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List of tallest buildings in Tampa

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Tampa, the third-largest city in the U.S. state of Florida, is home to 147 completed high-rises,[1] 21 of which stand taller than 250 feet (76 m). The tallest building in Tampa is the 42-story 100 North Tampa, which rises 579 feet (176 m) and was completed in 1992.[2] The structure is the twenty sixth-tallest completed building in Florida, and the tallest building in the state outside of Miami and Jacksonville.[2] The city's second-tallest building is the Bank of America Plaza, which rises 42 stories and 577 feet (176 m) in height.[3] The building was damaged in a 2002 plane crash, in which a young pilot stole and crashed a Cessna 172 into the building's north face.[3] Overall, of the 30 tallest buildings in Florida, two are located in Tampa.[4]

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Background

History

The history of skyscrapers in Tampa began with the completion of the Citizens Bank Building in 1913; this building is often regarded as the first high-rise in the city, rising 10 stories. Later in the 1920s, two more stories were added to reach 145 feet (44 m) in height.[5] The city's first skyscraper to surpass 250 feet (76 m) was the 280-foot (85 m) Franklin Exchange Building, completed in 1966.[6] Tampa went through a large high-rise construction boom that has lasted from the completion of One Tampa City Center in 1981 to the present; during this time, the city has seen the completion of 16 of its 18 tallest buildings, including 100 North Tampa and the Bank of America Plaza. Although no Tampa skyscrapers rank among the tallest in the United States, the city is home to four buildings rising higher than 500 feet (152 m). As of August 2019, Tampa ranks second in the state in high-rise count, behind Miami, which is the site of 398 high-rises.[1][7]

Present

Tampa's skyscraper construction has continued to the present; since 2000, nine buildings rising higher than 250 feet (76 m) have been completed. The latest, The Channel Club, rises 261 feet (80 m) in height and was completed in 2018. The Channel Club stands as the twentieth-tallest building in Tampa, behind the 262-foot (80 m) Nine15. As of January 2019, there were 22 high-rises under construction, approved and proposed for construction in the city.[1] By the end of the 2019, up to 20 high-rises will be under construction. A majority of them are soon-to-be announced Water Street Tampa projects. In 2021, Tampa will have its new tallest skyscraper completed. Riverwalk Place will be a 58-story [637 ft (194 m)] tower that includes luxury condominiums and restaurants.

Water Street Tampa

Water Street Tampa,[8] the 3 Billion Dollar Project, that will transform Tampa's skyline. Water Street Tampa is a massive mixed-use Tampa Bay Lighting owner, Jeffrey Vinik, has envision for years. The project was developed by Strategic Property Partners, LLC, a joint venture of Cascade Investment, owned by Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, and Jeffrey Vinik. More than 50 acres of downtown Tampa will consist of Water Street Tampa. It will create 2.2 million square feet of new office space; approximately 3,500 new rental and for-sale residences; 1 million square feet of new retail, cultural, educational, and entertainment space at the street-level, as well as 12.9 acres of new and enhanced park and public gathering places. Two new hotels, JW Marriott (four-star hotel) and EDITION Marriott (Tampa's first five-star hotel), will boost over 650 new rooms. A $40 million renovation is also planned at the existing Marriott Waterside hotel. Within a year of April 23, 2018, construction should be underway on Phase 1 (10 of Water Street Tampa's planned 22 buildings). Tampa's hockey arena, Amalie Arena, will be surrounded by up to about 20 construction cranes at a time, with nearly 3,000 hard hats on the job. Water Street Tampa will be one of the largest downtown real estate developments in the United States. Water Street Tampa is expected to be divided into 3 phases. The largest phase, 1, is scheduled to be completed in 2021, while the last phase, 3, is set to be completed in 2027.

Tallest buildings

100 North Tampa, the tallest building in Tampa and on Florida's Gulf Coast
100 North Tampa, the tallest building in Tampa and on Florida's Gulf Coast
One Tampa City Center is the third-tallest building in Tampa.
One Tampa City Center is the third-tallest building in Tampa.

This list ranks Tampa skyscrapers that stand at least 250 feet (76 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 in which a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
1 100 North Tampa
579 (176) 42 1992
  • Has been the tallest building in the city since 1992
  • Tallest building along Florida's Gulf Coast
  • Tallest building constructed in Tampa in the 1990s
  • Also known as the Regions Building[2][9]
2 Bank of America Plaza
577 (176) 42 1986
3 One Tampa City Center
537 (164) 38 1981
4 SunTrust Financial Centre
525 (160) 36 1992 [13][14]
5 Element
460 (140) 34 2009
  • Tallest building constructed in Tampa in the 2000s[15][16]
6 Park Tower
458 (140) 36 1972
  • Tallest building constructed in Tampa in the 1970s
  • Formerly known as the Lykes Building[17][18]
  • Also known as the BB&T Building
7 Rivergate Tower
454 (138) 32 1988 [19][20]
8= Hillsborough County Center 375 (114) 28 1993 [21][22]
8= Sam Gibbons Federal Courthouse
375 (114) 17 1997 [23][24]
10 SkyPoint
361 (110) 32 2007 [25][26]
11= Towers of Channelside East
327 (100) 30 2007 [27][28]
11= Towers of Channelside West
327 (100) 30 2007 [29][30]
13 Tampa Marriott Waterside
326 (99) 27 2000 [31][32]
14 Wells Fargo Center
311 (95) 22 1985
  • Formerly known as the Wachovia Center[33][34]
15 Franklin Exchange Building 280 (85) 22 1966
  • Tallest building constructed in Tampa in the 1960s[6][35]
16 Fifth Third Center
279 (85) 19 1981
  • Also known as the Southtrust Building[36][37]
17 SkyHouse Channelside 275 (84) 23 2015 [38]
18 The Alagon on Bayshore 273 (83) 23 2006 [39]
19 Nine15 262 (80) 23 2017 [40]
20 The Channel Club 261 (80) 22 2018
21 The Stovall 255 (78) 22 2001 [41][42]
22 One Mack-Cali Center 252 (77) 21 1983 [43]

