List of tallest buildings in Bucharest

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Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is the site of 100 completed high-rises, 4 of which stand taller than 100 metres (328 ft) and 71 of which stand taller than 50 metres (164 ft).[1] The tallest skyscraper in the city and Romania is the SkyTower, which rises 137 m (449 ft) in Sector 1.[2] The city has been the site of several construction projects that mostly consist of new office buildings, residential towers and hotel developments.

Bucharest's history of high-rises began with the 1932 completion of the 14-storey Carlton Bloc.[3] The 47 m (154 ft) structure was, at the time of its completion, the tallest building in the city; it remained the tallest in Bucharest until the 53 m (174 ft) Telephone Palace was completed in 1934.[4][5] Bucharest underwent a major building boom during the communist regime which led to many systematization works.[6] During this time, the Casa Presei Libere became the tallest building in the city; the 104 m (341 ft) structure was also the tallest building in Romania until 2007, when the Tower Center International was completed.[2] The most recent high-rise construction project to be completed in Bucharest was the Globalworth Tower. The project consisted of a 118 m (387 ft) office building of 27 storeys.[7] The building, located on the Barbu Văcărescu street was completed in April 2016, becoming the 2nd-tallest building in the city.

As of June 2016, there are 25 buildings under construction in Bucharest that are planned to rise over 50 m (164 ft) in height. The largest construction projects in the city are the Orhideea Towers, The Bridge and the Globalworth Campus. The Orhideea Towers is an under-construction dual tower complex comprising one 17-floor 85 m (279 ft) tall building and one 13-floor 64 m (210 ft) tall building linked together by a skybridge.[8] The project is expected to be delivered by 2017.[9] The Bridge is another large project consisting of two 10 floor office buildings located next to the Orhideea towers.[10] The largest and most important project in construction is the Globalworth Campus consisting of three office buildings, two of which have 12 floors and one 14 floors. The 105,000 m2 (1,130,211 sq ft) complex will be at completion, in 2017, the largest office building complex in Bucharest and Romania surpassing the 92,855 m2 (999,483 sq ft) Iride Business Park owned by Immofinanz.[11][12] The original project of the Globalworth Campus included a fourth 25 floor building which was not included in the development.[13]

Tallest buildings

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List of tallest buildings in Bucharest (black buildings are completed, gray ones are proposed or under construction)

This lists ranks Bucharest high-rises that stand at least 60 m (197 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.[citation needed]

