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List of tallest buildings in Dallas

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Skyline of Dallas (use cursor to identify buildings)Bank of America PlazaRenaissance TowerComerica Bank TowerJPMorgan Chase TowerFountain PlaceTrammell Crow CenterThanksgiving TowerThe DreverOne AT&T PlazaOne Main Place
Skyline of Dallas (use cursor to identify buildings)
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Dallas, the third largest city in the U.S. state of Texas, is the site of 36 completed high-rises over 350 feet (107 m), 19 of which stand taller than 492 feet (150 m).[1][2][3] The tallest building in the city is the Bank of America Plaza, which rises 921 feet (281 m) in Downtown Dallas and was completed in 1985. It also stands as the 3rd-tallest building in Texas and the 28th-tallest building in the United States.[4] The second-tallest skyscraper in the city is the Renaissance Tower, which rises 886 feet (270 m) and was completed in 1974.[5] The Comerica Bank Tower, completed in 1987 and rising 787 feet (240 m), is the third-tallest building in Dallas.[6] Three of the ten tallest buildings in Texas are located in Dallas.[7]

The history of skyscrapers in the city began with the construction of the Praetorian Building in 1909. This building, rising 184 feet (56 m) and 14 floors,[8] is often regarded as the first skyscraper in Dallas[9] or even the entire Western United States;[10] it was demolished in 2013.[8] Dallas's first building standing more than 492 feet (150 m) was the Mercantile National Bank Building, completed in 1943.[11] During the 1980s energy boom, the city saw a significant number of completed projects.[12] There are currently four buildings under construction that are planned to rise at least 350 feet (107 m).[13][2][3] Overall, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat ranks Dallas's skyline (based on existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m) tall) 3rd in the Southern United States (after Miami and Houston) and 9th in the United States.[a]

Skyline of Dallas seen from the west

Tallest buildings

As of July 2017, there are 33 high-rises in Dallas that stand at least 350 feet (107 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This height includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.[b][1][2][3] Freestanding observation towers are included for comparison purposes but not ranked.[c]

