About

Member Since: 2017

Member Offices: Sydney

Website: https://www.brookfieldproperties.com/

Brookfield Properties is a leading owner, operator and developer of office and multifamily assets.

Our signature office properties define the skylines of dynamic cities around the world, including gateway cities such as New York, London, Berlin, Toronto, and Sydney.

Our multifamily business owns, develops, renovates and manages approximately 40,000 high quality rental apartment buildings in supply constrained markets of major cities such as New York and London, as well as high growth markets in the suburban U.S.

Fields of Expertise

Developer; Owner (Buildings, Land); Project Management

Buildings

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

New York Times Tower

318.8 m / 1,046 ft

2

One Manhattan West

303.6 m / 996 ft

3

First Canadian Place

298.1 m / 978 ft

4

Two Manhattan West

285 m / 935 ft

5

ICD Brookfield Place

279.1 m / 916 ft

6

5 World Trade Center

274.3 m / 900 ft

7

Eight Spruce Street

265.2 m / 870 ft

8

Water Tower Place

261.9 m / 859 ft

9

Brookfield Place

260.9 m / 856 ft

10

Brookfield Place Tower One

247 m / 810 ft

Awards

Brookfield Place Sydney

Award of Excellence: Brookfield Place Sydney

Best Tall Office Building 2022

Ctbuh Leaders

Diana Zakem

Diana Zakem

CTBUH New York City Chapter, 2021 – Present

New York City

Building Completions Timeline

Videos

12 April 2018

Five Minutes With: Ken Shuttleworth

Ken Shuttleworth, founding partner at Make, sat down with CTBUH to discuss Make's growing office in Sydney and the firm's role in the rapidly transforming...

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Research

22 August 2022

The World’s Highest Pools: A Deep Dive

Tall building design has diversified and adapted to accommodate increased demand for distinctive amenities at a range of heights. Swimming pools are a classic feature...

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Global News

28 July 2022

Enbridge Tower to Convert into Rental Apartments in Edmonton

The former Enbridge Tower originally with plans for a new hotel in Downtown Edmonton was traded for apartments. Lighthouse Hospitality Management planned on converting the...

