List of buildings with 100 floors or more
This is a list of buildings with 100 floors or more.
This list includes buildings whose construction is complete, or are topped-out.
|Structure||City||Country||Floors||Status||Year||Height to architectural top||Height to roof||Height to pinnacle|
|Burj Khalifa||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||163||Complete||2010||828 m (2,717 ft)||828 m (2,717 ft)||829.8 m (2,722 ft)|
|Shanghai Tower||Shanghai||China||121||Topped-out||2014||632 m (2,073 ft)||556.7 m (1,826 ft)||632 m (2,073 ft)|
|Abraj Al Bait||Mecca||Saudi Arabia||120||Complete||2011||601 m (1,972 ft)||530 m (1,740 ft)||601 m (1,972 ft)|
|International Commerce Centre||Hong Kong||Hong Kong||118||Complete||2010||484 m (1,588 ft)||484 m (1,588 ft)||484 m (1,588 ft)|
|CTF Finance Centre||Guangzhou||China||111||Topped-out||2015||530 m (1,740 ft)||495 m (1,624 ft)||530 m (1,740 ft)|
|Willis Tower||Chicago||United States||108||Complete||1974||442 m (1,450 ft)||442 m (1,450 ft)||527 m (1,729 ft)|
|Ryugyong Hotel||Pyongyang||North Korea||105||Topped-out||1992||330 m (1,080 ft)||330 m (1,080 ft)||330 m (1,080 ft)|
|One World Trade Center||New York City||United States||104||Topped-out||2013||541.3 m (1,776 ft)||417 m (1,368 ft)||546.2 m (1,792 ft)|
|Guangzhou International Finance Center||Guangzhou||China||103||Complete||2010||440 m (1,440 ft)||438 m (1,437 ft)||440 m (1,440 ft)|
|Empire State Building||New York City||United States||102||Complete||1931||381 m (1,250 ft)||381 m (1,250 ft)||449 m (1,473 ft)|
|Shanghai World Financial Center||Shanghai||China||101||Complete||2008||492 m (1,614 ft)||492 m (1,614 ft)||492 m (1,614 ft)|
|Taipei 101||Taipei||Taiwan||101||Complete||2004||509 m (1,670 ft)||449 m (1,473 ft)||509 m (1,670 ft)|
|Princess Tower||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||101||Complete||2012||414 m (1,358 ft)||392 m (1,286 ft)||414 m (1,358 ft)|
|John Hancock Center||Chicago||United States||100||Complete||1969||344 m (1,129 ft)||344 m (1,129 ft)||457 m (1,499 ft)|
|Kingkey 100||Shenzhen||China||100||Complete||2011||441.8 m (1,449 ft)||441.8 m (1,449 ft)||441.8 m (1,449 ft)|
Buildings under construction
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.
|Floors||Year||Height to architectural top||Remarks|
|Kingdom Tower||Jeddah||Saudi Arabia||0||167||2019||1,000 m (3,300 ft)||The exact final height is being kept secret, but it is expected to be at least 1,000 m (3,300 ft)|
|Suzhou Zhongnan Center||Suzhou||China||0||137||2020||729 m (2,392 ft)|
|India Tower||Mumbai||India||0||126||700 m (2,300 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted 2011|
|Wuhan Greenland Center||Wuhan||China||2||125||2017||636 m (2,087 ft)|
|Lotte World Tower||Seoul||South Korea||86||123||2015||555.65 m (1,823.0 ft)|
|Pentominium||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||28||122||516 m (1,693 ft)||Construction halted 2011|
|KL118||Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||0||118||2020||610 m (2,000 ft)|
|Goldin Finance 117||Tianjin||China||75||117||2016||597 m (1,959 ft)|
|World One||Mumbai||India||80||117||2015||442 m (1,450 ft)|
|Ping'an International Finance Center||Shenzhen||China||97||116||2016||660 m (2,170 ft)|
|Doha Convention Center Tower||Doha||Qatar||0||112||2016||551 m (1,808 ft)||Construction started. On hold since 2011 until new airport opens|
|China Zun||Beijing||China||0||108||2016||528 m (1,732 ft)|
|Busan Lotte Town Tower||Busan||South Korea||0||108||2017||510 m (1,670 ft)||On Hold since 2013 until Lotte World Tower Tropped-out at 2015.|
|Incheon Tower||Incheon||South Korea||0||103||2015||490 m (1,610 ft)||Foundation work started at 2008. Construction halted 2009.|
|Qatar National Bank Tower||Doha||Qatar||0||101||510 m (1,670 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted 2010|
|Marina 101||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||101||101||2015||426 m (1,398 ft)||Structure complete.|
|LCT Landmark Tower||Busan||South Korea||0||101||2018||412.1 m (1,352 ft)|
|Al Quds Endowment Tower||Doha||Qatar||0||100||495 m (1,624 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted 2010|
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|
|Chicago Spire||Chicago||United States||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 and a reorganization plan is due from the developer in August 2014.|
|Seoul Light Tower||Seoul||South Korea||133||643 m (2,110 ft)||This building was proposed Landmark Building of Digital Media City, and Its construction started in 2008, but it was cancelled at 2011 because of conflict between the City of Seoul and the developer company.|
|Russia Tower||Moscow||Russia||118||612 m (2,008 ft)||Construction started and a cornerstone was laid. The project was cancelled 2009.|
|Tower Triple One||Seoul||South Korea||111||621 m (2,037 ft)||This Building was proposed Landmark Building of Yongsan International Business Complex, and Its construction started in 2011, but it was cancelled at 2013 because of conflict of KORAIL to 'Dream Hub Inc.' which is developer company.|
|Burj Al Alam||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||108||510 m (1,670 ft)||Foundation work started. Construction halted 2009 and then finally cancelled in 2013.|
|World Business Center Solomon Tower||Busan||South Korea||108||448 m (1,470 ft)||This Building is proposed for Landmark Tower of Marin City, Busan. Foundation work started at 2009. Construction halted 2010 and then finally cancelled in 2012.|
|Palace of the Soviets||Moscow||Soviet Union||100||415 m (1,362 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||United States||100||375 m (1,230 ft)||Designed in the 1920s as a 100-storey 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-storey building.|
This list includes 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||United States||110||1972||2001||Terrorist Attack||411 m (1,348 ft)||417 m (1,368 ft)||526.3 m (1,727 ft)|
|Two World Trade Center||New York City||United States||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||United States||102||1931|
|1972||2001||Twin Towers of the World Trade Center||New York City||United States||110||1972|
|2001||2010||Sears Tower/Willis Tower||Chicago||United States||108||1974|
|2010||Present||Burj Khalifa||Dubai||United Arab Emirates||163||2010|
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