List of tallest buildings in Boston

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Skyline of a city on a river. Two buildings are much taller and more prominent than the rest; one of the large buildings is a skyscraper with a blue-tinted, all-glass facade, and the second is a large rectangular tower with a steel latticework facade and a tall antenna mast on its roof.
Skyline of Boston's Back Bay
Skyline of a waterfront city. Several skyscrapers are visible in the distance, the tallest being a building with rounded edges and a red facade at the center of the image. To the extreme right is a white clock tower that appears shorter than most of the other tall buildings; two concrete, Brutalist-era apartment buildings are adjacent to the clock tower.
Skyline of Boston's Financial District

Boston, the capital of the U.S. state of Massachusetts and the largest city in New England, is home to 251 completed high-rises,[1] 27 of which stand taller than 400 feet (122 m). The majority of the city's skyscrapers and high-rises are clustered in the Financial District and Back Bay neighborhoods. The tallest structure in Boston is the 60-story Hancock Place, better known to locals as the John Hancock Tower, which rises 790 feet (241 m) in the Back Bay district.[2] Hancock Place is also the tallest building in New England and the 50th-tallest building in the United States. The second-tallest building in Boston is the Prudential Tower, which rises 52 floors and 749 feet (228 m).[3] At the time of the Prudential Tower's completion in 1964, it stood as the tallest building in North America outside of New York City.[4]

Boston's history of skyscrapers began with the completion in 1893 of the 13-story Ames Building, which is considered the city's first high-rise.[5] Boston went through a major building boom in the 1960s and 1970s, resulting in the construction of over 20 skyscrapers, including Hancock Place and the Prudential Tower. The city is the site of 18 skyscrapers that rise at least 492 feet (150 m) in height, more than any other city in New England. As of 2013, the skyline of Boston is ranked 11th in the United States and 40th in the world with 46 buildings rising at least 330 feet (100 m) in height.[6]

As of February 2013, Boston has three major proposals to construct skyscrapers that would rank among the tallest in the city if completed. The largest of these proposals is Trans National Place, which, if constructed as proposed, would become the new tallest building in the city at 1,000 feet (305 m).[7] The proposal, however, is facing a major redesign and height reduction after the Federal Aviation Administration ruled that the building was too tall and would serve as an obstruction for incoming and outgoing flight traffic at nearby Logan International Airport.[8] A second proposal is the South Bay Tower, which, at 800 feet (244 m), would also surpass the John Hancock Tower to become the tallest building in the city.[9] A third major proposal for the city is the South Station Tower, which would become the city's fifth-tallest building, assuming that both Trans National Place and the South Bay Tower are constructed.[10] Overall, as of February 2013, there were 64 high-rise buildings under construction or proposed for construction in Boston.[1]

Tallest buildings[edit]

Boston skyline from the north side of the Charles River

This list ranks Boston skyscrapers that stand at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equals sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year when a building was completed.

