Skyline of Hong Kong at night, which has over 500 skyscrapers.
Skyline of Hong Kong at night, which has over 500 skyscrapers.

The list of cities with most skyscrapers ranks cities around the world by their number of skyscrapers. A skyscraper is defined as a continuously habitable high-rise building that has over 40 floors[1] and is taller than approximately 150 m (492 ft).[2] Historically, the term first referred to buildings with 10 to 20 floors in the 1880s. The definition shifted with advancing construction technology during the 20th century which allowed for taller buildings to be constructed.[1] The lists within this article uses the above definition and complements the list of cities with the most high-rise buildings.

List of cities by number of completed skyscrapers taller than 150 m (492 ft)

This is a list which ranks cities that have at least 10 completed skyscrapers as of October 2021 that are taller than 150 m (492 ft).[3]

Rank City Country Image Number of skyscrapers
1 Hong Kong  China
Hong Kong Harbour Night 2019-06-11.jpg
518
2 Shenzhen  China
The panorama of Futian Shenzhen.jpg
343
3 New York  United States
NYC Downtown Manhattan Skyline seen from Paulus Hook 2019-12-20 IMG 7347 FRD (cropped).jpg
300
4 Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Dubai Skyline 2016.jpg
238
5 Shanghai  China
Pudong Shanghai November 2017 panorama.jpg
180
6 Tokyo  Japan
Skyscrapers of Shinjuku 2009 January (revised).jpg
166
7 Guangzhou  China
The architectural complex of the Zhujiang New Town in 2017 12(2).jpg
153
8 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur skyline at night (2019).jpg
148
9= Chongqing  China
Chaotianmen Bridge, Nan
134
9= Chicago  United States
Chicago-00.jpg
133
10 Wuhan  China
Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge in 2020.jpg
112
11= Bangkok  Thailand
4Y1A1150 Bangkok (33536339665).jpg
108
11= Jakarta  Indonesia
Jakarta skyline at night. Business District area at Jalan Rasuna Said, South Jakarta, as seen from Kuningan District, South Jakarta, Indonesia.jpg
108
12= Shenyang  China
Beiling Park Zhao Mausoleum (Qing dynasty) drone view 7.jpg
96
12= Singapore  Singapore
Singapore skyline from Chinatown at blue hour (8463911183).jpg
96
13 Chengdu  China
Jin River Chengdu - Flickr.jpg
94
14= Seoul  South Korea
2011년 11월 대한민국 서울특별시 명소 (Seoul best attractions) 사본 -서울중심부이미지1.jpg
82
14= Mumbai  India
SBML9878-140422-BackBay skyline.jpg
82
15 Toronto  Canada
2017-08-06 Toronto, Skyline from the CN Tower (01) (freddy2001).jpg
80
16 Busan  South Korea
Busan Cityscape 1.jpg
74
17 Melbourne  Australia
City of Melbourne skyline view from Southbank with Princes Bridge and Flinders St, 2018.jpg
67
18= Nanjing  China
Nanjing Skyline.jpg
66
18= Tianjin  China
Tianjin panorama.jpg
66
18= Nanning  China
Nanning skyline 2008.JPG
66
22 Panama City  Panama
Panama City financial district.jpg
65
23 Miami  United States
Brickell skyline 2012.jpg
58
24 Makati  Philippines
Rockwell Center Makati.jpg
53
25 Changsha  China
Skyline with Xiang River.png
52
26= Beijing  China
Parkview Green and CBD skyline (20210927131419).jpg
51
26= Hanoi  Vietnam
Hanoi skyline at night.jpg
51
27 Incheon  South Korea
Songdo IBD Incheon 2014 HDR 2.jpg
50
28= Istanbul  Turkey
Modern Istanbul skyline.jpg
48
28= Dalian  China
DalianSkyline.JPG
48
29 Moscow  Russia
Business Centre of Moscow 2.jpg
46
30= Abu Dhabi  United Arab Emirates
Abu dhabi skylines 2014.jpg
44
30= Doha  Qatar
West Bay district of Doha seen from the corniche at night.jpg
44
31= Osaka  Japan
Central Osaka.jpg
43
31= Hangzhou  China
20201012从钱塘江江面上空观看钱江新城.jpg
43
32 Houston  United States
Downtown Houston, TX Skyline - 2018.jpg
40
33= Sydney  Australia
Sydney skyline from the north aerial 2010 (cropped).jpg
39
33= Zhuhai  China
Zhuhai Sports Center2021.jpg
39
34 Suzhou  China
Jinji Lake Suzhou November 2017 002.jpg
35
