Tallest Buildings in Dubai.
Tallest hotels in Dubai.
Skyline of Dubai before sunset

Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, is home to 911 completed high-rises,[1] 88 of which stand taller than 180 metres (591 ft). The tallest building in Dubai is the Burj Khalifa, which rises 828 metres (2,717 ft) and contains 209 floors.[2] The tower has stood as both the tallest building in the world and the tallest man-made structure of any kind in the world since its completion in January 2010. The second-tallest building in Dubai is the 414-metre (1,358 ft) Princess Tower, which also stands as the world's tallest residential skyscraper.[3] The skyscrapers of Dubai are, for the most part, clustered in three different locations. The land along Sheikh Zayed Road was the first to develop, followed by the Dubai Marina neighborhood and the Business Bay district.

Overall, Dubai has 18 completed and topped-out buildings that rise at least 300 metres (984 ft) in height, which is more than any other city in the world.[4] While Dubai has 73 completed and topped-out buildings that rise at least 200 metres (656 ft) in height, again which is more than any other city in the world.[5] Based on the average height of the ten tallest completed buildings, Dubai has the tallest skyline in the Middle East and the world.[6] , the skyline of Dubai is ranked sixth in the world with 248 buildings rising at least 100 metres (330 ft) in height.[7]

The history of skyscrapers in Dubai began with the construction of Dubai World Trade Centre in 1979, which is usually regarded as the first high-rise in the city. At the time of its completion, it also stood as the tallest building in the Middle East. Since 1999, and especially from 2005 onwards, Dubai has been the site of an extremely large skyscraper building boom, with all 73 of its buildings over 200 metres (656 ft) tall completed after 1999.[4] In less than ten years, the city has amassed one of the largest skylines in the world; it is now home to the world's tallest building, the world's tallest residence, and the world's tallest hotel. As of 2012, 363 new skyscrapers are under construction in Dubai; additionally, there are over 640 active high-rise developments that have been proposed for construction in the city.[1]

Tallest buildings

Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world
JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, is the second tallest hotel in the world
Burj Al Arab
Cayan Tower
Emirates Towers
This list ranks completed and topped out Dubai skyscrapers that stand at least 180 metres (591 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.
Rank Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Notes
1 Burj Khalifa 828 metres (2,717 ft) 209 2010 This building was topped out on January 17, 2009, becoming the tallest building in the world.[2][8][9][10]
2 Princess Tower 414 metres (1,358 ft) 101 2012 Former tallest residential building in the world. Now 432 Park Avenue holds the record. [11][12]
3 23 Marina 392.8 metres (1,289 ft) 88 2012 [13][14]
4 Elite Residence 380 metres (1,250 ft) 87 2012 [15][16]
5 Almas Tower 360 metres (1,180 ft) 68 2008 Tallest office building in the city.[17][18][19]
6= JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Tower 1 355 metres (1,165 ft) 76 2012 Second Tallest hotel in the world after Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel.[20][21]
6= JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Tower 2 355 metres (1,165 ft) 76 2012 [20][22]
8 Emirates Office Tower 355 metres (1,165 ft) 54 2000 Also known as Emirates Tower One.[23][24]
9 Ahmed Abdul Rahim Al Attar Tower 342 metres (1,122 ft) 76 2014 Under construction – building was topped out in 2013.
10 The Torch 337 metres (1,106 ft) 79 2011 [25]
11 Rose Tower 333 metres (1,093 ft) 72 2007 The second tallest hotel in the world.[26][27][28]
12 Al Yaqoub Tower 328 metres (1,076 ft) 69 2013 [29][30]
13 The Index 326 metres (1,070 ft) 80 2010 [31][32][33]
14 Burj Al Arab 321 metres (1,053 ft) 60 1999 Tallest building in the world used exclusively as a hotel at the time of its completion.[34][35]

