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List of tallest buildings in Chicago

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Chicago skyline during sunrise
Chicago skyline during sunrise
A plethora of towers in downtown Chicago, looking northeast towards Lake Michigan
A plethora of towers in downtown Chicago, looking northeast towards Lake Michigan
Tallest buildings in Chicago
Tallest buildings in Chicago

Chicago, the third-largest city in the United States, is home to 1,384 completed high-rises,[1] 51 of which stand taller than 600 feet (183 m). The tallest building in the city is the 110-story Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), which rises 1,451 feet (442 m) in the Chicago Loop and was completed in 1974.[2][3] Sears Tower was the tallest building in the world upon its completion, and remained the tallest building in the United States until May 10, 2013.[4] The second, third, and fourth-tallest buildings in Chicago are the Trump International Hotel & Tower, Vista Tower, and the Aon Center, respectively. Of the ten tallest buildings in the United States, two are located in Chicago. Chicago leads the nation in the twenty tallest women-designed towers in the world, thanks to contributions by Jeanne Gang and Natalie de Blois. As of June 2019, Chicago had 116 buildings at least 500 feet (152 m) tall.[5]

Chicago is the birthplace of the skyscraper.[6][7] The Home Insurance Building, completed in 1885, is regarded as the world's first skyscraper. This building used the steel-frame method, innovated in Chicago. It was originally built with 10 stories, an enormous height in the 1800s, to a height of 138 feet (42 m), making it the tallest building in the world at that time. It was later expanded to 12 stories with a height of 180 feet (55 m). The building was demolished in 1931.[8][9] New York City then began building skyscrapers as Chicago had done, and the two cities were virtually the only cities in the world with huge skylines for many decades. Chicago has always played a prominent role in the development of skyscrapers and three past buildings have been the tallest building in the United States. Being the inventor of the skyscraper, Chicago went through a very early high-rise construction boom that lasted from the early 1920s to the late 1930s, during which 9 of the city's 100 tallest buildings were constructed.[5] The city then went through an even larger building boom that has lasted from the early 1960s. The tallest buildings are concentrated in various downtown districts such as the Loop, Streeterville, River North, the South Loop, and the West Loop. Other high-rises extend north along the waterfront into North Side districts such as the Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Lakeview, Uptown and Edgewater. Some high-rises also extend south from downtown along the waterfront to South Side districts such as Kenwood, Hyde Park, and South Shore.

Several new skyscrapers were constructed in the city throughout the 2000s, including the Trump International Hotel and Tower. As of August 2016 there were 67 skyscrapers under construction in Chicago.[10]

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Field Museum of Natural HistoryOne Museum ParkShedd AquariumThe ColumbianHilton ChicagoRenaissance Blackstone HotelOne Financial Place311 South Wacker DriveSpertus Institute200 South Wacker DriveWillis TowerChicago Board of TradeCongress Plaza Hotel111 South Wacker DriveFranklin Center North TowerKluczynski Federal BuildingAuditorium BuildingField BuildingCNA CenterCitadel CenterMetropolitan TowerChase TowerThree First National PlazaSanta Fe BuildingOne South DearbornMid-Continental PlazaBuckingham FountainRichard J. Daley CenterLegacy TowerUniversity Club of ChicagoLaSalle-Wacker Building300 North LaSalleUnited BuildingPittsfield BuildingLeo Burnett BuildingThe Heritage at Millennium ParkCrain Communications BuildingKemper BuildingMichigan Plaza SouthOne Prudential PlazaJay Pritzker PavilionTrump Tower ChicagoTwo Prudential PlazaAon CenterBlue Cross Blue Shield TowerAqua340 on the ParkThe BuckinghamPark TowerThe TidesOlympia CentreOuter Drive EastThe Shoreham875 North Michigan AvenueWater Tower PlaceNorth Harbor TowerHarbor PointThe Parkshore400 East Ohio Street401 East OntarioOnterie CenterNorth Pier ApartmentsLake Point TowerNavy Pier
The 2010 Chicago skyline as seen from the Adler Planetarium (Use cursor to identify buildings)