ft (m)
01.01Hancock PlaceGround-level view of a 60-story skyscraper; the clouds in the sky are reflected off the building's tinted, all-glass facade. On the ground to the left of the building is a Romanesque church, surrounded by a grassy public square. Two shorter skyscrapers are visible in the distance.01.0790 (241)60197642°20′57.4″N 71°04′29.2″W / 42.349278°N 71.074778°W / 42.349278; -71.074778 (John Hancock Tower)
02.02Prudential TowerDistant aerial view of two skyscrapers in early evening; the tallest is a large, gray rectangular tower with a steel latticework facade and a tall antenna mast on its roof. The shorter skyscraper, directly in front of the other building, has a tinted, all-glass facade with a prominent, open-air dome. Several high-rises surround the two skyscrapers on all sides.02.0749 (228)52196442°20′49.78″N 71°04′57.08″W / 42.3471611°N 71.0825222°W / 42.3471611; -71.0825222 (Prudential Tower)
03.03Federal Reserve Bank BuildingAerial view of a tall, narrow, concrete skyscraper; the building's design somewhat resembles that of a washboard, with uninterrupted horizontal rows of windows protruding slightly outward from two of the building's four sides03.0614 (187)32197642°21′08.55″N 71°03′14.82″W / 42.3523750°N 71.0541167°W / 42.3523750; -71.0541167 (Federal Reserve Bank Building)
04.04One Boston PlaceGround-level view of a 40-story skyscraper with a black, X-braced facade; the building has a major setback near the 35th-floor04.0601 (183)41197042°21′31″N 71°03′30″W / 42.35853°N 71.05838°W / 42.35853; -71.05838 (One Boston Place)
05.05One International PlaceAerial view of two skyscrapers; both have circular footprints and light red facades. The shorter of the two buildings, in the foreground, is topped by a pyramid-like cap, while the taller building has a flat roof.05.0600 (183)46198742°21′20.8″N 71°03′07.5″W / 42.355778°N 71.052083°W / 42.355778; -71.052083 (One International Place)
  • Tallest building in Boston constructed in the 1980s[20][21][22]
06.06100 Federal StreetGround-level view of the First National Bank Building06.0591 (180)37197142°21′18″N 71°03′22″W / 42.35498°N 71.05623°W / 42.35498; -71.05623 (First National Bank Building)
07.07One Financial CenterGround-level view of a 45-story building with a trapezoidal footprint, a white facade and black windows07.0590 (180)46198342°21′08.6″N 71°03′23.0″W / 42.352389°N 71.056389°W / 42.352389; -71.056389 (One Financial Center)[26][27][28]
08.08111 Huntington AvenueAngled aerial view of an all-glass building capped with a white, open-air dome08.0554 (169)36200242°20′48.38″N 71°04′52.86″W / 42.3467722°N 71.0813500°W / 42.3467722; -71.0813500 (111 Huntington Avenue)
09.09Two International PlaceAerial view of a round building with a light-red facade, topped with a pyramid-like cap; in the foreground is a shorter building with an all-glass facade09.0538 (164)35199242°21′23″N 71°03′06″W / 42.356492°N 71.051757°W / 42.356492; -71.051757 (Two International Place)
  • Tallest building in the city completed in the 1990s[32][33][34]
10.010One Post Office SquareGround-level view of a 40-story skyscraper with a tan facade; minor setbacks are visible around the tower's 30th floor10.0525 (160)40198142°21′25″N 71°03′19″W / 42.356827°N 71.055400°W / 42.356827; -71.055400 (One Post Office Square)[35][36][37]
11.011One Federal StreetGround-level view of a 38-story rectangular skyscraper with a tan facade and dark bluish windows11.0520 (159)38197542°21′24″N 71°03′25″W / 42.356564°N 71.056963°W / 42.356564; -71.056963 (One Federal Street)
12.012Exchange PlaceGround-level view of a 40-story skyscraper with an all-glass facade and several setbacks. In the facade is a reflection of a dark brown building with lighter windows, and near the bottom of the skyscraper is a small white building with dark windows12.0510 (156)40198442°21′30″N 71°03′23″W / 42.35832°N 71.05645°W / 42.35832; -71.05645 (Exchange Place)[41][42][43]
13.01360 State StreetAerial view of a 40-story skyscraper with a tan facade and dark windows; a major setback is visible near the building's roofline, at roughly the 35th floor13.0509 (155)38197742°21′33″N 71°03′23″W / 42.35903°N 71.05646°W / 42.35903; -71.05646 (60 State Street)[44][45]
