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List of tallest buildings in Delhi NCR

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New Delhi skyline
New Delhi skyline
Supernova Spira The tallest Building in the Delhi NCR region
Supernova Spira The tallest Building in the Delhi NCR region
Gateway Tower, Gurugram
Gateway Tower, Gurugram

This list ranks buildings by height[1][2] in the city of Delhi, the capital and the largest metropolis of India, along with its adjoining NCR areas. Currently there are more than 5,200[3][4][5][6][7] high-rise buildings in the Delhi NCR area with thousands more under construction. Supernova Spira which topped out in 2022 is currently the tallest building in Delhi NCR with a height of 300 metres (984 ft) consisting of 80 floors.

Cyber Green Hub Building
Cyber Green Hub Building

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Delhi

Delhi

Delhi, officially the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi, is a city and a union territory of India containing New Delhi, the capital of India. Straddling the Yamuna river, primarily its western or right bank, Delhi shares borders with the state of Uttar Pradesh in the east and with the state of Haryana in the remaining directions. The NCT covers an area of 1,484 square kilometres (573 sq mi). According to the 2011 census, Delhi's city proper population was over 11 million, while the NCT's population was about 16.8 million. Delhi's urban agglomeration, which includes the satellite cities of Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Noida in an area known as the National Capital Region (NCR), has an estimated population of over 28 million, making it the largest metropolitan area in India and the second-largest in the world. The topography of the medieval fort Purana Qila on the banks of the river Yamuna matches the literary description of the citadel Indraprastha in the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata; however, excavations in the area have revealed few signs of an ancient built environment. The Tomar dynasty ruled parts of present-day Delhi and Haryana during the 8th-12th century. Their rule over this region is attested to by multiple inscriptions and coins. A 13th-century inscription states that the Tomaras ruled most of Hariyanaka (Haryana) and a 14th-century inscription states that they built Dhillika in this region. Around that city is a fortified wall called Lal Kot built by Anangpal Tomar. From the early 13th century until the mid-19th century, Delhi was the capital of two major empires, the Delhi sultanate and the Mughal Empire, which covered large parts of South Asia. All three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the city, the Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, and the Red Fort, belong to this period. Delhi was the early centre of Sufism and Qawwali music. The names of Nizamuddin Auliya and Amir Khusrau are prominently associated with it. The Khariboli dialect of Old Hindi spoken in Delhi was part of a linguistic development that gave rise to the literature of Urdu. Delhi was a major centre of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. In 1911, New Delhi, a southern region within Delhi, became the capital of the British Indian Empire. During the Partition of India in 1947, Delhi was transformed from a Mughal city to a Hindu one, losing two-thirds of its Muslim residents, in part due to the pressure brought to bear by arriving Hindu refugees from western Punjab. After independence in 1947, New Delhi continued as the capital of the Dominion of India, and after 1950 of the Republic of India.

Metropolis

Metropolis

A metropolis is a large city or conurbation which is a significant economic, political, and cultural center for a country or region, and an important hub for regional or international connections, commerce, and communications.

India

India

India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north; and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. In the Indian Ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives; its Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia. The nation's capital city is New Delhi.

National Capital Region (India)

National Capital Region (India)

The National Capital Region (NCR) is a planning region centred upon the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi in India. It encompasses Delhi and several districts surrounding it from the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The NCR and the associated National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) were created in 1985 to plan the development of the region and to evolve harmonized policies for the control of land-uses and development of infrastructure in the region. Prominent cities of NCR include Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, and Noida.

Topping out

Topping out

In building construction, topping out is a builders' rite traditionally held when the last beam is placed atop a structure during its construction. Nowadays, the ceremony is often parlayed into a media event for public relations purposes. It has since come to mean more generally finishing the structure of the building, whether there is a ceremony or not. Also commonly used to determine the amount of wind on the top of the structure.

Tallest buildings

This list ranks buildings in Delhi NCR that stand at least 125 metres (410 ft), based on standard height measurement or are 35 floors tall, as of November 2022.[8][9][10][11] This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Only completed buildings and under-construction and on-hold buildings that have been topped out are included.