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Coordinates Notes
01.01 SkyTower Floreasca SkyTower, Bucharest(1).jpg 137 m (449 ft) 37 2012 44°28′42″N 26°6′14″E / 44.47833°N 26.10389°E / 44.47833; 26.10389 (SkyTower) Tallest building in Bucharest and Romania since completion in 2012[14]
02.02 Globalworth Tower Globalworth Tower Bucharest.jpg 118 m (387 ft) 27 2016 44°28′46″N 26°6′8″E / 44.47944°N 26.10222°E / 44.47944; 26.10222 (Globalworth Tower) Second tallest building in Bucharest at completion in 2016[15]
03.03 Tower Center International Bucharest Tower Center.jpg 106.3 m (349 ft) 26 2008 44°27′16″N 26°4′52″E / 44.45444°N 26.08111°E / 44.45444; 26.08111 (Tower Center International) Was the tallest building in Bucharest between 2007 and 2012[16]
04.04 Casa Presei Libere Bucharest (11375436045).jpg 104 m (341 ft) 23 1956 44°28′51.36″N 26°4′16.35″E / 44.4809333°N 26.0712083°E / 44.4809333; 26.0712083 (Casa Presei Libere) Tallest building in Bucharest between 1956 and 2007
05.05 Asmita Gardens Tower 3 Bloc - Asmita Gardens.jpg 92.2 m (302 ft) 25 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) Tallest residential building in Romania[17]
06.06 InterContinental Bucharest Statuie Caragiale - Hotel Intercontinental.jpg 87 m (285 ft) 25 1970 44°26′14″N 26°6′8″E / 44.43722°N 26.10222°E / 44.43722; 26.10222 (InterContinental) Tallest hotel in Romania[18]
07.07 Palace of the Parliament Casa Poporului.jpg 84 m (276 ft) 12 1997 44°25′39″N 26°5′15″E / 44.42750°N 26.08750°E / 44.42750; 26.08750 (Palace of the Parliament) Largest building in Romania[19]
08.08 Bucharest Financial Plaza Financial Plaza Bucuresti 1.jpg 83 m (272 ft) 18 1997 44°25′58″N 26°5′48″E / 44.43278°N 26.09667°E / 44.43278; 26.09667 (InterContinental) Headquarters of BCR Bank
09.09 BRD Tower BRD Tower in Bucharest.JPG 82 m (269 ft) 19 2003 44°27′9″N 26°5′1″E / 44.45250°N 26.08361°E / 44.45250; 26.08361 (BRD Tower) Headquarters of BRD – Groupe Société Générale
10.010 Asmita Gardens Tower 6 Asmita Gardens.jpg 80 m (260 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) Second tallest residential building in Romania[17]
10.010 Euro Tower Euro Tower Official.jpg 80 m (260 ft) 19 2009 44°27′25.5″N 26°6′23.9″E / 44.457083°N 26.106639°E / 44.457083; 26.106639 (Euro Tower) The first green building in Bucharest[20]
10.010 Nusco Tower 80 m (260 ft) 20 2010 44°28′49.6″N 26°6′13.9″E / 44.480444°N 26.103861°E / 44.480444; 26.103861 (Nusco Tower) [21]
13.013 Doamna Ghica Plaza A 78 m (256 ft) 24 2011 44°27′7″N 26°8′41.6″E / 44.45194°N 26.144889°E / 44.45194; 26.144889 (Doamna Ghica Plaza) The complex has one 24 floor tower and four 16 floor towers[22]
14.014 Monaco Towers I 77 m (253 ft) 20 2009 44°22′15.6″N 26°8′27.6″E / 44.371000°N 26.141000°E / 44.371000; 26.141000 (Monaco Towers) [23]
14.014 Monaco Towers II 77 m (253 ft) 20 2009 44°22′15.6″N 26°8′27.6″E / 44.371000°N 26.141000°E / 44.371000; 26.141000 (Monaco Towers) [23]
16.016 Cathedral Plaza Cathedral Plaza.jpg 75 m (246 ft) 19 2011 44°26′32.6″N 26°5′31.1″E / 44.442389°N 26.091972°E / 44.442389; 26.091972 (Cathedral Plaza) The building might endanger the structural integrity of the nearby St. Joseph Cathedral[24]
17.017 TVR Tower Memorial to the 1989 Revolution at the romanian TV headquarters.JPG 74 m (243 ft) 13 1968 44°27′49.1″N 26°5′21″E / 44.463639°N 26.08917°E / 44.463639; 26.08917 (TVR Tower) Headquarters of the Romanian National Television [25]
18.018 City Gate North Tower City Gate Towers.jpg 72 m (236 ft) 18 2009 44°28′42.5″N 26°4′15.7″E / 44.478472°N 26.071028°E / 44.478472; 26.071028 (City Gate Towers) [26]
18.018 City Gate South Tower City Gate - Turn Sud.jpg 72 m (236 ft) 18 2009 44°28′39.3″N 26°4′17″E / 44.477583°N 26.07139°E / 44.477583; 26.07139 (City Gate Towers) [26]
18.018 Crystal Tower Crystal Tower.jpg 72 m (236 ft) 15 2011 44°27′9.4″N 26°5′43.5″E / 44.452611°N 26.095417°E / 44.452611; 26.095417 (Crystal Tower) The first private office building in Bucharest with a heliport and it serves as the headquarters of the Dutch banking group ING.[27]
18.018 Millennium Business Center Rosetti1.jpg 72 m (236 ft) 19 2009 44°26′15.2″N 26°6′36.7″E / 44.437556°N 26.110194°E / 44.437556; 26.110194 (Millennium Business Center) On June 27, 2009 the building went on fire after a big billboard exploded (probably) because it was struck by lightning[28]
22.022 Alia Apartments 70 m (230 ft) 20 2010 44°27′51.1″N 26°4′23.8″E / 44.464194°N 26.073278°E / 44.464194; 26.073278 (Alia Apartments) [29]
22.022 Charles de Gaulle Plaza Centrul de afaceri din Piaţa Charles de Gaulle; oct 2oo7.jpg 70 m (230 ft) 16 2005 44°27′55.3″N 26°5′14.1″E / 44.465361°N 26.087250°E / 44.465361; 26.087250 (Charles de Gaulle Plaza) Has the fastest elevators in Romania having a speed of 2.5 m/s[30]
