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World Tallest Buildings

  Building, city Year Sto-
ries
Height
Rank m ft
1. Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan 2004 101 508 1,667
2. Petronas Tower 1, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 88 452 1,483
3. Petronas Tower 2, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998 88 452 1,483
4. Sears Tower, Chicago 1974 110 442 1,451
5. Jin Mao Building, Shanghai 1999 88 421 1,381
6. Two International Finance Centre, Hong Kong 2003 88 415 1,362
7. CITIC Plaza, Guangzhou, China 1996 80 391 1,283
8. Shun Hing Square, Shenzhen, China 1996 69 384 1,260
9. Empire State Building, New York 1931 102 381 1,250
10. Central Plaza, Hong Kong 1992 78 374 1,227
11. Bank of China, Hong Kong 1989 70 367 1,205
12. Emirates Tower One, Dubai 1999 54 355 1,165
13. Tuntex Sky Tower, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 1997 85 348 1,140
14. Aon Centre, Chicago 1973 80 346 1,136
15. The Center, Hong Kong 1998 73 346 1,135
16. John Hancock Center, Chicago 1969 100 344 1,127
17. Rose Tower, Dubai 2007 72 333 1,127
18. Shimao International Plaza, Shanghai 2006 60 333 1,093
19. Minsheng Bank Building, Wuhan, China UC07 68 331 1,087
20. Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, N. Korea 1995 105 330 1,083
21. Q1, Gold Coast, Australia 2005 78 323 1,058
22. Burj al Arab Hotel, Dubai 1999 60 321 1,053
23. Nina Tower I, Hong Kong 2006 80 319 1,046
24. Chrysler Building, New York 1930 77 319 1,046
25. New York Times Building, New York 2007 52 319 1,046
Taipei 101  is a 101-floor landmark skyscraper located in Taipei, Taiwan. Designed by C.Y. Lee & Partners and constructed by KTRT Joint Venture, it is currently the tallest skyscraper in the world by three of the four standards designated by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Its original name was Taipei Financial Centre, based on its official Chinese name: the Taipei International Financial Center. The building is the 2004 recipient of the Emporis Skyscraper Award. Taipei 101 was named "Taipei 101" because the building is in Taipei and contains 101 floors.
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Sears Tower,Chicago