List of tallest residential buildings in the world

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The Dubai Marina in Dubai, also known as "tallest block in the world" is home to seven of the ten tallest residential buildings in the world.

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) defines a residential building as one where 85 percent or more of its total floor area is dedicated to residential usage.[1] CTBUH is a non-profit international organization formed in 1969 that decides which structure is officially the world's tallest residential building and sets the standards by which buildings are measured. It has maintained a list of the 100 tallest completed residential buildings in the world since 2000.[2]

The tallest residential skyscraper in the world is Princess Tower in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was topped out with height of 414 metres (1,358 ft) in 2012. The second tallest residential skyscraper is 23 Marina which stands at 392 metres (1,286 ft) in Dubai, it was also completed in 2012. The third tallest residential skyscraper is Elite Residence, which stands at 381 metres (1,250 ft) in Dubai, it was completed in 2012. The fourth tallest residential skyscraper is The Marina Torch which stands at 348 metres (1,142 ft) in Dubai, it was completed in 2011 while the fifth tallest residential skyscraper is Q1 which stands at 322 metres (1,056 ft) in Gold Coast Australia, completed in 2005.

The Skyscraper database of CTBUH reveals that more than 100 residential skyscrapers are under construction in the world.[3] The tallest one is World One in Mumbai India, set to rise 442 metres (1,450 ft), Diamond Tower in Jeddah Saudi Arabia, with the planned height of 432 metres (1,417 ft), and 432 Park Avenue in New York City United States, set to rise 425 metres (1,394 ft).

According to the press release issued by Emporis on 29 October 2013, Dubai is home to seven of the ten tallest residential skyscrapers in the world,[4][5] and is home to a number of residential skyscrapers. High-rise residential buildings are spread throughout the city but most of them are concentrated in Dubai Marina. Dubai Marina is also known as the "tallest block in the world" because of the number of high-rise residential skyscrapers.[6] The tallest planned residential skyscraper is 122 storey Pentominium, which will stand at 516 metres (1,693 ft) however the construction of this tower has been on hold since May 2011.[7][8]

History and Ranking Criteria[edit]

The Belcher's in Hong Kong were the first residential skyscrapers.

Since 2000, when CTBUH started maintaining a list of tallest residential skyscrapers The Belcher's Tower 1 and The Belcher's Tower 2 located in Hong Kong were the first tallest residential skyscrapers whose heights equal 221 metres (725 ft) completed in 2000.[9][10] In 2001 Trump World Tower in New York City, became the tallest residential building in the world until it was surpassed in 2003 by the 21st Century Tower in Dubai. In 2012, Princess Tower in Dubai became the tallest residential building in the world.[11] The percentage of residential buildings has been increased from 34 percent in 2009 to 45 percent in 2010 in residential skyscrapers whose height exceeds 200 meters,[12] making Burj Khalifa the world's first supertall skyscraper to include residential space.[13]

The CTBUH insist that a building should only be added to the official tallest list when it is (i) topped out structurally and architecturally, (ii) fully clad, and (iii) open for business, or at least partially open. This became the CTBUH official definition of a building’s "completion".[14]

In 1996, in response to a dispute over whether the Petronas Towers or the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) was taller, the council listed and ranked buildings in four categories: the height of the structural or architectural top, the height of the highest occupied floor, the height to the top of the roof (removed as a category in November 2009),[15] and the height to the top of any part of the building. A tall building's "tallest" rank therefore depends on its spires and antennas as well as the height of its architectural top.[16] For example, the Petronas Towers, with its spire, is ranked higher than the Willis Tower with its antennas, despite the Petronas Towers' lower roof.[17]

Tallest residential buildings[edit]

Q1, in Gold Coast, Australia
Ocean Heights in Dubai, UAE.
Cayan Tower in Dubai, UAE is world's tallest building with a twist of 90 degrees.
We've the Zenith in Busan, South Korea.
Eureka Tower in Melbourne, Australia.
Trump World Tower in New York City, United States.
8 Spruce Street in New York City, United States.
The Cullinan in Hong Kong.
The Point in Panama City, Panama.

