List of tallest buildings in Croatia

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This list of tallest buildings in Croatia ranks buildings in Croatia by official height.

The tallest structure in Croatia is the 340-metre (1,120 ft) chimney of the Plomin Power Station in Plomin, Istria. The tallest Croatian skyscraper is Dalmatia Tower in Split. It is 135-metre (443 ft) tall and it is to be officially completed by the end of 2020. First skyscraper was Loewy Building built in 1933, it has 9 floors and it is 50-metre (160 ft) tall, it was built in Zagreb. One of the most popular skyscrapers in Zagreb is Neboder - Ilica 1, it was renovated in 2006 but originally is completed in 1958.

Tallest buildings[edit]

The following ranks existing 40 buildings over 50 metres (160 ft) in Croatia by height.

  Was the tallest skyscraper in Croatia upon completion
Rank Name Location Height
meters / feet
Floors Year Notes Image
1 Dalmatia Tower Split 135 (443) 29 2020 Tallest skyscraper in Croatia. Still under construction. Dalmatia Tower Split Croatia September 2020.png
2 Strojarska Business Center Zagreb 96.15 (315.5) 25 2015 Second tallest skyscraper in Croatia [1] VMD kvart.jpg
3 Euro Tower I Zagreb 96 (315) 26 2006 Headquarters of the Zagreb Stock Exchange and third tallest skyscraper in Croatia.[2] Eurotower Zagreb.jpg
4 Turnić, Rijeka Rijeka 96 (315) 30 1975 Skyscrapersrijeka.jpg
5 Zagrepčanka [2] Zagreb 95 (312) 27 1976 Zagrepcanka dan.jpg
6 Cibona Tower Zagreb 92 (302) 22 1987 Home of KK Cibona basketball team.[2] Cibona Tower 2006.jpg
7 Zagrebtower [2] Zagreb 82.5 (271) 22 2006
8 Sky Office Tower Zagreb 81 (266) 22[3] 2012 Sky Office Tower 01.JPG
9 Rastočine Rijeka 80 (260) 25 1973
10 Panorama Hotel Zagreb Zagreb 70.2 (230) 20 Four Points Panorama Hotel Zagreb.jpg
11 Prisavlje 6-12 [2] Zagreb 73.1 (240) 25 Neboderi Prisavlje 6-12.JPG
12 Trešnjevačka Ljepotica Zagreb 73 (240) 24 1969 Neboder Tresnjevka03.JPG
13 Braće Domany 2-8 [2] Zagreb 73 (240) 23 Zgrade-Srednjaci02.JPG
14 Super Andrija Zagreb 72 (236) 14 1973 Residential building in Zagreb suburb Siget Stambeni neboder Super Andrija.JPG
15 Richter's Skyscrapers Zagreb 70 (230) 22 1968 Colloquially called Rakete ("The Rockets") due to their shape.[2] Richterove Rakete Zagreb.jpg
16 HOTO Tower Zagreb 67.5 (221) 16 2004 Also known as T-Com Tower.[2]
17 Vjesnik [2] Zagreb 67 (220) 16 1972 First Croatian journalistic skyscraper [4] View towards south-west on Vjesnik skyscraper.jpg
18 Neboder - Ilica 1 Zagreb 66.5 (218) 18 1958 Neboder Ilica Zagreb.jpg
19 Westin Hotel Zagreb Zagreb 64.5 (212) 17 1970 Westin Zagreb Hotel.jpg
20 Green Gold Tower Zagreb 63.5 (208) 17[5] late 2011 [6] Green Gold Tower, Zagreb.JPG
21 Tower Centar Rijeka Rijeka 63 (207) 17 2007 Tower centar 040408.jpg
22 Hotel Osijek [7] Osijek 62.5 (205) 16 1977 Hotel Osijek 1.jpg
23 Četverolist Osijek 60 (200) 18 1973 Četverolist Osijek.jpg
24 HRT Building Zagreb 60 (200) 6 1975 Zgrada HRT Zagreb.jpg
25 Chromos Tower [2] Zagreb 58.5 (192) 15 1989 Chromos Tower Zagreb cropped.jpg
26 West Gate Tower A Split 55 (180) 12 2016 Westgate Tower A day.jpg
27 Eurodom Osijek Osijek 53 (174) 13 2015 Neboder Eurodom Osijek.jpg
28 Crveni neboder Osijek 52.7 (173) 14 1968 Crveni neboder Osijek.jpg
29 Industrogradnja Zagreb 50 (160) 15 Industrogradnjina zgrada.jpg
30 Papagajke Zagreb 51 (167) 14 Zgrade Papagajke, Trešnjevka.JPG
31 Ibler Building Zagreb 51 (167) 9 1958 Drveni neboder, Marticeva.jpg
32 Avenue Mall Building Zagreb 51 (167) 14 2005 Avenue Mall Zagreb.jpg
33 Zadarska Street Building Zagreb 51 (167) 14 Neboder, Selska cesta.JPG
34 FER Building Zagreb 50 (160) 14 1956 FER Zagreb.jpg
35 Euroherc Building Zagreb 50 (160) 14 2006 Euroherc neboder01.JPG
36 Eurotower II Zagreb 50 (160) 14 2008 Eurotower8.jpg

Under construction, approved, proposed[edit]

This list contains tallest buildings in Croatia which are under construction, approved or proposed since 2017.