14.014One Beacon StreetGround-level view of a rectangular skyscraper with a dark brown facade and prominent black windows14.0505 (154)37197142°21′30″N 71°03′39″W / 42.35844°N 71.06083°W / 42.35844; -71.06083 (One Beacon Street)[46][47][48]
15.015One Lincoln StreetFround-level view of an ornate building with alternating concrete and blue-tinted glass facades. Near the building's roofline, a sign with the words "STATE STREET" is visible. Capping the building is a crown-like structure composed of blue glass and white spires.15.0503 (153)36200342°21′09″N 71°03′29″W / 42.35254°N 71.05809°W / 42.35254; -71.05809 (One Lincoln Street)[49][50][51]
16.01628 State StreetGround-level view of a 40-story building with a white, concrete facade and dark windows; near the building's roofline, a prominent setback is visible16.0500 (152)40197042°21′34″N 71°03′27″W / 42.35933°N 71.05747°W / 42.35933; -71.05747 (28 State Street)[52][53][54]
17.017Custom House TowerAngled, ground-level view of white limestone tower. Near the building's pyramidal-cap, a large, 4-faced clock is visible17.0496 (151)32191542°21′32.65″N 71°03′12.13″W / 42.3590694°N 71.0533694°W / 42.3590694; -71.0533694 (Custom House Tower)
  • Tallest all-hotel building in Boston
  • Tallest building in the city constructed in the 1910s[55][56][57]
18.018Berkeley BuildingGround-level view of an Art Deco-style skyscraper with a tan facade; the building is adorned with a thick, gray spire. In the foreground, two flags are visible.18.0495 (151)26194742°20′59.78″N 71°04′21.55″W / 42.3499389°N 71.0726528°W / 42.3499389; -71.0726528 (Berkeley Building)
  • Also known as the Old John Hancock Building
  • Tallest building in Boston constructed in the 1940s[58][59][60]
19.019=33 Arch StreetGround-level view of a modern, 33-story skyscraper with a curved front and glass facade reflecting the blue of the sky19.0477 (145)33200442°21′21″N 71°03′28″W / 42.35596°N 71.05790°W / 42.35596; -71.05790 (33 Arch Street)
19.019=State Street Bank BuildingGround-level view of a rectangular building with a dark gray facade and clear windows19.0477 (145)33196642°21′22″N 71°03′15″W / 42.35622°N 71.05418°W / 42.35622; -71.05418 (State Street Bank Building)
21.021Millennium Place Tower IGround-level view of a modern, 40-story skyscraper with a gray-tinted, all-glass facade21.0475 (145)38200142°21′11″N 71°03′47″W / 42.35302°N 71.06294°W / 42.35302; -71.06294 (Millennium Place Tower I)
22.022125 High StreetGround-level view of a complex of skyscrapers; the tallest building is on the left, with a light tan facade and a green-gray trapezoidal cap.22.0452 (138)30199142°21′19″N 71°03′12″W / 42.35532°N 71.05326°W / 42.35532; -71.05326 (125 High Street)[70][71][72]
23.023100 Summer StreetGround-level view of a building with an all-glass, black-tinted facade; three setbacks are visible.23.0450 (137)32197442°21′14″N 71°03′27″W / 42.35383°N 71.05745°W / 42.35383; -71.05745 (100 Summer Street)[73][74][75]
24.024Millennium Place Tower IIGround-level view of a modern skyscraper with a gray-tinted, all-glass facade24.0446 (136)36200142°21′11″N 71°03′47″W / 42.35302°N 71.06294°W / 42.35302; -71.06294 (Millennium Place Tower II)[76][77][78]
25.025McCormack BuildingGround-level view of a 20-story building with prominent black windows and a white, concrete facade25.0401 (122)22197542°21′34″N 71°03′44″W / 42.359527°N 71.062333°W / 42.359527; -71.062333 (McCormack Building)[79][80][81]
26.026=Keystone BuildingGround-level view of a building with rounded corners, a grooved, white facade and dark black windows26.0400 (122)32197142°21′15″N 71°03′16″W / 42.35415°N 71.05443°W / 42.35415; -71.05443 (Keystone Building)[82][83][84]
26.026=Harbor Towers IDistant view of two waterfront skyscrapers; both have Brutalist-style architecture, with concrete facades. Though very similar in appearance, the building on the right is taller and thinner. Several anchored sailboats are visible in the foreground.26.0400 (122)40197142°21′28.64″N 71°02′59.89″W / 42.3579556°N 71.0499694°W / 42.3579556; -71.0499694 (Harbor Towers I)[85][86][87]
Boston skyline from World's End in Hingham, Massachusetts

