List of Tallest Buildings in Wuhan - Tallest Buildings

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

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