List of tallest buildings in Los Angeles

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Downtown Los Angeles with San Gabriel Mountains in the background

This list of tallest buildings in Los Angeles ranks skyscrapers in Los Angeles, California, by height. The tallest building in Los Angeles is the Wilshire Grand Center, which became the tallest building in 2016.

The Wilshire Grand also stands as the tallest building in the state of California, tallest building west of the Mississippi, and the 10th-tallest building in the United States. Seven of the ten tallest buildings in California are located in Los Angeles.[1] The 73-story U.S. Bank Tower, which rises 1,018 feet (310 m) in Downtown Los Angeles and was completed in 1989,[2] is now the second-tallest building in Los Angeles.

The history of skyscrapers in Los Angeles began with the 1903 completion of the Braly Building, which is often regarded as the first high-rise in the city;[3] it rises 13 floors and 151 feet (46 m) in height.[4] The building, originally constructed as a commercial structure, has since been renovated into a residential tower and is now known as the "Continental Building".[3]

In 1924, Los Angeles imposed height restrictions throughout the city, effectively prohibiting the construction of any building taller than Los Angeles City Hall (454 ft/138 m). It was intended to address local concerns about growing congestion and overdevelopment at the time. That height limit was lifted in Downtown Los Angeles by the city government in 1957.

Los Angeles (and especially Downtown) then went through a large building boom that lasted from the early 1960s to the early 1990s, during which time the city saw the completion of 30 of its 32 tallest buildings, including the U.S. Bank Tower, the Aon Center, and Two California Plaza.[5] Modern skyscrapers are difficult and expensive to construct in Los Angeles due to the city's high rate of earthquakes and position near the San Andreas fault line, as well as the resulting difficulty of adhering to the city's rigorous engineering standards. Nevertheless, a number of successful and iconic skyscrapers dot the Los Angeles skyline from Downtown Los Angeles thru Koreatown along the Wilshire Corridor and Century City. Other Skyscraper hubs in Los Angeles includes hotels on Century Boulevard by LAX, Warner Center, Hollywood, NoHo and Universal City in the San Fernando Valley and Wilshire Boulevad in Westwood District by UCLA.

As of April 2017, Los Angeles has a total of 559 high-rise buildings,[6] 70 buildings over 300 feet (91.5 m); 36 buildings over 400 feet (121.9 m); 14 buildings over 600 feet (183 m) in height including two supertalls over 1000 feet (305 m), the Wilshire Grand and US Bank Tower.[7][8][9] Its skyline is ranked 1st in the Pacific coast region and 3rd in the United States, after New York City, and Chicago.[note 1]

Los Angeles skyline during sunset as seen from behind the Griffith Observatory in Griffith Park in October 2006

Tallest buildings[edit]