Tallest buildings

This list ranks completed Chicago skyscrapers that stand at least 550 feet (168 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This height 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 of completion.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Coordinates Notes
01.01 Willis Tower
1,451 (442) 110 1974 41°52′44″N 87°38′9″W / 41.87889°N 87.63583°W / 41.87889; -87.63583 (Willis Tower) Formerly known as Sears Tower; 3rd-tallest building in the United States, 22nd-tallest building in the world; tallest building in the world from 1974 until 1998; tallest building completed in the world in the 1970s. Also tallest building in the midwest.[2][3][4]
02.02 Trump International Hotel and Tower
1,388 (423) 98 2009 41°53′20″N 87°37′35″W / 41.88889°N 87.62639°W / 41.88889; -87.62639 (Trump International Hotel and Tower) 7th-tallest building in the United States; tallest building completed in the United States in the first decade of the 21st century.[11][12]
03.03 Aon Center
1,136 (346) 83 1973 41°53′7″N 87°37′17″W / 41.88528°N 87.62139°W / 41.88528; -87.62139 (Aon Center) 12th-tallest building in the U.S.; formerly known as the Standard Oil Building.

Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Willis Tower.[13][14]

04.04 875 North Michigan Avenue
1,127 (344) 100 1969 41°53′55.5″N 87°37′23″W / 41.898750°N 87.62306°W / 41.898750; -87.62306 (John Hancock Center) Formerly known as John Hancock Center; 13th-tallest building in the United States; tallest building constructed in the world in the 1960s; first building in the world outside of New York City to rise at least 1,000 feet (305 m).

Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Aon Center.[15][16]

