List of tallest buildings and structures in Manchester

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Beetham Tower. The second tallest building in Manchester at 169m.
Deansgate Square, a cluster of four towers under construction. The tallest of which topped out in summer 2018 at a height of 201m becoming Manchester's tallest building while also the tallest building outside London and 5th tallest overall in the UK.

Manchester is a major city and metropolitan borough with a population of 510,772 (2012 est.).[1] It is at the centre of the wider Greater Manchester Urban Area, which had a population of 2.85 million according to the United Kingdom Census 2011, and 3.28 million according to Eurostat 2017. Manchester is historically notable for being the world’s first industrialised city[2] and for the subsequent leading role it played during the Industrial Revolution. The city centre, the location of most of Manchester's tallest buildings and structures, is a regional central business district.[3]

For completed buildings, this list includes the year of completion, the height in metres and feet and its current usage. The tallest completed building in the United Kingdom outside London, the city's Beetham Tower, was completed in October 2006. It is 47 storeys and 169 metres (554 ft) high and consists of residential apartments and a Hilton Hotel.[4] The current tallest structure in Manchester is the incomplete South Tower of the Deansgate Square project which is still under construction as of September 2018. Once completed, it will be the only skyscraper above 200 metres (656 ft) in the United Kingdom outside London.

On the list of tallest structures are the 19th century Manchester Town Hall and the Refuge Assurance Building (now more commonly known as the Palace Hotel) from the early 20th century. The Manchester Assize Courts, once the tallest building in the city at 85 metres, was demolished after suffering unrepairable damage during the Manchester Blitz.

One of the first proposed skyscrapers in the city was the Quay Street Tower, projected to be completed in 1948, which would have stood at 110 metres (361 ft) and would have been the tallest tower in Europe.[5] The proposal was rejected and said to be inconsiderate, as much of the city was still rebuilding after the Manchester Blitz of the Second World War.[5] Most of Manchester's current towers were built during the 1960s and 1970s. This included the 118-metre (387 ft) CIS Tower, the UK's tallest building outside London for 43 years.[6]

Unlike most major cities in the UK, there are no height restrictions and adopt a laissez-faire attitude towards city centre high rises in Manchester. As a result, there has been a renewed interest in building skyscrapers in Manchester and other cities in Britain since the year 2000.[7] Several residential, hotel and office developments are under construction or have recently been built in the city centre, including the Beetham Tower.[4]

There are currently five skyscrapers completed or topped out with a height of 100 metres (328 ft) or more,[8][9] and another six under construction (as of August 2018) at a height of over 100 metres. This is the highest amount of any city in the United Kingdom outside London. Some analysts have suggested that if all current plans come to fruition, there could be 25 towers over 100m in Greater Manchester.[10]

Tallest buildings and structures[edit]

This list ranks structurally complete Manchester buildings and free-standing structures that stand at least 50 metres (164 ft), based on standard height measurement.[11][12] This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equals 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. Buildings that have been demolished are not included.

