List of future tallest buildings

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This list of future tallest buildings ranks the tallest buildings in the world which are proposed, approved or under construction. It includes buildings 396-m or 1,300ft or taller but not other structures such as towers, poles, and antennae cables. Heights are indicated by structural height, which includes architectural elements, but not communications spires or antennas. All height values and the definitions of proposed and under construction are according to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.[1] Only proposed and under construction buildings are included here. All vision buildings are listed at List of visionary tall buildings and structures.

Future buildings[edit]

INFO
  Building currently under construction.
  Building approved/proposed.
  Building on-hold.
  Building site preparation.

Please do not add any buildings that are already built or visionary buildings (Jeddah Tower is there for comparison purposes only). Also all proposed and under construction buildings should fulfil the CTBUH criteria for 'proposed' and 'under construction'.

Rank
Building City Country
Height
(m)
Height
(ft)
Floors
Year of
completion
Notes
1 Jeddah Tower Jeddah  Saudi Arabia 1000 m 3,281 ft 167 ? Will become the tallest building in the world. Has been on hold as the major funder of the project has been jailed.[2]
2 Tradewinds Square Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 775 m 2,542 ft 110 [3]
3 Dubai One Tower Dubai  UAE 711 m 2,333 ft 161 This skyscraper has been at the proposal stage since 2015.[4]
4 Uptown Dubai Tower 1 Dubai  UAE 711 m 2,333 ft 115 2028 [5]
5 Tower M Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 700 m 2,297 ft 145 2030 Will become the tallest building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.[6]
6 Merdeka 118 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 644 m 2,113 ft 118 2022 Will become the tallest building in Malaysia, Southeast Asia and second tallest building in the world. Also known as "Merdeka PNB118".[7]
7 Shenzhen Tower Shenzhen  China 642 m 2,106 ft 128 ? Has been in proposal stage in 2016.[8]
8 Signature Tower Jakarta Jakarta  Indonesia 638 m 2,093 ft 113 Will become the tallest building in Indonesia.[9]
9 Changchun World Trade Center Changchun  China 631 m 2,070 ft 126 [10]
10 Al-Aman World Capital Center Colombo  Sri Lanka 625 m 2,051 ft 117 Will become the tallest building in Sri Lanka.[11]
11 Grand Rama 9 Bangkok  Thailand 615 m 2,018 ft 125 Originally called Rama IX Super Tower. Will become the tallest building in Thailand.[12]
13 Goldin Finance 117 Tianjin  China 597 m 1,957 ft 128 2022 [13]
14 Nexus Tower Shenzhen  China 595 m 1,952 ft 124 ? [14]
15 Rose Rock International Finance Center Tianjin  China 588 m 1,929 ft 100+ [15]
16 Baoneng Binhu Center Tower 1 Hefei  China 588 m 1,929 ft 119 [16]
17 Entisar Tower Dubai  UAE 570 m 1,870 ft 121 ? Started construction but was put on hold.[17]
18 Hyundai Global Business Center Seoul  South Korea 569 m 1,867 ft 105 2026 Will become the tallest building in South Korea.[18]
19 Thai Boon Roong Twin Trade Center Phnom Penh  Cambodia 561 m 1,837 ft 133 2025 Will become the tallest building(s) in Cambodia and the tallest twin towers in the world.[19]
20 Burj Jumeirah Dubai  UAE 550 m 1,800 ft 112 ? [20]
21 Alpha Towers Dubai  UAE 545 m 1,788 ft 110 [21]
22 Al Noor Tower Casablanca  Morocco 540 m 1,772 ft 114 ? Cancelled
23 Pertamina Tower Jakarta  Indonesia 523 m 1,716 ft 99 [22]
24 Guizhou Culture Plaza Tower Guiyang  China 521 m 1,709 ft 109 ? [23]
25 Wanda One Xian  China 519 m 1,703 ft ? ? [24]
26 Jinan IFC Landmark Tower Jinan  China 518 m 1,699 ft 135 [25]
27 Shimao Fuzhou Tower Fuzhou  China 518 m 1,699 ft 108 [26]
28 Evergrande Hefei Center T1 Hefei  China 518 m 1,699 ft 112 2025 Construction started since 2016 put was put on hold in late 2019.[27]
29 Dalian Greenland Center Dalian  China 518 m 1,699 ft 88 ? Began construction but put on hold.[28]
30 Pentominium Dubai  UAE 516 m 1,693 ft 122 ? Began construction but put on hold.[29]
