)201999Downtown
Vincy Residency90 m (295 ft)202012Clifton
Royal Arcade90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Eman Blessing90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Zamzam tower90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Saima pari luxurios90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Greens two90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
King's Luxury tower90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Halima Residency90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
Sawera Sky tower90 m (295 ft)202018P.E.C.H.S
The Residence90 m (295 ft)202015Clifton
Majestic tower90 m (295 ft)202016Clifton
Lakhani Presidency90 m (295 ft)202008Gulshan
Defence Skyline90 m (295 ft)202018DHA
Pearl Residency90 m (295 ft)202004Gulshan
Saima Royal Residency90 m (295 ft)202018Gulshan
Noman Residencia90 m (295 ft)202018Scheme 33
Al Ghafoor tower90 m (295 ft)202016Gulshan
Bismillah Blessing90 m (295 ft)202014PECHS
Makkah Tower90 m (295 ft)202015PECHS
Anum Vista90 m (295 ft)202016N.Nazimabad
Saima Paari Point90 m (295 ft)202016N.Nazimabad
Euro hitec tower90 m (295 ft)202016N.Nazimabad
Euro Regency park90 m (295 ft)202016N.Nazimabad
Bakhsi tower90 m (295 ft)202016Shr. Faisal
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Karachi skyline

Under construction / Proposed & Vision

60 storey Dolmen Tower 3 & 4, under construction in Karachi Dolmen Towers Karachi.png
60 storey Dolmen Tower 3 & 4, under construction in Karachi
Bakht Tower, under construction in Karachi Bakht Tower.jpeg
Bakht Tower, under construction in Karachi
BuildingHeightFloorsLocationYear of completion
Karachi Port Tower593 m (1,946 ft)130Karachi Port TrustTBA
Sky Gardens [22] 230 m (755 ft)53Clifton2020
The Palmyra Air Tower 1200 m (656 ft)50Do Talwar Clifton2020
The Palmyra Air Tower 2200 m (656 ft)50Do Talwar Clifton2020
Frere Heights200 m (656 ft)49 Saddar 2020
The Palm Marquee tower 01180 m (591 ft)42Marine Promenade2019
Bahria Hotel180 m (591 ft)40Clifton, adjacent to Bahria Icon Tower2019
Com-3 Tower 1160 m (525 ft)32Clifton2018
Com-3 Tower 2160 m (525 ft)32Clifton2018
Bahria Opal 225 [23] 160 m (525 ft)41 Saddar 2020
The Palm Marquee (tower 2)150 m (492 ft)35Marine Promenade2019
Royal Marina Towers150 m (492 ft)37*2Clifton2019
The Orchid140 m (459 ft)38Clifton2022
70 Riviera130 m (427 ft)30Clifton2018
Lucky One [24] 130 m (427 ft)28 Gulberg 2020
Hoshang Pearl [25] 130 m (427 ft)30Civil Line2018
Metro Twin Tower A130 m (427 ft)30Clifton2018
Metro Twin Tower B130 m (427 ft)30Clifton2018
Coral Reef Towers Emaar112 m (367 ft)26Emaar Crescent Bay2018
Mont Vista100 m (328 ft)26 North Nazimabad 2019
The Palm Marquee (tower 3)100 m (328 ft)23Marine Promenade2019

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