Tallest hotel on man made island & also it is the tallest hotel on an island

15 HHHR Tower 318 metres (1,043 ft) 72 2010 [36][37]
16 Ocean Heights 310 metres (1,020 ft) 83 2010 [38]
17 Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel 309 metres (1,014 ft) 56 2000 Also known as Emirates Tower Two.[39][40]
18 Cayan Tower 306 metres (1,004 ft) 73 2013 [41][42]
19 The Address Downtown Dubai 302 metres (991 ft) 63 2008 [43][44]
20 Emirates Crown 296 metres (971 ft) 63 2008 [45][46]
21 Khalid Al Attar Tower 2 294 metres (965 ft) 66 2011 [47][48]
22 Islamic Bank Office Tower 294 metres (965 ft) 49 2011 [49][50]
23= Millennium Tower 285 metres (935 ft) 60 2006 [51][52]
23= Sulafa Tower 285 metres (935 ft) 75 2010 [53][54]
24 D1 284 metres (932 ft) 80 2014 Under construction – building was topped out in 2012.[55][56]
25 Marina Pinnacle 280 metres (920 ft) 73 2011 [57][58]
26 JAL Hotel 269 metres (883 ft) 60 2010 [59][60][61]
27 21st Century Tower 269 metres (883 ft) 55 2003 [62][63]
28= Al Kazim Tower 1 265 metres (869 ft) 53 2008 [64][65]
28= Al Kazim Tower 2 265 metres (869 ft) 53 2008 [66][67]
30 Ubora Tower 1 263 metres (863 ft) 58 2010 [68][69]
31 Islamic Bank Residential Tower 261 metres (856 ft) 51 2011 [70][71]
32 Vision Tower 260 metres (850 ft) 60 2008 [72][73]
33 Conrad Dubai 255 metres (837 ft) 51 2013 [74][75][76]
34 Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites 254 metres (833 ft) 59 2007 Also known as the Al Marsa Tower.[77][78]
35= Angsana Suites Tower 250 metres (820 ft) 49 2007 [79][80]
36 Chelsea Tower 250 metres (820 ft) 49 2005 [81][82]
36 Ahmed Khoory Tower 250 metres (820 ft) 60 2013 [83]
37 Al Tayer Tower 249 metres (817 ft) 59 2009 [84][85]
38 Rolex Tower 247 metres (810 ft) 63 2010 [86]
39= Al Fattan Tower 245 metres (804 ft) 51 2006 [87][88]
39= Oasis Beach Tower 245 metres (804 ft) 51 2006 [89][90]
41 AAM Tower 244 metres (801 ft) 46 2008 Also known as the Arenco Tower.[91][92]
42 The Tower 243 metres (797 ft) 54 2002 [93][94]
43 Sama Tower 240 metres (790 ft) 51 2009 [95][96]
44= Churchill Residency 235 metres (771 ft) 61 2010 [97][98]
44= The Buildings by Daman* 235 metres (771 ft) 65 2014 Under construction – building was topped out in 2012[99][100][101]
46 Park Place 234 metres (768 ft) 56 2007 [102][103]
47 Mag 218 Tower 232 metres (761 ft) 66 2010 [104][105]
48 Al Tayer Tower 225 metres (738 ft) 59 2009 Also known as the Manazel Al Safa Tower.[84][85]
49 The Bay Gate* 221 metres (725 ft) 53 2014 Under construction – building topped out in 2008.[106][107]
50= Angsana Hotel Tower 221 metres (725 ft) 49 2008 [108]
50= Angsana Suites Tower 221 metres (725 ft) 49 2007 [109][110]
52 Trident Grand Residence 220 metres (720 ft) 45 2009 [111]
53 Al Bateen Tower 220 metres (720 ft) 56 2013 Under construction – building topped out in 2013.[112][113]
54 Jumeirah Bay 2 218 metres (715 ft) 47 2009 [114][115]
55= Jumeirah Beach Residence Sadaf 4 216 metres (709 ft) 54 2007 [116][117]
55= Amwaj Rotana Resort 216 metres (709 ft) 25 2007 [116][117]
55= Jumeirah Beach Residence Sadaf 4 216 metres (709 ft) 54 2007 [118][119]
