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Tampa may not have the tallest buildings in the country, but the city sure is growing. With many companies headquartered in the area and more people moving every day, the buildings are bound to keep popping up. Here are the tallest buildings in Tampa Bay

New Buildings Coming To Tampa Bay By 2026

By the end of 2026, the Tampa and St. Pete skyline could look a lot different. With 5 new buildings under construction right now, the process has already begun to add to the growing Tampa skyline.

In downtown St. Pete, The Residences at 400 Central, a 46-story tower, is set to be finished in the first quarter of 2025 and will soon make it not only one of the tallest buildings in Tampa Bay but also Florida’s West Coast. It will have luxury units, a sky lounge, office spaces, retail, and more. We won’t be adding this building to the list until it is complete.

Up next, The Pendry Tampa is set to open its doors in 2026. This new tower will have 39 stories filled with 220 hotel rooms, and 207 condos, and have restaurants, cafes, and an ‘open-air pool + terrace’.

Another new addition to St. Pete is a 42-story condo building set to open its doors in late 2024. The Art House St. Pete is a luxury highrise with condos, a pool, a resident’s club, a dog park, a spa, and a fitness center from the developers of ONE and Saltaire in St. Petersburg.

Related: Massive Five-Story Food Hall Coming To Downtown St. Pete

Tampa also welcomed in the Tower 1 of the new Ritz Carlton Residences, Tampa earlier in 2024 with Tower 2 starting construction last year. The Rtiz Carlton Residences, Tampa, includes condos, villas, a tennis court, spa, pool, and restaurants.

Now, let’s take a look at the buildings that are currently standing in Tampa Bay.

Here Are The Tallest Buildings In Tampa In 2024

  • Rivergate Tower

    The 7th tallest building in Tampa, Rivergate Tower, stands 454 feet tall with 32 floors. It was built in 1988 and also goes by the name Nationsbank Plaza, NCNB Plaza, and 400 North Ashley Plaza.

  • Park Tower

    Recently renovated in 2019, the Park Tower in Tampa was downtown Tampa’s first high-rise office building and stands 460 feet tall making it the 6th tallest building in Tampa. It has 36 stories and has recently been recognized as a landmark since it was originally built in 1973.

  • Element Tampa

    The Element Tampa clocks in at 460 feet tall making it the the 5th tallest building in Tampa. It was built in 2009 and has 34 floors for residential condos.

  • Suntrust Financial Center / Truist

    The Suntrust Financial Center / Truist Building is the 4th tallest building in Tampa with a height of 525 feet tall. It cost a whopping $1.8 billion to develop and is ranked among the top 25 most expensive buildings in the U.S.

  • One Tampa City Center

    One Tampa City Center stands 537 feet tall making it the third tallest building in Tampa. It has 39 floors and was built in 1981.

  • Bank of America's Financial Center

    Bank of America’s FInancial Center (Tampa) comes in at 577 feet tall making it the 2nd tallest building in Tampa. It has 42 floors and was built in 1986.

  • 100 North Tampa

    100 North Tampa claims the #1 spot for the tallest buildings in Tampa coming in at 579 feet tall with 42 floors. Their lobby is currently being renovated with new conference rooms and a new fitness center.

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