05.05 Franklin Center
1,007 (307) 61 1989 41°52′49.5″N 87°38′5″W / 41.880417°N 87.63472°W / 41.880417; -87.63472 (AT&T Corporate Center) Formerly known as the AT&T Corporate Center; 21st-tallest building in the United States; tallest building constructed in Chicago in the 1980s.[17][18]
06.06 Two Prudential Plaza
995 (303) 64 1990 41°53′8″N 87°37′22″W / 41.88556°N 87.62278°W / 41.88556; -87.62278 (Two Prudential Plaza) 16th-tallest building in the United States; tallest building constructed in Chicago in the 1990s.[19][20]
07.07 311 South Wacker Drive
961 (293) 65 1990 41°52′39″N 87°38′8″W / 41.87750°N 87.63556°W / 41.87750; -87.63556 (311 South Wacker Drive) 24th-tallest building in the United States.[21][22]
08.08 NEMA Chicago
896 (273) 76 2019 41°52′1″N 87°37′23″W / 41.86694°N 87.62306°W / 41.86694; -87.62306 (NEMA Chicago) Tallest all rental apartment building in Chicago.[23][24]
09.09 900 North Michigan
871 (266) 66 1989 41°53′59″N 87°37′30″W / 41.89972°N 87.62500°W / 41.89972; -87.62500 (900 North Michigan) [25][26]
10.010= Water Tower Place
860 (262) 74 1976 41°53′52.5″N 87°37′20.5″W / 41.897917°N 87.622361°W / 41.897917; -87.622361 (Water Tower Place) [27][28]
10.010= Aqua
860 (262) 82 2009 41°53′11″N 87°37′12″W / 41.88639°N 87.62000°W / 41.88639; -87.62000 (Aqua) Currently the tallest building in the world designed by a female-led architectural firm; first skyscraper in Chicago to contain a hotel, condominiums, apartments and retail space.[29][30][31][32]
12.012 Chase Tower
850 (259) 60 1969 41°52′53.5″N 87°37′48″W / 41.881528°N 87.63000°W / 41.881528; -87.63000 (Chase Tower) Also known as First National Plaza.[33][34]
13.013 Park Tower
844 (257) 67 2000 41°53′49.5″N 87°37′30.5″W / 41.897083°N 87.625139°W / 41.897083; -87.625139 (Park Tower) [35][36]
14.014 One Bennett Park
837 (255) 69 2018 41°53′29″N 87°36′56″W / 41.89139°N 87.61556°W / 41.89139; -87.61556 (One Bennett Park) [37]
15.015 The Legacy at Millennium Park
822 (251) 73 2010 41°52′53″N 87°37′32″W / 41.88139°N 87.62556°W / 41.88139; -87.62556 (The Legacy at Millennium Park) [38][39]
16.016 110 North Wacker 814 (248) 51 2020 41°53′1″N 87°38′15″W / 41.88361°N 87.63750°W / 41.88361; -87.63750 (110 North Wacker Drive) [40][41]
17.017 300 North LaSalle
784 (239) 60 2009 41°53′17.5″N 87°37′59″W / 41.888194°N 87.63306°W / 41.888194; -87.63306 (300 North LaSalle) [42][43]
18.018 Three First National Plaza
767 (234) 57 1981 41°52′56″N 87°37′50″W / 41.88222°N 87.63056°W / 41.88222; -87.63056 (Three First National Plaza) [44][45]
19.019 Grant Thornton Tower
755 (230) 50 1992 41°53′5″N 87°37′50″W / 41.88472°N 87.63056°W / 41.88472; -87.63056 (Chicago Title and Trust Center) [46][47]
20.020 Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower
744 (227) 57 2010 41°53′5″N 87°37′12″W / 41.88472°N 87.62000°W / 41.88472; -87.62000 (Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower) First phase completed in 1997; 24–floor vertical expansion completed in 2010.[48][49][50]
21.021 River Point
732 (223) 52 2017 41°53′9.3″N 87°38′21.8″W / 41.885917°N 87.639389°W / 41.885917; -87.639389 (River Point) [51]
22.022 Olympia Centre
731 (223) 63 1986 41°53′47″N 87°37′24″W / 41.89639°N 87.62333°W / 41.89639; -87.62333 (Olympia Centre) [52][53][54]
23.023 One Museum Park
726 (221) 62 2009 41°52′1.5″N 87°37′17″W / 41.867083°N 87.62139°W / 41.867083; -87.62139 (One Museum Park) [55][56]
24.024 150 North Riverside
724 (221) 54 2017 41°53′4.1″N 87°38′20.6″W / 41.884472°N 87.639056°W / 41.884472; -87.639056 (150 North Riverside) Tallest building in the city west of the Chicago River.[57][58]
25.025 330 North Wabash
695 (212) 52 1973 41°53′19″N 87°37′39″W / 41.88861°N 87.62750°W / 41.88861; -87.62750 (330 North Wabash) Also known as the IBM Building.[59][60]
26.026 Waldorf Astoria Chicago
686 (209) 60 2010 41°53′59″N 87°37′39″W / 41.89972°N 87.62750°W / 41.89972; -87.62750 (Elysian) [61][62]
27.027 111 South Wacker Drive
681 (208) 51 2005 41°52′49″N 87°38′10.5″W / 41.88028°N 87.636250°W / 41.88028; -87.636250 (111 South Wacker Drive) [63][64]
28.028 181 West Madison Street
680 (207) 50 1990 41°52′53.5″N 87°38′00″W / 41.881528°N 87.63333°W / 41.881528; -87.63333 (181 West Madison Street) [65][66]
29.029 Hyatt Center
679 (207) 48 2005 41°52′51″N 87°38′10″W / 41.88083°N 87.63611°W / 41.88083; -87.63611 (Hyatt Center) [67][68]
30.030 One Magnificent Mile
673 (205) 57 1983 41°54′2″N 87°37′29″W / 41.90056°N 87.62472°W / 41.90056; -87.62472 (One Magnificent Mile) [69][70]
31.031 340 on the Park
672 (205) 64 2007 41°53′5.5″N 87°37′8″W / 41.884861°N 87.61889°W / 41.884861; -87.61889 (340 on the Park) [71][72]
32.032= 77 West Wacker Drive
668 (204) 49 1992 41°53′11.5″N 87°37′50″W / 41.886528°N 87.63056°W / 41.886528; -87.63056 (77 West Wacker Drive) Formerly known as the United Building and the R.R. Donnelley Building.[73][74]
32.032= Wolf Point East Tower 668 (204) 60 2020 41°53′15.0″N 87°38′12.4″W / 41.887500°N 87.636778°W / 41.887500; -87.636778 [75][76]
34.034 One North Wacker
652 (199) 50 2001 41°52′56″N 87°38′10″W / 41.88222°N 87.63611°W / 41.88222; -87.63611 (One North Wacker) Also known as the UBS Tower.[77][78]
35.035 Richard J. Daley Center
648 (198) 32 1965 41°53′2.5″N 87°37′49″W / 41.884028°N 87.63028°W / 41.884028; -87.63028 (Richard J. Daley Center) Tallest flat-roofed building in the world that contains fewer than 40 floors.

Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the John Hancock Center.[79][80]

36.036 55 East Erie Street
647 (197) 56 2003 41°53′38″N 87°37′33″W / 41.89389°N 87.62583°W / 41.89389; -87.62583 (55 East Erie Street) 2nd-tallest all-residential building in Chicago.[81][82]
37.037 Lake Point Tower
645 (197) 70 1968 41°53′30″N 87°36′44″W / 41.89167°N 87.61222°W / 41.89167; -87.61222 (Lake Point Tower) The only tower in the city that sits on the east side of Lake Shore Drive.[83][84]
38.038 River East Center
644 (196) 58 2001 41°53′29″N 87°37′5.5″W / 41.89139°N 87.618194°W / 41.89139; -87.618194 (River East Center) [85][86]
39.039 Grand Plaza I
641 (195) 57 2003 41°53′31″N 87°37′43″W / 41.89194°N 87.62861°W / 41.89194; -87.62861 (Grand Plaza I) [87][88]
40.040 155 North Wacker
638 (195) 45 2009 41°53′5″N 87°38′11.5″W / 41.88472°N 87.636528°W / 41.88472; -87.636528 (155 North Wacker) [89][90]
41.041 Leo Burnett Building
635 (194) 50 1989 41°53′11″N 87°37′45″W / 41.88639°N 87.62917°W / 41.88639; -87.62917 (Leo Burnett Building) [91][92]
42.042 The Heritage at Millennium Park
631 (192) 57 2005 41°53′3″N 87°37′32″W / 41.88417°N 87.62556°W / 41.88417; -87.62556 (The Heritage at Millennium Park) [93][94]
43.043 OneEleven
630 (192) 59 2014 41°53′12″N 87°37′52″W / 41.88667°N 87.63111°W / 41.88667; -87.63111 (OneEleven) Tallest building built in the city in 2014. Formally 111 W. Wacker and Waterview Tower.[95]
44.044 NBC Tower
627 (191) 37 1989 41°53′24″N 87°37′16″W / 41.89000°N 87.62111°W / 41.89000; -87.62111 (NBC Tower) [96][97]
45.045 353 North Clark
624 (190) 44 2009 41°53′20″N 87°37′48″W / 41.88889°N 87.63000°W / 41.88889; -87.63000 (353 North Clark) [98][99]
46.046 Essex on the Park
620 (189) 57 2019 41°52′04″N 87°37′15″W / 41.86778°N 87.62083°W / 41.86778; -87.62083 (Essex on the Park) [100]
47.047 Millennium Centre
610 (186) 58 2003 41°53′35″N 87°37′45″W / 41.89306°N 87.62917°W / 41.89306; -87.62917 (Millennium Centre) [101][102]
48.048 Chicago Place
608 (185) 49 1991 41°53′43″N 87°37′30.5″W / 41.89528°N 87.625139°W / 41.89528; -87.625139 (Chicago Place) [103][104]
49.049 Chicago Board of Trade Building
605 (184) 44 1930 41°52′39.5″N 87°37′56″W / 41.877639°N 87.63222°W / 41.877639; -87.63222 (Chicago Board of Trade Building) One of the tallest Art Deco buildings in the world; tallest building constructed in the city in the 1930s.

Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Richard J. Daley Center.[105][106]

50.050= One Prudential Plaza
601 (183) 41 1955 41°53′5″N 87°37′24″W / 41.88472°N 87.62333°W / 41.88472; -87.62333 (One Prudential Plaza) Tallest building constructed in Chicago in the 1950s.[107][108]
50.050= CNA Center
601 (183) 44 1972 41°52′38″N 87°37′32″W / 41.87722°N 87.62556°W / 41.87722; -87.62556 (CNA Center) [109][110]
52.052 Heller International Building
600 (183) 45 1992 41°52′51″N 87°38′25″W / 41.88083°N 87.64028°W / 41.88083; -87.64028 (Heller International Building)
53.053 200 West Madison
599 (182) 44 1982 41°52′56″N 87°38′4″W / 41.88222°N 87.63444°W / 41.88222; -87.63444 (200 West Madison) [111][112]
54.054 The Grant
595 (181) 54 2010 41°52′1.5″N 87°37′19″W / 41.867083°N 87.62194°W / 41.867083; -87.62194 (One Museum Park West) [113][114]
55.055 1000 Lake Shore Plaza 590 (180) 55 1964 41°54′3.5″N 87°37′28″W / 41.900972°N 87.62444°W / 41.900972; -87.62444 (1000 Lake Shore Plaza) [115][116]
56.056 The Clare 589 (179) 52 2008 41°53′50″N 87°37′34″W / 41.89722°N 87.62611°W / 41.89722; -87.62611 (The Clare) [117][118]
57.057= Citigroup Center
588 (179) 42 1987 41°52′56″N 87°38′26″W / 41.88222°N 87.64056°W / 41.88222; -87.64056 (Citigroup Center) [119][120]
57.057= Marina City I
588 (179) 61 1964 41°53′17.5″N 87°37′42.5″W / 41.888194°N 87.628472°W / 41.888194; -87.628472 (Marina City I) [121][122][123]
57.057= Marina City II
588 (179) 61 1964 41°53′16.5″N 87°37′45″W / 41.887917°N 87.62917°W / 41.887917; -87.62917 (Marina City II) [124][125][126]
60.060 Optima Signature
587 (179) 57 2017 41°53′28″N 87°37′17″W / 41.89111°N 87.62139°W / 41.89111; -87.62139 (Optima Signature) [127]
61.061 Mid-Continental Plaza
583 (178) 49 1972 41°52′49″N 87°37′32.5″W / 41.88028°N 87.625694°W / 41.88028; -87.625694 (Mid-Continental Plaza) [128][129]
62.062 Crain Communications Building
582 (177) 41 1983 41°53′5″N 87°37′30″W / 41.88472°N 87.62500°W / 41.88472; -87.62500 (Smurfit-Stone Building) [130][131]
63.063 North Pier Apartments
581 (177) 61 1990 41°53′27″N 87°36′52.5″W / 41.89083°N 87.614583°W / 41.89083; -87.614583 (Smurfit-Stone Building) [132][133]
64.064 Citadel Center
580 (177) 39 2003 41°52′47″N 87°37′43″W / 41.87972°N 87.62861°W / 41.87972; -87.62861 (Citadel Center) [134][135]
65.065 The Fordham 574 (175) 52 2003 41°53′43.5″N 87°37′38″W / 41.895417°N 87.62722°W / 41.895417; -87.62722 (The Fordham) [136][137]
66.066 190 South LaSalle Street
573 (175) 40 1987 41°52′47″N 87°37′58″W / 41.87972°N 87.63278°W / 41.87972; -87.63278 (190 South LaSalle Street) [138][139]
67.067 One South Dearborn
571 (174) 39 2005 41°52′54″N 87°37′43″W / 41.88167°N 87.62861°W / 41.88167; -87.62861 (One South Dearborn) [140][141]
68.068 Onterie Center
570 (174) 58 1986 41°53′38″N 87°36′59″W / 41.89389°N 87.61639°W / 41.89389; -87.61639 (Onterie Center) [142][143]
69.069 Loews Hotel Tower
569 (174) 52 2015 41°53′23.9″N 87°37′8″W / 41.889972°N 87.61889°W / 41.889972; -87.61889 (Loews Hotel Tower) Tallest building built in the city in 2015.
70.070= Chicago Temple Building
568 (173) 21 1924 41°52′59″N 87°37′50″W / 41.88306°N 87.63056°W / 41.88306; -87.63056 (Chicago Temple Building) Tallest building constructed in the city in the 1920s.

Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Chicago Board Of Trade Building.[144][145]

70.070= 151 North Franklin
568 (173) 36 2018 41°53′5.4″N 87°38′5.7″W / 41.884833°N 87.634917°W / 41.884833; -87.634917 (151 North Franklin) [146]
72.072 Palmolive Building
565 (172) 37 1929 41°53′59″N 87°37′25″W / 41.89972°N 87.62361°W / 41.89972; -87.62361 (Palmolive Building) [147][148]
73.073= Huron Plaza
560 (171) 56 1983 41°53′43″N 87°37′36″W / 41.89528°N 87.62667°W / 41.89528; -87.62667 (Huron Plaza) [149][150]
73.073= Boeing International Headquarters
560 (171) 36 1990 41°53′2.5″N 87°38′19″W / 41.884028°N 87.63861°W / 41.884028; -87.63861 (Boeing International Headquarters) [151][152]
75.075= The Parkshore
556 (169) 56 1991 41°53′8.5″N 87°36′53″W / 41.885694°N 87.61472°W / 41.885694; -87.61472 (The Parkshore) [153][154]
75.075= North Harbor Tower
556 (169) 55 1988 41°53′7.5″N 87°36′55.5″W / 41.885417°N 87.615417°W / 41.885417; -87.615417 (North Harbor Tower) [155][156]
77.077 Civic Opera House
555 (169) 45 1929 41°52′57″N 87°38′14.5″W / 41.88250°N 87.637361°W / 41.88250; -87.637361 (Civic Opera House) [157]
78.078 Atwater Apartments
554 (169) 55 2009 41°53′32″N 87°37′5″W / 41.89222°N 87.61806°W / 41.89222; -87.61806 (Streeter Place) [158][159]
79.079= Newberry Plaza 553 (169) 53 1974 41°54′6″N 87°37′44″W / 41.90167°N 87.62889°W / 41.90167; -87.62889 (Newberry Plaza) [160][161]
79.079= Michigan Plaza South
553 (169) 46 1985 41°53′9.75″N 87°37′25″W / 41.8860417°N 87.62361°W / 41.8860417; -87.62361 (Michigan Plaza South) [162][163]
79.079= 30 North LaSalle
553 (169) 44 1975 41°52′58″N 87°37′58″W / 41.88278°N 87.63278°W / 41.88278; -87.63278 (30 North LaSalle) [164][165]
82.082 Pittsfield Building
551 (168) 38 1927 41°52′59″N 87°37′32.5″W / 41.88306°N 87.625694°W / 41.88306; -87.625694 (Pittsfield Building) [166][167]
83.083= Harbor Point
550 (168) 54 1975 41°53′6″N 87°36′53″W / 41.88500°N 87.61472°W / 41.88500; -87.61472 (Harbor Point) [168][169]
83.083= One South Wacker
550 (168) 40 1982 41°52′54″N 87°38′10″W / 41.88167°N 87.63611°W / 41.88167; -87.63611 (One South Wacker) [170][171]

