Top 11 Tallest Buildings in Africa

The Leonardo, South Africa:The fourth-tallest building in Africa is The Leonardo at 234 meters (768 feet).

Ponte City Apartments:Reaching a height of 172.8 meters (567 feet) – 55 stories – it currently stands as the second-tallest residential skyscraper in Africa. 

New Administrative Capital Building D01:The ninth-tallest building in Africa is the New Administrative Capital Building D01.

Nairobi Global Trade Centre Office Tower: This skyscraper stands 184 meters (604 feet) high with a total of 42 floors. It is the main building among several different high-rises that comprise the 7.5-acre Global Trade Centre.

Mohammed VI Tower:The Mohammed VI Tower ranks as the third-tallest building in Africa with a staggering height of 250 meters (820 feet).

 Iconic Tower, Egypt:This impressive skyscraper contains a total of 77 floors, approximately half of which are reserved for office space. 

Hassan II Mosque minaret:Africa’s sixth-tallest building is Casablanca’s Hassan II Mosque, whose main claim to fame is its soaring minaret. 

Great Mosque of Algiers Tower:The mosque sits in Algeria’s capital city of Algiers and soars to an impressive height of 264 meters (867 feet). 

Commercial Bank of Ethiopia Headquarters:Close behind the Hassan II Mosque minaret is the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia Headquarters with a height of 209.3 meters (687 feet). 

Carlton Centre, South Africa:The fifth-tallest building in Africa is the Carlton Centre, which stands 223 meters (732 feet) high.

Britam Tower, Kenya:Africa’s eighth-tallest building is the Britam Tower in the Upper Hill neighborhood of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi.

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