Retrieved July 18, 2017. A b c "Hong Kong Shanghai Bank". Bank of China Tower (abbreviated BOC Tower located at 1 Garden Road, in Central. 6, seven of the ten tallest buildings in Texas are located in Houston. Lohas Park Phase 1 The Capitol Tower 2 210 (689) 61 Residential.41N 1141617.78E /.2956694N 114.2716056E /.2956694; 114.2716056 (lohas Park Phase 1 The Capitol Tower 2) The left side of this building is known as Lucerne Tower. El Paso Energy Building, completed in 1962. "New York City (completed / under construction / topped out 150m. One Exchange Square 188 (617) 221700.00N 1140930.51E /.2833333N 114.1584750E /.2833333; 114.1584750 (One Exchange Square) 216 Two Exchange Square 188 (617) 221701.86N 1140930.18E /.2838500N 114.1583833E /.2838500; 114.1583833 (Two Exchange Square) 217 Oxford House Time Warner 188 (617) 221712.58N. It was the tallest building outside of the United States from 1990 to 1992, and was the first building outside of the United States to pass the 305 m (1,001 ft) mark. Original Nina Tower Proposal 518 (1,699) 108 The original proposal for Nina Tower was planned to be the world's tallest building in 1994. "Nina Tower 1 2". Name Height m (ft) Floors* Notes Bionic Tower 1,128 (3,701) F 300 A visionary proposal for a vertical city housing at least 100,000 people. A b "The Center". Tallest under construction or proposed edit This list ranks under construction, topped-out and planned buildings that are expected to stand at least 180 metres (591 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. Furthermore, reflective of the city's high population densities, Hong Kong has more inhabitants living at the 15th floor or higher, and more buildings of at least 100 m (328 ft) and 150 m (492 ft) height, than any other city in the world. "Four Leaf Towers 1". A b c "Hopewell Centre". 1 The figure of 316 counts only buildings with known height figures greater than 150 m (492 ft). Originally constructed at a height of 651 feet (198 m the building's height was extended in 1996. However, beginning in the 1970s, Hong Kong experienced a general trend of high-rise building construction that has continued to the present. A b "Central Plaza". The Summit 220 (721) 65 Residential.90N 1141101.00E /.2655278N 114.1836111E /.2655278; 114.1836111 (The Summit) Locally referred to as "The Chopsticks" due to an extremely slender profile. As an example, one residential tower has a top floor labelled "88 but contains only 42 actual floors. The second boom saw the completion of the International Commerce Centre, Two International Finance Centre, Nina Tower I, and One Island East.