List of tallest buildings in Spokane

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This list of tallest buildings in Spokane ranks buildings in the U.S. city of Spokane, Washington by height. The tallest building in Spokane is the Bank of America Financial Center, which stands 288 feet (88 m) tall.

Cityscape

Panorama of Downtown Spokane looking north from Cliff Drive.

Tallest buildings

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Use Year Coordinates Notes
1 Bank of America Financial Center Bank of America Financial Center.jpg 288 (88)[1] 20 Offices 1981 47°39′27.76″N 117°25′17.45″W / 47.6577111°N 117.4215139°W / 47.6577111; -117.4215139 (Bank of America Financial Center) It has remained the tallest building in Spokane, since its completion in 1981
2 Wells Fargo Center Wells Fargo Building.jpg 244 (74)[1] 18 Offices 1982 47°39′23.00″N 117°25′17.69″W / 47.6563889°N 117.4215806°W / 47.6563889; -117.4215806 (Wells Fargo Center)
3 Paulsen Medical Center Paulsen Medical Building.jpg 221 (67) 18 Offices 1929 Tallest building in Spokane from 1929-1981
4 Old National Bank Building OldNationalBank.jpg 219 (67)[1] 16 Offices 1910
  • Tallest building in Washington from 1910 until 1911, when it was surpassed by the Key Bank Center in Tacoma.
  • Tallest building in Spokane from 1910-1929
5 Chase Building 601 W Main Spokane.jpg 214 (65)[1] 15 Offices 1973
6 Park Tower Park Tower Apartments.jpg 212 (65)[1] 20 Residential 1974
7 Washington Trust Financial Center Washington Trust Financial Center.jpg 211 (64) 16 Offices 1973
8 The Davenport Hotel Tower Davenport Hotel Tower.png 209 (64)[1] 20 Hotel 2007
9 The Davenport Grand Hotel DavenportGrandNight1.jpg 198 (60)[2] 16 Hotel 2015
10 Centennial Mills Grain Elevator Centennial Mills Grain Elevator (without flouring mill).jpg 195 (59) 14 Grain elevator 1940
=11 Farmers National Warehouse Corporation Grain Elevator Farmers National Warehouse Corporation Grain Elevator.jpg 188 (57) 9 Grain elevator 1931
Parkade Plaza Spokane Parkade Plaza.jpg 188 (57) 12 Parking Garage 1967
=13 Cathedral Plaza Cathedral Plaza (Spokane).jpg 185 (56)[1] 15 Residential 1971
Sacred Heart Medical Center (main tower) Sacred Heart thumb.jpg 185 (56)[3] 14 Hospital 1971
DoubleTree Hotel Spokane City Center DoubleTree Hotel Spokane.png 185 (56)[4] 14 Hotel 1975
16 Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Cathedral of St. John in Spokane.jpg 180 (55) 1 Church 1929
=17 Red Lion Hotel at the Park Red Lion Hotel at the Park.jpg 172 (52) 12 Hotel 1983[5]
Lilac Plaza Lilac Plaza.jpg 172 (52)[6] 13 Residential 1972
19 Riverfalls Tower Riverfalls Tower.jpg 170 (52)[1] 15 Residential 1973
20 Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes - Spokane.jpg 164 (50) 1 Cathedral 1908
=21 AT&T Building AT&T Building.png 160 (49) 8 Offices 1976[7]
Paulsen Building Paulsen Building.jpg 160 (49) 11 Offices 1911
23 Ridpath Hotel RidpathHotelSpokane.jpg 159 (48) 13 Hotel 1952
24 The Davenport Hotel The Davenport Hotel (Spokane, Washington).jpg 157 (48) 14 Hotel 1911
25 Centennial Mills Flouring Mill Centennial Mills Flouring Mill.jpg 147 (45) 10 Flouring Mill 1940
=26 Cooper George Retirement and Assisted Living Community Cooper George Retirement and Assisted Living Community.jpg 146 (45) 13 Retirement Home 1952
Review Building Review Tower Spokane.jpg 146 (45) 10 Spokesman Review headquarters 1891 Tallest building in Spokane from 1891-1908
=28 The Summit The Summit Spokane.png 145 (44)[8] 11 Retirement Condos 2016
Spokane County Jail Spokane County Jail.jpg 145 (44)[9] 11 Jail 1986
Sacred Heart Children's Hospital Sacred Heart Children's Hospital.jpg 145 (44)[10] 11 Hospital 1986
=31 Thomas S. Foley Courthouse Thomas S. Foley Courthouse.jpg 140 (43)[1] 10 Federal Courthouse 1967 Spokane Branch of the local district court
Bon Marche Building South Bon Marche Building South.jpg 140 (43) 8 Retail 1914[11]
33 Centennial Mills Mix Plant Centennial Mill Mix Plant.jpg 138 (42) 8 Mix Plant 1918
=34 Deaconess Hospital Patient Building Deaconess Hospital.jpg 132 (40)[12] 10 Hospital 1961[13]
Deaconess Hospital Health and Education Center Deaconess Hospital behind.png 132 (40)[12] 10 1981[13]
700 West Seventh Condominiums 132 (40)[14] 10 Residential 1973
37 Bon Marche Building North Bon Marche Building North.jpg 130 (40)[15] 8 Retail 1914
38 Lincoln Plaza Lincoln Plaza (Spokane).jpg 128 (39)[1] 8 Offices 1963

References

General
  • "Tallest buildings in Spokane". Emporis.com. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
  • "Spokane Skyscraper Diagram". SkyscraperPage.com. Retrieved 2016-05-13.
Specific
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Comparison of Floor Plate Sizes and Building Heights" (PDF). City of Spokane. Retrieved May 6, 2018.
  2. ^ "Davenport Grand Hotel". Emporis. Retrieved May 6, 2018.
  3. ^ "Sacred Heart Medical Center". Emporis. Retrieved May 1, 2018.
  4. ^ "DoubleTree Hotel". Emporis. Retrieved May 7, 2018.
  5. ^ "Red Lion Hotel at the Park". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  6. ^ "Lilac Plaza". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  7. ^ "AT&T Building". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  8. ^ "The Summit". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  9. ^ "Spokane County Jail". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  10. ^ "Sacred Heart Children's Hospital". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  11. ^ "Bon Marche Building South". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  12. ^ a b "Deaconess Medical Center". Emporis. Retrieved May 1, 2018.
  13. ^ a b "The Deaconess Story Centennial Celebration Is Cause For A Look At The History Of Deaconess Medical Center". Spokesman Review. Retrieved May 2, 2018.
  14. ^ "700 West Seventh Condominiums". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  15. ^ "Bon Marche Building North". Emporis. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
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