35 Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam
Saigon skyline night view.jpg
34
36= Macau  Macau (SAR)
Vistas de Macao, 2013-08-08, DD 02.jpg
32
36= Xiamen  China
Gulangyu xiamen skyline 2011 12.jpg
32
37 Nanchang  China
Red Landmark Architectureofchina (244436475).jpeg
31
38 London  United Kingdom
London from a hot air balloon.jpg
30
39= Hefei  China
Hefeiskyline.jpg
29
39= Jinan  China
Jinanfromqianfoshan.jpg
29
39= Ningbo  China
Downtown Ningbo with Tianyi Square.jpg
29
39= Qingdao  China
Qingdao picture.jpg
29
40 Los Angeles  United States
Los Angeles with Mount Baldy.jpg
27
41 San Francisco  United States
San Francisco skyline from Twin Peaks - panoramio.jpg
26
42= Wuxi  China
201906 Exterior of BOC Tower Wuxi.jpg
25
42= Sharjah  United Arab Emirates
Al Khan Lagoon by Night.jpg
25
42= Boston  United States
Boston skyline from South Boston November 2015.jpg
25
43 Mexico City  Mexico
Ciudad.de.Mexico.City.Distrito.Federal.DF.Paseo.Reforma.Skyline.jpg
24
44= Seattle  United States
Seattle Skyline WSB.jpg
23
44= Liuzhou  China
Liuzhou city night photo.JPG
23
45= Guiyang  China
Downtown Guiyang (28693000301).jpg
22
45= Balneario Camboriu  Brazil
Vista parcial de Balneário Camboriú SC a partir do Parque Unipraias.JPG
22
46= Dallas  United States
Dallas view.jpg
21
46= Riyadh  Saudi Arabia
Riyadh North Skyline .jpg
21
47 Johor Bahru  Malaysia
Empty Singapore-Malaysia Causeway 2.jpg
20
48= Taiyuan  China
太原市中心.jpg
18
48= Kunming  China
Kunming 40.JPG
18
48= Lanzhou  China
兰州皋兰山201905.jpg
18
48= Mandaluyong  Philippines 18
48= Calgary  Canada
Calgary skyline, Canada; October 2019.jpg
18
48= Dongguan  China
Dongguan Avenue (CBD) 2010.jpg
18
49= Xi'an  China
Xian 01.JPG
17
49= Kuwait City  Kuwait
Kuwait City cropped.jpg
17
49= Frankfurt  Germany
Frankfurt Skyline (16259801511).jpg
17
49= Taguig  Philippines 17
49= Atlanta  United States
Atlanta Skyline from Buckhead.jpg
17
49= Fuzhou  China
Wusi Hualin Road Intersection CBD.jpg
17
50= Brisbane  Australia
Brisbane May 2013.jpg
16
50= São Paulo  Brazil
Skyline of São Paulo at dusk (318298)
16
50= Tel Aviv  Israel
Tel Aviv University Railway Station (16168463878) (2).jpg
16
50= Delhi NCR  India
Noidancrdelhiskyline.jpg
15
50= Pyongyang  North Korea
Laika ac Pyongyang (7975203722).jpg
15
50= Las Vegas  United States
Las Vegas -Nevada-8Sept2008.jpg
15
50= Philadelphia  United States
A605, Philadelphia skyline from the west end of the South Street Bridge, 2018.jpg
15
50= Manama  Bahrain
Manama, Bahrain Decembre 2014.jpg
15
50= Taichung  Taiwan
Taichung skyline.png
15
50= Metro Vancouver  Canada
Concord Pacific Master Plan Area
15
51= Goyang  South Korea
Hipark city Familie.jpg
14
51= Jersey City  United States
2013 Jersey City skyline 2.jpg
14
51= Taipei  Taiwan
20211028 Taipei Skyline.jpg
14
52= Courbevoie (Grand Paris)  France
La Défence as seen from the Arc de Triomphe.jpg
13
53= Kolkata  India
Urbana Residential Complex - 783 Anandapur Road - Kolkata 2017-07-15 1527.JPG
12
53= Bogotá  Colombia
Centro internacional.JPG
12
53= Buenos Aires  Argentina
Buenos Aires con las puertas abiertas.jpg
12
53= Sunny Isles Beach  United States
Sunny Isles Beach skyline 2015 from west.jpg
12
53= Pattaya  Thailand
Pattaya Thailand skyline photo D Ramey Logan.jpg
12
54= Nagoya  Japan
180324 Nagoya Castle & Skyscrapers in Meieki.jpg
11
54= Minneapolis  United States 11
54= Shijiazhuang  China 11
54= Colombo  Sri Lanka
Colombo City, Sri Lanka
11
54= Pasig  Philippines 11
54= Ankara  Turkey
YDA-Center-03.jpg
11
54= Zhengzhou  China
CBDyiZZ.jpg
11
55= Kawasaki  Japan
Musashi-kosugi skyscrapers.jpg
10
55= Daejeon  South Korea
Daejeon Government Complex.jpg
10
55= Pittsburgh  United States
Downtown Pittsburgh from Duquesne Incline in the morning (warmer white balance).jpg
10
55= Warsaw Poland Poland
Panorama siekierkowski.jpg
10
55= Montreal  Canada
Montreal August 2017 05.jpg
10

