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List of tallest buildings in Wuhan

This list of tallest buildings in Wuhan ranks skyscrapers in Wuhan, Hubei, China by height. The tallest building in Wuhan is currently the Minsheng Bank Building, which rises 331 m (1085 feet) with spire and 289m (948 feet)when spire removed.

Wuhan is the largest city in Hubei Province, and also the largest in Central China. It has a population of approximately 9,100,000 people (2006), with about 6,100,000 residents in its urban area.

Wuhan is recognized as the political, economic, financial, cultural, educational and transportation center of central China, with 6 buildings with a height more than 200m, Wuhan ranks the 11th best skyline city of china and 34th in the world.

Tallest buildings

This lists ranks Wuhan skyscrapers that stand at least 150 m (492 feet) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Existing structures are included for ranking purposes based on present height. All the structures in this list has been topped, but some may not be ready to use.

Rank Name Height
m / feet
Floors Year Notes
1 Minsheng Bank Building 331 / 1087 68 2007 [1][2]
2 Wuhan World Trade Tower 273 / 896 58 1998 [3][4]
3 Jiali Plaza 251 / 823 61 1997 [5]
4 Wuhan International Trade Center 212 / 696 53 2000 [6]
5 Jian Yin Building Tower A 208 / 682 50 1998 [7]
6 Wuhan New Times Business Center 208 / 682 56 2007 [8]
7 Chang Hang Building 202 / 663 42 2001 [9]
8 Wuhan Plaza Office Tower 186 / 610 48 1998 [10]
8 Hubei Power Bureau Building 180 / 591 33 1997 [11]
10 Zhongshang Plaza 179 / 587 47 1998 [12]
11 Truroll Plaza 176 / 577 47 1996 [13][14]
12 Wuhan Times Square Tower 4 176 / 577 56 2004 [15]
13 Shimao Splendid Yangtze Tower 1 175 / 1,086 50 2011 [16]
14 Tianli Plaza Tower A 170 / 557 46 2006 [17]
15 Wuhan Radio Broadcast and Television Center 168 / 679 30 2005 [18]
16= Shuian Xingcheng Phase 4 Tower G17 165 / 541 53 2010 [19]
16= Shuian Xingcheng Phase 4 Tower G18 165 / 541 53 2010 [20]
18 New Century Hotel 162 / 531 36 2003 [21]
19 Tianli Plaza Tower II 155 / 509 41 2002 [22]
20= Sun Shine Building 150 / 492 40 2009 [23]
20= Wuhan Times Square Tower 3 150 / 492 51 2007 [24]

Tallest under construction, approved, and proposed

Under construction

This lists buildings that are under construction in Wuhan and are planned to rise at least 150 m (492 feet). Buildings that have already been topped out are not included.

Name Height*
m / feet
Floors* Year* Notes
Wuhan Greenland Center 636 / 2087 125 2017 [25]
Wuhan Center 438 / 1437 88 2014 [26]
Riverview Plaza 435 / 1427 72 2016 [27]
Gezhouba International Plaza 350 / 1148 69 2014 [28]
PTJ International Finance Center 264 / 866 56 2013 [29]
Zhejiang International Tower 216 / 709 48 2013 [30]
Wuhan Poly Plaza 211 / 692 40 2011 Building has topped out[31]
Hanjiang International Tower 207 / 679 41 2013 [32]
Guangdong Development Bank Tower 206 / 676 47 2013 [33]
Zhongnan Coal Science & Technology Mansion 176 / 584 50 [34]