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Coordinates Notes
01.01 Bank of America Plaza
Dallas Bank of America Plaza 2.jpg
921 (280.7) 72 1985 32°46′47.9″N 96°48′14.3″W / 32.779972°N 96.803972°W / 32.779972; -96.803972 (Bank of America Plaza) 178th-tallest building in the world;[d] 32nd-tallest in the United States; 3rd-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1980s. Tallest office building in Dallas.[4][24][25]
02.02 Renaissance Tower[e]
Dallas Renaissance Tower 1.jpg
886 (270.1) 56 1974 32°46′52.3″N 96°48′6.6″W / 32.781194°N 96.801833°W / 32.781194; -96.801833 (Renaissance Tower) 210th-tallest building in the world; 31st-tallest in the United States; 5th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1970s.[5][26][27][28]
03.03 Comerica Bank Tower
Bank One Center.jpg
787 (239.9) 60 1987 32°46′53.7″N 96°47′47.3″W / 32.781583°N 96.796472°W / 32.781583; -96.796472 (Comerica Bank Tower) 478th-tallest in the world; 61st-tallest in the United States; 6th-tallest in Texas.[6][29][30]
04.04 JPMorgan Chase Tower
JPMorganChaseTower.png
738 (225) 55 1987 32°47′16.2″N 96°47′48″W / 32.787833°N 96.79667°W / 32.787833; -96.79667 (JPMorgan Chase Tower) 11th-tallest in Texas.[31][32][33]
05.05 Fountain Place
Fountain place.jpg
720 (219.5) 62 1986 32°47′4.9″N 96°48′9.2″W / 32.784694°N 96.802556°W / 32.784694; -96.802556 (Fountain Place) 14th-tallest in Texas.[34][35][36]
06.06 Trammell Crow Center
Dallas Trammell Crow Center 2.jpg
686 (209.1) 50 1984 32°47′15.3″N 96°47′57.3″W / 32.787583°N 96.799250°W / 32.787583; -96.799250 (Trammell Crow Center) 17th-tallest in Texas.[37][38][39]
07.07 1700 Pacific
1700 Pacific northside.jpg
655 (199.7) 50 1983 32°46′56.3″N 96°47′47.3″W / 32.782306°N 96.796472°W / 32.782306; -96.796472 (1700 Pacific) 22nd-tallest in Texas.[40][41][42]
08.08 Thanksgiving Tower
Thanksgiving Tower.jpg
645 (196.5) 50 1982 32°46′55.2″N 96°47′54.1″W / 32.782000°N 96.798361°W / 32.782000; -96.798361 (Thanksgiving Tower) [43][44][45]
09.09 Energy Plaza
Dallas Energy Plaza.jpg
629 (191.7) 49 1983 32°46′59.4″N 96°47′56.7″W / 32.783167°N 96.799083°W / 32.783167; -96.799083 (Energy Plaza) [46][47][48]
10.010 The Drever
Dallas Elm Place.jpg
628 (191.4) 52 1965 32°46′53″N 96°48′2.4″W / 32.78139°N 96.800667°W / 32.78139; -96.800667 (The Drever) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1960s.[49][50][51]
11.011 Gables Republic Tower (Republic Center Tower I)
Republic Tower I.JPG
602 (183.5) 36 1954 32°46′59.6″N 96°47′52.6″W / 32.783222°N 96.797944°W / 32.783222; -96.797944 (Gables Republic Tower) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1950s. Tallest residential building in Dallas since its renovation in 2007.[52][53][54]
12.012 Republic Center Tower II
Republic II.jpg
598 (182.3) 50 1964 32°46′59.9″N 96°47′50.4″W / 32.783306°N 96.797333°W / 32.783306; -96.797333 (Republic Center Tower II) [55][56][57]
13.013 One AT&T Plaza
AT&THQDallas.jpg
580 (176.8) 37 1984 32°46′46.3″N 96°47′55.7″W / 32.779528°N 96.798806°W / 32.779528; -96.798806 (One AT&T Plaza) [58][59][60]
14.014 Ross Tower
Lincoln Plaza Dallas.jpg
579 (176.5) 45 1984 32°47′3.4″N 96°48′0.7″W / 32.784278°N 96.800194°W / 32.784278; -96.800194 (Ross Tower) [61][62][63]
15.0-16.015 Museum Tower
Museum Tower.jpg
560 (170.7) 42 2013 32°47′22″N 96°48′0.2″W / 32.78944°N 96.800056°W / 32.78944; -96.800056 (Museum Tower) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 2010s.[64][65][66]
Tower at Cityplace
Cityplace Tower in Dallas, Texas.jpg
560 (170.7) 42 1989 32°48′19.9″N 96°47′32.7″W / 32.805528°N 96.792417°W / 32.805528; -96.792417 (Tower at Cityplace) Tallest building in the city outside of Downtown Dallas.[67][68][69]
17.0 Reunion Tower
Reunion Tower dallas.jpg
560 (170.7) 1978 32°46′34.1″N 96°48′32.8″W / 32.776139°N 96.809111°W / 32.776139; -96.809111 (Reunion Tower) [70][71]
18.017 Sheraton Dallas Hotel Central Tower
Adam'sMarkComplex.jpg
550 (167.6) 42 1959 32°47′6.4″N 96°47′41.5″W / 32.785111°N 96.794861°W / 32.785111; -96.794861 (Sheraton Dallas Hotel Central Tower) Tallest hotel in Dallas.[72][73][74]
19.018 Mercantile National Bank Building
Mercantile Bank Building.jpg
523 (159.4) 31 1943 32°46′50.8″N 96°47′48.3″W / 32.780778°N 96.796750°W / 32.780778; -96.796750 (Mercantile National Bank Building) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1940s. The only major office building completed in the US during World War II.[11][75][76]
20.019 Bryan Tower
Dallas Bryan Tower and parking garage.jpg
512 (156.1) 40 1973 32°47′7″N 96°47′46.9″W / 32.78528°N 96.796361°W / 32.78528; -96.796361 (Bryan Tower) [77][78][79]
21.020 Harwood Center 483 (147.2) 36 1982 32°47′5.5″N 96°47′49.8″W / 32.784861°N 96.797167°W / 32.784861; -96.797167 (Harwood Center) [80][81][82]
22.021 KPMG Centre
Kpmgdallas.jpg
481 (146.6) 34 1980 32°47′8.4″N 96°47′53.4″W / 32.785667°N 96.798167°W / 32.785667; -96.798167 (KPMG Centre) [83][84][85]
23.022 2100 Ross Avenue
Dallas 2100 Ross Ave (San Jacinto Tower) 2.jpg
456 (139) 33 1982 32°47′14.9″N 96°47′51.3″W / 32.787472°N 96.797583°W / 32.787472; -96.797583 (2100 Ross Avenue) [86][87][88]
24.023 Renaissance Dallas Hotel 451 (137.5) 29 1983 32°48′14.1″N 96°49′55.6″W / 32.803917°N 96.832111°W / 32.803917; -96.832111 (Renaissance Dallas Hotel) [89][90][91]
25.0-26.024 Sheraton Dallas Hotel North Tower
Adam'sMarkComplex.jpg
448 (136.6) 31 1980 32°47′7.5″N 96°47′42.7″W / 32.785417°N 96.795194°W / 32.785417; -96.795194 (Sheraton Dallas Hotel North Tower) [92][93][94]
One Dallas Center
PatriotTower01.jpg
448 (136.6) 30 1979 32°47′2.5″N 96°47′48.4″W / 32.784028°N 96.796778°W / 32.784028; -96.796778 (One Dallas Center) [95][96][97]
27.026 One Main Place
Dallas One Main Place.jpg
445 (135.6) 34 1968 32°46′49.6″N 96°48′6.9″W / 32.780444°N 96.801917°W / 32.780444; -96.801917 (One Main Place) [98][99][100]
28.027 W Dallas Victory Hotel & Residences
W Tower, Dallas.jpg
439 (133.8) 32 2006 32°47′18.8″N 96°48′32.8″W / 32.788556°N 96.809111°W / 32.788556; -96.809111 (W Dallas Victory Hotel & Residences) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 2000s.[101][102][103]
29.028 1600 Pacific Tower 434 (132.3) 31 1964 32°46′54.7″N 96°47′56″W / 32.781861°N 96.79889°W / 32.781861; -96.79889 (1600 Pacific Tower) [104][105][106]
30.029 Mosaic I
Dallas Union Tower Complex (Mosaic) cityscape.jpg
400 (121.9) 33 1959 32°46′56.6″N 96°47′59.2″W / 32.782389°N 96.799778°W / 32.782389; -96.799778 (Mosaic I) [107][108][109]
31.030 Magnolia Building
Magnolia Dallas.jpg
399 (121.6) 27 1923 32°46′48.8″N 96°47′56.7″W / 32.780222°N 96.799083°W / 32.780222; -96.799083 (Magnolia Building) Tallest building constructed in Dallas in the 1920s.[110][111][112]
32.031 Azure 375 (114.3) 31 2007 32°46′48.8″N 96°47′56.7″W / 32.780222°N 96.799083°W / 32.780222; -96.799083 (Azure) [113][114][115]
33.032 Three AT&T Plaza 372 (113.4) 24 1928 32°46′43.7″N 96°47′55.8″W / 32.778806°N 96.798833°W / 32.778806; -96.798833 (Three AT&T Plaza) [116][117][118]
34.033 The House[f] 371 (113) 28 2008 32°47′5.8″N 96°48′34.3″W / 32.784944°N 96.809528°W / 32.784944; -96.809528 (The House) [119]
35.034 AC Hotel/Residence Inn Downtown Dallas 360 (109.7) 22 1954 32°46′48.8″N 96°47′46.7″W / 32.780222°N 96.796306°W / 32.780222; -96.796306 (AC Hotel/Residence Inn Downtown Dallas) [120][121]
36.035 Three Galleria Tower 354 (107.9) 26 1991 32°55′37.2″N 96°49′7.2″W / 32.927000°N 96.818667°W / 32.927000; -96.818667 (Three Galleria Tower) [122][123][124]
37.036 Sheraton Dallas Hotel South Tower
Adam'sMarkComplex.jpg
352 (107.3) 28 1958 32°47′4.7″N 96°47′39.9″W / 32.784639°N 96.794417°W / 32.784639; -96.794417 (Sheraton Dallas Hotel South Tower) [125][126][127]