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Notes
1 Beetham Tower Beetham Tower from below.jpg 169 (554) 47 2006 Currently Manchester's tallest building, the UK's 11th tallest overall, and the tallest building outside London.[13][14]
2 Deansgate Square West Tower Deansgate Square August 2018.jpg 141 (463) 44 2018 Topping out occurred June 2018 (Foremost building in photo).
3 CIS Tower Co-operative Insurance Society Tower, Miller Street, Manchester (2) (geograph 2757249).jpg 118 (387) 25 1962 Was the country's tallest building upon completion. Currently the country's tallest office building outside London.[15][16]
4 17 New Wakefield Street 17 new wakefield 2018.jpg 109 (358) 32 2012 [17]
5 City Tower Sunley Tower, Manchester.jpg 107 (351) 30 1965 [18][19] To the top of the radio antenna mast City Tower is 123 m (404 ft).[20]
6 1 Spinningfields One Spinningfields, Manchester.jpg 92 (302) 20 2017 Topped out[21]
7 Arndale House Manchester Arndale tower.jpg 90 (295) 21 1979 [22][23]
8 Manchester Town Hall Clock Tower Manchester Town Hall from Lloyd St.jpg 87 (285) N/A 1877
9 Cambridge Street Block A Cambridge Street Block A, Manchester.jpg 83 (272) 26 2016 [24]
10= Manchester One (formerly Portland Tower) Portland Tower, Portland St, Manchester.jpg 80 (262) 22 1962 [25][26]
Civil Justice Centre Manchester Civil Justice Centre from Bridge Street.jpg 80 (262) 17 2007 [27][28]
12 3 Hardman Street 1 Hardman Street.jpg 75 (246) 18 2009 [29][30]
13 Church of St Mary Church of St Mary, Hulme.jpg 73.5 (241) N/A 1858 [31]
14 HMP Manchester Tower Strangeways watchtower.jpg 73 (239) N/A 1869 [32]
15 One Angel Square Angel Square, front facade.jpg 72.5 (238) 15 2012 [33]
16 Great Northern Tower Great Northern Tower Manchester.JPG 72 (236) 25 2006 [34][35]
17= Jefferson Place Jefferson Place, Manchester.jpg 70 (230) 21 2007 [36][37]
City of Manchester Stadium Joe Mercer Way - Etihad.jpg 70 (230) N/A 2002 [38][39] Currently being enlarged to increase capacity from 48,000 to 62,000.[40]
19 The Light House The Light House, Manchester.jpg 67 (220) 19 2008 [41][42]
20 Palace Hotel Clock Tower Refuge Assurance Building, Manchester.jpg 66 (217) N/A 1912 [43][44]
21= Cypress Place 65 (213) 20 2009 [45][46]
Britton House Britton House, Manchester.jpg 65 (213) 21 2009 [47][48]
Victoria Mill Victoria Mill, Miles Platting - geograph.org.uk - 185826.jpg 65 (213) N/A 1873 [49]
24= 111 Piccadilly 111 Piccadilly.jpg 64 (210) 18 1965 [50][51]
Skyline Central Skyline Central, Manchester.jpg 64 (210) 20 2007 [52][53]
Albert Bridge House Albert Bridge House.JPG 64 (210) 18 1959 [54][55]
Tempus Tower 64 (210) 20 2006 [56][57]
ISIS Wharf Tower Islingtonwharf2.jpg 64 (210) 21 2008 [58][59]
29 Cambridge Street Block B 63 (207) 21 2016 [24]
30 Peninsula Building Peninsula Building, Manchester.jpg 62.5 (205) 12 2009 [60][61]
31 No. 1 Deansgate Number 1 Deansgate.jpg 62 (203) 17 2002 [62][63]
32 Owens Park Tower Tower Block, Owens Park, Manchester.jpg 61 (200) 19 1964 Planned to be demolished [64][65][66]
33= Maths and Social Sciences Building Maths and Social Science Building.jpg 60 (197) 17 1968 [67]
Chancery Place Chancery Place.jpg 60 (197) 15 2008 [68]
One St Peter's Square Office building and St Peter's Square, Manchester.jpg 60 (197) 14 2014 [69]
St James's Buildings St James's Building.jpg 60 (197) 9 1912 [70]
37 Lowry House Lowry House, Manchester.jpg 58 (190) 15 1973 [71][72]
38= UNITE Tower Unite Tower, Buxton Street, Manchester (geograph 4020075).jpg 57 (188) 19 2007 [73][74]
ATS Site Block 1 57 (188) 18 2008 [75]
3 Piccadilly Place Three Piccadilly Place.jpg 57 (188) 13 2008 [76][77][78]
Minshull Street Courts Clock Tower Tower and chimney stack designed by Thomas Worthington.JPG 57 (188) N/A 1871 [79][80]
42= Leftbank Apartments Leftbank Apartments, Manchester.jpg 56 (184) 16 2006 [81][82]
Ramada Renaissance Hotel Ramada Renaissance Hotel Manchester.jpg 56 (184) 15 1972 [83][84]
Church of the Holy Name of Jesus Image-The Holy Name of Jesus, Manchester-2.jpg 56 (184) N/A 1928 [85][86]
45= St James's House St James's House, Charlotte Street, Manchester.jpg 55 (180) 17 1964 [87][88]
1 New York Street One New York Street.JPG 55 (180) 13 2009 [89]
Bank Chambers Bank Chambers, Manchester.jpg 55 (180) 13 1971 [90][91]
Royal Exchange Theatre 2004-10-09 Royal Exchange.jpg 55 (180) 8 1922 [92]
49 No. 1 Marsden Street 53 (174) 12 2002 [93][94]
50 82 King Street King Street Building.JPG 52 (171) 13 1995 [95][96]
51 ATS Site Block 2 51 (167) 16 2008 [97]