Timeline of tallest buildings

The Floridan Hotel stood as the tallest building in the city from 1926 until 1966.
The Floridan Hotel stood as the tallest building in the city from 1926 until 1966.

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

Name Image Street address Height
ft (m)
Floors Years tallest Reference
Florida Brewing Company Building
1234 5th Avenue E. 75 (25) 6 1896–1913 [44]
Citizens Bank Building 701 North Franklin Street 145 (44) 12 1913–1915 [5]
Tampa City Hall 315 John F. Kennedy Boulevard 160 (49) 10 1915–1926 [45]
Floridan Hotel 905 North Florida Avenue 204 (62) 17 1926–1966 [46]
Franklin Exchange Building 655 North Franklin Street 280 (85) 22 1966–1972 [35]
Park Tower
400 North Tampa Street 458 (140) 36 1972–1981 [18]
One Tampa City Center
201 North Franklin Street 537 (164) 39 1981–1986 [12]
Bank of America Tower
101 East Kennedy Boulevard 577 (176) 42 1986–1992 [10]
100 North Tampa
100 North Tampa Street 579 (177) 42 1992–present [9]

Tallest approved, under construction, or proposed

This lists buildings that are under construction, approved or proposed to rise at least 200 feet. The "Year" column represents the estimated year the structure is set for completion.

Approved

This lists buildings that are currently approved in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet.

Name Neighborhood Height

ft (m)

Floors Year (est.) Notes
Riverwalk Place Central Business District 637 (194) 58 2021
  • It will be Tampa's tallest skyscraper when built.[47]
Lafayette Place Central Business District 625 (191) 40 2022
  • It will also include (2) 26 stories buildings.[48]
Eleve' 61 Channel District 382 (116) 36 2020
Hyde Park House Bayshore 261 (80) 21 2021
2907 Bay to Bay Bayshore 250 (76) 23 2020
Moxy by Marriott Tampa Heights 254 (77) 25 2022
102 East Tyler Downtown 260 (79) 23 2021

Under Construction

This lists buildings that are currently under construction in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet.

Name Neighborhood Height

ft (m)

Floors Year (est.) Notes
Tampa EDITION Hotel & Residences Water Street 319 (97) 28 2021
  • It will be Tampa's first five-star hotel / condominiums when built. Construction began in August 2019.[49]
815 Water Street Water Street 312 (95) 26 2020
  • Two-part tower. It will be classified as a condominium tower. Construction began in November 2018.[50][51]
1001 Water Street Water Street 304 (93) 20 2021
  • It will be the first office tower built in more than 25 years. Construction began in July 2019.[52]
USF Medical School Water Street 295 (90) 13 2019
  • Construction began in September 2017.[53]
JW Marriott Water Street 289 (88) 26 2020
  • It will be classified as a four-star hotel. Construction began in April 2018.[54]
Virage Bayshore Bayshore 287 (87) 24 2020
  • Construction began in October 2017.[55]
815 Water Street Water Street 250 (76) 21 2020
  • Two-part tower. It will be classified as a rental tower. Construction began in November 2018.[50][51]
The Sanctuary at Alexandra Place Bayshore 216 (66) 17 2020
  • Construction began in March 2019.[56]
Hyatt Place & House Central Business District 190 (58) 17 2020
  • Construction began in February 2019. [57]
Midtown Tampa Westshore 250 (76) 14 2021
  • 1.8 million-square-foot project designed to link downtown to Westshore area. Construction began in May 2019.[58]
Westshore Marina District South Tampa 201 (61) 16 2020
  • Mixed-used development. It will feature (3) 16 stories towers. Construction began in 2019.[59]

Proposed

This lists buildings that are currently proposed in Tampa and are planned to rise at least 200 feet.

Name Neighborhood Height

ft (m)

Floors Year (est.) Notes
Seasons Apartments Downtown 476 (145) 41 2021
  • Two-part tower called Seasons Apartments and Suites. This tower would be called Seasons Apartments and have 487 residents units.
Seasons Suites Downtown 325 (99) 27 2021
  • Two-part tower called Seasons Apartments and Suites. This tower would be called Season Suites and have 54 units.
Arris Tampa Downtown 397 (121) 34 2021 [60]
Straz Tower Downtown 300 (91) 26 2021
1077 Water Street Water Street 21 2021
1010 Water Street Water Street 277 (84) 24 2021
400 Channelside Water Street 303 (92) 19 2021
Altura Bayshore Bayshore 274 (84) 22 2022 [61]
2103 Bayshore Blvd Bayshore 219 (67) 21 2022
1050 Water Street Water Street 259 (80) 23 2021
X Tampa Downtown 326 (99) 29 2021
Port Parking Lot Tower Channel District 33 2022

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

See also

References

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