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Associated companies

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

New York Times Tower

New York City

319 m

1,046 ft

2

One Manhattan West

New York City

304 m

996 ft

3

First Canadian Place

Toronto

298 m

978 ft

4

Two Manhattan West

New York City

285 m

935 ft

5

ICD Brookfield Place

Dubai

279 m

916 ft

6

5 World Trade Center

New York City

274 m

900 ft

7

Eight Spruce Street

New York City

265 m

870 ft

8

Water Tower Place

Chicago

262 m

859 ft

9

Brookfield Place

Toronto

261 m

856 ft

10

Brookfield Place Tower One

Calgary

247 m

810 ft

11

Brookfield Place

Perth

234 m

769 ft

12

Heritage Plaza

Houston

232 m

762 ft

13

Gas Company Tower

Los Angeles

228 m

749 ft

14

One Liberty Plaza

New York City

227 m

743 ft

15

Three World Financial Center

New York City

225 m

739 ft

16

Bank of America Plaza

Los Angeles

224 m

735 ft

17

Bourke Place

Melbourne

224 m

735 ft

18

1600 Smith Street

Houston

223 m

732 ft

19

3 Manhattan West

New York City

223 m

730 ft

20

Ernst & Young Tower at Latitude

Sydney

222 m

728 ft

21

Fulbright Tower

Houston

221 m

725 ft

22

Perth+ West Tower

Perth

220 m

722 ft

23

Figueroa at Wilshire

Los Angeles

219 m

717 ft

24

Republic Plaza

Denver

218 m

714 ft

25

1801 California Plaza

Denver

216 m

709 ft

26

Suncor Energy Centre I

Calgary

215 m

706 ft

27

Bay-Adelaide Centre

Toronto

215 m

704 ft

28

BankWest Tower

Perth

214 m

702 ft

29

Beaudry

Los Angeles

212 m

694 ft

30

1400 Smith Street

Houston

211 m

691 ft

31

Three Allen Center

Houston

209 m

685 ft

32

Bay-Wellington Tower

Toronto

207 m

679 ft

33

33 South 6th Street

Minneapolis

204 m

668 ft

34

245 Park Avenue

New York City

198 m

648 ft

35

Bankers Hall East Tower

Calgary

197 m

646 ft

35

Bankers Hall West Tower

Calgary

197 m

646 ft

37

Two World Financial Center

New York City

197 m

645 ft

38

Bay Adelaide Centre East Tower

Toronto

196 m

643 ft

39

1 New York Plaza

New York City

195 m

640 ft

40

Grace Plaza

New York City

192 m

630 ft

41

Cockle Bay Tower

Sydney

183 m

600 ft

42

Brookfield Place Tower Two

Calgary

178 m

584 ft

43

One World Financial Center

New York City

176 m

577 ft

44

East River Plaza West Tower

New York City

175 m

575 ft

45

300 Madison Avenue

New York City

175 m

575 ft

46

405 Bourke Street

Melbourne

173 m

568 ft

47

100 Bishopsgate

London

172 m

563 ft

48

KBR Tower

Houston

168 m

550 ft

49

1 Leadenhall

London

165 m

542 ft

50

RBC Plaza

Minneapolis

164 m

539 ft

51

SX Stage 1

Melbourne

163 m

535 ft

52

Ernst & Young Plaza

Los Angeles

163 m

534 ft

53

Brooklyn Crossing

New York City

162 m

532 ft

54

Principal Tower

London

161 m

529 ft

55

Mercantile Building

Dallas

159 m

523 ft

56

Devon Energy Center

Houston

159 m

521 ft

57

Total Plaza

Houston

158 m

518 ft

58

East River Plaza North Tower

New York City

157 m

515 ft

59

B4 Tower

New York City

156 m

511 ft

60

Exchange Place

Boston

156 m

510 ft

61

Four World Financial Center

New York City

152 m

500 ft

62

Strata

London

148 m

485 ft

63

Chase Tower

Phoenix

147 m

483 ft

64

Exchange Tower

Toronto

146 m

479 ft

65

Hilton Times Square

New York City

145 m

475 ft

66

12 Metrotech Center

New York City

144 m

473 ft

67

5M Development - N1 Tower

San Francisco

143 m

470 ft

68

Royal Centre

Vancouver

141 m

463 ft

69

Scotiabank North Tower

Toronto

140 m

460 ft

70

East River Plaza South Tower

New York City

139 m

455 ft

71

One Allen Center

Houston

138 m

452 ft

72

Greenpoint Landing Block D1

New York City

137 m

450 ft

73

Two Blue Slip

New York City

134 m

440 ft

74

Two Bloor East

Toronto

134 m

440 ft

75

Brookfield Place Sydney

Sydney

133 m

437 ft

76

Fifth Avenue Place East Tower

Calgary

133 m

436 ft

76

Fifth Avenue Place West Tower