22.022 Sheraton Bucharest Hotel HowardJonson.jpg 70 m (230 ft) 18 2001 44°26′48.2″N 26°5′56.6″E / 44.446722°N 26.099056°E / 44.446722; 26.099056 (Sheraton Bucharest Hotel) Originally the Howard Johnson Grand Plaza Hotel changed its name to Sheraton Bucharest on August 28, 2015[31]
25.025 Blocul Sarbesc 69 m (226 ft) 18 1975 44°26′6″N 26°0′57.8″E / 44.43500°N 26.016056°E / 44.43500; 26.016056 (Blocul Sarbesc) [32]
25.025 Victoria Complex 69 m (226 ft) 18 2009 44°27′5.8″N 26°5′7.5″E / 44.451611°N 26.085417°E / 44.451611; 26.085417 (Victoria Complex) [33]
27.027 Business Development Center 68 m (223 ft) 17 2004 [34]
27.027 Unicredit Tower 64 m (210 ft) 16 2012 44°28′39.4″N 26°4′6″E / 44.477611°N 26.06833°E / 44.477611; 26.06833 (Victoria Complex) Headquarters of the Italian UniCredit Bank[35]
29.029 Doamna Ghica Plaza C 65 m (213 ft) 17 2011 44°27′7″N 26°8′41.6″E / 44.45194°N 26.144889°E / 44.45194; 26.144889 (Doamna Ghica Plaza) The complex has one 24 floor tower and four 16 floor towers[22]
29.029 Doamna Ghica Plaza E 65 m (213 ft) 17 2011 44°27′7″N 26°8′41.6″E / 44.45194°N 26.144889°E / 44.45194; 26.144889 (Doamna Ghica Plaza) The complex has one 24 floor tower and four 16 floor towers[22]
29.029 Doamna Ghica Plaza G 65 m (213 ft) 17 2011 44°27′7″N 26°8′41.6″E / 44.45194°N 26.144889°E / 44.45194; 26.144889 (Doamna Ghica Plaza) The complex has one 24 floor tower and four 16 floor towers[22]
29.029 Doamna Ghica Plaza I 65 m (213 ft) 17 2011 44°27′7″N 26°8′41.6″E / 44.45194°N 26.144889°E / 44.45194; 26.144889 (Doamna Ghica Plaza) The complex has one 24 floor tower and four 16 floor towers[22]
29.029 InCity Residences 1 65 m (213 ft) 17 2009 44°25′12.6″N 26°7′59.5″E / 44.420167°N 26.133194°E / 44.420167; 26.133194 (InCity Residences) [36]
29.029 InCity Residences 2 65 m (213 ft) 17 2009 44°25′12.6″N 26°7′59.5″E / 44.420167°N 26.133194°E / 44.420167; 26.133194 (InCity Residences) [37]
29.029 InCity Residences 3 65 m (213 ft) 17 2009 44°25′12.6″N 26°7′59.5″E / 44.420167°N 26.133194°E / 44.420167; 26.133194 (InCity Residences) [38]
29.029 InCity Residences 4 65 m (213 ft) 17 2009 44°25′12.6″N 26°7′59.5″E / 44.420167°N 26.133194°E / 44.420167; 26.133194 (InCity Residences) [39]
29.029 InCity Residences 5 65 m (213 ft) 17 2009 44°25′12.6″N 26°7′59.5″E / 44.420167°N 26.133194°E / 44.420167; 26.133194 (InCity Residences) [40]
29.029 PGV Tower 65 m (213 ft) 15 2006 44°24′29.2″N 26°5′45.9″E / 44.408111°N 26.096083°E / 44.408111; 26.096083 (PGV Tower) [41]
29.029 Rin Grand Hotel Rin Grand Hotel.jpg 65 m (213 ft) 15 2008 44°23′56.6″N 26°8′35.5″E / 44.399056°N 26.143194°E / 44.399056; 26.143194 (Rin Grand Hotel) Was the largest hotel in Europe with 1,459 rooms but reduced to 489 rooms at present[42]
40.040 Asmita Gardens Tower 1 Asmita Gardens.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) [17]
40.040 Asmita Gardens Tower 2 Asmita Gardens.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) [17]
40.040 Asmita Gardens Tower 4 Asmita Gardens.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) [17]
40.040 Asmita Gardens Tower 5 Asmita Gardens.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) [17]
40.040 Asmita Gardens Tower 7 Asmita Gardens.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 20 2009 44°24′23.7″N 26°7′28.2″E / 44.406583°N 26.124500°E / 44.406583; 26.124500 (Asmita Gardens) [17]
40.040 BOS Tower 64 m (210 ft) 16 2007 44°28′52.6″N 26°6′13.5″E / 44.481278°N 26.103750°E / 44.481278; 26.103750 (BOS Tower) [43]
40.040 Piraeus Bank Tower 64 m (210 ft) 15 2009 44°26′1.9″N 26°0′31.1″E / 44.433861°N 26.008639°E / 44.433861; 26.008639 (Piraeus Bank Tower) The Romanian headquarters of the Greek Piraeus Bank is located in this building.[44]
40.040 Premium Plaza Piata Victoriei - Premium Plaza.jpg 64 m (210 ft) 15 2007 44°27′24.8″N 26°5′6.8″E / 44.456889°N 26.085222°E / 44.456889; 26.085222 (Premium Plaza) [45]
48.048 Sema Parc Building Two 63 m (207 ft) 15 2008 44°26′43.7″N 26°2′43.8″E / 44.445472°N 26.045500°E / 44.445472; 26.045500 (Sema Parc Building Two) [46]
49.049 Iuliu Maniu at Virtuţii Block 62 m (203 ft) 16 1982 44°26′4.7″N 26°2′8″E / 44.434639°N 26.03556°E / 44.434639; 26.03556 (Iuliu Maniu at Virtuţii Block) [47]
49.049 Vitan Platinum Towers 62 m (203 ft) 16 2011 44°24′46″N 26°7′32″E / 44.41278°N 26.12556°E / 44.41278; 26.12556 (Vitan Platinum Towers) Only one out of the original four towers was built[48]
51.051 Pantelimon at Şoseaua Iancului Block 61 m (200 ft) 19 1980 44°26′36″N 26°8′54.8″E / 44.44333°N 26.148556°E / 44.44333; 26.148556 (Pantelimon at Şoseaua Iancului Block) [49]
52.052 Bucharest Corporate Center Bucharest Corporate Center - Cladire Generali.jpg 60 m (200 ft) 15 2007 44°26′52.9″N 26°4′54.3″E / 44.448028°N 26.081750°E / 44.448028; 26.081750 (Bucharest Corporate Center) Headquarters of the Italian insurance company Assicurazioni Generali
52.052 Griro Tower 60 m (200 ft) 15 1984 44°27′43.3″N 26°3′22.6″E / 44.462028°N 26.056278°E / 44.462028; 26.056278 (Griro Tower) [50]

