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 Tallest office building in Missouri
One Metropolitan Square 593 ft (181 m). St. Louis [2]
Town Pavilion 591 ft (180 m). Kansas City [3]
AT&T Center (St. Louis) 588 ft (179 m). St. Louis [4]
Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse 557 ft (170 m). St. Louis [5]
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center 504 ft (154 m). Kansas City Tallest hotel in Missouri
One US Bank Plaza 484 ft (148 m). St. Louis [6]
Kansas City Power and Light Building 481 ft (147 m). Kansas City Converting to residential
909 Walnut 471 ft (144 m). Kansas City Tallest residential in Missouri and Midwest outside Chicago
Kansas City City Hall 445 ft (136 m). Kansas City 4th tallest City Hall in World
1201 Walnut 427 ft (130 m). Kansas City [7]
Commerce Tower 421 ft (128 m). Kansas City Upper 20 floors converting to residential
The Plaza in Clayton 409 ft (125 m). Clayton [8]
City Center Square 404 ft (123 m). Kansas City [9]
Laclede Gas Building 401 ft (122 m). St. Louis [10]

Missouri's tallest structures[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Links Year
KMOS Tower/Rohn Tower 2,000 ft (610 m). Syracuse, MO [11]
KYTV Tower 1,999 ft (609 m). Fordland, MO [12]
KYTV Tower 2 1,996 ft (608 m). Marshfield, MO [13]
KOLR/KOZK Tower 1,960 ft (600 m). Fordland, MO [14]
Raycom America Tower 1,677 ft (511 m). Cape Girardeau, MO [15]
KBSI Tower 1,567 ft (478 m). Cape Girardeau, MO [16]

Missouri's tallest chimneys[edit]

Name Height
feet / m
Location Links Year
Associated Electric Stack #1 800 ft (240 m) New Madrid, MO [17]
Iatan Power Plant Stack 700 ft (210 m) Iatan, MO [18]
Rush Island Power Station 700 ft (210 m) Rush Island, MO [19]
Labadie Power Station Units 3 & 4 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [20]
Labadie Power Station Unit 2 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [21]
Labadie Power Station Unit 1 700 ft (210 m) Labadie, MO [22]
Sibley Generator Station Stack 700 ft (210 m) Sibley, MO [23]
Associated Electric Stack #2 630 ft (190 m) New Madrid, MO [24]
Thomas Hill Chimney 620 ft (190 m) Clifton Hill, MO [25]
Sioux Power Plant Stack #1 603 ft (184 m) Portage Des Sioux, MO [26]
Sioux Power Plant Stack #2 603 ft (184 m) Portage Des Sioux, MO [27]
Hawthorne Power Plant 600 ft (180 m) Kansas City, MO [28]
Callaway Cooling Tower 553 ft (169 m) Fulton, MO [29]
Herculaneum Smelter Stack 550 ft (170 m) Herculaneum, MO [30]

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 [31]
Union Station (St. Louis) 230 ft (70 m) St. Louis, MO 1894 [32]
Commerce Trust Building 258 ft (79 m) Kansas City, MO 1906 [33]
Railway Exchange Building 277 ft (84 m) St. Louis, MO 1914 [34]
Federal Reserve Bank Building 298 ft (91 m) Kansas City, MO 1921 [35]
Southwestern Bell Building 397 ft (121 m) St. Louis, MO 1926 [36]
Kansas City Power and Light Building 476 ft (145 m) Kansas City, MO 1931 [37]
One US Bank Plaza 484 ft (148 m) St. Louis, MO 1976 [38]
Town Pavilion 591 ft (180 m) Kansas City, MO 1986 [39]
One Kansas City Place 624 ft (190 m) Kansas City, MO 1988 [40]

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