Calgary

133 m

436 ft

78

Chevron Tower

Perth

133 m

436 ft

79

415 Natoma Street

San Francisco

133 m

435 ft

80

4 Metrotech Center

New York City

131 m

429 ft

81

Suncor Energy Centre II

Calgary

130 m

427 ft

82

Marriott Hotel/Plaza Two Apartments

Toronto

127 m

415 ft

83

The Place at Fifth + Broadway

Nashville

127 m

415 ft

84

Brooklyn Commons - 351 Jay Street

New York City

125 m

412 ft

85

Bank of America Plaza

Fort Lauderdale

124 m

408 ft

86

DKLB BKLN

New York City

124 m

405 ft

87

One Pierrepont Plaza

New York City

122 m

400 ft

88

75 State Street

Boston

119 m

390 ft

89

VYV

Jersey City

119 m

389 ft

90

The Drake

Philadelphia

114 m

375 ft

91

501 Commerce

Nashville

113 m

371 ft

92

One Bell Slip

New York City

113 m

369 ft

93

Place de Ville III

Ottawa

112 m

367 ft

94

461 Dean

New York City

109 m

359 ft

95

Denver Energy Center Tower II

Denver

109 m

357 ft

96

2 Queen Street East

Toronto

106 m

347 ft

97

Royal Bank Building

Calgary

105 m

344 ft

98

HYLO

London

105 m

344 ft

99

99 Bishopsgate

London

104 m

341 ft

100

Greenpoint Landing Block D2

New York City

104 m

341 ft

101

37 Blue Slip

New York City

104 m

340 ft

102

125 Old Broad Street

London

103 m

339 ft

103

Denver Energy Center Tower I

Denver

102 m

335 ft

104

Brooklyn Commons - 115 Myrtle Avenue

New York City

99 m

325 ft

105

The Peak

Edmonton

99 m

325 ft

106

Landmark Square

Long Beach

95 m

312 ft

107

Lever House

New York City

94 m

307 ft

108

Ala Moana Building

Honolulu

91 m

300 ft

109

Perth+ East Tower

Perth

87 m

284 ft

110

Pendry Manhattan West

New York City

86 m

281 ft

111

Commonwealth Centre

Parramatta

85 m

279 ft

112

615 Dean Street

New York City

85 m

278 ft

113

949 South Hope Street

Los Angeles

84 m

274 ft

114

Brookfield Place Tower 2

Perth

83 m

272 ft

115

Macy's at State Street

Chicago

83 m

272 ft

116

Five Manhattan West

New York City

80 m

262 ft

117

Cosmo 2

Toronto

75 m

246 ft

118

Panache Condominiums

Toronto

72 m

236 ft

119

70 York Street

Toronto

72 m

235 ft

120

The Grand

Montgomery County, MD (Unincorporated)

70 m

228 ft

121

Graduate Hotel

New York City

69 m

226 ft

122

Neuhaus Tower

McAllen

68 m

223 ft

123

The George

San Francisco

67 m

220 ft

124

38 Sixth Avenue

New York City

67 m

218 ft

125

550 Vanderbilt Avenue

New York City

62 m

202 ft

126

5M Development - N2 Tower

San Francisco

59 m

195 ft

127

535 Carlton Avenue

New York City

59 m

193 ft

128

One Franklin Town Apartments

Philadelphia

57 m

187 ft

129

Fontana Tower 1

Markham

55 m

180 ft

129

Fontana Tower 2

Markham

55 m

180 ft

131

The Element

Dallas

54 m

176 ft

132

5 Allen Center

Houston

- m

- ft

133

Mandarin Oriental Residences Fifth Avenue

New York City

- m

- ft

134

Plank Road

New York City

- m

- ft

135

2401 Third Avenue Tower 1

New York City

- m

- ft

135

2401 Third Avenue Tower 2

New York City

- m

- ft

137

101 Lincoln Avenue Tower 1

New York City

- m

- ft

137

101 Lincoln Avenue Tower 2

New York City

- m

- ft

137

101 Lincoln Avenue Tower 3

New York City

- m

- ft

140

101 Lincoln Avenue Tower 4

New York City

- m

- ft

141

16 A Portside East

Brisbane

- m

- ft

141

17 Wharf Street

Brisbane

- m

- ft

143

2401 Third Avenue Tower 3

New York City

- m

- ft

143

Tower 16B Portside East

Brisbane

- m

- ft

145

The Menzies

Sydney

- m

- ft

Statistics

Average Building Age*

28 Years

Most Common Function*

Office (85%)

Most Common Material*

Steel (50%)

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database

Based on 54 buildings over 150 m height with a function
 
Based on 48 buildings over 150 m height with a material
 

Building Completions Timeline

Building Map

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

Designated Experts

Ctbuh Leaders At Brookfield Properties Australia Pty Ltd.

