List of tallest buildings in London, Ontario

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The central business district of London Ontario.
Birds-eye view of the CBD of London.
One London Place, the city's tallest building, completed in 1992
City Centre Towers, the south tower was the tallest building in London from 1974 until 1992.
Delta London Armouries Hotel

London is the largest city in Southwestern Ontario. In London, there are 16 buildings that stand taller than 70 metres (230 ft). The tallest building in the city is the 24-storey, 113.4 m (372 ft) One London Place.[1] This building is the tallest office building in Ontario outside of Toronto. Originally there were plans to construct a twin tower called Two London Place, however, due to the recession of the early ’90s, this structure was never built. The second-tallest building in the city is City Centre Tower South, standing at 96 m (315 ft) tall with 23 storeys.

As of July 2015, the city contains 13 skyscrapers over 80 m (262 ft) and 136 high-rise buildings that exceed 35 m (115 ft) in height.[2]

Additionally, there are 10 high-rises that are planned to reach a height of at least 60 metres under construction, approved for construction, and proposed for construction in London.

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks London high-rises that stand at least 60 m (197 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.

Buildings completed as of July, 2015
Rank Building Height Storeys Completed
1 One London Place[3]
(Office)
113.4 m 24 1992
2 City Centre Tower South[4]
(Office)
96 m 23 1974
3 Renaissance North[5]
(Residential)
93.2 m 28 2009
3 Renaissance South[6]
(Residential)
93.2 m 28 2012
4 City Centre Tower North[7]
(Office)
89 m 19 1974
5 Talbot Centre West[8]
(Office)
88 m 18 1990
5 Talbot Centre East[9]
(Office)
88 m 18 1990
6 Colborne Centre South Tower[10]
(Residential)
88 m 26 1987
6 Colborne Centre North Tower[11]
(Residential)
88 m 26 1987
7 Colborne Place[12]
(Residential)
87 m 24 1987
8 REVO on King West[13]
(Residential)
86.2 m 23 2012
9 CityPlace East[14]
(Residential)
81 m 25 2004
10 CityPlace West[15]
(Residential)
80 m 25 2004
11 London Towers East[16]
(Residential)
81 m 23 1974
12 Hilton London[17]
(Hotel)
79 m 22 1975
13 Middlesex County Court House[18]
(Government)
77 m 16 1974
14 REVO on King East[19]
(Residential)
75 m 21 2014
15 Delta London Armouries Hotel[20]
(Hotel)
71.5 m 20 1987
16 The Harriston[21]
(Residential)
70 m 23 2008
17 Royal Bank Tower[22]
(Office)
68 m 14 1973
18 Cherryhill Village I[23]
(Residential)
63 m 17 1973
19 Kingswell Towers[24]
(Residential)
60 m 18 1989

Projects[edit]

This list ranks London high-rises that are under construction, approved for construction and construction proposals that stand at least 30 m (197 ft) tall.

Projects as of July, 2015
Building Height Storeys Year Status
Ayerswood Development Complex I[25] - 35 2015 Proposed
Rygar Tower[26] 108 m (354 ft) 33 2014 Proposed
Ayerswood Development Complex II[27] - 32 2015 Proposed
505 Talbot St.[28] 96 m (315 ft) 30 2014 Approved
50 King St. (County of Middlesex)[29] 95 m (312 ft) 29 2014 Proposed
560/562 Wellington St. (Auburn Developments)[30] 95 m (312 ft) 29 2015 Proposed
96 Ridout [31] - 22 2015 Approved
700 King St. [32] 85 m (279 ft) 21 2015 Proposed
Ayerswood Development Complex III[33] - 19 2015 Proposed
Springbank/Wonderland (York Developments)[34] 66 m (217 ft) 18 2014 Proposed
Ross Park Condos (1240 Richmond)[35] - 17 2015 Proposed
2179-2201 Hyde Park Road I[36] 48 m (157 ft) 16 2015 Under Construction
2179-2201 Hyde Park Road II[37] 48 m (157 ft) 16 2015 Approved
2179-2201 Hyde Park Road III[38] 48 m (157 ft) 16 2015 Approved
Roundhouse Development[39] - 15 - 25 2015 Proposed
545 Fanshawe Park Rd. W I[40] - 14 2015 Approved
Residence on First (The MARQ)[41] 42 m (138 ft) 14 2015 Under Construction
545 Fanshawe Park Rd. W II[42] - 13 2015 Approved

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "One London Place". Retrieved 2011-02-16. 
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