List of Tallest Buildings in Ankara - Under Construction Tall Buildings of Ankara

Under Construction Tall Buildings of Ankara

List of under construction buildings which are higher than 90m, including spires and architectural details. Based on floorcounts and floorheights, buildings without official height (including spires and architectural details) are also included as they are estimated to be higher than 90m.

Rank Name Height (meters) Floors Completion Year
1 Sinpaş The First 201 (659) 45 2016
2 Turk Telekom Tower 192 (630) 41 2014
3 Sinpaş Altın Oran 155 (508) 45 2015
=3 Sinpaş Altın Oran 155 (508) 45 2015
5 Nova Tower 140 (459) 42 2014
6 Otokoç Tower 33 2015
=6 Otokoç Tower 33 2015
8 Kızılırmak Plaza 34 2015
9 Ege Plaza 33 2015
10 Çankaya Öğrenci Yurdu 130 (427) 33 2015
11 Pladyum 31 2015
12 Usta Plaza 30 2015
13 Pylon Residence 33 2015
14 Folding Towers 30 2016
15 Folding Towers 30 2016
16 Çukurambar İş Merkezi 29 2015
17 West Gate 33 2015
=17 West Gate 33 2015
=17 West Gate 33 2015
20 Next Level 2 113 (371) 29 2014
21 Taurus Plaza 110 (361) 25 2015
22 Besa Tower 110 (361) 25 2016
=22 Sinpaş İncek Life 110 (361) 25 2016
24 Next Level 3 100 (328) 25 2016
25 Kızılırmak Residence 27 2016
=25 Kızılırmak Residence 27 2016


Timeline of tallest buildings in Ankara.

Name Height meters Height feet Floors Year
Emek Ishani 76 249 24 1962-1975
BDDK - Banking Regulation & Supervision Council 108 354 29 1975-1991
Sheraton Ankara 143 469 29 1991-2009
Portakal Residence 160 525 37 2009-Present

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