Tallest buildings in Central America

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Central America consists of Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua. As of 2015 the tallest structure in Central America is the Trump Ocean Club in Panamá,[1] a 2.4 million-square-foot, 65-story waterfront tower, 284 meters in height, co-developed by the Trump Organization and Panamanian resort developer K Group.

Historically most of the tallest building structures in Central America have been located in Guatemala City and San Salvador.[2] [3][4] This is due to the high development these countries have had in the past compared to the rest of Central America. A few other tall buildings are located in Honduras, and in Costa Rica. Recently, however, due to major growth during the first decade of the 21st Century, Panamá has emerged as a hotbed of skyscraper building activity and currently lists a total of 49 buildings over 150 meters in height and another 2 under construction.

Building City Height Floor Count Due Date
1 Trump Ocean Club Panamá 284 m 68 2011
2 Vitri Tower Panamá 281 m 75 2011
3 Star Bay Tower Panamá 267 m 65 2013
4 The Point Panamá 266 m 65 2011
5 Arts Tower Panamá 265 m 56 and 80 2011
6 Tower Financial Center Panamá 255.1 m 75 2011
7 Ocean Two Panamá 245.7 m 73 2011
8 F&F Tower Panamá 242.9 m 52 2012
9 Pearl at the Sea Panamá 242.2 m 70 2011
10 Rivage Panamá 232 m 68 2012
11 YooPanama Panamá 232 m 57 2012
12 Waters Tower Panamá 232 m 69 2011
13 Megapolis Tower Panamá 230.1 m 62 2011
14 Q Tower Panamá 210 m 65 2011
15 Ten Tower Panamá 210 m 54 2011
16 White Tower Panamá 210 m 62 2011
17 Yacht Club Tower Panamá 210 m 57 2011
18 Aqualina Tower Panamá 210 m 63 2007
19 Oasis on the Bay Panamá 207 m 58 2012
20 Ocean One Panamá 207 m 54 2008

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