This lists ranks residential skyscrapers that stand at least 250 metres (820 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

Rank Name City Country Height
metres / feet
Floors Year Notes
1 Princess Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 414 metres (1,358 ft) 101 2012 [18][19][20]
2 23 Marina Dubai  United Arab Emirates 392 metres (1,286 ft) 90 2012 [21][22]
3 Elite Residence Dubai  United Arab Emirates 381 metres (1,250 ft) 91 2012 [23][24]
4 The Marina Torch Dubai  United Arab Emirates 348 metres (1,142 ft) 80 2011 [25][26]
5 Q1 Gold Coast  Australia 322 metres (1,056 ft) 80 2005 [27][28]
6 HHHR Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 317 metres (1,040 ft) 72 2009 [29][30]
7 Ocean Heights Dubai  United Arab Emirates 310 metres (1,020 ft) 84 2010 [31][32]
8= Cayan Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 306 metres (1,004 ft) 76 2013 [33][34]
8= One57 New York City  United States 306 metres (1,004 ft) 75 2014 [35][36]
10 Etihad Tower 2 Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates 305 metres (1,001 ft) 80 2011 [37][38]
11 Capital City Moscow Tower Moscow  Russia 301 metres (988 ft) 76 2010 [39][40]
12 We've the Zenith Tower A Busan  South Korea 301 metres (988 ft) 80 2011 [41][42]
13 Eureka Tower Melbourne  Australia 297 metres (974 ft) 91 2006 [43][44]
14 Emirates Crown Dubai  United Arab Emirates 296 metres (971 ft) 63 2008 [45][46]
15 Haeundae I Park Marina Tower 2 Busan  South Korea 292 metres (958 ft) 72 2011 [47][48]
16 70 Pine Street New York City  United States 290 metres (950 ft) 66 1932 17th-tallest building in the United States; formerly known as the American International Building and the Cities Service Building[49][50] 70 Pine is being transformed into a residential skyscraper with 644 rental residences, 132 hotel rooms and 35,000 square feet of retail [51]
17= Millennium Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 285 metres (935 ft) 60 2006 [52][53]
18= Sulafa Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 285 metres (935 ft) 75 2010 [54][55]
20 We've the Zenith Tower B Busan  South Korea 281 metres (922 ft) 75 2011 [56][57]
20 Marina Pinnacle Dubai  United Arab Emirates 280 metres (920 ft) 73 2011 [58][59]
21 Haeundae I Park Marina Tower 1 Busan  South Korea 273 metres (896 ft) 66 2011 [60][61]
22= The Cullinan North Tower Hong Kong  Hong Kong 269 metres (883 ft) 68 2009 [62][63]
22= 21st Century Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 269 metres (883 ft) 55 2003 [64][65]
24 The Point Panama City  Panama 266 metres (873 ft) 67 2010 [66][67]
25= 8 Spruce Street New York City  United States 265 metres (869 ft) 76 2010 [68][69]
25= WBC The Palace 1 Busan  South Korea 265 metres (869 ft) 51 2011 [70][71]
25= WBC The Palace 2 Busan  South Korea 265 metres (869 ft) 51 2011 [72][73]
25= We've the Zenith Tower C Busan  South Korea 265 metres (869 ft) 70 2011 [74][74]
29= Mag 218 Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 264 metres (866 ft) 66 2009 [75][76]
29= Triumph-Palace Moscow  Russia 264 metres (866 ft) 54 2008 [77][78]
31 Tower Palace Three, Tower G Seoul  South Korea 263 metres (863 ft) 73 2004 [79][80]
32 Trump World Tower New York City  United States 262 metres (860 ft) 72 2001 [81][82]
33= Central Park Residential Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 261 metres (856 ft) 51 2011 [83][84]
33= Sapphire Istanbul  Turkey 261 metres (856 ft) 54 2010 [85][86]
35= Sorrento 1 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 256 metres (840 ft) 75 2003 [87][88]
35= The Imperial I Mumbai  India 256 metres (840 ft) 60 2009 [89][90]
35= The Imperial II Mumbai  India 256 metres (840 ft) 60 2009 [91][92]
35= Hyperion Tower A Seoul  South Korea 256 metres (840 ft) 69 2003 [93][94]
39 The Harbour Residence Dubai  United Arab Emirates 254 metres (833 ft) 63 2007 [95][96]
40 Highcliff Hong Kong  Hong Kong 252 metres (827 ft) 72 2003 [97][98]
41 The Harbourside Hong Kong  Hong Kong 251 metres (823 ft) 73 2003 [99][100]
42= The Gramercy Residences Makati  Philippines 250 metres (820 ft) 73 2012
42= Chelsea Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 250 metres (820 ft) 49 2005 [101][102]

Under construction[edit]

This listed buildings are under construction and are planned to rise at least 250 metres (820 ft).

