List of tallest buildings in Winston-Salem
Below is a list of the six tallest buildings in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Since 1995 100 North Main Street, at 460 feet tall, has been the tallest in the city.
Tallest buildings above 200 ft
ft / m
|1||100 North Main Street||460 / 140||34||1995||Tallest building in Winston-Salem since constructed in 1995, as well as the tallest in the Carolinas outside of Charlotte and Raleigh.|
|2||Winston Tower||410 / 125||30||1966||Tallest building in Winston-Salem from 1966 to 1995.|
|3||Reynolds Building||394 / 120.1||22||1929||Tallest building in Winston-Salem from 1929 to 1966.|
|4||BB&T Financial Center||340 / 103.6||21||1987|
|5||GMAC Tower||331 / 101||21||1980|
|6||Nissen Building||283 / 86.3||20||1927||Tallest building in Winston-Salem from 1927 to 1929.|
|7||Reynolds-American Plaza||269 / 82||18||1982|
|8||Marriott Winston Plaza Hotel||237 / 72.2||19||1984||Tallest full service hotel in Winston Salem|
|9||Liberty Plaza||230 / 70.1||14||1973|
|10||Janeway Clinical Sciences Tower||225 / 69||12||1989|
|11||One West Fourth||211 / 64.3||15||2002|
|12||Reynolds Tower - WFUBMC||201 / 61||16||1972|
|13||Brenner Children's Hospital||200 / 61||17||2002|
Past tallest and other tall buildings
The 8 West Third Street building was, during 1911-1915 and during 1917-1921, the tallest building in Winston-Salem. Also known as Wachovia Bank and Trust Company building, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The O'Hanlon Building was the tallest building during 1915-17.
Hotel Robert E. Lee became the tallest building in 1921.
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Forsyth County, North Carolina, which includes Nissen Building, 8 West Third Street, and perhaps more tall buildings of Winston-Salem.