List of tallest buildings in Argentina

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The tallest buildings in Argentina are primarily residential and are almost all located in Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital city and a major metropolitan area within South America.[1] Most of the buildings were completed after 2000, with some notable exceptions being the Kavanagh building, an Art Deco skyscraper completed in 1936, and the Alas Building, commissioned by President Juan Perón in 1950 and completed in the late 1950s.[2]

On September 10, 2014, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner also announced the awarding of a contract to construct a 335-metre-tall building, the "Polo Audiovisual", in Buenos Aires to serve as the headquarters of the biggest film-making studios in Latin America. The building was planned to be the tallest in Latin America,[3] but as of 2016 the project remains in limbo.

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks completed and topped out buildings in Argentina that stand at least 390 feet (119 m) 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. An asterisk (*) indicates that the building is still under construction, but has been topped out. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Location Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
1 Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta (Torre Cavia) Torres Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta desde FC Belgrano.JPG Buenos Aires
34°34′32.6″S 58°24′18″W / 34.575722°S 58.40500°W / -34.575722; -58.40500
01.0567 (173) 49 2010
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 2009 until 2016.[4][5][6]
2 Renoir II Renoir II (en construcción).jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′36″S 58°21′42.6″W / 34.61000°S 58.361833°W / -34.61000; -58.361833
01.0562 (171) 52 2015
[7][8]
3 Mulieris Towers TorresMulieris.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′46″S 58°21′40″W / 34.61278°S 58.36111°W / -34.61278; -58.36111
01.0530 (161) 44 2009
Tallest buildings in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 2008 until 2009.[9]
4= El Faro I Torres El Faro en Puerto Madero.jpg Buenos Aires
34°34′47″S 58°21′40.1″W / 34.57972°S 58.361139°W / -34.57972; -58.361139
01.0525 (160) 46 2003
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 2002 until 2008.[10]
4= El Faro II Torres El Faro en Puerto Madero.jpg Buenos Aires
34°34′47″S 58°21′40.1″W / 34.57972°S 58.361139°W / -34.57972; -58.361139
01.0525 (160) 46 2005
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 2004 until 2008, along with El Faro I.[11]
4= YPF Tower Buenos Aires, Argentina-01.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′20″S 58°21′45″W / 34.60556°S 58.36250°W / -34.60556; -58.36250
01.0525 (160) 36 2008
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 2007 until 2008, along with El Faro I and El Faro II.[12]
7 Le Parc Tower Torre Le Parc (Palermo).jpg Buenos Aires
34°34′30.6″S 58°25′17.2″W / 34.575167°S 58.421444°W / -34.575167; -58.421444
01.0518 (158) 51 1994
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from 1993 until 2002.[13][14]
8 Château Puerto Madero Residence Torres Chateau y El Faro.JPG Buenos Aires
34°36′46.7″S 58°21′36.5″W / 34.612972°S 58.360139°W / -34.612972; -58.360139
01.0511 (156) 50 2010
[15][16]
9 BBVA Tower* Torre BBVA (12).JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′52.45″S 58°22′12.48″W / 34.5979028°S 58.3701333°W / -34.5979028; -58.3701333
01.0508 (155) 33 2016
Topped out in April 2015.[17][18]
10 Galicia Central Tower Torre Galicia Central (1).JPG Buenos Aires
34°36′20.5″S 58°22′21.5″W / 34.605694°S 58.372639°W / -34.605694; -58.372639
01.0476 (145) 33 2007
[19][20]
11= Le Parc Puerto Madero - Torre del Río Le Parc Puerto Madero.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′40.7″S 58°21′37.7″W / 34.611306°S 58.360472°W / -34.611306; -58.360472
01.0471 (144) 43 2005
[21][22]
11= Le Parc Puerto Madero - Torre del Parque 2011.10.17.150256 Torres Le Parc Puerto Madero Buenos Aires.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′40″S 58°21′39.6″W / 34.61111°S 58.361000°W / -34.61111; -58.361000
01.0471 (144) 43 2006
[23][24]
11= Le Parc Puerto Madero - Torre del Boulevard 2011.10.17.161600 Le Parc Mulieris Madero Buenos Aires.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′41″S 58°21′41.4″W / 34.61139°S 58.361500°W / -34.61139; -58.361500
01.0471 (144) 43 2007
[25][26]
14 Mirabilia Palermo II Mirabilia Towers.jpg Buenos Aires
34°34′56.5″S 58°25′54.7″W / 34.582361°S 58.431861°W / -34.582361; -58.431861
01.0466 (142) 46 2008
[27]
15 Alas Building Edificio Alas.jpg Buenos Aires
34°35′57″S 58°22′14.1″W / 34.59917°S 58.370583°W / -34.59917; -58.370583
01.0463 (141) 42 1955
Tallest building in Buenos Aires and Argentina from its completion in 1955 until 1993.[28][29]
16= Alto Palermo Plaza Torres Alto Palermo.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′08.8″S 58°24′37.5″W / 34.585778°S 58.410417°W / -34.585778; -58.410417
01.0462 (141) 35 1995
[30]
16= Alto Palermo Park Torres Alto Palermo.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′07.9″S 58°24′39.5″W / 34.585528°S 58.410972°W / -34.585528; -58.410972
01.0462 (141) 35 1997
[31]
16= Yacht Towers I Buenos Aires
