This list article contains data about Dutch buildings of at least 100 metres (330 ft) high – essentially all modern, fairly recent buildings/towers, but also including two old church towers over 100m, the tallest of which (the Dom Tower of Utrecht) was completed in 1382.

The top-ten tallest buildings in the Netherlands all stand in the three biggest cities of the country (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and The Hague respectively), with Rotterdam holding the top six tallest buildings in 2022.

After much of Roterdam was bombed and destroyed in the German invasion of the Netherlands in 1940, the (people of the) major deep sea port of Rotterdam chose to rebuild their city with modern(istic) architecture, instead of rebuilding in a more traditional style. In 1991, the Delftse Poort office towers, right by Rotterdam Central railway station, attracted a lot of attention as the first Dutch skyscraper complex to breach 150 m (500 ft), and practically ended the debate whether the country had any true skyscrapers at all.

The generally infirm nature of Dutch soil types, with bedrock typically only found at considerable depth, generally makes the foundation engineering of very tall buildings quite challenging, and Delftse Poort remained the country's tallest tower until May 2009. Nevertheless, since it was built, it inspired new towers between 100m and 150m tall to be created in many Dutch cities and towns. In 2022, Rotterdam raised the bar once again by opening the 50 m (200 ft) taller Zalmhaven tower.

Buildings

The listed heights exclude flagpoles, antennae and other such elements. Only finished buildings are listed.

