List of tallest buildings in Manchester, New Hampshire

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Manchester is a city in Hillsborough County in southern New Hampshire, United States. It has a population of over 110,000 people and about 10 skyscrapers. This article is a list of the tallest buildings in Manchester and New Hampshire.

Rank Name Image Height Floors Year Notes
01.01 City Hall Plaza Manch-DownTown.jpg 275 ft (84 m) 22 1994 The tallest building in New Hampshire since its completion in 1994, succeeding the Hampshire Plaza (now Brady Sullivan Plaza). The tallest building in New England north of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
01.02 Brady Sullivan Plaza Hampshire Plaza.jpg 259 ft (79 m) 20 1972 The tallest building in New Hampshire from 1972 until 1994.
01.03 Wall Street Apartments
Wall Street Tower Apts, Nov. 2016.jpg
223 ft (68 m) 18 1985 Used to have a restaurant on the top floor.
01.04 WZID Tower 194 ft (59 m) 5 1991 194-foot communications tower on top of the WZID Building.
01.05 Radisson Hotel 187 ft (57 m) 12 1983 Hotel and residential building.
01.06 Brady Sullivan Tower 180 ft (55 m) 14 1970 Briefly was tallest building in New Hampshire.
01.07 Burns High Rise 161 ft 13 Residential. Tallest building on West Side.
01.08 Carpenter Center 148 ft (45 m) 12 ~1920 Once the biggest hotel in Manchester.
01.09 Citizens Bank Building 131 ft (40 m) 10 1913 Manchester's first high-rise.
01.010 Hampshire Towers 127 12 1973 Condos.
01.011 Pariseau Building 126 ft (38 m) 11 1973 Residential.
01.012 O'Malley High Rise 112 ft (34 m) 9 Residential.
01.012 Kalivas High Rise 112 ft (34 m) 9 Residential.
01.012 Residences at Manchester Place 112 ft (34 m) 9 2005 Residential.
01.015 1155 Elm Street 100 ft (30 m) 8 1986
01.015 Elliot Hospital 100 ft (30 m) 8 ~300 beds
01.017 Center of New Hampshire 92.5 ft (28.2 m) 7 1985 Attached to Radisson.
01.018 SNHU Arena Verizon Wireless Arena front.jpg 92 ft (28 m) 3 2001 Hockey, concert and basketball arena.
01.019 Norris Cotton Federal Building 87 ft (27 m) 7 1976
01.019 Govorner Hugh J. Gallen Apartments 87 ft (27 m) 7
01.019 Catholic Medical Center 87 ft (27 m) 7 1978 300+ beds
01.022 VA Hospital 75 ft (23 m) 6 1950
01.022 WMUR Building 75 ft (23 m) 4 1987 Headquarters for "New Hampshire's Number One News Team".

Coordinates: 42°59′39.3″N 71°27′56.0″W / 42.994250°N 71.465556°W / 42.994250; -71.465556