This lists ranks Los Angeles skyscrapers that stand at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Architect Floors Year Primary Purpose Notes
1 Wilshire Grand Center[A]
Wilshire Grand.jpg
01.01,100 (335) AC Martin Partners 73 2017 Office/Hotel Topped-out in 2016, The tower is the tallest building in Los Angeles and the West Coast of the United States as measured by structural height. When measured by roof height, the tower is 934 ft. tall, which is 84 ft. shorter than the US Bank Tower roof. The building held its grand opening on June 23, 2017.
2 U.S. Bank Tower Los Angeles Library Tower (small).jpg 01.01,018 (310) Henry N. Cobb 73 1989 Office 15th-tallest building in the United States, second tallest building on the West Coast of the United States, second tallest building in California; tallest building in the world with a helipad on its roof; tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 1980s; formerly known as Library Tower; at the time of its completion, the building was the tallest structure in a major active seismic region (Taipei 101 now holds this title).[2][10][11]
3 Aon Center Downtown Los Angeles - Aon Center.jpg 02.0858 (261) Charles Luckman 62 1973 Office 40th-tallest building in the United States; tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 1970s[12][13]
4 Two California Plaza Two California Plaza.jpg 03.0750 (229) Arthur Erickson 54 1992 Office Tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 1990s[14][15]
5 Gas Company Tower Los Angeles downtown p1000070.jpg 04.0748 (228) Richard Keating 52 1991 Office 77th-tallest building in the United States[16][17]
6 Bank of America Center Los Angeles - Bank America building from Historic LAPD Academy.JPG 05.0735 (224) Albert C. Martin 55 1974 Office 92nd-tallest building in the United States; formerly known as Security Pacific Bank Plaza, ARCO Plaza, and BP Plaza[18][19]
7 777 Tower 777 Tower Los Angeles Pelli LC-HS503-502.jpg 06.0725 (221) César Pelli 52 1991 Office 98th-tallest building in the United States[20][21]
8 Wells Fargo Center WellsFargocenter03.jpg 07.0723 (220) Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 54 1983 Office 103rd-tallest building in the United States[22][23]
9 Figueroa at Wilshire FigueroaWilshire.jpg 08.0717 (218) Albert C. Martin 53 1990 Office 107th-tallest building in the United States; formerly known as the Sanwa Bank Building[24][25]
10 City National Tower PaulHastingsCityNationalTwinTowers.jpg 09.0699 (213) Albert C. Martin 52 1972 Office Formerly known as the Bank of America Tower; this building and Paul Hastings Tower stand as the tallest twin towers in Los Angeles.[26][27]
11 Paul Hastings Tower PaulHastingsCityNationalTwinTowers.jpg 10.0699 (213) Albert C. Martin 52 1972 Office Formerly known as ARCO Tower; this building and City National Tower stand as the tallest twin towers in Los Angeles.[28][29]
12 LA Live Hotels & Condominiums LA Live Ritz Carlton Hotel & Residences tower.jpg 10.1667 (203) Gensler 54 2010 Hotel/Residential Tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 2010s[30]
13 Citigroup Center Citigroup Center Downtown Los Angeles.jpg 11.0625 (191) Albert C. Martin 48 1979 Office Formerly known as the 444 Flower Building[31][32]
14 611 Place 611Place LosAngeles.jpg 12.0620 (189) William Pereira 42 1969 Office Tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 1960s[33][34]
15 One California Plaza One California Plaza.jpg 13.0578 (176) Arthur Erickson 42 1985 Office [35][36]
16 Century Plaza Tower II CenturyPlazaTowers.jpg 14.0571 (174) Minoru Yamasaki 44 1975 Office This building and Century Plaza Tower I stand as the tallest buildings outside Downtown Los Angeles.[37][38]
17 Century Plaza Tower I CenturyPlazaTowers.jpg 15.0571 (174) Minoru Yamasaki 44 1975 Office This building and Century Plaza Tower II stand as the tallest buildings outside Downtown Los Angeles.[39][40]
18 KPMG Tower WellsFargocenter03.jpg 16.0560 (171) Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 45 1983 Office [41][42]
19 Ernst & Young Plaza ErnstYoungBuildingLosAngeles.jpg 17.0534 (163) Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 41 1985 Office [43][44]
20 SunAmerica Center AIG SunAmericaTower.jpg 18.0533 (163) Johnson & Fain 39 1990 Office [45][46]
21 TCW Tower TWCbuilding.jpg 19.0517 (158) Albert C. Martin 39 1990 Office [47][48]
22 Union Bank Plaza UnionBankCalifornia.jpg 20.0516 (157) Albert C. Martin 40 1968 Office [49][50]
23 10 Universal City Plaza 10ucp.jpg 21.0506 (154) Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 36 1984 Office Tallest building in the San Fernando Valley[51][52]
24 1100 Wilshire 1100Wilshire.jpg 22.0496 (151) Albert C. Martin 35 1987 Residential Tallest residential building in the city[53][54]
25 Fox Plaza Foxyplaza.jpg 23.0493 (150) Johnson & Fain 34 1987 Office [55][56]
26 Constellation Place MGM Tower.jpg 24.0491 (150) Johnson & Fain 35 2003 Office First high rise to be completed in the 21st century in Los Angeles[57][58]
27 Ten Thousand 24.0484 (147.5) Handel Architects LLP 40 2017 Residential Move-ins began 02/2017 [59][60]
28 The Century TheCentury CenturyCity1.jpg 24.0478 (146) Robert A. M. Stern 42 2009 (completed in 2009, opened in 2010) Residential [61]
29 ARCO Tower 1055wSeventh ArcoTower.jpg 25.0463 (141) Gin Wong 33 1989 Office [62][63]
30 Los Angeles City Hall Los Angeles City Hall (color) edit1.jpg 26.0454 (138) Austin, Parkinson & Martin 32 1928 Office Tallest building constructed in Los Angeles in the 1920s; tallest base-isolated structure in the world[64][65][66]
31 Equitable Life Building Equitable2.jpg 27.0454 (138) Welton Becket 34 1969 Office [67][68]
32 AT&T Center AT&T Center Los Angeles.jpg 28.0454 (138) William Pereira 32 1965 Office [69][70]
33 AT&T Switching Center PacBellTower01.jpg 29.0450 (137) The Parkinsons 17 1961 Office [71][72]
34 5900 Wilshire 5900Wilshire.jpg 30.0443 (135) Gin Wong / William Pereira 32 1971 Office [73][74]
35 Warner Center Plaza II Warner Center Skyscrapers.jpg 31.0417 (126) Ware & Malcomb 25 1991 Office [75][76]
36 MCI Center MCICenter02.jpg 32.0414 (126) Charles Luckman 33 1973 Office [77][78]
37 One Wilshire One Wilshire.jpg 32.0395 (120) Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 30 1966 Office [79][78]

