List of tallest buildings in Alabama

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Birmingham, largest city and metropolitan area
Huntsville, second largest metropolitan area
Mobile, third largest metropolitan area
Montgomery, fourth largest metropolitan area

Below is a table containing the twenty tallest buildings in the state of Alabama. The tallest building in the state is the RSA Battle House Tower, which was completed in 2007. The list includes ten in Birmingham, five in Mobile, and two or less in any other city.

Tallest buildings[edit]

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year City Notes
1 RSA Battle House Tower RSA Battle House Tower 2008.jpg 745 (227) 35 2007 Mobile
19 Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel Mobile.png 277 (84) 28 1983 Mobile
2 Wells Fargo Tower Wachovia Tower cropped Birmingham, AL.jpg 454 (138) 34 1986 Birmingham
4 Regions-Harbert Plaza Regions Harbert Plaza cropped.jpg 437 (133) 32 1989 Birmingham
5 RSA–BankTrust Building 424 (129) 34 1965 Mobile
6 RSA Tower RSA Tower Montgomery 01.jpg 397 (121) 22 1996 Montgomery
7 AT&T City Center AT&T City Center cropped, Birmingham, AL.jpg 391 (119) 30 1972 Birmingham
8 Regions Center SKYSCRAPERS - NARA - 545376.jpg 390 (119) 30 1972 Birmingham
9 Turquoise Place I 377 (115) 30 2009 Orange Beach
10 Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand SA-500D in Dynamic Test Stand Configuration I.jpg 360 (110) 31 1964 Huntsville
11 Mobile Marriott Mobile Marriott 02.jpg 326 (99) 20 1979 Mobile
12 City Federal Building Birmingham City Federal Building.jpg 325 (99) 27 1913 Birmingham
13 Mobile Government Plaza Government Plaza Mobile-2.png 325 (99) 12 1994 Mobile
14 Alabama Power Headquarters Building 321 (98) 18 1990 Birmingham
15 Turquoise Place II 304 (93) 24 2008 Orange Beach
16 Renaissance Tower 300 (92) 4 1991 Florence
17 Thomas Jefferson Hotel Leer Tower, Birmingham, AL.jpg 287 (87) 20 1929 Birmingham
18 John Hand Building First National-John A. Hand Building.jpg 284 (86) 20 1912 Birmingham
19 Daniel Building Daniel Building.jpg 283 (86) 20 1970 Birmingham
20 Two North Twentieth 273 (83) 17 1962 Birmingham

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