List of tallest buildings in Charleston, West Virginia

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Downtown Charleston as viewed from the south bank of the Kanawha River in 2007.
Laidley Tower.

There are 21 high-rise buildings located in Charleston, West Virginia. The Kanawha Valley Building is the tallest structure in the downtown area; however, the State Capitol Building is the tallest structure in the city. Charleston is the largest city in West Virginia and is the business, government, retail and transportation center.

Tallest buildings
Name Stories Height Year
West Virginia State Capitol 3[1] 292 ft (89 m) 1932
Kanawha Valley Building 22 265 ft (81 m) 1929
Laidley Tower 22 255 ft (78 m) 1985
BB&T Square 18 250 ft (76.2 m) 1976
Bank One Center 20 230 ft (70 m)
Huntington Square 17 207 ft (63.1 m) 1969
Dow Chemical Building 14 206 ft. (63 m)
United Center 12 205 ft (62.5 m) 1984
Columbia Gas Transmission Building (Tower 2) 13 200 ft (61 m)
AT&T Building 15 195 ft (60 m)
Imperial Tower 19 191 ft (58 m)
City Center West 13 186 ft (57 m)
Union Building 14 183 ft (56 m) 1911
Columbia Gas Transmission Building (Tower 1) 12 177 ft (54 m)
Charleston Marriott Town Center 16 175 ft (53.3 m) 1982
405 Capitol Street Building 12 136 ft (41 m) 1929

References

  1. ^ http://www.emporis.com/application/?nav=building&lng=3&id=westvirginiastatecapitol-charleston-wv-usa
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