Gurgaon city skyline along with the Rapid Metro
Gurgaon city skyline along with the Rapid Metro
Nehru Place, Delhi
Ghaziabad High Rises
Ghaziabad High Rises
Rank Name Location Height Floors Year Building type
1 Supernova Spira Noida Sec-94 300 metres (984 ft) 80 2022[12][13] Mixed Use
2 Raheja Revanta Gurugram Sec-78 196 metres (643 ft) 61[14][15] 2020(Topped-Out)[16][17] Residential
3 Nova East Noida Sec-94 180 metres (591 ft) 44 2019[18][19] Residential
Nova West Noida Sec-94 180 metres (591 ft) 44 2019[20][21] Residential
5 Wave Livork Noida Sec-18 179 metres (587 ft) 46 2021[22] Residential
6 Victory Valley Tower A Gurugram Sec-67 178 metres (584 ft) 51 2015[23][24] Residential
7 M3M Latitude Gurugram Sec-65 174 metres (571 ft) 42 2021[25][26] Residential
8 Paras Quartier A Gurugram Sec-2 170 metres (558 ft) 44 2019[27] Residential
9 ATS Knightsbridge Tower 1 Noida Sec-124 169 metres (554 ft) 47 2022[28] Residential
ATS Knightsbridge Tower 3 Noida Sec-124 169 metres (554 ft) 47 2022[29] Residential
ATS Knightsbridge Tower 5 Noida Sec-124 169 metres (554 ft) 47 2022[30] Residential
12 M3M Golf Estate 1 Gurugram Sec-65 163 metres (535 ft) 42 2017[31] Residential
M3M Golf Estate 2 Gurugram Sec-65 163 metres (535 ft) 42 2017[32] Residential
M3M Golf Estate 3 Gurugram Sec-65 163 metres (535 ft) 42 2017[33] Residential
15 DLF Camellias Gurugram Sec-42 156 metres (512 ft) 39 2017[34] Residential
16 Wave One Noida Sec-18 155 metres (509 ft) 41 2015[35][36] Commercial
17 Victory Valley Tower B Gurugram Sec-67 155 metres (509 ft) 45 2015[37][38] Residential
18 UGCC Amber Tower 1 Noida Sec-96 154 metres (505 ft) 45 2016[39] Residential
19 UGCC Amber Tower 2 Noida Sec-96 154 metres (505 ft) 45 2016[40] Residential
20 Primanti 2 Gurugram Sec-72 154 metres (505 ft) 40 2016[41] Residential
21 Primanti 1 Gurugram Sec-72 147 metres (482 ft) 38 2015[42] Residential
Primanti 7 Gurugram Sec-72 147 metres (482 ft) 38 2016[43] Residential
23 DLF One Midtown Delhi (Moti Nagar) 147 metres (482 ft) 39 2021 Residential
24 DLF The Crest 1 Gurugram Sec-54 144 metres (472 ft) 38 2017[44] Residential
DLF The Crest 2 Gurugram Sec-54 144 metres (472 ft) 38 2017[45] Residential
DLF The Crest 3 Gurugram Sec-54 144 metres (472 ft) 38 2017 Residential
27 Ansal Royal Heritage Faridabad Sec-70 140 metres (459 ft) 33 2017[46] Residential
28 Mapsko Mount Ville Gurugram Sec-79 140 metres (459 ft) 37 2017[47] Residential
29 Victory Valley Tower C Gurugram Sec-67 136 metres (446 ft) 35 2015[48] Residential
30 Ireo Skyon Gurugram Sec-60 135 metres (443 ft) 40 2017[49] Residential
31 Paras quartier B Gurugram Sec-2 135 metres (443 ft) 38 2018[50] Residential
32 UGCC Burgundy Noida Sec-96 135 metres (443 ft) 36 2017[51] Residential
33 Jaypee Krescent Homes 1 Noida Sec-129 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[52] Residential
Jaypee Krescent Homes 2 Noida Sec-129 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[53] Residential
Jaypee Krescent Homes 3 Noida Sec-129 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[54] Residential
Jaypee Krescent Homes 4 Noida Sec-129 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016 Residential
37 Pioneer Araya 1 Gurugram Sec-42 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[55] Residential
Pioneer Araya 2 Gurugram Sec-42 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[56] Residential
Pioneer Araya 3 Gurugram Sec-42 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2016[57] Residential
40 Raheja Vanya 1 Gurugram Sec-99 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2019 Residential
Raheja Vanya 2 Gurugram Sec-99 132 metres (433 ft) 35 2019 Residential
42 Supertech Eco Village Greater Noida (West) 130 metres (427 ft) 36 2019[58] Residential
43 ATS Kingston Heath Noida Sec-150 130 metres (427 ft) 34 2020 Residential
44 Prius Vision Tower Gurugram Sec-62 130 metres (427 ft) 30 2016 Commercial
45 GYS Vision Tower A Gurugram Sec-62 130 metres (427 ft) 30 2016[59] Commercial
46 ATS Destinaire Greater Noida (West) 130 metres (427 ft) 33 2016 Residential
47 World Trade Tower A Noida Sec-16 128 metres (420 ft) 34 2013[60] Commercial
48 ATS Pious Orchards Noida Sec-150 126 metres (413 ft) 35 2021 Residential
49 Pioneer Park Gurugram Sec-61 125 metres (410 ft) 33 2014[61] Residential

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Spire

Spire

A spire is a tall, slender, pointed structure on top of a roof of a building or tower, especially at the summit of church steeples. A spire may have a square, circular, or polygonal plan, with a roughly conical or pyramidal shape. Spires are typically made of stonework or brickwork, or else of timber structures with metal cladding, ceramic tiling, roof shingles, or slates on the exterior.