58 Al Seef Tower 215 metres (705 ft) 46 2005 [120][121]
59= Grosvenor House The Residence 210 metres (690 ft) 48 2010 [122][123]
59= Grosvenor House West Marina Beach 210 metres (690 ft) 48 2005 [124][125]
59= Al Rostamani Maze Tower 210 metres (690 ft) 56 2010 [126]
59= Latifa Tower 210 metres (690 ft) 56 2010 [127]
59= Le Rêve 210 metres (690 ft) 50 2006 [128][129]
64= Marina Heights Tower 208 metres (682 ft) 55 2006 [130][131][132]
64= Executive Tower M 208 metres (682 ft) 52 2009 [133]
67= Jumeirah Beach Residence Bahar 1 208 metres (682 ft) 52 2007 [134][135]
67= Marina Crown 207 metres (679 ft) 52 2006 [136][137]
67= Tamani Hotel Marina 207 metres (679 ft) 54 2006 [138][139]
69 Nassima Tower 204 metres (669 ft) 49 2010 [140][141]
70 Dubai Mixed-Use Towers 200 metres (660 ft) 61 2013 Under construction – building topped out in 2012.
71 The Citadel 201 metres (659 ft) 48 2008 [142][143]
72 MBK Tower 200 metres (660 ft) 59 2010 [144]
73 Shangri-La Hotel 200 metres (660 ft) 43 2003 [145][146][147]
74= Jumeirah Beach Residence Bahar 7 196 metres (643 ft) 49 2007 [148][149]
74= Jumeirah Beach Residence Bahar 3 196 metres (643 ft) 49 2007 [150][151]
76 Al Salam Tecom Tower 196 metres (643 ft) 47 2008 [152]
77= Jumeirah Beach Residence Bahar 5 192 metres (630 ft) 48 2007 [150][151]
77= Dubai Mall Hotel 192 metres (630 ft) 37 2008 [153][154]
79= Burjside Boulevard 190 metres (620 ft) 49 2013 Under construction – building was topped out in 2012.[155]
79= Concorde Tower 190 metres (620 ft) 45 2008 [156][157]
79= Dubai Jewel Tower 190 metres (620 ft) 43 2008 [158][159]
79= Horizon Tower 190 metres (620 ft) 45 2006 [160][161]
79= Platinum Tower 190 metres (620 ft) 44 2012 [162][163]
84 Executive Tower B 188 metres (617 ft) 47 2008 [164][165]
85= Lake Terrace 187 metres (614 ft) 40 2008 [166][167]
85= Sidra Tower 187 metres (614 ft) 45 2009 [168][169]
87 City Premiere Hotel Apartments 186 metres (610 ft) 45 2011 [170][171]
88= Etisalat Tower 2 185 metres (607 ft) 33 2007 [172][173]
88= Mesk Tower 185 metres (607 ft) 40 2003 [174][175]
88= Murjan Tower 185 metres (607 ft) 40 2003 [176][177]
88 Capricorn Tower 185 metres (607 ft) 46 2003 [178][179]
92= Jumeirah Beach Residence Murjan 1 184 metres (604 ft) 46 2007 [150][151]
92= Jumeirah Beach Residence 184 metres (604 ft) 46 2007 [150][151]
92= Jumeirah Beach Residence Sadaf 6 184 metres (604 ft) 46 2007 [150][151]
92= Jumeirah Beach Residence Sadaf 8 184 metres (604 ft) 46 2007 [150][151]
92= Dubai World Trade Center 184 metres (604 ft) 39 1979 [180]
97 Marina Terrace 183 metres (600 ft) 38 2006 [181][182][183]
98 Tiffany Towers 182 metres (597 ft) 45 2009 [184][185]
99= Bay Central 2 180 metres (590 ft) 50 2013 [186]
99= Mazaya Business Avenue 1 180 metres (590 ft) 50 2011 [187]
99= Mazaya Business Avenue 2 180 metres (590 ft) 50 2011 [188]
99= Mazaya Business Avenue 3 180 metres (590 ft) 50 2011 [189]
99= Jumeirah Beach Residence Sadaf 8 180 metres (590 ft) 45 2007 [150][151]
99= Park Towers at DIFC 180 metres (590 ft) 47 2011
* indicates building is still under construction, but has been topped out