Under construction[edit]

Rank Name Location Height
meters / feet
Floors above ground Notes Image
1 Dalmatia Tower[8] Split 135m 28 + ground level Under construction/is set to become Croatia's tallest skyscraper upon completion. Westgate Tower B night construction.jpg

Approved[edit]

Rank Name Location Height
meters / feet
Floors above ground Notes
1 Zagreb Blato Complex Zagreb ~46 Approved, complex of buildings highest 46 floors, when completed will be the tallest building in Croatia[citation needed]
2 Jarun Panorama [[]] [9][10] Zagreb 150 37 Approved
3 Poslovni Centar Savica [11] Zagreb 137 37 Approved
4 Crodux Twin Towers [12] Zagreb 145 35 Approved
5 Podbrežje Office Tower Zagreb 30 Approved
6 Tower 121 (LSProperty group) Zagreb 25 Approved
7 Zavrtnica Zagreb 23 Approved, complex of four buildings
8 Toranj kongresnog centra Zagreb 22 Approved
9 HB Reavis Toranj Zagreb 21 Approved
10 GTC Zagreb 17 Approved
11 Verdispar Zagreb 17 Approved, complex of three buildings

Proposed[edit]

Rank Name Location Height
meters / feet
Floors above ground Notes
1 East Side Tower Zagreb ~200 51 Proposed; if built, it will become the tallest skyscraper in Croatia
2 IGH HQ Zagreb 174 48 Proposed
3 Savica Tower Zagreb 140 45 Proposed
4 Autoservisov blizanac Zagreb 160 41 Proposed
5 Gredelj Office Tower Zagreb 137 Proposed
6 Jarun panorama Zagreb 37 Proposed, complex of buildings
7 Heinzelova – Vukovarska Croatiabus Zagreb 35 Proposed two buildings
8 Obrtnički Centar Zagreb Zagreb 30 Proposed
9 Zagreb Arena Shopping centar Twin Towers Zagreb 100 Proposed
10 South-East Gate Tower Zagreb 26 Proposed
11 Savski park - zapad Zagreb 9-25 Proposed, complex of buildings
12 Kupska toranj Zagreb 20 Proposed
13 Toranj Zagrebačka Zagreb 17 Proposed

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Zagreb.

Name Location Height
meters / feet
Floors Year Notes Image
Ibler Building Zagreb 51 (167) 14 1958 Drveni neboder, Marticeva.jpg
Neboder - Ilica 1 Zagreb 66.5 (218) 18 1958 Neboder Ilica Zagreb.jpg
Vjesnik[2] Zagreb 67 (220) 16 1972 First Croatian journalistic skyscraper[13] View towards south-west on Vjesnik skyscraper.jpg
Super Andrija Zagreb 72 (236) 14 1973 Residential building in Zagreb suburb Siget Stambeni neboder Super Andrija.JPG
Zagrepčanka[2] Zagreb 95 (312) 27 1976 Zagrepcanka dan.jpg
Euro Tower I Zagreb 96 (315) 26 2006 Headquarters of the Zagreb Stock Exchange and second tallest skyscraper in Croatia.[2]
Strojarska Business Center Zagreb 96.15 (315.5) 25 2015 Tallest skyscraper in Croatia[14] VMD kvart.jpg

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Završena gradnja najvećeg nebodera u Hrvatskoj". Večernji.hr. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Emporis GmbH. "Zagreb - Buildings - EMPORIS". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Tehnička specifikacija". Sky Office - Zagreb. Zagreb Montaža. Archived from the original on 2011-07-05. Retrieved 2011-07-15.
  4. ^ "VJESNIKOV NEBODER: Dramatični život prvog novinarskog tornja". Jutarnji.hr. 2015-07-05. Retrieved 2015-09-04.
  5. ^ "Green Gold Magazin" (PDF). Greengold.hr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-03. Retrieved 2015-09-04.
  6. ^ "Projekt". Kastel-zagreb.hr. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  7. ^ Emporis GmbH. "Osijek - Buildings - EMPORIS". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  8. ^ "Najveći hotelski lanac na svijetu sljedeće godine otvara luksuzni hotel u splitskom Westgateu: 'Inače odabiremo glavne gradove, ali u Hrvatskoj smo napravili iznimku'". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). 4 May 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018.
  9. ^ https://novac.jutarnji.hr/aktualno/nakon-12-godina-krece-projekt-jarun-panorama-kojeg-su-pratile-brojne-kontroverze/9656095/
  10. ^ https://vimeo.com/375864964
  11. ^ "Zagrebačka skupština većinom za gradnju Poslovno-stambenog centra Savica". Poslovni dnevnik. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  12. ^ "Crodux to get winning twin tower complex in Croatia". Worldconstructionnetwork.com. Retrieved 2 September 2015.[permanent dead link]
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  14. ^ "Završena gradnja najvećeg nebodera u Hrvatskoj". Večernji.hr. Retrieved 2 September 2015.

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