Rank Name City Country Height
metres / feet
Floors Year
started / ends (est.)
Notes
1 Nordstrom Tower New York City  United States 541 metres (1,775 ft) 92 2014/2018 Will be tallest residential building in the world[103]
2 World One Mumbai  India 442 metres (1,450 ft) 117 2011 / 2015 [104][105]
3 Diamond Tower Jeddah  Saudi Arabia 432 metres (1,417 ft) 93 2011 / 2017 [106][107]
4 432 Park Avenue New York City  United States 426 metres (1,398 ft) 85 2011 / 2015 [108][109]
5 World Trade Center Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates 381 metres (1,250 ft) 88 2007 / 2014 [110][111]
6 Oberoi Oasis Tower B Mumbai  India 372 metres (1,220 ft) 82 2011 / 2015 [112][113]
7 Ahmed Abdul Rahim Al Attar Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 342 metres (1,122 ft) 76 2005 / 2014 [114][115]
8 LCT Residential Tower A Busan  South Korea 339 metres (1,112 ft) 85 2013 / 2018 [116]
9= Orchid Crown Tower A Mumbai  India 337 metres (1,106 ft) 75 2010 / 2015 [117][118]
9= Orchid Crown Tower B Mumbai  India 337 metres (1,106 ft) 75 2009 / 2015 [119][120]
10 DAMAC Residenze Dubai  United Arab Emirates 335 metres (1,099 ft) 85 2011 / 2016 [121][122]
11 LCT Residential Tower B Busan  South Korea 333 metres (1,093 ft) 85 2013 / 2018 [123]
12 Abu Dhabi Plaza Astana  Kazakhstan 320 metres (1,050 ft) 75 2011 / 2017 [124][125]
13 Palais Royale Mumbai Mumbai  India 320 metres (1,050 ft) 88 2005 / 2014 [126][127]
14 The Stratford Residences Makati  Philippines 312 metres (1,024 ft) 74 2011 / 2015 [128][129]
15 MahaNakhon Bangkok  Thailand 310 metres (1,020 ft) 77 2011 / 2016 [130][131]
16 Lokhandwala Minerva Mumbai  India 307 metres (1,007 ft) 83 2011 / 2015 [132][133]
17= Orchid Crown Tower C Mumbai  India 300 metres (980 ft) 75 2010 / 2015 [134][135]
17= Dubai Pearl West Tower Dubai  UAE 300 metres (980 ft) 73 2009 / 2017 [136][137]
17 Indiabulls Sky Suites Mumbai  India 291 metres (955 ft) 75 2010 / 2015 [138][139]
18 Indiabulls Sky Forest Mumbai  India 281 metres (922 ft) 80 2010 / 2015 [140][141]
19 Trump Tower At Century City Makati  Philippines 280 metres (920 ft) 58 2012 / 2016 [142][143]
20 Aura (College Park III) Toronto  Canada 272 metres (892 ft) 78 2010 / 2014 [144][145]
21 One Avighna Park Mumbai  India 266 metres (873 ft) 64 2010 / 2015 [146][147]
22 Bahria Icon Tower Karachi  Pakistan 260 metres (850 ft) 60 2008 / 2015 [148][149]
23 Infinity Tower Brisbane  Australia 249 metres (817 ft) 81 2010 / 2014 [150][151]
24= 56 Leonard Street New York City  United States 250 metres (820 ft) 60 2008 / 2016 [152][153]
24= DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 1 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2013 / 2016 [154][155]
24= DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 2 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2013 / 2016 [156][157]
24= DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 3 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2013 / 2016 [158][159]

On hold[edit]

This list contains residential buildings that are at least 250 metres (820 ft) in height and their construction is currently on hold.

Name City Country Height
metres / feet
Floors Construction
originally started
Notes
Chicago Spire Chicago  United States 610 metres (2,000 ft) 150 2008 Would be the largest building in the Western Hemisphere.
Pentominium Dubai  United Arab Emirates 516 metres (1,693 ft) 122 2009 [8][160][161][162]

Timeline of tallest residential buildings[edit]

This is a list of buildings that in the past held the title of tallest residential buildings in the world.

Name City Country Height
metres / feet
Floors Years as tallest Notes
The Belcher's 1 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 221 metres (725 ft) 63 2000-2000 [9]
The Belcher's 2 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 221 metres (725 ft) 63 2000-2000 [10]
Trump World Tower New York City  United States 262 metres (860 ft) 72 2001-2003 2nd-tallest residential building in Western Hemisphere.[82]
21st Century Tower Dubai  UAE 269 metres (883 ft) 55 2003-2005 [65]
Q1 Gold Coast  Australia 322 metres (1,056 ft) 80 2005-2011 Tallest residential building in Australia.[27]
The Marina Torch Dubai  UAE 348 metres (1,142 ft) 80 2011-2012 [163]
Elite Residence Dubai  UAE 381 metres (1,250 ft) 91 2012-2012 [23]
23 Marina Dubai  UAE 392 metres (1,286 ft) 90 2012-2012 [21]
Princess Tower Dubai  UAE 414 metres (1,358 ft) 101 2012–present [164]

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