Under construction buildings[edit]

There are 14 buildings under construction over 400 feet (122 m) in height.

This lists buildings that are under construction in Los Angeles and are planned to rise at least 250 feet (76 meters).

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
Oceanwide Plaza Tower 1 677 / 206.4 49 2019 Residential / Hotel / Retail / Across from Staples Center. Formerly "Fig Central"[80][8]
Metropolis Tower D 647 / 197.2 58 2019 Residential[8] Topped Out
820 S. Olive Street 637 / 194 49 2019 Residential. The tower will become one of the tallest residential buildings in California [81]
Century Plaza South Tower 600 / 184.8 46 2019 Residential[80][8] Will Be tallest the tallest buildings in Century City when completed, replacing the Century Plaza Towers height of 571 ft.
Century Plaza South Tower 600 / 184.8 46 2019 Residential \ Under Construction twin towers designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. Project is a condo addition to the recently renovated Century Plaza Hotel.[80][8] Tallest construction project in Century City.
Oceanwide Plaza Tower II 530 / 161.5 40 2019 Residential / Hotel / Retail / Across from Staples Center. Formerly "Fig Central"[80]
Oceanwide Plaza Tower III 530 / 161.5 40 2019 Residential / Hotel / Retail / Across from Staples Center. Formerly "Fig Central"[80]
1212 Flower Street Tower I 529' / 161 40 2019 Approved \ Under Construction.[82]
Mack Urban 490' / 149 38 2019 Residential / Under Construction.Mack Urban Tower South Park Phase 2 of 1.2 Billion dollar development at 1120 Grand Ave.
The Project at Pico - Tower I 486' / 148 40 2019 Approved \ Under Construction.[83]
Metropolis Tower C 451 / 137.5 40 2017 Residential [8] Topped out
1212 Flower Street Tower II 421' / 128 31 2019 Residential.[82]
Circa tower I 400 / 121.9 35 2018 Hotel \ Residential \ Across from the Convention Center \ Also known as 1200 Figueroa \ Topped Off
Circa tower II 400 / 121.9 35 2018 Hotel \ Residential \ Across from the Convention Center \ Also known as 1200 Figueroa \ Topped Off
1120 S. Grand Avenue (Mack Urban) 390 / 118 37 2019 Residential \ Architectural Spire planned. [84]
888 S. Hope Street 330 / 100 33 2019 Residential
1133 S. Hope Street 330 / 100 28 2021 Residential[85]
Apex - Tower II 300 / 91 28 2019 Residential[86]
Five-Oh 255 / 78 24 2019 Residential. Formerly "Park Fifth" [82]
732 S. Spring Street Tower I 250 / 76 24 2019 Residential tower. Second tower (tower II) is called "8th & Spring" will be 244 Ft. (755 S. Spring St.) [82]

Approved and proposed buildings[edit]

This list is of buildings over 300 feet throughout the city. There are 23 buildings proposed or approved over 300 feet (91m), the tallest building currently proposed is Figueroa Centre at 975 feet (297 m).