Radio masts and towers

Radio masts and towers

Radio masts and towers are typically tall structures designed to support antennas for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television. There are two main types: guyed and self-supporting structures. They are among the tallest human-made structures. Masts are often named after the broadcasting organizations that originally built them or currently use them.

Topping out

Topping out

In building construction, topping out is a builders' rite traditionally held when the last beam is placed atop a structure during its construction. Nowadays, the ceremony is often parlayed into a media event for public relations purposes. It has since come to mean more generally finishing the structure of the building, whether there is a ceremony or not. Also commonly used to determine the amount of wind on the top of the structure.

Gurgaon

Gurgaon

Gurgaon, officially named Gurugram, is a city located in the northern Indian state of Haryana. It is situated near the Delhi–Haryana border, about 30 kilometres (19 mi) southwest of the national capital New Delhi and 268 km (167 mi) south of Chandigarh, the state capital. It is one of the major satellite cities of Delhi and is part of the National Capital Region of India. As of 2011, Gurgaon had a population of 1,153,000.

Rapid Metro Gurgaon

Rapid Metro Gurgaon

Rapid Metro Gurgaon is a light metro system serving the city of Gurgaon, Haryana, India. Rapid Metro connects the commercial areas of Gurgaon, and acts as a feeder link to the Delhi Metro with an interchange with its Yellow Line at Sikanderpur metro station.

Nehru Place

Nehru Place

Nehru Place is a large commercial center in Delhi, India. Although its importance as a financial center has declined in recent years, Nehru Place is still a prominent commercial area in South Delhi and houses the headquarters of several Indian firms and rivals with other financial centers in the metropolis like Connaught Place, Bhikaji Cama Place and Rajendra Place.

Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad

Ghaziabad is a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and a part of Delhi NCR. It is the administrative headquarters of Ghaziabad district and is the largest city in western Uttar Pradesh, with a population of 1,729,000.Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation is divided into 5 zones - City Zone, Kavi Nagar Zone, Vijay Nagar Zone, Mohan Nagar Zone and Vasundhara Zone. The Municipal Corporation comprises 100 wards. Well connected by roads and railways, it is a major rail junction for North India.

Supernova Spira

Supernova Spira

Supernova Spira is a supertall mixed use skyscraper in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It is located in Sector 94, Amrapali Marg, Noida. At 300 meters and 80 floors it is the tallest tower in northern India and the second tallest skyscraper in India.

Noida

Noida

Noida, short for New Okhla Industrial Development Authority, is a planned city located in Gautam Buddha Nagar district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Noida is a satellite city of Delhi and is a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) of India. As per provisional reports of Census of India, the population of Noida in 2011 was 642,381. The city is managed by New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA). The district's administrative headquarters are in the nearby city of Greater Noida.

Tallest buildings (under-construction)

This list ranks buildings that are under construction in the Delhi NCR and are planned to rise at least 100 m (330 ft) or 25 floors or more. Buildings that are only approved, on hold or proposed are not included in this table.

