Suzhou

Facts

# of 150m+ buildings

29 Completed • 4 Under Construction

First 150m+ Building

Tallest Building

Rankings

by no. of 150m+ completed buildings

#

42

Tallest City in

the World
#

29

Tallest City in

Asia
#

18

Tallest City in

China

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Never Completed

Proposed

Vision

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

Suzhou Zhongnan Center

499.2 m / 1,638 ft

2

Suzhou IFS

450 m / 1,476 ft

3

Greenland Group Suzhou Center

358 m / 1,175 ft

4

Suzhou ICC

303.2 m / 995 ft

5

Gate to the East

301.8 m / 990 ft

6

Suzhou RunHua Global Building A

282 m / 925 ft

7

Suzhou Center

268 m / 879 ft

8

Golden Eagle Plaza

252 m / 827 ft

9

Suzhou RunHua Global Building B

240 m / 787 ft

10

Suzhou Xindi Center

232 m / 761 ft

CTBUH People & Events

CTBUH Signboard Unveiled at Suzhou IFS

20 June 2018

Vertical Transportation: Ascent & Acceleration

12 September 2017

Videos

18 October 2016

Login

You must be a CTBUH Member to view this resource.

Major Issues for the Implementation of an Effective Cost Management for Super High-Rise Buildings

Tuesday October 18, 2016. Shenzhen, China. Stephen Y.F. Lai of Rider Levett Bucknall presents at the 2016 China Conference Session 6c: Economic Considerations. Developers of...

Research

01 February 2017

Login

You must be a CTBUH Member to view this resource.

From Unseen to Iconic: Contextual Designs For China’s Large-Scale Mixed-Use Complexes

As the high-rise phenomenon moves from first- to second- and third-tier cities in China, high-density vertical urban developments are shaping the future identities of these...

Research

17 October 2016

Login

You must be a CTBUH Member to view this resource.

Megacities: Setting the Scene

The rise of the megacity presents unprecedented opportunities to understand the human urbanization phenomenon, and to observe the effects of multicore, polycentric cities growing together...