Tallest under construction, approved and proposed

Under construction

23 Marina under construction on 15 May 2008
This is the list of buildings that are currently under construction in Dubai and are expected to rise to a height of at least 180 metres (591 ft). Buildings under construction that have already been topped out are also included, as are those whose construction has been suspended.
Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Year* Notes
Marina 106 445 metres (1,460 ft) 104 2019 [190]
Marina 101 426.5 metres (1,399 ft) 101 2015/2016 Upon completion will become the tallest residential building in the world.[191][192]
The Address the BLVD 368 metres (1,207 ft) 72 2016 [193]
DAMAC Residenze 335 metres (1,099 ft)) 85 2016 [194]
The Skyscraper (Dubai) 330 metres (1,080 ft) 66 2014 [195]
Dubai Pearl Tower West 300 metres (980 ft) 73 2017 [196]
Dubai Pearl Tower South 300 metres (980 ft) 73 2017 [197]
Dubai Pearl Tower North 300 metres (980 ft) 73 2017 [198]
Dubai Pearl Tower East 300 metres (980 ft) 73 2017 [199]
D1 284 metres (932 ft) 80 2014 Under construction - building was topped out in 2012.[55][56]
Al Hekma Tower 282 metres (925 ft) 64 2014 [200][201]
DAMAC Paramount Hotel & Residences 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2016 [202]
DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 1 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2016 [203]
DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 2 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2016 [204]
DAMAC Maison-Paramount Tower 3 250 metres (820 ft) 56 2016 [205]
The Buildings by Daman 235 metres (771 ft) 65 2013 Under construction - building was topped out in 2011.[100][101]
Burj-Al-Salam 235 metres (771 ft) 58 2013 [206][207]
The Bay Gate 221 metres (725 ft) 53 2014 Under construction - building was topped out in 2008.[106]
Al Bateen Tower 220 metres (720 ft) 55 2013 Under construction - building was topped out in 2013.[112][113]
Duja Tower 195 metres (640 ft) 51 2012 [208][209]
Dubai Star 191 metres (627 ft) 46 2013 [210][211]
*Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building dates of completion has not yet been released.

On hold

This table lists buildings that were at one time under construction in Dubai and were expected to rise at least 180 metres (591 ft) in height, but are now on hold. While not officially cancelled, construction has been suspended on each development.
Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Year
(est.)
Notes
Pentominium 516 metres (1,693 ft) 122 2014 Will become tallest residential building in the world if construction resumes.[212][213]
Marina 106 425 metres (1,394 ft) 104 2012 [214]
Lighthouse Tower 402 metres (1,319 ft) 64 2012 [215]
I&M Tower 290 metres (950 ft) 46 2012 [216][217]
The Palm Trump International Hotel & Tower 270 metres (890 ft) 62 2011 [218]
Metro Tower 250 metres (820 ft) 45 2012 [219][220]
Anantara Hotel 234 metres (768 ft) 45 2008 [221]
Tiara United Tower 1 225 metres (738 ft) 61 2010 [222][223]
Tiara United Tower 2 225 metres (738 ft) 61 2010 [224][225]
Jumeirah Lake Apartments 219 metres (719 ft) 40 2008 [226]
Jumeirah Lake Offices 219 metres (719 ft) 40 2008 [227]
Al Boraq Tower 210 metres (690 ft) 45 2009 [228][229]