Gurugram panorama
Gurugram panorama
Sr Name Area Height Floors Expected year of completion
1 North Eye Noida Sec-74 255 metres (837 ft) 66 2022[62][63]
2 Cyberthum Noida Sec-140 213*2 metres (698 ft) 50 2024[64]
3 Trump Tower 1 Gurugram Sec-65 200 metres (656 ft) 50 2022[65][66][67]
4 Trump Tower 2 Gurugram Sec-65 200 metres (656 ft) 50 2022[68][66]
5 Unity the Amaryllis-Iconic Tower Karol Bagh, Delhi 200×2 metres (656×7 ft) 50*2 2024
6 Delhi One 1 Noida Sec-16B 190 metres (623 ft) 42 2023
7 The Leela Sky villas Kirti Nagar, Delhi 190 metres (623 ft) 61 2022[69]
8 M3M IFC Gurugram Sec-66 180 metres (591 ft) 46 2023[70]
9 Wave Livork Noida Sec-32 179 metres (587 ft) 46 2022
10 Orb Homes 1 Noida Sec-74 175 metres (574 ft) 48 2023[71]
11 Orb Homes 2 Noida Sec-74 175 metres (574 ft) 48 2023[72]
12 Orb Homes 3 Noida Sec-74 175 metres (574 ft) 48 2023[73]
13 M3M Sky City Gurugram Sec-66 175 metres (574 ft) 47 2023
14 65th Avenue Gurugram Sec-66 172 metres (564 ft) 47 2022
15 M3M Heights Gurugram 172 metres (564 ft) 47 2022
16 Kabana High Greater Noida Sec-4 171 metres (561 ft) 35 2025
17 Knightsbridge Tower 2 Noida Sec-124 171 metres (561 ft) 47 2023[74]
18 Knightsbridge Tower 4 Noida Sec-124 171 metres (561 ft) 47 2023[75]
19 Burj Noida Noida Sec-75 165 metres (541 ft) 36 2023[76]
20 M3M Latitude Gurugram Sec-65 165 metres (541 ft) 42 2022[77]
21 Unitech Grande Signature Tower Noida Sec-96 162 metres (531 ft) 45 2023
22 BPTP Capital City 1 Noida Sec-94 162 metres (531 ft) 45 2023
23 DLF One Midtown New Delhi 155 meters (509 ft) 40 2024
24 County Courtyard Pitam Pura, Delhi 155 metres (509 ft) 38*2 2026
25 Godrej Iconic Tower Okhla, Delhi 145 metres (476 ft) 36 2026
26 Saya Gold Avenue Ghaziabad 145 metres (476 ft) 40 2021[78]
27 BPTP Capital City 2 Noida Sec-94 145 metres (476 ft) 40 2023
28 Raheja Oma Dharuhera 145 metres (476 ft) 40 2023
29 Delhi One 2 Noida Sec-16B 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
30 Apex The Kremlin Taj Expressway Noida 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2021
31 ATS Picturesque Reprieves 1 Noida Sec-152 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
32 ATS Picturesque Reprieves 2 Noida Sec-152 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
33 ATS Picturesque Reprieves 3 Noida Sec-152 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
34 ATS Picturesque Reprieves 4 Noida Sec-152 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
35 ATS Picturesque Reprieves 5 Noida Sec-152 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2023
36 Hero Homes Tower 1 Gurugram Sec-104 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2025
37 Hero Homes Gurgaon Tower 2 Gurugram Sec-104 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2025
38 Hero Homes Tower 3 Gurugram Sec-104 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2025
39 Hero Homes Tower 4 Gurugram Sec-104 130 metres (427 ft) 37 2025
40 Skyville 1 Gurugram Sec-68 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
41 Vipul Arohan 1 Gurugram Sec-53 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
42 Vipul Arohan 2 Gurugram Sec-53 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
43 Vipul Arohan 3 Gurugram Sec-53 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
44 Cyprees Court 1 Greater Noida 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
45 Cyprees Court 2 Greater Noida 125 metres (410 ft) 36 2022
46 Grandstand Tower 1 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
47 Grandstand Tower 2 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
48 Grandstand Tower 3 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
49 Grandstand Tower 4 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
50 Grandstand Tower 5 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
51 Grandstand Tower 6 Gurugram Sec-99 122 metres (400 ft) 35 2022
52 M3M Duo High Gurugram Sec-65 118 metres (387 ft) 35 2021
53 M3M Broadway Gurugram Sec-71 118 metres (387 ft) 30 2023
54 M3M Cornerwalk Gurugram Sec-74 118 metres (387 ft) 30 2021
55 M3M Skywalk[79] Gurugram Sec-74 118 metres (387 ft) 30 2025
56 Silvergrades Hightown Gurugram Sec-74 109 metres (358 ft) 27 2025
57 M3M Icon Gurugram Sec-74 105 metres (344 ft) 32 2022
58 M3M Skywalk Gurugram Sec-74 105 metres (344 ft) 30 2023
59 Risland Sky Mansion Chhatarpur, Delhi 105 metres (344 ft) 25 2023
60 Godrej South Estate Okhla, Delhi 105 metres (344 ft) 29 2023
61 Unity Amaryllis- Phase 2 Kirti Nagar, Delhi 120 metres (394 ft) 31 2022
62 Krisumi Waterfall Residences Gurugram Sec-36a 100 metres (328 ft) 34 2025
63 M3M Capital Gurugram Sec-113 100 metres (328 ft) 36 2026

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National Capital Region (India)

National Capital Region (India)

The National Capital Region (NCR) is a planning region centred upon the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi in India. It encompasses Delhi and several districts surrounding it from the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. The NCR and the associated National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) were created in 1985 to plan the development of the region and to evolve harmonized policies for the control of land-uses and development of infrastructure in the region. Prominent cities of NCR include Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, and Noida.

