List of tallest buildings in Houston

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The U.S. city of Houston, Texas has over 360 completed high-rises, the majority of which are located in the downtown area.[1] In the city, there are 45 skyscrapers that rise higher than 400 feet (122 m), 31 skyscrapers at least 492 feet (150 m) in height, including 10 which rank among the tallest in the United States. The tallest building in Houston is the 75-story JPMorgan Chase Tower, which rises 1,002 feet (305 m) in Downtown Houston and was completed in 1982.[2] It also stands as the tallest building in the state of Texas and the 12th-tallest building in the United States. The second-tallest skyscraper in the city and the state is the Wells Fargo Plaza, which is 992 feet (302 m) tall.[3] Seven of the ten tallest buildings in Texas are located in Houston.[4]

The history of skyscrapers in Houston began with the 1904 completion of the Lomas & Nettleton Building; this 8-story structure is often regarded as the first skyscraper in the city.[5] It was also the tallest steel-framed building west of the Mississippi River at the time of its completion.[6][7] The building originally housed offices, but was converted into a residential loft tower in 1999 and renamed "Franklin Lofts". As Franklin Lofts is a low-rise building,[8] 711 Main, which was completed in 1908, was actually the city's first high-rise to rise at least 10 floors.[9] Although originally constructed as a commercial building, 711 Main was given a new glass and granite facade in 1980 and also renovated into a residential tower.[9] Houston went through a small building boom in the early 1920s, and then experienced a much larger boom lasting from 1963 to the late 1980s. During this time 38 of the city's 45 tallest buildings were constructed, including the JPMorgan Chase Tower, the Wells Fargo Bank Plaza and the Williams Tower. As of 2009, the skyline of Houston is ranked 13th in the world and fourth in the United States, behind New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles, with 443 completed high-rises.[1]

For many years the Houston skyline remained unchanged, due to the 1980s oil glut which sank the local economy. About 15 years after the last skyscraper of the 1980s boom was completed, Houston entered into another high-rise construction boom in 2002, and has since seen the completion of five buildings rising over 400 feet (122 m) tall. Four more skyscrapers are under construction in the city, including BG Plaza (formerly MainPlace), which rises 46 stories and 630 feet (192 m).[10] Completed in 2010,[10] the building is the tallest structure built in the 2000s in Houston. There are three additional skyscrapers approved or proposed for construction in the city that are planned to rise over 400 feet (120 m). As of April 2008, there are 71 high-rise buildings under construction, approved for construction, and proposed for construction in Houston.[11] Upon completion in 2017, 609 Main at Texas will become the fifth-tallest building in Houston, the ninth-tallest building in Texas, and the seventy-first-tallest building in the United States.

