List of tallest buildings in Jacksonville
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This list of tallest buildings in Jacksonville ranks skyscrapers and high-rises in the U.S. city of Jacksonville, Florida, by height. The tallest building in Jacksonville is currently the Bank of America Tower, which stands 617 feet (188 m) tall.
This list ranks Jacksonville skyscrapers that stand at least 162 feet (50 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Existing structures are included for ranking purposes based on height at time of inclusion.
feet / m
|1||Bank of America Tower||50 North Laura Street||617 / 188||42||1990||Formerly known as the Barnett Center|
|2||Wells Fargo Center||1 Independent Drive||535 / 163||37||1974||Formerly known as the Independent Life Building and the Modis Building; tallest building in Florida from 1974 to 1990.|
|3||TIAA Bank Center||301 West Bay Street||447 / 136||32||1983||Formerly known as the BellSouth (Southern Bell) Tower and the AT&T Tower|
|4||The Peninsula at St. Johns Center||1401 Riverplace Boulevard||437 / 133||36||2006||Tallest residential building in Jacksonville.|
|5||Riverplace Tower||1301 Riverplace Boulevard||432 / 132||28||1967||Formerly known as the Gulf Life Tower. Was the world's tallest precast, post-tensioned concrete structure until 2002.|
|6||SunTrust Tower||76 South Laura Street||357 / 109||24||1989||Formerly known as Jacksonville Center|
|7||The Strand at St. Johns Center||1401 Riverplace Boulevard||328 / 100||28||2006|
|8||Aetna Building||841 Prudential Drive||309 / 94||22||1954||Previously known as the Prudential Building|
|9||Two Prudential Plaza||San Marco Boulevard||305 / 93||21||1985|
|10||One Enterprise Center||225 Water Street||299 / 91||21||1986||Previously known as the Wells Fargo Tower, Wachovia Tower, First Union Bank Tower, and Florida National Bank Building|
|11||Blue Cross Blue Shield Building||532 Riverside Avenue||287 / 88||19||1971|
|12||BB&T Building||200 West Forsyth Street||278 / 85||18||1974|
|13||John Milton Bryan Simpson United States Courthouse||300 North Hogan Street||277 / 85||15||2002|
|16||JEA Tower||21 West Church Street||268 / 82||19||1963||Originally known as the Universal-Marion Building|
|17||JEA Office Building||233 West Duval Street||260 / 79||18||1955||Originally the Independent Life Office Building|
|18||CSX Transportation Building||500 Water Street||253 / 77||17||1960|
|19||Berkman Plaza I||400 East Bay Street||250 / 76||23||2003|
|20||San Marco Place||1300 Riverplace Boulevard||246 / 75||21||2006|
|21||Baptist Medical Pavilion||800 Prudential Drive||230 / 70||18||1986|
|22||Barnett National Bank Building||112 West Adams Street||223 / 68||18||1926|
|23||Hyatt Regency Jacksonville||225 Coast Line Drive East||216 / 66||18||2001||Formerly known as the Adams Mark Hotel|
|24||11 East Forsyth||11 East Forsyth Street||200 / 61||17||1926|
|25||Omni Jacksonville Hotel||245 Water Street||190 / 58||16||1987|
|26||Cathedral Terrace||701 North Ocean Street||190 / 58||21||1974|
|27||Mount Carmel Garden Apartments||5846 Mount Carmel Terrace||190 / 58||17||1972|
|28||Cathedral Townhouse||501 North Ocean Street||186 / 57||18||1970|
|29||Riverside Presbyterian Apartments||1045 Oak Street||183 / 56||18||1973|
|30||550 Water Street||550 Water Street||180 / 55||14||1982|
|31||Fidelity National Financial Tower 2||601 Riverside Avenue||180 / 55||13||2007|
|32=||Cathedral Towers||601 North Newman Street||177 / 54||17||1968|
|32=||Residences at City Place||311 West Ashley Street||177 / 54||17||1949||Originally St. John's Apartments, Ashley Tower Apartments, Tower Place|
|34||The Carling||33 West Adams Street||171 / 52||13||1926||AKA American Heritage Life Building and the Carling Hotel|
Chronology of the tallest buildings in Jacksonville
ft / m
|1902–1909||Dyal-Upchurch Building||82 / 25||6||1902||Built after the Great Fire of 1901. The tallest building in Florida until 1909.|
|1909–1912||121 Atlantic Place||135 / 41||10||1909||The tallest building in Florida until 1912.|
|1912–1913||Florida Life Building||148 / 45||11||1912||Part of the Laura Street Trio. The tallest building in Florida until 1913.|
|1913–1926||Heard National Bank Building||180 / 55||15||1913||The tallest building in Florida until 1925. It is the only one of Jacksonville's and Florida's tallest buildings since 1902 to have been demolished. It was torn down in 1981; the Bank of America Tower now stands on the site.|
|1926–1954||Barnett National Bank Building||224 / 68||18||1926|||
|1954–1967||Aetna Building||309 / 94||22||1955||Originally the Prudential Insurance Building. Aetna is slated to move to the suburbs in August, 2017.|
|1967–1974||Riverplace Tower||417 / 127||28||1967||Tallest building in Florida until 1972.|
|1974–1990||Wells Fargo Center||535 / 163||37||1974||Formerly known as the Independent Life Building and the Modis Building. Tallest building in Florida until 1981, and the last of the tallest to be in Jacksonville.|
|1990–present||Bank of America Tower||617 / 188||42||1990||Jacksonville's current tallest building|
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