Tallest under construction

As of July 2018, there are four buildings under construction in Dallas that are planned to rise at least 350 feet (107 m).[13][2][3][g]

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
AMLI Fountain Place 562 (171.3) 46 2019 Construction started in September 2017.[128]
Atelier Tower 500

(152.4)

41 2020 Construction started in June 2018
2101 North Pearl Tower I 400 (121.9) 32 2018 Construction started in 2016.[129]
Katy Station 394 (120.1) 30 2018 Construction started in 2016.[130]
Bleu Ciel 374 (114) 30 2017 Construction started in 2015. Architecturally topped out.[131]

Timeline of tallest buildings

Depiction of the Praetorian Building on a 1908 postcard; demolished 2013
Depiction of the Praetorian Building on a 1908 postcard; demolished 2013

Since 1909, the year the first high-rise in the city was constructed,[9] the title of the tallest building in Dallas has been held by eight high-rises.

Original name Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
Praetorian Building[h] 1909–1912 (3 years) 184 (56.1) 14 [8]
Adolphus Hotel 1912–1923 (11 years) 312 (95.1) 25 [132]
Magnolia Building 1923–1943 (20 years) 399 (121.6) 27 [110]
Mercantile National Bank Building 1943–1954 (11 years) 523 (159.4) 31 [11]
Republic National Bank Building 1954–1965 (11 years) 602 (183.5) 36 [52]
First National Bank Tower 1965–1974 (9 years) 628 (191.4) 52 [49]
First International Building[e] 1974–1985 (11 years) 710 (216.4) 56 [5]
Bank of America Plaza 1985–present (33 years) 921 (280.7) 75 [4]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ New York has 293 existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m),[14] Chicago has 128,[15] Miami has 56,[16] Houston has 39,[17] Los Angeles has 32,[18] San Francisco has 28,[19] Boston has 20,[20] Seattle has 20,[21] and Dallas has 19.[22]
  2. ^ If two or more buildings are of the same height, they are listed in order of floor count, then alphabetically. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.
  3. ^ According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, freestanding observation towers with fewer than 50 percent of their height occupiable are not considered buildings.[23]
  4. ^ Along with the Vitri Tower in Panama City, Panama.
  5. ^ a b Originally constructed at a height of 710 feet (216 m), the building's height was extended in 1986.
  6. ^ Height estimated by the CTBUH.
  7. ^ Any buildings that have been topped out but are not completed are also included.
  8. ^ Height estimated by Emporis. Demolished in 2013.

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