Tallest under construction, approved and proposed[edit]

Under construction[edit]

This lists buildings that are under construction in Manchester and are planned to rise at least 50 metres (164 ft). Under construction buildings that have already been topped out are listed above.

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year (est.) Notes
1 Deansgate Square South Tower Deansgate square October 2018 201 (658) 64 2019 Construction commenced July 2016. Groundworks complete and tower crane erected by November 2016. Topping out occurred October 2018 with final completion in 2019. Will be Manchester's tallest building when complete.
2 Deansgate Square East Tower Owen Street Towers 4 and 1.jpg 158 (518) 50 2020 Construction commenced early 2018. Topping out scheduled for 2019 with completion 2020.
3 Crown Street Tower 152 (498) 52 2021 Groundworks started on 03/07/2018
4 Deansgate Square North Tower Owen Street Towers 4 and 1.jpg 122 (400) 37 2020 Construction commenced early 2018.
5 Oxygen Tower 109 (357) 33 2020 Construction was due to commence in early 2016 but officially started June 2017.
6 Angel Gardens Angel Gardens 22 July.jpg 108 (344) 36 2019 Construction commenced in January 2017.[98]
7 Axis Tower AXIS Ausust 2018 (1).jpg 93 (305) 28 2018 [99] Construction underway. Topped out as of August 2018.
8 One Regent 82 (269) 28 2016 Nearing completion
9 2/4 Chester Road 61 (200) 21 2020 Groundworks started July 2017.
10 Manchester Business School Hotel 60 (196) 19 2017 [100] Nearing completion
11 Landmark 59 (193) 14 2020 Groundworks started June 2017.

Approved[edit]

This lists buildings that are approved for construction in Manchester and are planned to rise at least 50 metres (164 ft).

Rank Name Use Height Floors Notes
metres feet
1 Trinity Tower X Residential and retail 213 699 67 Approved July 2017, Due to start late 2018. Will surpass Deansgate Square South as Manchester's tallest building when complete.
2 St. Johns Tower Residential and Hotel 168 552 52 Apart of the Allied London master plan for the old Granada Studios. Approved October 2016.
3 Trinity Tower V Residential and retail 140 460 44 Approved July 2017, Due to start late 2018
4 Viadux Residential and Office 138 453 40 Approved July 2017.
5 Trinity Tower Y Residential and retail 128 420 40 Approved July 2017, Due to start late 2018
6 River Street Tower Residential and recreation 125 410 42 On hold
7 10–12 Whitworth Street Residential 117 384 36 Site clearance finished Summer 2017. Construction to commence late 2018.[101]
8 Affinity Living Circle Square Student Accommodation 116 380 35 On going works onsite with other approved buildings.
=9 Nickel Residential and retail 115 378 36 Apart of the Allied London master plan for the old Granada Studios. Approved March 2017.
=9 Dime Residential and retail 115 378 36 Apart of the Allied London master plan for the old Granada Studios. Approved March 2017.
11 Trinity Tower W Residential and retail 97 319 31 Approved July 2017, Due to start early 2018
12 Trinity Tower Z Residential and retail 94 309 29 Approved July 2017, Due to start early 2018
13 Deansgate – Building 2 Hotel 93 305 27 Permission to extend the time limit to develop the site was granted in February 2013.[102][103]
14 Yotel Hotel 72 238 20 Approved November 2013.[104]
15 24 Mount Street Office 72 236 17 Approved 17 October 2014[105][106]
16 Viadux Office 71 233 14 Approved July 2017.
17 Pillo Hotel Hotel 66 216 20 [107]
18 Peterloo House Office 59 194 14 [108]
19 Deansgate – Building 4 Office 50 164 12 Permission to extend the time limit to develop the site was granted in February 2013.[102][103]

Proposed[edit]

This lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Manchester and are planned to rise at least 50 metres (164 ft).

