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Birmingham, largest city and metropolitan area
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Mobile, second largest metropolitan area
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Huntsville, third largest metropolitan area
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Montgomery, fourth largest metropolitan area

Below is a table containing the fifteen tallest buildings in the state of Alabama. The tallest building in the state is the RSA Battle House Tower, which was completed in 2007. From the list there are eight in Birmingham, five in Mobile, and one apiece in Montgomery and Huntsville.

Tallest buildingsEdit

Rank Name Height
feet / meters
Floors (Stories) Year Completed City
1 RSA Battle House Tower 745 / 227 35 2007 Mobile
2 Wachovia Tower 454 / 138 34 1992 Birmingham
3 Regions-Harbert Plaza 437 / 133 32 1989 Birmingham
4 RSA–BankTrust Building 424 / 129 34 1965 Mobile
5 RSA Tower 397 / 177 22 1996 Montgomery
6 AT&T City Center 391 / 119 30 1972 Birmingham
7 Regions Center 390 / 119 30 1972 Birmingham
8 Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel 374 / 113 28 1983 Mobile
9 Saturn V Dynamic Test Stand 360 / 110 31 1964 Huntsville
10 Mobile Marriott 326 / 99 20 1979 Mobile
11 City Federal Building 325 / 99 27 1913 Birmingham
12 City-County Administration Building 325 / 99 12 1994 Mobile
13 Thomas Jefferson Tower 287 / 87 20 1920 Birmingham
14 John Hand Building 284 / 86 20 1912 Birmingham
15 Daniel Building 283 / 86 20 1970 Birmingham

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ReferencesEdit

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