31 Qatar National Bank Tower Doha  Qatar 510 m 1,673 ft 101 ?
32 175 Park Avenue New York  United States 504 m 1,653 ft 89 2030
33 Caiwuwei Center Shenzhen  China 500 m[30] 1,640 ft 110 ? [31]
34 HeXi Yuzui Tower A Nanjing  China 500 m 1,640 ft ? 2025 [32]
35 Greenland Jinmao International Financial Center Nanjing  China 500 m 1,640 ft 102 2025 [33]
36 Tower 120 Ramat Gan  Israel 500 m 1,640 ft 120 ? [34]
37 Suzhou Zhongnan Center Suzhou  China 499 m[35] 1,637 ft 103 ? The tallest building under construction in China.
38 Bay Area Star Zhongnan  China 498 m[36] 1,634 ft 108 ? Will become the tallest building in Zhongnan.
39 Greenland Centre Xian  China 498 m[37] 1,634 ft 101 2024 [38]
40 Al Quds Endowment Tower Doha  Qatar 495 m 1,624 ft 100 ? Began construction but put on hold.
41 Tianfu Center Chengdu  China 490 m 1,608 ft 105 2025 [39]
42 Jumeirah Business Bay Tower Dubai  UAE 485 m 1,591 ft 100 [40]
43 Kunshan Centre Suzhou  China 480 m 1,575 ft ? ? [41]
44 North Bund Shanghai  China 480 m 1,575 ft
45 Wuhan Greenland Center Wuhan  China 476 m 1,562 ft 97 2022 [42]
46 Chushang Building Wuhan  China 475 m 1,558 ft 111 2025 [43]
47 Wuhan Chow Tai Fook Finance Centre Wuhan  China 475 m 1,558 ft 84 2026 [44]
48 Tower Fifth New York  United States 474 m 1,556 ft 96 [45]
49 SRG Tower Dubai  UAE 473 m 1,552 ft 111 [46]
50 SUNAC A-ONE Tower 1 Chongqing  China 470 m 2,051 ft 103 [47]
50 Tianjin R&F Guangdong Tower Tianjin  China 468 m 1,535 ft 91 ? [48]
51 Chengdu Greenland Tower Chengdu  China 468 m 1,535 ft 101 2022 [49]
52 ASE Center R6 Chongqing  China 468 m 1,535 ft 93 ? [50]
53 Legacy Tower Dhaka  Bangladesh 465 m 1,528 ft 96 Will become the tallest building in Bangladesh and South Asia.[51]
54 Baoneng Binhu Center Tower 2 Hefei  China 465 m 1,526 ft 96 2028 [52]
55 Guohua Financial Center Tower 1 Wuhan  China 465 m 1,526 ft 79 [53]
56 FORZA Tower Bogota  Colombia 460 m 1,509 ft 116 [54]
57 Corporate Avenue 1 Chongqing  China 458 m 1,503 ft 99 2022 [55]
58 Evergrande City Light Ningbo  China 453 m 1,486 ft 88 [56]
59 Baoneng Shenyang Global Financial Center Shenyang  China 453 m 1,486 ft ? Began construction but put on hold.[57]
60 Tianshan Gate of the World Plots 27 and 28 Shijiazhuang  China 450 m 1,476 ft 106 2025 [58]
61 Circle 36 Bangkok  Thailand 447 m 1,467 ft 110 [59]
62 Marina 106 Dubai  UAE 445 m 1,463 ft 104 ? Began construction but put on hold.[60]
63 One Tower Moscow  Russia 442.8 m 1,453 ft 109 2024 [61]
64 350 Park Avenue New York  United States 442 m 1,450 ft 72 2027 [62]
65 Ramat-Gat Tower 1 Ramat Gan  Israel 440 m 1,443 ft 111 [63]
66 Rise Tower Monterrey  Mexico 440 m 1,443 ft 92 2024 It will be the tallest building in Mexico and Latin America.
67 Wuhan World Trade Center Wuhan  China 438 m 1,535 ft 86 ? [64]
68 80 South Street New York  United States 438 m 1,535 ft 113 ? [65]
69 Dubai Towers Doha Doha  Qatar 437 m 1,434 ft 91 Began construction but put on hold.
70 One Bangkok O4H4 Bangkok  Thailand 436 m 1,430 ft 92 2025 [66]
71 Tribune East Tower Chicago  United States 433 m 1,422 ft 113 2025 [67]
72 Diamond Tower Jeddah  Saudi Arabia 432 m 1,417 ft 93 Began construction but put on hold.[68]
73 Asia Plaza Kaohsiung  Taiwan 431 m 1,414 ft 103 2024 Proposed but currently on hold.[69]
74 Chongqing Tall Tower Chongqing  China 431 m 1,414 ft 101 Began construction but put on hold.[70]
75 Longemont Asia Pacific Center Phase 2 Shenyang  China 430 m 1,411 ft 98 [71]
76 Nantong Center Nantong  China 430 m 1,411 ft 88 [72]
77 Greenland Shandong International Financial Center Jinan  China 428 m 1,404 ft 88 2022 [73]
78 Nanjing Financial City Phase II Plot C Tower 1 Nanjing  China 426 m 1,348 ft 88 ? [74]
79 270 Park Avenue New York  United States 423 m 1,388 ft 63 2024 It will replace the old building 270 Park Avenue.[75]
80 Nanjing Olympic Suning Tower Nanjing  China 420 m 1,379 ft 99 ? [76]
81 Ningbo Center Ningbo  China 409 m 1,342 ft 80 2023 [77]
82 Eye of Spring Trade Center 1 Kunming  China 407 m 1,336 ft 100 Began construction but put on hold.[78]
83 Bein Arim Tower Tel Aviv  Israel 400 m 1,312 ft 100 [79]

