From sleek assemblages to hulking ziggurats of concrete and glass, it’s safe to say there’s a lot to look at when it comes to Houston’s skyline.
With 7 of the state’s 10 tallest buildings, Houston’s got a towering Texas-sized skyline made all the more distinctive by the city’s lack of zoning restrictions. Sans the aforementioned zoning, giant, glistening towers have cropped up across the city. Houston’s third tallest skyscraper, the 901-foot Williams Tower, is the tallest building in the United States outside of a city’s central business district, according to building database Emporis.
Now, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for the tall buildings you’ve all been waiting for.
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Scroll through the photos below for a virtual tour of Houston’s skyline.
20. American General Center
Height: 590 feet, 42 floors