List of tallest buildings in China by city

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This following lists the tallest buildings in China by city, including the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau, and excluding Taiwan. A total of 17 cities featured in this list currently have at least one supertall skyscraper taller than 300 meters. The current tallest building in China is the Shanghai Tower in Shanghai, which rises 632 metres (2073 ft) and was completed in 2016.

Current[edit]

This list includes the tallest (completed or topped out) buildings in China by city. All measurements are as defined and recognised by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). Heights are measured to Architectural Top, with antennae being excluded. Only buildings over 300m are included.

Shanghai Tower in Shanghai currently the tallest building in China
Hong Kong is home to the most completed supertall skyscrapers in China
Guangzhou is home to the 2nd most completed supertall skyscrapers in China
Shanghai is home to the equal 3rd most completed supertall skyscrapers in China
Nanjing is home to the 5th most completed supertall skyscrapers in China
Tianjin is home to the 3rd most under construction supertall skyscrapers in China
City Building Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Built Rank in China
Beijing China World Tower 330 m 1083 ft 74 2010 21
Changzhou Modern Media Center 332 m 1089 ft 57 2013 19
Chongqing Chongqing World Financial Center 339 m 1112 ft 73 2014 [A] 16
Dalian Eton Place Dalian Tower 1 383 m 1257 ft 80 2014 [B] 10
Guangzhou Guangzhou International Finance Center 439 m 1439 ft 103 2010 5
Hong Kong International Commerce Centre 484 m 1588 ft 108 2010 3
Jiangyin Longxi International Hotel 328 m 1076 ft 72 2011 22
Jinan Greenland Puli Center 301 m 988 ft 61 2015 [C] 34
Nanjing Zifeng Tower 450 m 1476 ft 66 2010 4
Shanghai Shanghai Tower 632 m 2073 ft 128 2016 1
Shenyang Moi Center Tower A 311 m 1020 ft 75 2014 [D] 27
Shenzhen Ping An Finance Center 600 m 1969 ft 115 2016 2
Suzhou Gate of the Orient 302 m 990 ft 68 2014 [E] 33
Tianjin Tianjin World Financial Center 337 m 1105 ft 75 2011 17
Wenzhou Wenzhou Trade Center 322 m 1056 ft 68 2011 25
Wuhan Minsheng Bank Building 331 m 1086 ft 68 2008 20
Wuxi The Wharf Times Square 1 339 m 1112 ft 68 2015 [F] 15

Future[edit]

This list includes the tallest under construction or proposed buildings in China by city. Only buildings which will become their city's tallest building upon completion are included. All measurements are as defined and recognised by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). Heights are measured to Architectural Top, with antennae being excluded.[1] Only buildings over 300m are included.

bold Denotes building is currently under construction
City Building Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Completion
Beijing Zhongguo Zun 528 m 1732 ft 108 2018
Changchun Greenland Center 1 300 m 984 ft 80
Changsha Sky City 838 m 2749 ft 202 2014
Chengdu Greenland Center 468 m 1535 ft 116
Chongqing International Commerce Center 1 468 m 1535 ft 99 2017
Dalian Dalian Greenland Center 518 m 1699 ft 88 2017
Dongguan Houjie International Home Furniture Center Building 480 m 1575 ft 102
Fangcheng Jingang Center 328 m 1076 ft 73
Foshan Foshan Suning Plaza Tower 1 340 m 1115 ft 90
Fuzhou Shenglong Global Center 300 m 984 ft 57 2016
Guangzhou The CTF Guangzhou 530 m 1739 ft 111 2017
Guiyang Guizhou Cultural Plaza Orchid Tower 540 m 1772 ft 2018
Haikou Hainan International Exchange Square 450 m 1476 ft 98
Handan Zhongdao International Plaza Tower 1 330 m 1083 ft 66
Hangzhou Bodi Center Tower 1 310 m 1017 ft 55 2016
Hefei Evergrande IFC Main Tower 502 m 1647 ft 112
Huaiyin Yunrun International Tower 317 m 1040 ft 75 2017
Jinan The Evergrande International Finance Center 560 m 1837 ft 135
Kunming Haiya Business Center 428 m 1404 ft 98 2017
Linyi Hengda Center 360 m 1181 ft
Liuzhou Liuzhou International Trade Center 1 338 m 1109 ft 88
Luoyang Shenglong Center 369 m 1211 ft 88
Nanchang Jiangxi Nancheng Greenland Center Plaza 303 m 994 ft 59 2015
Nanning China Resources Centre Block A 439 m 1440 ft 88 2018
Nantong Nantong Center 430 m 1411 ft 88
Ningbo ARA City Light 455 m 1493 ft 95
Qingdao Hai Tian Center Tower 2 369 m 1211 ft 72 2018
Shenyang Pearl of the North 565 m 1854 ft 111 2018
Shijiazhuang International Convention & Exhibition Center 330 m 1083 ft 82
Suzhou Suzhou Zhongnan Center 729 m 2297 ft 138
Taiyuan Taiyuan International Finance Center 333 m 1093 ft 75
Tianjin Goldin Finance 117 597 m 1957 ft 128 2016
Wenling Wenling Sheraton 300 m 984 ft 2019
Wenzhou Wenzhou Lucheng Plaza Landmark Tower 350 m 1148 ft 71
Wuhan Wuhan Greenland Center 636 m 2087 ft 125 2017
Wuhu Riverside Century Plaza Main Tower 318 m 1043 ft 66 2015
Wujiang Greenland Group Suzhou Center 358 m 1175 ft 75
Wuxi Shimao Railway Station Tower 1 358 m 1175 ft
Xiamen Xiamen International Centre 340 m 1115 ft 61 2016
Xi'an Chang'an Plaza 303 m 994 ft 63
Yantai Yantai Shimao No. 1 The Harbour 323 m 1060 ft 59 2015
Yinchuan Greenland Center 301 m 988 ft 57
Zhenjiang Suning Plaza Tower 1 330 m 1082 ft 77 2016
Zhuhai Hengqin Headquarters Tower 2 490 m 1608 ft 106

Statistics[edit]

This section includes the total number of supertall skyscrapers in China by city in graph format. The section is split to separate complete, under construction (or topped out), and proposed supertall skyscrapers by city. Only cities with more than one skyscraper in a given section are included.

Completed[edit]

Hong Kong
Guangzhou
Shanghai
Shenzhen
Nanjing

Under construction[edit]

Shenzhen
Nanjing
Tianjin
Changsha
Chongqing
Guangzhou
Wuhan
Dalian
Nanning
Suzhou
Wuxi
Guiyang
Kunming
Nanchang
Shanghai
Shenyang

Proposed[edit]

Shenzhen
Shenyang
Nanning
Chongqing
Kunming
Beijing
Guiyang
Hefei
Jinan
Tianjin
Wuhan
Changsha
Dalian
Dongguan
Linyi
Ningbo
Qingdao
Suzhou
Wuxi
Yinchuan

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2014.
B. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2014.
C. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2015.
D. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2014.
E. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2014.
F. ^ Topped out, expected completion in 2015.

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