List of cities by number of skyscrapers under construction taller than 150 m (492 ft)

This is a list which ranks cities that have at least 10 skyscrapers under construction that are taller than 150 m (492 ft) as of February 2022.[4]

Rank City Country Image No. of skyscrapers under construction
1 Shenzhen  China
Commercial area of futian to east2020.jpg
88
2 Wuhan  China
WuhanSkyline.jpg
49
3 Guangzhou  China
Guangzhou twin towers.jpg
39
4 Mumbai  India
Mumbai Skyline at Night.jpg
38
5= Hong Kong  Hong Kong (SAR)
Hong Kong Harbour Night 2019-06-11.jpg
29
5= Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia
Yong-chuan-tan-vpbsTcS-YtM-unsplash.jpg
29
5= Shanghai  China
SkylineShanghaiPudongSeptember2021(2).jpg
29
8 Toronto  Canada
2017-08-06 Toronto, Skyline from the CN Tower (01) (freddy2001).jpg
27
9 Dubai  United Arab Emirates
Dubai Skyline 2016.jpg
21
10 New York City  United States
Lower Manhattan from Jersey City November 2014 panorama 3.jpg
20
11= Tel Aviv (Gush Dan)  Israel
Tel Aviv University Railway Station (16168463878) (2).jpg
17
11= Metro Manila[1]  Philippines
Metro Manila Skyline.jpg
17
13= Shenyang  China
Shenyang Qingnian Street.JPG
15
13= Nanjing  China
Nanjing Skyline.jpg
15
15= Bangkok  Thailand
4Y1A1150 Bangkok (33536339665).jpg
14
15= Balneário Camboriú  Brazil
Vista parcial de Balneário Camboriú SC a partir do Parque Unipraias.JPG
14
17= Hangzhou  China
20201012从钱塘江江面上空观看钱江新城.jpg
13
17= Nanning  China
Nanning skyline 2008.JPG
13
19 Chongqing  China
SkylineOfChongqing.jpg
12
20 Xi'an  China
XiAn qujiang.jpg
11
21= Melbourne  Australia
City of Melbourne skyline view from Southbank with Princes Bridge and Flinders St, 2018.jpg
10
21= Guiyang  China
Guiyang buildings.jpg
10
21= Sydney  Australia
Sydney skyline and harbour.jpg
10
21= Changsha  China
长沙市解放西路酒吧一条街.jpg
10
21= Miami  United States
Brickell skyline 2012.jpg
10

Cities with at least 50 skyscrapers above 150m

Included in this chart are cities with skyscrapers of known heights that are completed or under construction.

Rank City ≥800m ≥700m ≥600m ≥500m ≥450m ≥400m ≥350m ≥300m ≥250m ≥200m ≥150m
1 Shenzhen[5] 1 1 2 12 25 51 144 370
2 Hong Kong[6] 1 2 4 6 16 67 356
3 New York City[7] 1 2 5 8 19 36 103 316
4 Dubai[8] 1 1 1 1 1 3 15 34 71 126 247
5 Shanghai[9] 1 1 2 3 4 10 28 71 184
6 Tokyo[10] 1 3 33 166
7 Guangzhou[11] 1 1 2 5 15 29 54 152
8 Chongqing[12] 1 2 4 8 23 56 142
9 Chicago[13] 2 3 7 17 37 133
10 Wuhan[14] 2 2 6 13 50 131
11 Shenyang[15] 1 5 8 40 115
12 Metro Manila[16][circular reference] 2 12 32 110
13 (=) Kuala Lumpur[17] 1 1 3 4 5 11 22 60 107
13 (=) Jakarta[18] 1 4 20 53 107
13 (=) Bangkok[19] 1 1 4 13 30 107
16 Mumbai[20] 1 1 10 3 1 19 35 105
17 Toronto[21] 1 7 31 97
18 Singapore[22] 8 34 95
19 Chengdu[23] 1 1 1 3 5 27 92
20 Seoul[24] 1 1 1 1 2 6 20 83
21 Melbourne[25] 1 8 29 75
22 (=) Nanning[26] 1 2 8 10 31 74
22 (=) Busan[27] 1 1 4 11 24 74
24 Nanjing[28] 2 3 4 13 18 41 73
25 Miami[29] 5 6 14 69
26 Tianjin[30] 1 1 1 1 4 11 29 60
27 Panama City[31] 4 24 56
28 (=) Hangzhou[32] 2 15 23 52
28 (=) Sydney[33] 2 16 52
30 Moscow[34] 1 3 7 15 22 65

Cities with at least 1 skyscraper above 300m

This is a list which ranks cities with at least 1 skyscraper (under construction and on-hold inclusive) above 300m (i.e. about 75–80 floors).

