Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
|1||West Tower||140 m / 459 ft|
|2||The Lexington||105 m / 344 ft|
|3||Royal Liver Building||98.2 m / 322 ft|
|4||Unity||86 m / 282 ft|
|5||Quarter Block 5||77 m / 253 ft|
|6||The Spine||61 m / 200 ft|
|7||One Park West Tower 1||56.1 m / 184 ft|
|8||The Copper House||55 m / 180 ft|
|9||One Park West Tower 2||50.3 m / 165 ft|
|10||Pall Mall Press||-|
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# of 150m+ buildings
|438||CIV • STRC • WIND • ENVE • PMNG • COST • FAC • FIRE • MEP • VERC|
12 June 2013
There are very few architects who have built tall buildings across numerous cities in the UK, and yet several cities outside London have enthusiastically embraced...
27 April 2012
Controversy has erupted over development proposals in London and Liverpool in the UK, which UNESCO says will damage views of World Heritage sites. Critics counter...
10 October 2023
The Liverpool City Council is preparing to implement a new policy regarding the design and placement of tall buildings in the city. A forthcoming report...