Approved

This table lists buildings that are approved for construction in Dubai and are expected to rise at least 180 metres (591 ft) in height.
Name Height*
m (ft)
Floors Year*
(est.)
Notes
Dubai One 711 metres (2,333 ft) 150+ 2020 Also Known as Meydan One; once completed it will become the second tallest tower in Dubai after Burj Khalifa. Dubai One is expected to reach at least 700m and be completed by 2020[230]
The Burj 2020 700 metres (2,300 ft) 122 2020 The Burj 2020 will be the largest commercial tower in the world, surpassing the just-built One World Trade Centre in New York. The tower's district will provide world class commercial, retail, and hotel experience unique to Dubai's marketplace. The tower and surrounding areas will also be added to Dubai's International Free Trade Zone. [231]
Meydan Tower 87 Also Known as Entisar Tower; once completed it will become the second tallest tower on Sheikh Zayed Road after Burj Khalifa[232]
The Grand Boulevard Tower 291 metres (955 ft) 69 [233]
Marina Arcade 268 metres (879 ft) 65 [234]
Burj Vista 65 [235]
JB Tower 264 metres (866 ft) 60 [236]
Escan Tower 256 metres (840 ft) 60 [237]
Burj Park III 253 metres (830 ft) 60
The Address Residence Fountain Views 60 [238]
Burjside Terrace 248 metres (814 ft) 62 [239]
The Mansion at Burj Khalifa 227 metres (745 ft) 60 [240]
Nili Tower 220 metres (720 ft) 57 Considered to be a stale proposal[241][242]
Al Boraq Tower 210 metres (690 ft) 45 [228][229]
IRIS Mist 200 metres (660 ft) 54 [243][244]
The Sheffield Tower 200 metres (660 ft) 46 [245][246]
Fortune Araames 200 metres (660 ft) 45 Considered to be a stale proposal[247][248]
El Matador Tower 185 metres (607 ft) 43 Considered to be a stale proposal[249][250]
Mag 220 Tower 180 metres (590 ft) 45 Considered to be a stale proposal[251][252]
Arabian Crowne 180 metres (590 ft) 45 Considered to be a stale proposal[253][254]
*Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building dates of completion has not yet been released.

Proposed

This table lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Dubai and are expected to rise at least 180 metres (591 ft) in height.
Name Height*
ft (m)
Floors Year*
(est.)
Notes
Dubai City Tower 2,400 metres (7,900 ft) 400 2025 Also Known as Dubai Vertical City[255]
1 Park Avenue 550 metres (1,800 ft) 125 Considered to be a stale proposal[256]
Burj Al Fattan 463 metres (1,519 ft) 96 [257]
DIFC Tower 1 420 metres (1,380 ft) 100 2015 [258]
Dynamic Tower 388 metres (1,273 ft) 80 2010 [259]
P-17 379 metres (1,243 ft) 78 2011 Also known as Hard Rock Hotel[260][261]
Signature Towers Office 357 metres (1,171 ft) 75 Considered to be a stale proposal[262][263]
The Circle 330 metres (1,080 ft) 66 Considered to be a stale proposal[264]
Sheikh Hasher Tower 291 metres (955 ft) 62 Considered to be a stale proposal[265]
Signature Towers Hotel 286 metres (938 ft) 65 Considered to be a stale proposal[263][266]
G-Tower 280 metres (920 ft) 45 2012 [267][268]
Mada'in Hotel 270 metres (890 ft) 65 [264]
Signature Towers Residential 232 metres (761 ft) 55 Considered to be a stale proposal[263][269]
Saba Tower 4 222 metres (728 ft) 47 [270][271]
*Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building heights and/or dates of completion has not yet been released.

Timeline of tallest buildings

Al Fahidi Fort is the oldest building in Dubai and was the tallest for 179 years.[272]
This is a list of the buildings that once were the tallest in Dubai. Despite Dubai's recent major skyscraper boom, there are only seven buildings on the list.
Name Years as tallest Height
m (ft)
Floors Reference
Al Fahidi Fort 1799–1973 23 metres (75 ft) 1 [273]
Sheikh Rashid Building 1973–1978 02.0[D] 15
Dubai World Trade Centre 1979–1999 149 metres (489 ft) 39 [274]
Burj Al Arab 1999–2000 321 metres (1,053 ft) 60 [34]
Emirates Office Tower 2000–2009 355 metres (1,165 ft) / 1,163 56 [23]
Almas Tower 2009–2010 360 metres (1,180 ft) 74 [18]
Burj Khalifa 2009–present 828 metres (2,717 ft) 209 [2]

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External links

  • SkyscraperCity - Skyscraper/highrise/tall building photos and projects in Dubai and the world
  • Overview of Dubai Buildings
  • Top 5 Tallest Skyscrapers in Dubai via FlashyDubai.com
  • Diagram of Dubai skyscrapers on SkyscraperPage
  • CTBUH lists of tallest buildings in Dubai
  • Infographics of top 10 tallest buildings in Dubai