CTBUH New York City Chapter, 2021 – Present

Diana Zakem

12 April 2018 | Sydney

Five Minutes With: Ken Shuttleworth

Ken Shuttleworth, founding partner at Make, sat down with CTBUH to discuss Make's growing office in Sydney and the firm's role in the rapidly transforming...

30 October 2017 | Sydney

London and Sydney: Public Space as a Connector

Two projects, in Sydney and London respectively, are currently being designed and delivered for Brookfield. These schemes address different infrastructure challenges and community needs, but...

30 October 2017 | Sydney

Wynyard Place

As the global urban population continues to grow apace, so too does the need to address questions over density, affordability, and sustainability in the urban...

30 October 2017 | Sydney

The Role of Design Competitions in Shaping Sydney's Public Realm

Tall buildings often take more than they give back, frequently exacerbating local environmental conditions, overshadowing streets and public spaces, creating wind tunnels, and impacting the...

30 October 2017 | Sydney

Interview: Ken Shuttleworth

Ken Shuttleworth of Make is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.

30 October 2017 | Sydney

CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference - Session 3B Panel Discussion: Connecting the City: A Global Perspective

Carl Schibrowski, Head of Development - Australia, Brookfield Properties; Earle Arney, Founder, Arney Fender Katsalidis; Ian Lomas, Partner, Make; and Joshua Ramus, Founding Principal, REX...

29 October 2017 | Sydney

Interview: Carl Schibrowski

Carl Schibrowski of Brookfield Property Partners Australia is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.

26 October 2015 | New York City

The Fifth Façade: Designing Nature into the City

New York’s most iconic buildings, the early 20th-Century high rises, were designed as aspirational symbols of urban life with carefully sculpted forms that mediate between...

26 October 2015 | New York City

Interview: Ric Clark

Ric Clark of Brookfield Property Group is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2015 CTBUH New York Conference at the Grand Hyatt New York. Ric...

26 October 2015 | New York City

Developing Tall in the New York Context

Gary Barnett, Extell Development Corporation; Ric Clark, Brookfield Properties; Joseph Moinian, Moinian Group; and Larry Silverstein, Silverstein Properties, discuss development in New York City and...

22 August 2022

The World’s Highest Pools: A Deep Dive

S. Isaac Work & Shawn Ursini, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Tall building design has diversified and adapted to accommodate increased demand for distinctive amenities at a range of heights. Swimming pools are a classic feature...

22 August 2022

Livable Density: The Hybrid Office Building

James von Klemperer & Andrew Cleary, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

The recently completed One Vanderbilt Avenue tower has become the standard bearer for one of New York City’s most ambitious zoning initiatives of the past...

15 August 2022

Measuring the Economic Premium for Height

Grant Mosey & Brian Deal, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

In this study, the authors examine the sale and rent prices for units in the 10 tallest for-sale and for-rent residential buildings in Chicago. Statistical...

25 June 2020

Curtain Wall Façades on the New Generation of Supertall Buildings Present and Future Directions

Sae Hwang Oh, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Beginning in the late 19th century, construction of skyscrapers spread throughout Chicago, New York City, and then the world as demand of space in buildings...

12 December 2019

Interactive Study on Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2019

CTBUH Research

The year 2019 was remarkable for the tall building industry, with 26 supertall buildings (300 meters or taller) completed, the most in any year. This...

20 October 2018

Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism

CTBUH 2018 Conference Speakers

As we approach the new normality of cities housing 10 million or more inhabitants, those best positioned for the future are evolving along polycentric, multi-nodal...

28 July 2018

Out of Thin Air: The Potential for High-Rise Housing Over Rail Lines

Bill Price, WSP

Cities are facing a crisis in providing housing and managing population growth. The author’s team has identified sufficient land associated with railway infrastructure to yield...