Building Name or Address Height
ft (m)
Floors Proposed Completion Year (est.) Notes
Figueroa Centre 975 / 297 66  ? Proposed residential / hotel / retail / Will be the third tallest building in Los Angeles.[8]
Olympic Tower 740 / 225 57  ? Proposed \ Hotel and residential \ 1015 W. Olympic Blvd [87][8]
6AM North Tower 732 / 223.1 58 2035 Proposed \ residential and hotel.[8]
1045 S. Olive St. 714 / 217.6  ?  ? Proposed \ Condominiums[8]
6AM South Tower 710 / 216.4 58 2035 Proposed \ residential and hotel.[8]
Times Mirror Square Residential Tower I 655 / 199.8 53  ? Proposed \ residential.[8]
1600 S. Figueroa St. ? / ? 52  ? Proposed \ Retail and hotel. Designed by Gensler [88]
1300 S. Figueroa St.  ? / ? 53  ? Proposed \ Hotel. Across Figueroa Street from the convention center’s South Hall. [89]
Grand Avenue Project 1 522 / 159.1 37 2022 Proposed \ residential and hotel. Designed by Frank Gehry [8]
Luxe Redevelopment Tower 2 (1020 S. Figueroa St.) 540 / 165 38 2023 Proposed \ residential \ Across from L.A. Live replacing Luxe Hotel w/ a W Hotel. Phase 2.[90][91]
Westfield Promenade 2035 SE Hotel Tower 502 / 153 28 2033 Proposed \ residential and hotel.[8]
Luxe Redevelopment Tower 1 (1020 S. Figueroa St.) 430 / 131 32 2020 Proposed \ residential \ Across from L.A. Live replacing Luxe Hotel. Phase 1.[90]
Times Mirror Square Residential Tower 2 465 / 141.6 37  ? Proposed \ residential.[8]
Civic Center Building A 451 / 137.6 27 2020 Proposed \ office.[8]
340 S. Hill Street 410' / 126 33 2020 Residential. Above the northern underground entrance to the Red Line Subway Pershing Square Station.ULA
Civic Center Building C 390 / 118.9  ? 2024 Proposed \ government office and retail.[8]
Broadway @ 4th 388 / 118.3 34  ? Proposed \ residential.[8]
1233 S. Grand 384 / 117 30 2018 Proposed \ residential.[8]
Grand Avenue Project 2 379 / 115.5 25 2022 Proposed \ office and hotel.[8]
Palladium Residences Tower 1 350 / 106.7 28 2018 Proposed \ residential \ In the Hollywood district.[8]
Palladium Residences Tower 2 350 / 106.7 28 2018 Proposed \ residential.[8]
Spring Street Hotel (633 S. Spring St.) 338 / 103 28 2019 Proposed \ Hotel AKA "Lizard" [8]
Westfield Promenade 2035 SE Residential Tower 336 / 102.4 28 2033 Proposed \ residential \ Warner Center district of the Valley.[8]

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

Los Angeles City Hall, shown here in 1931, was built in 1928 and was the tallest structure in the city until 1968. In 1964, height restrictions were removed from new construction.

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Los Angeles.

Name Image Street address Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
Braly Building[B] Building at 408 S. Spring St. (Top), Los Angeles.JPG 408 South Spring Street 1903–1907 151 (46) 13 [4]
Security Building Security Building (Los Angeles).jpg 510 South Spring Street 1907–1911 165 (50) 11 [92]
A.G. Bartlett Building Bartlett Building (Los Angeles).jpg 651 South Spring Street 1911–1916 190 (58) 14 [93]
Park Central Building 412 West 6th Street 1916–1927 N/A[C] 14 [94]
Texaco Building United Artists Theater, Los Angeles.JPG 929 South Broadway 1927–1928 242 (74) 13 [95]
Los Angeles City Hall LosAngelesCityHall1931.JPG 200 North Spring Street 1928–1968 454 (138) 32 [65]
Union Bank Plaza UnionBankCalifornia.jpg 445 South Figueroa Street 1968–1969 516 (157) 40 [50]
611 Place 611Place LosAngeles.jpg 611 West 6th Street 1969–1972 620 (189) 42 [34]
City National Tower[D] PaulHastingsCityNationalTwinTowers.jpg 555 South Flower Street 1972–1974 699 (213) 52 [27]
Paul Hastings Tower[D] PaulHastingsCityNationalTwinTowers.jpg 515 South Flower Street 1972–1974 699 (213) 52 [29]
Aon Center Aon Center LA.jpg 707 Wilshire Boulevard 1974–1989 858 (262) 62 [13]
U.S. Bank Tower Usbnktwr.jpg 633 West 5th Street 1989–2016 1,018 / 310 73 [10]
Wilshire Grand Tower Wilshire Grand.jpg Figueroa and 7th 2016–present 1,099 / 335 73 [10]

See Also[edit]

Notes[edit]

A. ^ Because of its more elevated position upon Bunker Hill, the U.S. Bank Tower rises higher above the surrounding area
B. ^ This building was originally known as the Braly Building, but has since been renamed the Continental Building.
C. ^ Official height figures have never been released by this building's developer.
D. ^ a b The City National Tower and the Paul Hastings Tower are twin towers, both rising 699 feet (213 m). As both buildings were completed in 1972, Los Angeles had two tallest buildings until the completion of Aon Center in 1974.

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