Tallest under construction, proposed, and approved

Under construction

This lists buildings that are under construction in Bucharest and are planned to rise at least 60 m (200 ft). A floor count of 15 storeys is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name Image Height m (ft)* Floors Year
(est.)
Coordinates Notes
Dâmbovița Center 155 m (509 ft) 34 2015 44°28′42″N 26°06′14″E / 44.4783548°N 26.1038247°E / 44.4783548; 26.1038247 Construction on hold
Orhideea Towers Orhidea Tower-UC Bucharest nov2017.jpg 85 m (279 ft) 17 2017 44°26′38.4″N 26°3′35.3″E / 44.444000°N 26.059806°E / 44.444000; 26.059806 (Orhideea Towers) Two towers, first 85 m (279 ft) high and second 64 m (210 ft) high[9]
Sema Parc Hotel
75 m (246 ft) 25 2010 44°15′46″N 26°13′59″E / 44.2627°N 26.233°E / 44.2627; 26.233 Construction on hold [51]
The Mark
70 m (230 ft) 15 2018 44°27′46.5″N 26°3′21.3″E / 44.462917°N 26.055917°E / 44.462917; 26.055917 (The Mark) [52]
Unirii View
73 m (240 ft) 18 2018 44°25′52″N 26°06′35″E / 44.43106777736266°N 26.1095988750457°E / 44.43106777736266; 26.1095988750457 [53]