34°36′14″S 58°21′47.4″W / 34.60389°S 58.363167°W / -34.60389; -58.363167
01.0462 (141) 44 2010
[32]
16= Yacht Towers II Buenos Aires
34°36′16″S 58°21′46.7″W / 34.60444°S 58.362972°W / -34.60444; -58.362972
01.0462 (141) 44 2010
[33]
16= Maui I Torre Maui I.jpg Rosario
32°55′40.6″S 60°39′24″W / 32.927944°S 60.65667°W / -32.927944; -60.65667
01.0462 (141) 47 2014
Tallest building in Rosario and Santa Fe province. Tallest building in Argentina outside of Buenos Aires City.[34][35]
21 Madero Office Torre Madero Office desde Dársena Norte.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′54.8″S 58°21′52.6″W / 34.598556°S 58.364611°W / -34.598556; -58.364611
01.0459 (140) 27 2010
[36][37]
22 Mirabilia Palermo I Mirabilia Towers.jpg Buenos Aires
34°34′56.5″S 58°25′52.9″W / 34.582361°S 58.431361°W / -34.582361; -58.431361
01.0456 (139) 45 2008
[38]
23 BankBoston Tower Torre BankBoston desde Moreau de Justo.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′40.7″S 58°22′17.6″W / 34.594639°S 58.371556°W / -34.594639; -58.371556
01.0450 (137) 35 2001
[39]
24= Dolfines Guaraní I Dolfines Guaraní - Koluso.jpg Rosario
32°55′37.4″S 60°39′32.7″W / 32.927056°S 60.659083°W / -32.927056; -60.659083
01.0448 (137) 45 2010
[40][41]
24= Dolfines Guaraní II Dolfines Guaraní - Koluso.jpg Rosario
32°55′38.3″S 60°39′29.8″W / 32.927306°S 60.658278°W / -32.927306; -60.658278
01.0448 (137) 45 2010
[40][42]
24= Bellini Esmeralda Plaza San Martín Buenos Aires
34°35′50.94″S 58°22′43.78″W / 34.5974833°S 58.3788278°W / -34.5974833; -58.3788278
01.0448 (136) 45 2015
[43][44]
27 Renoir I Torre Renoir 1.JPG Buenos Aires
34°36′36″S 58°21′42.5″W / 34.61000°S 58.361806°W / -34.61000; -58.361806
01.0444 (135) 41 2008
[45][46]
28= Libertador 4444 Buenos Aires
34°34′03.3″S 58°25′52.7″W / 34.567583°S 58.431306°W / -34.567583; -58.431306
01.0443 (135) 45 1994
[47][48]
28= 955 Belgrano Office 955BelgranoOffice.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′45.6″S 58°22′47.8″W / 34.612667°S 58.379944°W / -34.612667; -58.379944
01.0443 (135) 30 2014
[49]
30 Château Libertador Residence Construcción de la Torre Chateau.jpg Buenos Aires
34°32′52.6″S 58°27′23.7″W / 34.547944°S 58.456583°W / -34.547944; -58.456583
01.0436 (133) 40 2009
[50][51]
31 Torre Banco Macro* TorreMacro.jpg Buenos Aires
34°35′38.96″S 58°22′18.34″W / 34.5941556°S 58.3717611°W / -34.5941556; -58.3717611
01.0427 (130) 30 2017
[52][53]
32 Alvear Icon Hotel* TorreAlvearIconHotel.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′38.07″S 58°21′41.66″W / 34.6105750°S 58.3615722°W / -34.6105750; -58.3615722
01.0425 (130) 32 2017
Tallest hotel in Buenos Aires and Argentina.[54][55]
33 Capitalinas I* Torre Capitalinas Radisson (montaje).jpg Córdoba
31°24′25.68″S 64°11′26.94″W / 31.4071333°S 64.1908167°W / -31.4071333; -64.1908167
01.0415 (127) 37 N/D
Tallest building in Córdoba Province.[56]
34= Demetrio Elíades Building EdificioDemetrioElíades.jpg Mar del Plata
38°00′31.6″S 57°32′17″W / 38.008778°S 57.53806°W / -38.008778; -57.53806
01.0410 (125) 40 1969
Tallest building in Mar del Plata and Buenos Aires Province.[57][58]
34= Aqualina Tower Aqualina-Rosario-2010.jpg Rosario
32°57′03.3″S 60°37′44″W / 32.950917°S 60.62889°W / -32.950917; -60.62889
01.0410 (125) 41 2009
[59][60]
36 San Martín 344 San Martín 344.jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′13.7″S 58°22′27.1″W / 34.603806°S 58.374194°W / -34.603806; -58.374194
01.0400 (122) 29 2001
[61][62]
37 Centennial Tower 1 Buenos Aires
01.0397 (121) 37 2004
[63]
38 Carlos Pellegrini Building Edificio Carlos Pellegrini.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′43.7″S 58°22′17.7″W / 34.595472°S 58.371583°W / -34.595472; -58.371583
01.0396 (121) 31 1974
[64][65]
39 Kavanagh Building Edificio Kavanagh Buenos Aires.JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′43.5″S 58°22′28.8″W / 34.595417°S 58.374667°W / -34.595417; -58.374667
01.0395 (120) 30 1936
At the time of construction, it was the tallest building in Latin America and the tallest reinforced concrete structure in the world.[66] It was declared a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers in 1994[67] and a National Historic Monument by the Argentine government in 1999.[68][69] In the year of its completion the building obtained the Municipal Award for Collective Houses and Facades and three years later its facade received a similar award from the American Institute of Architects.[70][71][72]
40= Libertador 380 Libertador 380 (desde Suipacha).JPG Buenos Aires
34°35′25.6″S 58°22′46″W / 34.590444°S 58.37944°W / -34.590444; -58.37944
01.0394 (120) 35 1985
[73][74]
40= Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta (Torre Alcorta) Torres Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta desde FC Belgrano.JPG Buenos Aires
34°34′31.6″S 58°24′16″W / 34.575444°S 58.40444°W / -34.575444; -58.40444
01.0394 (120) 29 2009
[75]
40= Torres de Montañeses - Torre Central Buenos Aires
01.0394 (120) 38 2010
[76]
43= Cosmos Palace Edificio Havanna (Demetrio Elíades) - Mar del Plata, Argentina.JPG Mar del Plata
01.0390 (119) 38 2010
[77][78]
43= Bulnes Tower Torres-de-Bulnes-Zoom.jpg Buenos Aires
01.0390 (119) 37 1997
[79][80]
43= Ruggieri Tower Torres-de-Bulnes-Zoom.jpg Buenos Aires
01.0390 (119) 37 2000
[81][82]