Skyline of Downtown Houston
Skyline of Uptown Houston

Tallest buildings

This lists ranks Houston skyscrapers that stand at least 400 feet (122 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 Coordinates Notes
1 JPMorgan Chase Tower Chase Tower, a block away.jpg 1002 (305.4) 75 1982 29°45′37.2″N 95°21′50.3″W / 29.760333°N 95.363972°W / 29.760333; -95.363972 (JPMorgan Chase Tower) 99th-tallest building in the world; 16th-tallest in the United States; tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1980s. Tallest office building in Texas. Tallest five-sided building in the world.[2][12][13]
2 Wells Fargo Bank Plaza Wells Fargo Bank Plaza, Houston, from base.jpg 992 (302.4) 71 1983 29°45′30.6″N 95°22′6.1″W / 29.758500°N 95.368361°W / 29.758500; -95.368361 (Wells Fargo Bank Plaza) 111th-tallest building in the world; 18th-tallest in the United States; 2nd-tallest in Texas. Tallest all-glass building in the Western Hemisphere.[3][14][15]
3 Williams Tower Williamstower.jpg 901 (274.6) 64 1982 29°44′13.7″N 95°27′41″W / 29.737139°N 95.46139°W / 29.737139; -95.46139 (Williams Tower) 194th-tallest building in the world; 30th-tallest in the United States; 4th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building outside of Dallas's downtown.[16][17][18]
4 Bank of America Center Bank of America Center Houston 1.jpg 780 (237.8) 56 1983 29°45′38.6″N 95°22′00″W / 29.760722°N 95.36667°W / 29.760722; -95.36667 (Bank of America Center) 484th-tallest in the world; 65th-tallest in the United States; 7th-tallest in Texas.[19][20][21]
5 Heritage Plaza Heritage Plaza Building Houston Texas.jpg 762 (232.3) 53 1987 29°45′31.7″N 95°22′14.4″W / 29.758806°N 95.370667°W / 29.758806; -95.370667 (Heritage Plaza) 75th-tallest in the United States; 8th-tallest in Texas.[22][23][24]
6 609 Main at Texas 609 Main Street at Texas Downtown Houston DSC 7813 ad.JPG 757 (230.7) 49 2017 29°45′33.1″N 95°21′45″W / 29.759194°N 95.36250°W / 29.759194; -95.36250 (609 Main at Texas) 76th-tallest in the United States;[a] 9th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 2010s.[25][26][27]
7 Enterprise Plaza Wells Fargo Plaza cropped.jpg 756 (232.3) 55 1980 29°45′27.6″N 95°22′8.5″W / 29.757667°N 95.369028°W / 29.757667; -95.369028 (Enterprise Plaza) 79th-tallest in the United States; 10th-tallest in Texas.[28][29][30]
8 CenterPoint Energy Plaza[b] Centerpoint energy plaza.jpg 741 (225.9) 53 1973 29°45′25.4″N 95°22′5.1″W / 29.757056°N 95.368083°W / 29.757056; -95.368083 (CenterPoint Energy Plaza) 97th-tallest in the United States;[c] 11th-tallest in Texas.[31][32][33]
9 1600 Smith Street ContinentalHQHoustonTX.JPG 732 (223.1) 55 1984 29°45′16.5″N 95°22′22.5″W / 29.754583°N 95.372917°W / 29.754583; -95.372917 (1600 Smith Street) 13th-tallest in Texas.[34][35][36]
10 Fulbright Tower Fulbright Tower.jpg 725 (221) 52 1982 29°45′19.8″N 95°21′41.8″W / 29.755500°N 95.361611°W / 29.755500; -95.361611 (Fulbright Tower) 14th-tallest in Texas.[37][38][39]
11 One Shell Plaza OneShellPlaza.jpg 714 (217.6) 50 1970 29°45′32.9″N 95°22′3.5″W / 29.759139°N 95.367639°W / 29.759139; -95.367639 (One Shell Plaza) 16th-tallest in Texas. Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1970s.[40][41][42]
12 1400 Smith Street Enron Complex.jpg 691 (210.5) 50 1983 29°45′19.9″N 95°22′18.5″W / 29.755528°N 95.371806°W / 29.755528; -95.371806 (1400 Smith Street) 17th-tallest in Texas.[43][44][45]
13 Three Allen Center AllenCenterHoustonTX.JPG 685 (208.8) 50 1980 29°45′26.4″N 95°22′18.7″W / 29.757333°N 95.371861°W / 29.757333; -95.371861 (Three Allen Center) 19th-tallest in Texas.[46][47][48]
14 LyondellBassell Tower HoustonCenterComplex.JPG 678 (206.8) 47 1978 29°45′21.8″N 95°21′44.2″W / 29.756056°N 95.362278°W / 29.756056; -95.362278 (LyondellBassell Tower) 21st-tallest in Texas.[49][50][51]