Name Height Opening date Floors Location Picture
1 Zalmhaven 215 m (705 ft) 2022 62 Rotterdam
De Zalmhaven I - Rotterdam - View from the Veerhaven.jpg
2 Maastoren 164.75 m (541 ft) 28 May 2010 44 Rotterdam
Maastoren 2012.jpg
3 New Orleans 158 m (518 ft) 2010 45 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren new orleans.jpg
4 Montevideo 152 m (499 ft) 2005 43 Rotterdam
Montevideo 2010.JPG
5 Delftse Poort 151.4 m (497 ft) 1991 41 Rotterdam
Rotterdam NationaleNederlanden.jpg
6 De Rotterdam 151.3 m (496 ft) 2013 45 Rotterdam
De Rotterdam south side.jpg
7 Rembrandttoren 150 m (492 ft) 1995 35 Amsterdam
Rembrandt toren frontaal.jpg
8 Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties 146 m (479 ft) 2012 37 The Hague
3 skyscrapers The Hague.JPG
9 Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie 146 m (479 ft) 2012 37 The Hague
3 skyscrapers The Hague.JPG
10 Hoftoren 141.9 m (466 ft) 2003 29 The Hague
Hoftoren 1.jpg
11 New Babylon: City Tower 141.8 m (465 ft) 2013 45 The Hague
Koningin Julianaplein met Nieuw Babylon.jpg
12 Westpoint Tower 141.6 m (465 ft) 2004 48 Tilburg
Tilburg westpoint2.jpg
13 World Port Center 134 m (440 ft) 2001 38 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren worldportcenter.jpg
14 Het Strijkijzer 132 m (433 ft) 2008 41 The Hague
Netherlands, The Hague (Den Haag), Stationsbuurt, Strijkijzer.JPG
15 De Kroon 131 m (430 ft) 2011 41 The Hague
3 skyscrapers The Hague.JPG
16 Millennium Tower 130 m (427 ft) 2000 34 Rotterdam
Rotterdam, Millenniumtoren.jpg
17 FIRST Rotterdam 128 m (420 ft) 2015 31 Rotterdam
FIRST Rotterdam complex, 2019.jpg
18 The Red Apple 127 m (417 ft) 2009 40 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren red apple.jpg
19 Mondriaantoren 123 m (404 ft) 2002 31 Amsterdam
Mondriaantoren2.jpg
20 Carlton 120 m (394 ft) 2010 33 Almere
20150316 Almere 09.JPG
21 Erasmus MC 120 m (394 ft) 2012 31 Rotterdam
Erasmus MC 2012.JPG
22 Achmeatoren 115 m (377 ft) 2002 28 Leeuwarden
Achmeatoren Willemskade.jpg
23 De Rokade 113 m (371 ft) 2010 33 Spijkenisse
De Rokade.jpg
24 Dom Tower of Utrecht 112.5 m (369 ft) 1382 N/A Utrecht
DomTorenUtrechtNederland.jpg
25 Erasmus MC 112 m (367 ft) 1969 27 Rotterdam
Rotterdam erasmus mc.jpg
26 Prinsenhof Toren D/E World Trade Center 110 m (361 ft) 2005 25 The Hague
Prinsenhof The Hague.jpg
27 Waterstadtoren 109 m (358 ft) 2004 36 Rotterdam
Waterstadtoren.jpg
28 Nieuwe Kerk 108.8 m (357 ft) 1496 N/A Delft
Delft, de Nieuwe Kerk foto1 RM11872 foto4 2016-03-13 12.38.jpg
29 Blaak Office Tower 107 m (351 ft) 1996 28 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren fortis bank.jpg
30 European Patent Office 107 m (351 ft) 2018 27 Rijswijk
European Patent Office from Jaagpad Rijswijk.jpg
31 Up:Town 107 m (351 ft) 2019 34 Rotterdam
Up;Town in Rotterdam.jpg
32 Weenatoren 106 m (348 ft) 1990 31 Rotterdam
Rotterdam shopping alley.JPG
33 100Hoog 106 m (348 ft) 2013 32 Rotterdam
100 hoog in aanbouw RDAM.JPG
34 De Coopvaert 106 m (348 ft) 2006 29 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren coopvaert.jpg
35 De Admirant 105 m (344 ft) 2006 31 Eindhoven
IMG 1886-klein.jpg
36 Amsterdam Symphony (1) 105 m (344 ft) 2009 29 Amsterdam
Amsterdam Symphony, 2009-03-30.JPG
37 Amsterdam Symphony (2) 105 m (344 ft) 2009 27 Amsterdam
Amsterdam Symphony, 2009-03-30.JPG
38 Rabobank Bestuurscentrum
(Rabotoren)
105 m (344 ft) 2010 27 Utrecht
20100409 Rabobank Bestuurscentrum.jpg
39 WTC H Toren 105 m (344 ft) 2004 27 Amsterdam
Zuidas2.jpg
40 ABN-AMRO World HQ 105 m (344 ft) 1999 24 Amsterdam
ABN AMRO2.jpg
41 Weenacenter 104 m (341 ft) 1990 32 Rotterdam
Weenacenter.jpg
42 The Terraced Tower 104 m (341 ft) 2021 32 Rotterdam
43 Castalia 104 m (341 ft) 1998 20 The Hague
Castalia The Hague.JPG
44 Amsteltower 103 m (338 ft) 2018 30 Amsterdam
2018-06-25 Station Amsterdam Amstel.jpg
45 De Hoge Heren (1) 102 m (335 ft) 2000 34 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren de hoge heren.jpg
46 De Hoge Heren (2) 102 m (335 ft) 2000 34 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren de hoge heren.jpg
47 Nieuw Babylon Park Tower 102 m (335 ft) 2011 31 The Hague
NewBabylon maart2010.JPG
48 Alphatoren 101 m (331 ft) 2008 29 Enschede
Alphatoren.jpg
49 Schielandtoren 101 m (331 ft) 1996 32 Rotterdam
Rotterdam toren schielandtoren.jpg
50 Provinciehuis Noord-Brabant 101 m (331 ft) 1971 23 's-Hertogenbosch
Overzicht, vijver op de voorgrond -
51 StadsHeer 101 m (331 ft) 26 March 2007 31 Tilburg
Tilburg, modern woonpand bij NSstation foto1 2010-10-03 09.07.JPG
52 Porthos 101 m (331 ft) 2006 32 Eindhoven
Porthos Eindhoven.jpg
53 Ito-toren 100 m (328 ft) September 2005 25 Amsterdam
Zuidas4.jpg

Tallest buildings under construction/approved/in study

Under construction

Approved

Study

See also

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