Proposed

This lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Wuhan and are planned to rise at least 150 m (492 feet).
Rank Name Height
m / feet
Floors Year Notes
1 Phoenix Towers 1000 /3281 100 2014 [35][36][37][38]
2 Yuexiu Property Project 315 / 1,033 63 [39]
3 Wuhan International Financial Plaza Phase 1 240 / 787 60 2014 [40]
4 Wuhan International Financial Plaza Phase 1 237 / 778 51 2014 [41]
5 Pebbles Hotel Tower 200 / 656 [42]
6 Riverview Plaza Tower A3 190 / 624 25 [43]
7 Riverview Plaza Tower A3 190 / 624 35 [44]
8 Wuhan New Washington 180 / 591 53 [45]
9= Foolproof City Project Tower 1 175 / 574 40 [46]
9= Hubei Energy Dispatching Building 175 / 574 39 [47]
10= Wuhan MediaTek Tower 5 - 1 163 / 535 43 [48]
10= Wuhan MediaTek Tower 5 - 2 163 / 535 43 [49]
11= Asia Standard International SOHO City Tower 1 150 / 492 37 [50]
11= Asia Standard International SOHO City Tower 2 150 / 492 37 [51]
11= Pebbles Residential Tower 150 / 492 [52]

References

General

  • Emporis.com-Wuhan
  • Skycraperpage.com-Wuhan

Specific

  1. ^ "Minsheng Bank Building". 
  2. ^ "Minsheng Bank Building". 
  3. ^ "Wuhan World Trade Tower". 
  4. ^ "Wuhan World Trade Tower". 
  5. ^ "Jiali Plaza". 
  6. ^ "Wuhan International Trade Center". 
  7. ^ "Jian Yin Building Tower A". 
  8. ^ "Wuhan New Times Business Center". 
  9. ^ "Chang Hang Building". 
  10. ^ "Sheraton Wuhan Plaza Office Tower". 
  11. ^ "Hubei Power Bureau Building". 
  12. ^ "Zhongshang Plaza". 
  13. ^ "Truroll Plaza". 
  14. ^ "Truroll Plaza". 
  15. ^ "W uhan Times Square Tower 4". 
  16. ^ "Shimao Splendid Yangtze Tower 1". 
  17. ^ "Tianli Plaza Tower A". 
  18. ^ "Wuhan Radio Broadcast and Television Center". 
  19. ^ "Shuian Xingcheng Phase 4 Tower G17". 
  20. ^ "Shuian Xingcheng Phase 4 Tower G18". 
  21. ^ "New Century Hotel". 
  22. ^ "Tianli Plaza Tower II". 
  23. ^ "The Sun Shine Building". 
  24. ^ "Wuhan Times Square Tower 3". 
  25. ^ "Greenland Center". 
  26. ^ "Wuhan Tower". 
  27. ^ "Shui'an Wuhan Tiandi A1". 
  28. ^ "Gezhouba International Plaza". 
  29. ^ "PTJ International Finance Center". 
  30. ^ "Zhejiang International Tower". 
  31. ^ "Baoli Civilization Plaza". 
  32. ^ "Hanjiang International Tower". 
  33. ^ "Guangdong Development Bank Tower". 
  34. ^ "Zhongnan Coal Science & Technology Mansion". 
  35. ^ Mufson, Beckett (June 16, 2014). "China's Plan For The Tallest Building Ever Could Save The World".  
  36. ^ "The Tallest Building In The World Could Be Built In Wuhan, China".  
  37. ^ "Phoenix Towers, Wuhan, China". Chetwoods Architects. Retrieved June 17, 2014. 
  38. ^ O'Connell , Ainsley (June 17, 2014). "Inside China's Plans For The World's Tallest (And Pinkest) Towers".  
  39. ^ "Yuexiu Property Project". 
  40. ^ "Wuhan International Financial Plaza Phase 1". 
  41. ^ "Wuhan International Financial Plaza Phase 2". 
  42. ^ "Pebbles Hotel Tower". 
  43. ^ "Riverview Plaza Tower A3". 
  44. ^ "Riverview Plaza Tower A3". 
  45. ^ "Wuhan New Washington". 
  46. ^ "Foolproof City Project Tower 1". 
  47. ^ "Hubei Energy Dispatching Building". 
  48. ^ "Wuhan MediaTek Tower 5 - 1". 
  49. ^ "Wuhan MediaTek Tower 5 - 2". 
  50. ^ "Asia Standard International SOHO City Tower 1". 
  51. ^ "Asia Standard International SOHO City Tower 2". 
  52. ^ "Pebbles Residential Tower". 

External links

  • The World's best Skyline
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