15 First City Tower FirstCityTowerWasteManagement.JPG 662 (201.8) 47 1984 29°45′20.6″N 95°21′49.8″W / 29.755722°N 95.363833°W / 29.755722; -95.363833 (First City Tower) 22nd-tallest in Texas.[52][53][54]
16 BG Group Place BPGroupplaceHouston.JPG 632 (192.7) 46 2011 29°45′28.3″N 95°21′49.2″W / 29.757861°N 95.363667°W / 29.757861; -95.363667 (BG Group Place) 25th-tallest in Texas.[55][56][57]
17 San Felipe Plaza SanFelipePlazaHouston.JPG 625 (190.5) 45 1984 29°44′58″N 95°28′55″W / 29.74944°N 95.48194°W / 29.74944; -95.48194 (San Felipe Plaza) [58][59][60]
18 ExxonMobil Building ExxonMobilBuilding.JPG 606 (184.7) 44 1963 29°45′12.7″N 95°22′9.9″W / 29.753528°N 95.369417°W / 29.753528; -95.369417 (ExxonMobil Building) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 1960s.[61][62][63]
19 1500 Louisiana Street Near 1400 Louisiana, 1400 Smith - panoramio.jpg 600 (182.9) 40 2002 29°45′16.6″N 95°22′16″W / 29.754611°N 95.37111°W / 29.754611; -95.37111 (1500 Louisiana Street) Tallest building constructed in Houston in the 2000s.[64][65][66]
20 America Tower AmericaTowerHoustonTX.JPG 590 (179.8) 42 1983 29°45′38.5″N 95°23′51.2″W / 29.760694°N 95.397556°W / 29.760694; -95.397556 (America Tower) [67][68][69]
21 Two Houston Center 2HoustonCenterView.JPG 579 (176.5) 40 1974 29°45′22.7″N 95°21′47.7″W / 29.756306°N 95.363250°W / 29.756306; -95.363250 (Two Houston Center) [70][71][72]
22 Marathon Oil Tower MarathonOilTowerHoustonTX.JPG 562 (171.3) 41 1983 29°44′58.5″N 95°28′19.2″W / 29.749583°N 95.472000°W / 29.749583; -95.472000 (Marathon Oil Tower) [73][74][75]
23= Wedge International Tower 550 (167.6) 44 1983 29°45′16.8″N 95°22′11.2″W / 29.754667°N 95.369778°W / 29.754667; -95.369778 (Wedge International Tower) [76][77][78]
23= KBR Tower KBRTowerHoustonTX.JPG 550 (167.6) 40 1973 29°45′11.7″N 95°22′20.6″W / 29.753250°N 95.372389°W / 29.753250; -95.372389 (KBR Tower) [79][80][81]
Rank Name Image Height
ft / m
Floors Year Notes
24 Pennzoil Place Pennzoil Place in Houston.JPG 24.0523 / 159 36 1976 [82][83]
25 Devon Energy Tower Two Allen Center Houston DSC 7839 ad.JPG 25.0522 / 159 36 1978 [84][85]
26 One Park Place 26.0518 / 158 37 2009 [86][87]
27 Reliant Energy Plaza 27.0518 / 158 36 2003 [88][89]
28 Total Plaza 28.0518 / 158 35 1971 Also known as Total Plaza[90][91]
29 Market Square Tower 498 / 150 40 2017 [92]
30 The Huntingdon 29.0502 / 153 34 1984 Tallest all-residential building in the city[93][94]
30 El Paso Energy Building 30.0502 / 153 33 1963 [95][96]
31 Memorial Hermann Tower 31.0500 / 152 33 2009 [97][98]
32 Hess Tower 32.0490 / 149 30 2010 [99][100]
33 Five Greenway Plaza 33.0465 / 142 31 1973 [101][102]
34 Calpine Center 34.0453 / 138 34 2003 [103][104]
35 One Allen Center 35.0452 / 138 34 1972 [105][106]
36 Four Leaf Towers I 34.0444 / 135 40 1982 [107][108]
37 Four Leaf Towers II 37.0444 / 135 40 1982 [109][110]
38 Eleven Greenway Plaza 38.0441 / 134 31 1979 [111][112]
39 Nine Greenway Plaza 38.0441 / 134 31 1978 [113][114]
40 Phoenix Tower 40.0434 / 132 34 1984 [115][116]
41 Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza 41.0430 / 131 30 2007 [117][118]
42 JPMorgan Chase Building 42.0428 / 130 36 1929 Tallest building completed in Houston in the 1920s[119][120]
43 The Spires 43.0426 / 130 40 1983 [121][122]
44 Aon Tower 44.0420 / 128 30 1983 [123][124]
45 Niels Esperson Building 45.0410 / 125 32 1927 [125][126]
46 One City Centre 46.0410 / 125 32 1961 [127][128]
47 Bob Lanier Public Works Building 47.0410 / 125 27 1968 [129][130]
48 2727 Kirby 48.0401 / 30 2009 [citation needed]
49 Hyatt Regency Houston 49.0401 / 122 30 1972 [131][132]
50 The Mercer West Tower 50.0400 / 122 30 2003 [133][134]