City ≥700m ≥600m ≥500m ≥450m ≥400m ≥350m ≥300m
Dubai[35] 1 1 1 1 3 15 34
Shenzhen[5] 1 1 2 10 21
New York City[7] 1 2 6 10 19
Mumbai 1 1 10 3 8
Guangzhou[11] 2 1 2 4 10
Kuala Lumpur 1 1 3 5 6 9
Tianjin[30] 1 2 3 3 8
Shanghai[9] 1 1 3 4 4 6
Hong Kong[36] 1 1 2 4 6
Chongqing[12] 1 1 2 6
Chicago[13] 1 1 2 2 6
Mecca 1 1 1 1 1 1
Riyadh 1 4
Kuwait City 2 5
Jakarta[37] 1 4
Miami[29] 2
Moscow 2 7
San Francisco 1
Abu Dhabi 1 6
Gold Coast 1
Incheon 1
Bangkok 1 1 4
Doha 2 5
Santiago 1
Seoul 1 1 1 1 2
Busan 1 1 1 1 2
Astana 1 1
Houston[38] 2
Los Angeles 2
Mexico City 1
Monterrey 2
Osaka 1
Colombo 1 1 2
Philadelphia 1
Atlanta 1
Melbourne 1
Taipei 1 1 1 1 2
Metro Manila 2
Delhi NCR 1
Pyongyang 1
Warsaw 1
London 1
Paris[39] 1
Toronto 1
Karachi 1
Kaohsiung 1

Notes

Greater Taipei is a metropolitan city, which includes Taipei City and New Taipei. The metropolis encompasses an area of 1,140 square kilometers, which is more comparable to the areas covered by other cities on the list such as Suzhou, Wuhan, and Barcelona. This is not to be confused with Taipei City which is only 271.80 square kilometers and is the downtown core that governs the whole metropolis, like the City of London and Greater London all contained by London.[40] Also, in terms of population, Greater Taipei has a population of 7,034,084 as of 2019, which is more comparable to other cities in the list such as Hong Kong, Hangzhou, Madrid and Kuala Lumpur; whereas Taipei City only has a population of 2,646,204.[41]
Manila is a metropolitan city composed of 17 administrative areas (16 cities and 1 municipality) also known as Metro Manila making it one of the largest megacities in the world.[42] Formally called the National Capital Region, the city encompasses an area of 613.14 square kilometers, which is comparable to the areas covered by other cities on the list such as Seoul, Singapore, and Mumbai. This is not to be confused with the City of Manila which is only 42.88 square kilometers and is the historic core that formerly governed the whole metropolis, like the City of London in London. Its number of completed skyscrapers is 115 as of January 2021[43][44]) currently at 8th place in world ranking.
Metro Vancouver is a metropolitan city and a regional district composed of 23 municipalities. The area is also known as Greater Vancouver. The city encompasses an area of 2,882.68 km2, comparable to the areas of other cities included on this list such as Moscow, Hanoi, and Tokyo. This is not to be confused with the City of Vancouver, which is only 115 square kilometers and contains the central business district of the city. Also population wise, the City of Vancouver only has a population of 675,218, compared with the more metropolitan figure of 2,737,698 in Metro Vancouver.[45] Due to building height restrictions, the majority of Metro Vancouver's skyscrapers are situated in the municipality of Burnaby, which is also where the administrative offices of Metro Vancouver are located. As of May 2022, Metro Vancouver contains 15 completed and topped out skyscrapers and 8 under construction. [46][47][48][49][50]
Gush Dan, or Greater Tel Aviv, is a metropolitan area that includes over 40 municipalities. It covers an area of 1,516 square kilometers, comparable to the areas covered by other cities on the list. This is not to be confused with Tel Aviv-Yafo, which is only 52 square kilometers in size, housing about 450,000 residents, and constitutes the core of the metropolis. Cities in the metropolitan containing skyscrapers are: Tel Aviv-Yafo,[51] Ramat Gan,[52] Bnei Brak,[53] Ashdod,[54] Bat Yam,[55] Petah Tikva[56] and Givatayim.[57]

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