Noida

Noida

Noida, short for New Okhla Industrial Development Authority, is a planned city located in Gautam Buddha Nagar district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Noida is a satellite city of Delhi and is a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) of India. As per provisional reports of Census of India, the population of Noida in 2011 was 642,381. The city is managed by New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA). The district's administrative headquarters are in the nearby city of Greater Noida.

Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh

Karol Bagh is a neighbourhood in Central District of Delhi, India. It is a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood known for shopping streets such as the Ghaffar Market and Ajmal Khan Road.

Delhi

Delhi

Delhi, officially the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi, is a city and a union territory of India containing New Delhi, the capital of India. Straddling the Yamuna river, primarily its western or right bank, Delhi shares borders with the state of Uttar Pradesh in the east and with the state of Haryana in the remaining directions. The NCT covers an area of 1,484 square kilometres (573 sq mi). According to the 2011 census, Delhi's city proper population was over 11 million, while the NCT's population was about 16.8 million. Delhi's urban agglomeration, which includes the satellite cities of Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Noida in an area known as the National Capital Region (NCR), has an estimated population of over 28 million, making it the largest metropolitan area in India and the second-largest in the world. The topography of the medieval fort Purana Qila on the banks of the river Yamuna matches the literary description of the citadel Indraprastha in the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata; however, excavations in the area have revealed few signs of an ancient built environment. The Tomar dynasty ruled parts of present-day Delhi and Haryana during the 8th-12th century. Their rule over this region is attested to by multiple inscriptions and coins. A 13th-century inscription states that the Tomaras ruled most of Hariyanaka (Haryana) and a 14th-century inscription states that they built Dhillika in this region. Around that city is a fortified wall called Lal Kot built by Anangpal Tomar. From the early 13th century until the mid-19th century, Delhi was the capital of two major empires, the Delhi sultanate and the Mughal Empire, which covered large parts of South Asia. All three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the city, the Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, and the Red Fort, belong to this period. Delhi was the early centre of Sufism and Qawwali music. The names of Nizamuddin Auliya and Amir Khusrau are prominently associated with it. The Khariboli dialect of Old Hindi spoken in Delhi was part of a linguistic development that gave rise to the literature of Urdu. Delhi was a major centre of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. In 1911, New Delhi, a southern region within Delhi, became the capital of the British Indian Empire. During the Partition of India in 1947, Delhi was transformed from a Mughal city to a Hindu one, losing two-thirds of its Muslim residents, in part due to the pressure brought to bear by arriving Hindu refugees from western Punjab. After independence in 1947, New Delhi continued as the capital of the Dominion of India, and after 1950 of the Republic of India.

Kirti Nagar

Kirti Nagar

Kirti Nagar is a neighborhood in Delhi, India. Kirti Nagar is home to India's largest furniture market housing showrooms of multi-national home remodelling and fittings companies, the most reputed interior design boutiques, imported kitchen and bath brands as well as traditional carpentry furniture makers. Kirti nagar also hosts the biggest golf course and country club in North India.

Greater Noida

Greater Noida

Greater Noida is a planned city located in Gautam Buddha Nagar district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The city was created as an extension to Noida area under the UP Industrial Area Development Act, 1976. Situated 30 km (19 mi) south-east of the capital city of New Delhi, it takes around 30 minutes to travel between the cities via the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. The city is administered by Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA).

Timeline of tallest buildings of Delhi NCR

Name Image Height Floors Years as tallest
Supernova Spira Noidancrdelhiskyline.jpg 300 metres (984 ft) 80 2022-Current[12]
Raheja Revanta 196 metres (643 ft) 56 2018-2022[17]
Victory Valley Tower 178 metres (584 ft) 51 2015–2018[24]
World Trade Tower 128 metres (420 ft) 34 2013-2015[80]
Civic Center MCD HQ.jpg 101 metres (331 ft)[81] 28 2008-2013
Hansalaya Buildings in New Delhi 03.jpg 88 metres (289 ft)[82][83] 21 -2008
Vikas Minar 82 metres[84] 1976-
Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar with aeroplane IMG 1538.jpg
72.5 metres (238 ft) 5 1220-1976[84]

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Source: "List of tallest buildings in Delhi NCR", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_in_Delhi_NCR.

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