Tallest by country[edit]

Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE, the current tallest building in the world
China will be home to 21 of the world's tallest 50 skyscrapers by 2020.
Dubai will have four of the world's future tallest 50 buildings, including the world's current tallest.
New York City will have five of the world's future tallest 50 buildings, with two of these currently under construction.

This section lists the total number of future tallest buildings by country.

44 
 China
 UAE
 USA
 Israel
 Malaysia
 Thailand
 South Korea
 Saudi Arabia
 Egypt
 Russia
 Bangladesh
 Cambodia
 India
 Indonesia
 Kuwait
 Mexico
 Morocco
 Pakistan
 Sri Lanka
 Taiwan

Tallest by city[edit]

Listed here are the cities with multiple future tallest buildings in the world.

United Arab Emirates Dubai
United States New York City
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
China Suzhou
China Tianjin
China Hefei
Israel Ramat Gan

Tallest by continent[edit]

The following table is a list of the future tallest buildings by each continent or geographic region (Oceania). Buildings included are either under construction, on hold or proposed.

Continent Building City Country Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Completion Status
Asia
(see: list[80])
Jeddah Tower Jeddah Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 1,000 m 3,281 ft 167 ? On hold[81]
Africa
(see: list)
Oblisco Capitale New Capital  Egypt 1,000 m 3,281 ft 165 2030 Approved
North America
(see: list)
Central Park Tower New York  United States 472 m 1,550 ft 98 2021 Topped-out
Europe
(see: list)
Akhmat Tower Grozny  Russia 435 m 1,427 ft 102 ? On hold
Oceania
(see: list)
Southbank by Beulah Tower 1 Melbourne  Australia 366 m 1,200 ft 102 ? Approved

[82]

South America
(see: list)
Forza Tower Bogota  Colombia 460 m 1,509 ft 116 ? Proposed

[83]

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