Approved

This lists buildings that are approved in Bucharest and are planned to rise at least 60 m (200 ft). A floor count of 15 storeys is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name Height Floors Year
(est.)
Notes
Sema Parc Tower 140 m (460 ft) 42 - [54]
Sema Parc Residential Tower 1 72 m (236 ft) 24 - [55]
Sema Parc Residential Tower 2 72 m (236 ft) 24 - [56]
Sema Parc Residential Tower 3 72 m (236 ft) 24 - [57]
Sema Parc Building Four 63 m (207 ft) 15 - [58]

Proposed

This lists buildings that are proposed in Bucharest and are planned to rise at least 30 m (98 ft). A floor count of 15 storeys is used as the cutoff for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name Height* Floors Year
(est.)
Notes
Dorobanţi Tower 200 (656) 50 2013 Would stand as the tallest building in the city upon completion[59]
Tron Tower 105 (344) 25 2010 [60]
Kiseleff Business Plaza 91 (299) 31 2013 [61]
Olympic Tower 33 [62]
Politehnica Office Tower 36 [63]
Carol Tower 35 2013 [64]
Cuprom Tower 19 2013 Would become the largest office building in the city by floor area upon completion[65]
Prime Towers 17 2013 [66]

* Table entries without text indicate that information regarding building heights has not yet been released.

Timeline of tallest buildings

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Bucharest. The Turnul Colţei was the tallest structure in Bucharest from 1714 until 1888; because the bell tower was not a habitable building, it never stood as the tallest building in the city, but is included in this table for comparative purposes.

Name Image Location Years as tallest Height
m (ft)
Floors Coordinates Reference
Turnul Colței Drawing of a tall tower with a clock and a tapering pyramidal roof; a status is located on top of the pointed roof near today's University Square [A] 50 (164) 2 44°26′6.54″N 26°6′10.72″E / 44.4351500°N 26.1029778°E / 44.4351500; 26.1029778 [67]
Foișorul de Foc Ground-level view a tower with a circular cross section and a tapering spire between Obor, Calea Moşilor and Nerva-Traian streets 1890–1932 42 (138) 4 44°26′25.20″N 26°7′14.12″E / 44.4403333°N 26.1205889°E / 44.4403333; 26.1205889 [68]
Carlton Bloc[B] between Magheru and Regala streets 1932–1934 47 (154) 14 44°26′24.20″N 26°7′15.12″E / 44.4400556°N 26.1208667°E / 44.4400556; 26.1208667 [3]
Telephone Palace Ground-level view of a 10-storey building; the exterior has a tan hue with dark windows and a higher front side Calea Victoriei 1934–1956 53 (174) 10 44°27′10.54″N 26°5′51.33″E / 44.4529278°N 26.0975917°E / 44.4529278; 26.0975917 [4][5]
Casa Presei Libere Casa Scînteii on the reverse of a 100-lei banknote, 1952 Presei Libere Square 1956–2007 104 (341) 14 44°28′51.36″N 26°4′16.35″E / 44.4809333°N 26.0712083°E / 44.4809333; 26.0712083 [69]
Tower Center International tall blue building with trees Victoria Square 2007–2012 120 (394) 26 44°27′16″N 26°04′52″E / 44.45448°N 26.08124°E / 44.45448; 26.08124 [2]
Floreasca City Center tall buildings alongside road Calea Floreasca 2012–present 137 (449) 37 44°28′42″N 26°06′13″E / 44.4782199°N 26.1036337°E / 44.4782199; 26.1036337 [70]

See also

Notes

A. ^ Because the Turnul Colţei was not a habitable building, it never held the title of tallest building in Bucharest. The tower was, however, the tallest free-standing structure in the city from 1714 until 1888. The building's clock tower was destroyed on October 14, 1802 by an earthquake.[71] In 1888, the building was demolished.[72]
B. ^ This building was destroyed by an earthquake on November 10, 1940.[73]

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External links

  • Diagram of Bucharest skyscrapers on SkyscraperPage
  • Bucharest structures on Structurae
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