List of tallest buildings in Sacramento

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Sacramento's skyline from the Riverwalk.

This list of tallest buildings in Sacramento ranks buildings in Sacramento, California, by height. The tallest building in Sacramento is the Wells Fargo Center, which stands 429 feet (129 m) tall. There are many highrise residential towers proposed for Sacramento's downtown.[1]

Tallest buildings[edit]

Wells Fargo Tower, the tallest building in Sacramento
The US Bank Tower, Sacramento's second tallest building
US Bank Plaza, 4th-tallest
The Renaissance Tower, 5th-tallest

This lists ranks Sacramento buildings that stand at least 200 feet (61 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 present height.

Rank Name Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
1 Wells Fargo Center 429 / 129 31 1992 Tallest building in Sacramento. Tallest building completed in the 1990s.[2][3]
2 US Bank Tower 402 / 122 25 2008 This building topped out in 2007 to become the city's second tallest building.[4][5]
3 Bank of the West Tower 396 / 121 25 2009 This building has topped out and is also known as 500 Capital Mall.[6][7]
4 US Bank Plaza 380 / 116 26 1991 [8][9]
5 Renaissance Tower 372 / 113 28 1989 Tallest building constructed in the 1980s.[10][11]
6 Cal/EPA Building 372 / 113 25 2000 [12][13]
7 Capitol Square 351 / 107 25 1992 [14][15]
8 Robert T. Matsui United States Courthouse 350 / 107 18 1999 [16][17]
9 Esquire Plaza 322 / 98 22 1999 [18][19]
10 Sheraton Grand Sacramento 318 / 97 28 2001 This is the tallest hotel in Sacramento.[20][21]
11 California State Capitol 247 / 75 6 1874
12 1201K Tower 238 / 73 18 1992 [22][23]
13 Department of Justice Building 227 / 69 18 1995 [24][25]
14 Elks Club Building 226 / 69 15 1925 Tallest building completed in the 1920s.[26]
15 The Citizen Hotel (originally California Life Insurance) 216 / 66 15 1925 Sacramento's first sky-scraper built in 1925.[27]

Tallest under construction, approved or proposed[edit]

Rank Name Height
feet / m
Floors Year Notes
1 Capitol Grand Tower 1,010 / 308 71-82 N/A No plans yet at this time but soon. This will be Sacramento's tallest building if built in the future. Released 2014
2 Riverfront Tower 805 / 245 58 N/A Released 2014
3 EPIC Tower 640 / 195 51 N/A Project back in discussion talk since 2008 the hard hit economy. Released 2014
4 601 Capitol Mall 575 / 175 38-45 2020 Project now back in discussion talk since 2008 the hardest hit economic and to get it right underway by approval as soon. This was once called the Aura Tower, stopped in 2008 the hardest hit economic. David S. Taylor is planning for the lot area either a business office, hotel or apartments/condos. Released 2014 http://www.dtaylorinterests.com/
5 Metropolitan Tower 446 / 136 41 2020 Approved in 2014. Construction expect to break ground this late fall 2015 as what developer John Saca Says on a magazine, but he's still not sure yet about the project what will be part of it. The tower will be several feet higher than the Wells Fargo Center Tower. Picture: http://www.sactownmag.com/metropolitan_rendering.jpg 2014 More information go here: http://sacadevelopment.wix.com/mariellebiz
6 701 L Street 429 / 131 31 2010 Proposed in 2010.[3][28]
7 Capitol Towers Twin Tower 400 / 121 26 2020 Approved June 12, 2015. Changes keep trees, add more commercial space to Sacramento Commons. A proposed 26-story hotel/condo tower at the northeast part of the project would be moved to be parallel to Seventh Street, with space created for a neighborhood market. This projects' is by a Developer in North Hollywood in Los Angeles. Picture 04-30-2015: http://media.bizj.us/view/img/5758961/sacramentocommonspstreetnorthsouthpromenade*600.png Read more Here Read More Here July 24, 2015: http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2015/07/24/approvals-in-hand-sacramento-commons-developer.html
8 Vanir Tower 378 / 115 26 2018 Released in 2014. A major California builder with deep Sacramento ties has submitted plans to the city for a 26-story headquarters and office tower on J Street across the street from the planned downtown arena and hotel. The proposed Vanir office tower in downtown Sacramento is being designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners of New York, the international architecture firm founded by I.M.Pei, architect of the pyramid Louvre Museum Pyramid. Picture 1: http://media.bizj.us/view/img/4547081/vanirtower1*600xx769-1153-47-0.png Picture 2: http://www.sacbee.com/incoming/4x0l6r/picture4274533/alternates/FREE_960/highrise3.JPG Main Website: http://www.vanirdevelopment.com/doc.asp?id=46&parentID=99

http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2014/12/09/application-for-vanir-tower-includes-new-project.html https://www.planning.org/news/daily/story/?story_id=id:DzsWFJ3a1s4_4dQCVXlk6ajsi2S_8SdqOOCP5I1rZ3Vu3-6kEF2pUB0CSMmoETxv&source_type=O Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/business/article4268965.html#storylink=cpy

9 Cathedral Square Towers N/A / N/A 25 N/A A group of downtown Sacramento parcels entitled for a high-rise development will go on the market next week.Property on the southwest corner of J and 11th streets has an existing entitlement for a project called Cathedral Square, a 25-story mixed-use residential building. Picture: http://media.bizj.us/view/img/5611381/cathedralsquare11thstreetrendering*600xx3182-4773-449-0.jpg Link Site: http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2015/04/15/former-cathedral-square-high-rise-site-going-up.html?page=all

Released April 15, 2015.

10 Capitol Towers Site N/A / N/A 22 N/A Approved June 12, 2015. This projects' is by a Developer in North Hollywood in Los Angeles. Picture: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-X1uzuaOQOio/U5tWYl8NdTI/AAAAAAAAI3Q/tC-jCGrC5Do/s1600/sacramento-commons-from-n-st_600xx1481-991-0-14.jpg http://www.kennedywilson.com/ Read more Here Read More Here July 24, 2015: http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2015/07/24/approvals-in-hand-sacramento-commons-developer.html
11 Downtown Plaza Tower 320 / 97 16 2016 Under Construction 2014. Sacramento Downtown Plaza Mall East End demolition for a New Downtown Arena & with two different high rise towers. Kimpton is now known as the flag on the 250 hotel rooms that’ll take up most of the 16 floors, there’s a lot more about the building to be revealed.

Site plans for the project show retail on the first three floors, including spaces extending onto an outdoor deck overlooking the arena’s front door and plaza. Read more here: http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2015/04/17/kings-arena-tower-retail-space-mixed-use.html?page=all Picture: http://media.bizj.us/view/img/5635681/hoteltowerwindows*600.png Constructions now underway. JMA Ventures LLC http://jmaventuresllc.com/

12 Hyatt Place 216 / 65 10 2016 Under Construction 2015. The Hyatt Place would replace the decaying Marshall Hotel 5-story building, which closed over the summer. Picture: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/city-beat/hkoz8f/picture10707464/ALTERNATES/FREE_960/HotelMarshallHyatt.JPG Released 2015

References[edit]

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