Indian cities with the most high-rise buildings


Mumbai – Source: hindustantimes.com

Listed below are the 20 cities in India with the most high-rise buildings as defined by emporis.com. If the city is a suburb, the core city is listed next to it in parenthesis. Also shown in parenthesis at the end of each row are the number of high-rise buildings in each city that are considered to be skyscrapers by emporis.com.

  1. Mumbai = 2,789 (321)
  2. Guragon (Delhi) = 1,785 (15)
  3. Greater Noida (Delhi) = 1,115 (5)
  4. Navi Mumbai (Mumbai) = 1,077 (14)
  5. Noida (Delhi) = 1,019 (34)
  6. Pune = 905 (2)
  7. Thane (Mumbai) = 654 (6)
  8. Kolkata = 597 (21)
  9. Ghaziabad (Delhi) = 525 (0)
  10. Bangalore = 490 (7)
  11. Surat = 401 (0)
  12. Faridabad (Delhi)= 276 (0)
  13. Hyderabad = 201 (9)
  14. Chennai = 181 (1)
  15. Sonipat (Delhi) = 100 (0)
  16. Kochi = 95 (95)
  17. New Delhi (Delhi) = 77/1
  18. Dharuhera (Delhi) = 62 (1)
  19. Mangalore = 61 (1)
  20. Dombiuli (Mumbai) = 35 (0)
  21. Lucknow = 35 (1)

Sources: emporis.com and wikipedia.org

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2 Responses to Indian cities with the most high-rise buildings

  1. Arjun P Bhaskar says:

    Where is Kochi ? I am sure it will be in the top 10 itself , because it consists a hell lot of highrises !!

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    • problogic says:

      Very good question. The list was derived from data published by emporis.com. Why Kochi is not included is unclear, but you are correct as the many high rises there. Will update with other resources.

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