Photos of California’s 5 tallest buildings left to right; right photo- tallest building in the world in Dubai
California doesn’t have the tallest buildings in the world and it doesn’t even have the tallest buildings in the U.S. Three tall buildings were launched in San Francisco and Los Angeles recently with shorter heights than the tallest buildings in California, yet more floors–up to 18 more floors using less space! Read more about California’s tall buildings.
TALLEST BUILDINGS IN CALIFORNIA
1 U.S. Bank Tower 1,018 feet, 73 floors Built in 1989 in Los Angeles
2 Aon Center 858 feet, 62 floors Built in 1973 in Los Angeles
3 Transamerica Pyramid 853 feet, 48 floors Built in 1972 in San Francisco
4 Bank of America Tower 779 feet, 52 floors Built in 1969 in San Francisco
5 Two California Plaza 750 feet, 54 floors Built in 1992 in Los Angeles
TALLEST BUILDING IN THE WORLD
Burj Khalifa 2,722.57 feet, 163 floors plus 46 maintenance levels in the spire and 2 parking levels in the basement. Built in 201o in United Arab Emirates – Dubai at a cost of $1.5 billion. It was designed by a U.S. architectural firm.