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Rank Building, city Year Floors Height
m ft
1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, The United Arab Emirates 2010 163 828 2,717
2. Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan 2004 101 508 1,667
3. Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai, China 2008 101 492 1,614
4. International Commercial Center, Hong Kong 2010 108 484 1588
5. Petronas Tower 1, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 88 452 1,483
5. Petronas Tower 2, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 88 452 1,483
7. Zifeng Tower, Nanjing, China 2010 66 450 1476
8. Willis Tower (formerly; Sears Tower), Chicago, USA. 1974 108 442 1,451
9. Guangzhou International Finance Center, China 2010 103 439 1439
10. Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago, USA 2009 88 423 1389
11. Jin Mao Building, Shanghai 1999 88 421 1,381
12. Two International Finance Centre, Hong Kong 2003 88 415 1,362
13. CITIC Plaza, Guangzhou, China 1996 80 391 1,283
14. Shun Hing Square, Shenzhen, China 1996 69 384 1,260
15. Empire State Building, New York 1931 102 381 1,250
16. Central Plaza, Hong Kong 1992 78 374 1,227
17. Bank of China, Hong Kong 1989 70 367 1,205
18. Bank of America Tower, New York. 2009 55 366 1200
19. Almas Tower, Dubai 2008 68 360 1181
20. Emirates Tower One, Dubai 2000 54 356 1,163
21. The Torch, Dubai 2011 86 348 1142
22. Tuntex Sky Tower, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 1997 85 348 1,140
23. Aon Centre, Chicago 1973 80 346 1,136
24. The Center, Hong Kong 1998 73 346 1,135
25. John Hancock Center, Chicago 1969 100 344 1,127
26. Tianjin World Financial Center, China 2011 76 337 1105
27. Shimao International Plaza, Shanghai, China 2006 60 333 1094
28. Rose Rayhaan,  Dubai 2007 72 333 1093
29. Minsheng Bank Building, Wuhan, China 2007 68 331 1,087
30. Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, N. Korea 1995 105 330 1,083

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NOTE: When a building is “topped out” (the point of construction when the structure has met its proposed structural top), the building is officially ranked and is placed on the list. UC indicates under construction: although the building has been “topped out,” construction has not been completed. Height is measured from sidewalk level of main entrance to structural top of building. This includes spires, but does not include antennas or flagpoles.

Source: Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat,
 

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