Tallest buildings by pinnacle height

This list ranks Chicago skyscrapers based on their pinnacle height, which includes radio masts and antennas. Standard architectural height measurement, which excludes antennas in building height, is included for comparative purposes. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

Tallest buildings in Chicago by pinnacle height.
Tallest buildings in Chicago by pinnacle height.
Pinn.
Rank
Std.
Rank
Name Pinnacle
height
ft (m)
Standard
height
ft (m)
Floors Year Source
1 1 Willis Tower 1,730 (527) 1,451 (442) 108 1974 [4]
2 4 John Hancock Center 1,500 (457) 1,127 (344) 100 1969 [16]
3 2 Trump International Hotel and Tower 1,389 (423) 1,170 (357) 98 2009 [12]
4 3 Aon Center 1,136 (346) 1,136 (346) 83 1973 [14]
5 5 Franklin Center North Tower 1,007 (307) 887 (270) 61 1989 [18]
6 6 Two Prudential Plaza 995 (303) 995 (303) 64 1990 [20]
7 7 311 South Wacker Drive 961 (293) 961 (293) 65 1990 [22]
8 42 One Prudential Plaza 912 (278) 601 (183) 41 1955 [108]
9 8 NEMA Chicago 896 (273) 896 (273) 76 2019 [23]
10 9 900 North Michigan 871 (266) 871 (266) 66 1989 [26]

Tallest under construction or proposed

Under construction

This lists buildings that are under construction in Chicago and are planned to rise at least 300 feet (91 m). Buildings whose construction is on-hold are also included. A floor count of 30 stories is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers. The "Year" category denotes when the building is expected to be completed.

Name Height*
ft (m)
Floors* Year*
(est.)
Notes
Vista Tower 1,198 (365) 101 2021 Topped off April 26, 2019. Will become the third-tallest building in Chicago and the tallest building in the world designed by a woman upon completion in 2020.[172][173]
One Chicago East Tower 969 (295) 78 2022 [174][175]
1000M 832 (254) 73 TBD Construction has temporarily been halted due to COVID-19 concerns.[176][177][178]
Salesforce Tower Chicago 813 (248) 60 2023 Formerly known as Wolf Point South Tower.[179][180][181]
BMO Tower 729 (222) 51 2022 [182][183][184][185]
One Chicago West Tower 574 (174) 49 2022 [174][186]
Cirrus 512 (156) 47 2021 Formerly known as Lakeshore East J Tower.[187]
353 West Grand Avenue 449 (137) 41 2021 [188][189]
Old Town Park Tower Three 447 (136) 41 2021 [190][191]
Cascade 396 (121) 37 2021 Formerly known as Lakeshore East KL Tower.[187]

Proposed

This lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Chicago and that are planned to rise at least 300 feet (91 m). A floor count of 50 stories is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers. The "Year" category denotes when construction of the building is expected to begin.

Name Height*
ft (m)
Floors* Year*
(est.)
Notes
Tribune East Tower 1,422 (433) 116 2022 Approved May 11, 2020.[192] Would become the second-tallest building in Chicago upon completion.[193][194][195]
Lakeshore East I Tower 950 (289) 80 2021 [196][197]
400 Lake Shore Drive South Tower 875 (267) TBD 2021 Approved May 21, 2020.[198][199][200]
113 East Roosevelt (Phase II) >829 (>253) 76 Approved November 19, 2015.[201]
400 Lake Shore Drive North Tower 765 (233) TBD 2021 Approved May 21, 2020.[198][199][200]
130 North Franklin Street 700 (214) 53 Approved August 2015.[202][203][204]
193 North Columbus Drive 650 (168) 60 Formerly known as Lakeshore East Site O.[205][206]
Southbank Building A 598 (182) 51 [207]
725 West Randolph Street 550 (187) TBD 2020 Initial design was approved July 19, 2018; revised design is pending approval.[208][209][210]
300 NMA 523 (159) 47 2020 Approved July 22, 2019.[211][212][213]
222 North Stetson Avenue TBD 46 2020 [214][215]
906 West Randolph Street 495 (151) 43 2020 Approved December 19, 2019.[216][217][218]
1520-1576 North Fremont Street 465 (142) 40 Zoning application filed July 25, 2018.[219][220]
444 North Dearborn Street 455 (139) 29 2020 [221][222]
Southbank Building B 418 (127) 38 [223]
Southbank Building E 416 (127) 38 2021 [224][225]
344 North Canal Street TBD 33 2020 Approved May 21, 2020.[226][227]
322 North Clark Street 395 (120) 32 Approved August 2016.[228][229][230]
1120 North State Street 336 (102) 29 [231]
12 West Maple Street 330 (101) 22 2020 Approved September 19, 2019.[232][233]

