Tallest skyscrapers in North American suburbs

Skyline of San Pedro Garza García, Mexico – Source: commons.wikimedia.org

The following list identifies the tallest skyscrapers found in suburban cities of North America. The list only includes completed skyscrapers and ones that were confirmed to be under construction. Proposed towers are not included. Suburban cities with the most skyscrapers on the list are the following:

  • Jersey City, NJ and Paradise NV = 15 each
  • Burnaby, BC; Mississauga, ON; and Sunny Isles Beach, FL = 8 each
  • San Pedro Garza García, MX = 7
  • Vaughan, ON = 5
  • Winchester NV = 3

Burnaby, BC skyline – Source: depositphotos.com

The core urban centers whose suburbs have the most skyscrapers on this list are:

  • Las Vegas = 18
  • New York City = 15
  • Toronto and Vancouver = 13 each
  • Miami = 10

As can be seen from the complete list below, several of these suburbs have skyscrapers that are approaching supertall status (1,000 feet or greater in height). Given the pace of construction taking place in these suburbs, is should not be long before that happens. In fact, one is already proposed in San Pedro Garza García.

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  1. Torre KOI – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 916 feet, 65 floors

2. 99 Hudson Street – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 900 feet, 79 floors

3. M3 Tower – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 853 feet, 81 floor (2023)

4. 30 Hudson Street – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 781 feet, 42 floors

5. Hotel Safi Metro. – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 764 feet, 56 floors

6. Journal Square 2 – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 754 feet, 70 floors

7. Fontainebleau – Winchester (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 735 feet, 63 floors (2023)

8-9. tie – M4 Tower – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 705 feet, 67 floors (2024)

& Two Gilmore Place – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 705 feet, 64 floors (2025)

10. Urby – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 700 feet, 70 floors

11. Resorts World – Winchester (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 673 feet, 59 floors

12. M2 Tower – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 659 feet, 61 floors (2023)

13-14. tie – M3 Tower – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 649 feet, 60 floors (2023)

& Muse – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 649 feet, 47 floors

15. Mansions at Acqualina – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 643 feet, 46 floors

16. The Palazzo – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 642 feet, 52 floors

17. Porsche Design Tower – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 641 feet, 57 floors

18. Trump International Hotel – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 640 feet, 64 floors

19. Jade Signature – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 636 feet, 57 floors

20. CG Tower – Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 634 feet, 60 floors (2023)

21. Encore at Wynn – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 631 feet, 52 floors

22. Haus 25 – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 626 feet, 70 floors

23. Altus – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 616 feet, 49 floors

24. Festival Tower A – Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 615 feet, 59 floors (2024)

25. Wynn Hotel/Casino – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 614 feet, 49 floors

26-27. tie -Brentwood 1 & 2 – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 611 feet, 54 floors each

28-29. tie – The Cosmopolitan (2) – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 610 feet, 61 floors each

30-32. tie – Bellevue 600 – Bellevue (Seattle), WA, USA = 600 feet, 43 floors (2024)

& Aria Resort/Casin – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 600 feet, 48 floors

& Elara – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 600 feet, 56 floors

33. Brentwood 3 – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 597 feet, 55 floors

34. Metropolitan Center Torre II – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 594 feet, 52 floors

35. Absolute World South – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 589 feet, 56 floors

36. Transit City Condos 3 – Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 587 feet, 55 floors

37. Pier West 1 – New Westminster (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 584 feet, 53 floors (2023)

38. Festival Tower C – Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 583 feet, 55 floors (2024)

39-40. tie -Transit City Condos 1 & 2 – Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 575 feet, 55 floors each

41-42. tie – Jade Beach – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 574 feet, 53 floors

& Journal Square 1 – Jersey City (New York City), NJ, USA = 574 feet, 54 floors

43. Transit City Condos 4 Vaughan (Toronto), ON, Canada = 572 feet, 50 floors (2023)

44-45. tie – Concourse Center V – Sandy Springs (Atlanta), GA, USA = 570 feet, 34 floors

& Vdara – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 570 feet, 57 floors

46. Hyatt Regency – Zapopan (Guadalajara), Mexico = 568 feet, 41 floors

47. LIU East – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 564 feet, 39 floors

48. Torre Aura Altitude – Zapopan (Guadalajara), Mexico = 563 feet, 44 floors

49. Waldorf Astoria – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 560 feet, 47 floors

50. Concourse Center VI -Sandy Springs, GA (Atlanta), GA, USA = 553 feet, 34 floors

51. Trump Palace – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 551 feet, 43 floors

52-53. tie – Acqualina Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 550 feet, 51 floors

& Trump Royale – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 550 feet, 43 floors

54-55. tie – 101 Hudson – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 548 feet, 42 floors

& Torre Avalanz – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 548 feet, 43 floors

56. Jade Ocean – Sunny Isles Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 545 feet, 51 floors

57. Eiffel Tower LV – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 540 feet, 54 floors

58. 235 Grand – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 537 feet, 45 floors

59. Station Square III – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 535 feet, 48 floors

60-61. tie – 567 Clarke/Como – Coquitlam (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 532 feet, 49 floors

& Trump Plaza – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 532 feet, 55 floors

62. Newport Tower – Jersey City (New York City), NJ, USA = 531 feet, 37 floors

63-64. tie -70 & 90 Columbus – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 530 feet, 48 floors each

65-66. tie – Absolute World N. – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 529 feet, 50 floors

& New York, New York – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 529 feet, 45 floors

67. Torre Sofia – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 518 feet, 40 floors

68. Palms Place – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 517 feet, 48 floors

69. Civic Plaza – Surrey (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 516 feet, 52 floors

70. Exchange Place – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 515 feet, 38 floors

71. The Martin – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 514 feet, 32 floors

72. Torre Helicon – San Pedro Garza García (Monterrey), Mexico = 512 feet, 33 floors

73. Sovereign – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 511 feet, 45 floors

74-75. tie – Monaco N. & S. – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 509 feet, 47 floors each

76-77. tie – Westin Hotel – Virginia Beach (Norfolk), VA, USA = 508 feet, 38 floors

& Bellagio Hotel/Casino – Paradise (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 508 feet, 36 floors

78-80. tie – PSV @ Parkside Village – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 502 feet, 48 floors

& Blue & Green Diamond – Miami Beach (Miami), FL, USA = 502 feet, 44 floors each

81. Burquitlam Park – Coquitlam (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 501 feet, 50 floors (2024)

82-86. tie – Gold House North – Burnaby (Vancouver), BC, Canada = 500 feet, 41 floors

& Pinnacle Grand Park II – Mississauga (Toronto), ON, Canada = 500 feet, 48 floors

& 70 Greene Street – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 500 feet, 50 floors

& 77 Hudson – Jersey City (New York), NJ, USA = 500 feet, 50 floors

& Sky – Winchester (Las Vegas), NV, USA = 500 feet, 45 floors

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