Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro Facts

150m+ Buildings 3 Completed
Tallest Building Rio Sul Center (163 m)
Global Ranking #140 in the world by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Regional Ranking #6 in South America by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Country Ranking #3 in Brazil by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
First 150m+ Building Centro Candido Mendes (1978)
Average Building Age 27 years
Most Common Function Office, 100%
Most Common Material Concrete, 100%

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings.

Buildings See All Buildings in City

1   Rio Sul Center 1982 163 m
2   Centro Candido Mendes 1978 154 m
3   Ventura Corporate Towers 2010 151 m
4   Lelio Gama 105 1980 146 m
5   Edificio Conde Pereira Carneiro 1976 145 m
6   Edificio Santos DuMont 1975 141 m
7   Edificio Lineu de Paula Machado 1980 138 m
8   Edificio Avenida Central 1961 136 m
9   Sede do Banerj 1965 136 m
10   Sede BNH 1968 135 m
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   Trump Towers Rio 1 - 150 m
2   Trump Towers Rio 2 - 150 m
3   Trump Towers Rio 3 - 150 m
4   Trump Towers Rio 4 - 150 m
5   Trump Towers Rio 5 - 150 m
6   Cancer Hospital - -
  Proposed
1   Rio Sul Center 1982 163 m
2   Centro Candido Mendes 1978 154 m
3   Ventura Corporate Towers 2010 151 m
4   Trump Towers Rio 1 - 150 m
5   Trump Towers Rio 2 - 150 m
6   Trump Towers Rio 3 - 150 m
7   Trump Towers Rio 4 - 150 m
8   Trump Towers Rio 5 - 150 m
9   Lelio Gama 105 1980 146 m
10   Edificio Conde Pereira Carneiro 1976 145 m

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CTBUH Initiatives

1993 Rio de Janerio International Conference on Tall Buildings
17-20 May 1993 – Conference

Research Papers

Megacities: Setting the Scene
Oct 2016 – CTBUH Journal, 2016 Issue IV