Tallest under construction, approved and proposed[edit]

Under construction[edit]

This lists buildings that are under construction in Argentina and are planned to rise at least 390 feet (119 m). Buildings that have already been topped out are excluded.

Rank Name Image Location Height
ft (m)
Floors Year*
(est.)
Notes
1 Alvear Tower Alvear tower (Puerto Madero).jpg Buenos Aires
34°36′44.5″S 58°21′37.2″W / 34.612361°S 58.360333°W / -34.612361; -58.360333
01.0771 (235) 54 2017
Will be the tallest skyscraper in Argentina upon completion.[83][84][85]
2 Harbour Tower Render Harbour Tower, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires.jpg Buenos Aires
34°37′11.8″S 58°21′35.4″W / 34.619944°S 58.359833°W / -34.619944; -58.359833
01.0617 (188) 52 2019
Will be the second tallest skyscraper in Argentina upon completion.[86][87]
3 Odeón Tower Buenos Aires
34°36′13.8″S 58°22′39.9″W / 34.603833°S 58.377750°W / -34.603833; -58.377750
01.0410 (125) 32 N/D
[88][89]

Approved and proposed[edit]

This lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Argentina and are planned to rise at least 390 feet (119 m).

Name City Height
ft (m)
Floors Year
(est.)
Notes
W Tower Hotel & Office Buenos Aires 722 (220) 52 Proposed in 2016 and designed by Daniel Piana & Associates[90][91]
Capitalinas II Córdoba 415 (127) 37 Approved in 2006, still waiting to begin.[92]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building heights, floor counts or dates of completion has not yet been released.

See also[edit]

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