Cancelled

This lists buildings designed to rise at least 800 feet (244 m) that were approved for construction in Chicago but were cancelled prior to completion. This list does not include vision projects such as Gateway Tower or the Miglin-Beitler Skyneedle, nor does it include projects that were not approved by the Chicago Plan Commission such as the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel and Residence Tower.

Name Height*
ft (m)
Floors* Approved Cancelled Notes
7 South Dearborn 2,000 (610) 112 1999 2000 One South Dearborn was built on the site instead.[234][235]
Chicago Spire 2,000 (610) 150 2007 2014 400 Lake Shore Drive is the current proposal for the site.[236][237]
Old Chicago Main Post Office Twin Towers 2,000 (610) 120 2011 2014 Part of the Old Chicago Main Post Office Redevelopment pursued by Bill Davies.[238]
Waterview Tower 1,047 (319) 89 2005 2008 The original design for Waterview Tower was cancelled after construction of the first 26 floors of the building. OneEleven was built on the vacated structure.[239][240][241]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding expected building heights, floor counts or dates of completion were not released.

Timeline of tallest buildings

This is a list of buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Chicago. Of all the buildings that have held the title, only Willis Tower has also held the title of world's tallest building.

Name Image Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Notes
First Holy Name Cathedral[A]
Gerald Farinas Holy Name Cathedral from Street.jpg
1854–1869 245 (75) 1 [242]
Saint Michael's Church
St. Michaels Church, Chicago in 2014.jpg
1869–1885 290 (88) 1 [243]
Chicago Board of Trade Building[B]
Chicago Board of Trade 1885.jpg
1885–1895 322 (98) 10 [244]
Masonic Temple Building
Chicago Masonic Temple Building.jpg
1895–1899[C] 302 (92) 21 [245]
Montgomery Ward Building[D] 1899–1922 394 (120) 22 [246]
Wrigley Building
Wrigley Building - Chicago, Illinois.JPG
1922–1924 438 (134) 30 [247]
Chicago Temple Building
Chicago Temple Building.jpg
1924–1930 568 (173) 23 [145]
Chicago Board of Trade Building
Chicago Board of Trade Building6.jpg
1930–1965 605 (184) 44 [106]
Richard J. Daley Center
Chicago 6.JPG
1965–1969 648 (198) 32 [80]
John Hancock Center
John Hancock Center 2.jpg
1969–1973 1,127 (344) 100 [16]
Aon Center
Aon Center2.jpg
1973–1974 1,136 (346) 83 [14]
Willis Tower
Sears Tower ss.jpg
1974–present 1,451 (442) 108 [4]

See also

Notes

A. ^ This building was destroyed by the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, and replaced by the current cathedral of the same name in 1875.
B. ^ The clock tower on this building was removed in 1895, allowing a shorter building to become the tallest in the city.
C. ^ The Masonic Temple, built in 1892, became the tallest in Chicago three years later when the Board of Trade Building had its clock tower removed.
D. ^ This building is currently 282 feet (86 m) tall, following the removal of a pyramid top and sculpture.

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