Rank Name Use Height Floors Image Notes
metres feet
1 The Ziggurat Mixed Use 237 778 67 Proposed in 2017[109][110]
2 St. Michael's Tower B Residential & Hotel 138.5 454.4 31 A planning application has been submitted in January 2017. Construction expected to commence in Autumn 2017, and complete in 2020.[111]
3 Angel Meadow Park Residential 128 420 40 Planning application summited May 2017.
4 St. Michael's Tower A Office 105.2 345.1 21 A planning application has been submitted in January 2017. Construction expected to commence in Autumn 2017, and complete in 2020.[112]
5 Unite Tower Student Accommodation 92 302 30 Planning application summited July 2017.
6 Astley & Byrom House Office 76 249 14 Quay Street. Public consultation ended 11 October 2013.[113]
=7 Angelgate North Block Residential 50 164 14 Planning Application submitted 19 August 2014.[114]
Angelgate South Block Residential 50 164 14 Planning Application submitted 19 August 2014[114]

Unbuilt[edit]

This lists proposals for the construction of buildings in Manchester that were planned to rise at least 100 metres (328 ft), for which planning permission was rejected or which were otherwise withdrawn.

Rank Name Use Height Floors Year Image Notes
metres feet
1 Intercontinental Tower Hotel and residential 200 656 48 2010 The tower would have featured a helipad and two decorative spires.
2 Piccadilly Tower Hotel and residential 188 617 58 2010 Construction began in January 2008 but was placed on hold in September 2008 due to the state of the economy.[115] The proposed development would provide 700 residential units, a 250-bed hotel, shops and restaurants, plus new public spaces and walkways along the Ashton Canal which neighbours the site.[8]
3 Vector Arena Tower Hotel 186 610 36 2003 [116]
4 Albany Crown Tower Hotel/Offices/Residential 160 520 54 2010
5 1 Hardman Square Office 140 459 36 2004 [117] Superseded by 1 Spinningfields.
6 Urban Splash Development Office 137 449 30 2006 [118]
7 Whitworth Street West Residential 128 420 42 2007 [119]
8 Zarachie Tower Residential 116 381 36 Also known as 'Gravity Tower', and 'Store Street Tower'. Accommodation would have consisted of one- and two-bedroom flats; the 34th floor would have had four three-bedroom duplex flats. Plans also included two floors of commercial and retail space.[120]
9 Quay Street Tower Office 110 361 36 1948 A proposed extension to Sunlight House[121]

Demolished[edit]

Rank Name Use Completed Demolished Height Floors Image Notes
metres feet
1 Manchester Assize Courts Government 1864 1957 85 278 7 Assize Courts, Manchester.jpg Once the tallest building in Manchester. Damaged beyond repair during the Manchester Blitz and demolished in 1957 after World War II.[122]
2 Mathematics Tower University 1968 2005 75 246 18 Maths Tower, University of Manchester 2.jpg [123]
3 B of the Bang Monuments 2005 2009 55 180 B of the Bang - 2005.jpg Was the tallest sculpture in the UK. The sculpture was cut up and put in storage in 2009 due to the spikes that form it falling off on several occasions since completion, making it unsafe.[124]

Timeline of tallest buildings and structures[edit]

Manchester's skyline has been built up mostly over recent years. The CIS Tower kept the title of tallest building in Manchester for 44 years until the Beetham Tower was completed in 2006. The 169m tall Beetham Tower could lose the title should South Tower at Deansgate Square be completed.

Years tallest Name Use Height Floors Notes
metres feet
1858–1864 (6 years) Church of St Mary Place of Worship 73.5 241 [31]
1864–1877 (13 years) Manchester Assize Courts Tower 85 278 7 [32]
1877–1962 (85 years) Manchester Town Hall Clock Tower Clocktower 87 285 N/A [125][126]
1962–2006 (44 years) CIS Tower Office 118 387 25 [15][16]
2006–present Beetham Tower Hotel and residential 169 554 47 [13][14]

*Italics denote a building that no longer exists due to demolition.

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