List of tallest buildings in Missouri

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The tallest structures in the U.S. state of Missouri include a 2,000-foot (610 m) broadcasting tower, an 800-foot (240 m) chimney, a 630-foot (190 m) monument, and a 624-foot (190 m) office building.

The tallest accessible structure in Missouri - The gateway arch in St. Louis
One Kansas City Place, 624 ft / 190.1m,
tallest office building in Missouri.

Missouri's tallest accessible buildings[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Links
Gateway Arch 630 ft (190 m). St. Louis [1]; List of tallest buildings by U.S. state
One Kansas City Place 624 ft (190 m). Kansas City [2]
One Metropolitan Square 593 ft (181 m). St. Louis [3]
Town Pavilion 591 ft (180 m). Kansas City [4]
AT&T Center (St. Louis) 588 ft (179 m). St. Louis [5]
Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse 557 ft (170 m). St. Louis [6]
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center 504 ft (154 m). Kansas City [7]
One US Bank Plaza 484 ft (148 m). St. Louis [8]
Kansas City Power and Light Building 481 ft (147 m). Kansas City [9]
909 Walnut 471 ft (144 m). Kansas City [10]
Kansas City City Hall 445 ft (136 m). Kansas City [11]
1201 Walnut 427 ft (130 m). Kansas City [12]
Commerce Tower 421 ft (128 m). Kansas City [13]
The Plaza in Clayton 409 ft (125 m). Clayton [14]
City Center Square 404 ft (123 m). Kansas City [15]
Laclede Gas Building 401 ft (122 m). St. Louis [16]

Missouri's tallest structures[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Links Year
KMOS Tower/Rohn Tower 2,000 ft (610 m). Syracuse, MO [17]
KYTV Tower 1,999 ft (609 m). Fordland, MO [18]
KYTV Tower 2 1,996 ft (608 m). Marshfield, MO [19]
KOLR/KOZK Tower 1,960 ft (600 m). Fordland, MO [20]
Raycom America Tower 1,677 ft (511 m). Cape Girardeau, MO [21]
KBSI Tower 1,567 ft (478 m). Cape Girardeau, MO [22]

Missouri's tallest chimneys[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Links Year
Associated Electric Stack #1 800 ft (240 m) New Madrid, MO [23]
Iatan Power Plant Stack 700 ft (210 m) Iatan, MO [24]
Rush Island Power Station 700 ft (210 m) Rush Island, MO [25]
Labadie Power Station Units 3 & 4 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [26]
Labadie Power Station Unit 2 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [27]
Labadie Power Station Unit 1 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [28]
Sibley Generator Station Stack 700 ft (210 m) Sibley, MO [29]
Associated Electric Stack #2 630 ft (190 m) New Madrid, MO [30]
Thomas Hill Chimney 620 ft (190 m) Clifton Hill, MO [31]
Sioux Power Plant Stack #1 603 ft (184 m) Portage Des Sioux, MO [32]
Sioux Power Plant Stack #2 603 ft (184 m) Portage Des Sioux, MO [33]
Hawthorne Power Plant 600 ft (180 m) Kansas City, MO [34]
Callaway Cooling Tower 553 ft (169 m) Fulton, MO [35]
Herculaneum Smelter Stack 550 ft (170 m) Herculaneum, MO [36]

History of Missouri's Tallest Habitable Buildings[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Year Links
Old Courthouse 192 ft (59 m) St. Louis, MO 1864 [37]
Union Station (St. Louis) 230 ft (70 m) St. Louis, MO 1894 [38]
Commerce Trust Building 258 ft (79 m) Kansas City, MO 1906 [39]
Railway Exchange Building 277 ft (84 m) St. Louis, MO 1914 [40]
Federal Reserve Bank Building 298 ft (91 m) Kansas City, MO 1921 [41]
Southwestern Bell Building 397 ft (121 m) St. Louis, MO 1926 [42]
Kansas City Power and Light Building 476 ft (145 m) Kansas City, MO 1931 [43]
One US Bank Plaza 484 ft (148 m) St. Louis, MO 1976 [44]
Town Pavilion 591 ft (180 m) Kansas City, MO 1986 [45]
One Kansas City Place 624 ft (190 m) Kansas City, MO 1988 [46]

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