Tallest buildings by pinnacle height[edit]

This list ranks Boston skyscrapers based on their pinnacle height, which includes radio masts and antennas. As architectural features and spires can be regarded as subjective, some skyscraper enthusiasts prefer this method of measurement. Standard architectural height measurement, which excludes antennas in building height, is included for comparative purposes.

RankNamePinnacle height
ft (m)
Standard height
ft (m)
1Prudential Tower907 (276)749 (228)[3]
2Hancock Place790 (241)790 (241)[11]
3One Financial Center683 (208)590 (180)[26]
4One Beacon Street623 (190)505 (154)[46]
5Federal Reserve Bank Building614 (187)614 (187)[15]
6One Boston Place601 (183)601 (183)[17]
7One International Place600 (183)600 (183)[21]
8First National Bank Building591 (180)591 (180)[23]
9111 Huntington Avenue554 (169)554 (169)[29]
10Two International Place538 (164)538 (164)[32]

Under construction[edit]

This lists skyscrapers that are under construction in Boston and planned to be at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, but are not yet completed structures.

ft (m)
Millennium Tower685 (209)55+2016Under constructionWhen completed, the project will feature 600 residential units plus 218,000 square feet of office space and as much as 231,000 square feet of retail. The developer will preserve the historic Burnham Building, once home to the department store Filene's.[88][89]
Avalon North Station415 (127)372015Under construction[90][91]

Tallest approved or proposed[edit]

This lists skyscrapers that are approved or proposed in Boston and planned to be at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, but are not yet completed structures.

ft (m)
South Bay Tower800 (244)67Stale ProposalAlso known as the Gateway Center[92][93][94]
111 Federal Street740 (226)Proposed[95]
Christian Science Center- Belvidere/ Dalton699 (213)582017Approved[96][97]
Harbor Square Tower 1600 (182.88)--Proposed[98]
North Station/Boston Garden Development600 (183)Approved[99][100]
Copley Place Tower596 (182)52ApprovedProject revised June 2013.[101]
Harbor Square Tower 2550 (167.64)--Proposed[102]
Congress Street Redevelopment- West Parcel Building 252847Approved[103][104] [105]
Congress Street Redevelopment- West Parcel Building 1470 (143)42Approved[103][104][105]
Garden Garage46546Proposed[106]
40 Trinity Place400 (121.92)33Approved[107]
Parcel 15 Tower400 (121.92)--Proposed[108]

* Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding building dates of completion has not yet been released.

On hold[edit]

This lists skyscrapers that have been approved in Boston but were put on hold and planned to be at least 400 feet (122 m) tall, but are not yet completed structures.

ft (m)
South Station Tower621 (189)41On HoldConstruction was scheduled to begin 2007, but has not commenced; now considered a stale proposal.[10][109]

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

For most of Boston's earlier years, the tallest buildings in the city were churches with their steeples. The first skyscraper in the city is generally considered the Ames Building, completed in 1893.[5] However, since the 13-story building did not surpass the steeple of the Church of the Covenant,[110] it never became a city record holder. The first skyscraper to have the distinction of being Boston's tallest building was the Custom House Tower, completed in 1915.[56]

NameImageStreet addressYears as tallestHeight
ft (m)
Old State HouseGround-level view of a 3-story, colonial-era brick building with a prominent white tower on one end; several glass skyscrapers are visible in the distance.206 Washington Street1713–174508.065 (20)342°21′31.57″N 71°03′28.1″W / 42.3587694°N 71.057806°W / 42.3587694; -71.057806 (Old State House)[111]
Old North ChurchBlack-and-white etching of a colonial-era church, viewed from a distance; the church is topped with a very tall steeple193 Salem Street1745–181008.0175 (53)142°21′58.78″N 71°03′16.04″W / 42.3663278°N 71.0544556°W / 42.3663278; -71.0544556 (Old North Church)[112]
Park Street ChurchGround level view of a brick church with a prominent white steeple; a grassy park is visible in the foreground, and a rectangular skyscraper with a tan facade and black windows is in the distance1 Park Street1810–186707.0217 (66)142°21′25″N 71°03′44″W / 42.356911°N 71.062151°W / 42.356911; -71.062151 (Park Street Church)[113]
Church of the CovenantGround-level view of a Gothic-style cathedral with a prominent, ornate steeple on one end67 Newbury Street1867–191506.0236 (72)142°21′07.00″N 71°4′26.00″W / 42.3519444°N 71.0738889°W / 42.3519444; -71.0738889 (Church of the Covenant)[110]
Custom House TowerDistant, ground-level view of white limestone tower. The building is topped with a pyramidal-cap, and a large, 4-faced clock is visible just below the main roofline3 McKinley Square1915–196405.0496 (151)3242°21′32.65″N 71°03′12.13″W / 42.3590694°N 71.0533694°W / 42.3590694; -71.0533694 (Custom House Tower)[55]
Prudential TowerDistant ground-level view of a tall, gray rectangular tower with a steel latticework facade and a tall antenna mast on its roof800 Boylston Street1964–197604.0749 (228)5242°20′49.78″N 71°04′57.08″W / 42.3471611°N 71.0825222°W / 42.3471611; -71.0825222 (Prudential Tower)[3]
Hancock PlaceAngled, ground-level view of a broad, 60-story building with a blue-tinted, all-glass facade200 Clarendon Street1976–present03.0790 (241)6042°20′57.4″N 71°04′29.2″W / 42.349278°N 71.074778°W / 42.349278; -71.074778 (John Hancock Tower)[11]


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