05 February 2018

Reconstruction as Research: Digital Modeling of Key Postwar Skyscrapers

Saranya Panchaseelan, Shawn Barron & Thomas Leslie, Iowa State University; Paolo Orlando, substance architecture

The 2016 CTBUH Student Research Funding Program, kindly sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories, allowed researchers to use digital reconstructions from extant drawings and publications to research...

30 October 2017

The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm

Helen Lochhead & Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales

Since 2000, through the City of Sydney’s Competitive Design Policy (CDP), the quality of major projects in the city has been improved significantly, mediating the...

30 October 2017

Connecting the City: People, Density & Infrastructure

CTBUH 2017 Conference Speakers

The future of humanity on this planet relies on the collective benefits of urban density; reducing both land consumption and the energy needed to construct...

11 July 2022

NYC Tower Completion Date Updates and New Tenants

The 58-story commercial tower developed by Brookfield Properties is slated for completion in 2023 and recently confirmed that the international law firm Clifford Chance has...

27 January 2022

Midtown Skyscraper Tops Out in New York City

Two Manhattan West, a 58-story commercial tower, has officially topped out in Midtown West. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the 935-foot-tall (285-meter-tall) 2-million-square-foot (185,806...

08 November 2021

Proposed World Trade Center Residential Supertall Caught in Battle Over Affordable Housing

A proposed residential supertall at Site 5 of the World Trade Center in New York City would include 300 below-market value units, as well as...

20 October 2021

Melbourne's 405 Bourke Street Project Completes

The Melbourne project, 405 Bourke Street, has just completed. Multiplex, the project’s main contractor, topped out the building about 12 months ago. At the time,...

18 February 2021

Port Authority Taps Developers for Another World Trade Center Building in New York City

One of the final undeveloped World Trade Center parcels will give rise to a residential skyscraper with more than 1,300 apartments.The Port Authority of New...

12 November 2020

Melbourne CBD Tower Tops Out

Canadian asset management giant Brookfield Properties has topped out its 405 Bourke Street development in central Melbourne on schedule despite a limited workforce on site...

23 September 2020

Dubai Commercial Property Opens to the Public

ICD Brookfield Place opened its doors to the public and its first wave of tenants the week of 21 September, 2020. The 54-story, 1.1 million...

27 June 2019

Construction of 438-Condo Skyscraper Approved in Los Angeles

The Los Angeles City Council’s planning and land use management committee voted Tuesday, 25 June to approve plans for a 41-story tower at Figueroa and...

15 May 2019

A Consortium of Developers Wins Support for the Cockle Bay Revamp in Sydney

A joint proposal by a consortium of high-profile developers has won the support of an independent planning panel for the AUD$1 billion (US$690 million) redevelopment...

21 February 2019

Denver Skyscraper Projects Transform Skyline

Denver’s skyline reached rarely visited heights in 2018 when the 40-story 1144 Fifteenth office tower opened in March. Topping out at 183-meters (603-feet), it is...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Brookfield Properties

Brookfield Confirmed as Diamond Sponsor

20 June 2017

CTBUH is pleased to announce that Brookfield Properties has been confirmed as a Diamond Sponsor of the 2017 Conference.

CTBUH Executive Director Presents at Chapter Events in Australia

07–09 March 2017

Executive Director Antony Wood delivered two well attended lectures in Sydney and Melbourne, organized by the respective local CTBUH committees.

Executive Director Visits Sydney and Melbourne

06–10 March 2017

CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood traveled to Sydney and Melbourne to build support for the 2017 conference through meetings and lectures.

Future of Construction: Manufacturing Buildings

09 June 2016

The CTBUH New York Chapter in collaboration with the CTBUH Young Professionals Committee held the first of its lecture series, “Future of Construction.”

Aspect: Ratios

03 May 2016

The CTBUH NYC Young Professionals Committee welcomed over 150 design professionals for ASPECT:RATIOS, a seminar focusing on female perspectives in architecture.

60 Martin Place

09 March 2016

CTBUH New South Waleskicked off 2016 with it's first event to celebrate the design excellence of Investa Properties’ new tower at 60 Martin Place