Timeline of tallest buildings

The Niels Esperson Building stood as the tallest building in Houston from 1927 until 1929.

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

Name Street address Years as tallest Height
ft / m
Floors Reference
Lomas & Nettleton Building[B] 201 Main Street 1904–1908 N/A[C] 8 [8]
711 Main[D] 711 Main Street 1908–1910 134 / 41 10 [135]
Carter Building 806 Main Street 1910–1926 302 / 92 23 [136]
Magnolia Hotel 1100 Texas Avenue 1926–1927 325 / 99 22 [137]
Niels Esperson Building 808 Travis Street 1927–1929 410 / 125 32 [126]
JPMorgan Chase Building 712 Main Street 1929–1963 428 / 131 36 [120]
Exxon Building 800 Bell Avenue 1963–1971 607 / 185 44 [138]
One Shell Plaza[A] 910 Louisiana Street 1971–1980 714 / 218 50 [40]
Enterprise Plaza 1100 Louisiana Street 1980–1982 756 / 230 55 [28]
JPMorgan Chase Tower 600 Travis Street 1982–present 1,002 / 305 75 [2]

Under construction buildings

This lists buildings that are under construction in Houston and are planned to rise at least 90 meters (295 ft).

Name Height*
ft / m
Floors Year (est.) Notes
Capitol Tower 500 / 152 33 [139]
The Post Oak 489 / 149 36 2017 [140]
Texaco Building Redevelopment 400 / 122 38 [141]
Hines Residences At Market Square 381 / 116 33 2017 [142]
1111 Travis 346 / 105.6 23 2016 1Q [143]
Catalyst - Block 52 334 / 101.8 28 2016 4Q [144]
Astoria Houston 322 / 98 28 2015 Topped out[citation needed]
BHP Billiton Tower 30 2015 Topped out[145]
SkyHouse Main tower II 24 2016 3Q [146]

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

Approved and proposed buildings

This lists buildings that are Approved and proposed in Houston and are planned to rise at least 100 meters (328 ft).

Name Height*
ft / m
Floors Year (est.) Notes
Chevron 1600 Louisiana 832 / 254 50 Proposed[147]
Block 98 tower 40 Approved
Apache Headquarters 450 /137 34 Proposed
Regent Square Block B1 400 /122 36 Proposed[149]
6 Houston Center 400 / 122 30 Approved
Arábella 340 / 103.6 34 Proposed[150]

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

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Along with the Carnegie Hall Tower in New York City, New York.
  2. ^ Originally constructed at a height of 651 feet (198 m), the building underwent renovation in 1996 which extended its height.
  3. ^ Along with 20 Exchange Place in New York City, New York.
B. ^ This building was originally known as the Lomas & Nettleton Building, but has since been renamed Franklin Lofts.
C. ^ Official height figures have never been released by this building's developer.
D. ^ The building was originally known as 711 Main, but has since been renamed The Capitol Lofts.

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External links

  • Diagram of Houston skyscrapers on SkyscraperPage
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