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List of tallest buildings in Jackson, Mississippi

The table below shows the ten tallest buildings in Jackson, Mississippi. The city has the second (AmSouth Plaza, at 318 feet [97 m]) and third (Jackson Marriott Downtown) tallest buildings in the state of Mississippi. The tallest building in the state is the 348-foot-tall (106 m) Beau Rivage Hotel in Biloxi.

Tallest buildings

Rank Name Height
ft / m
Floors Year Notes
1 Regions Plaza 318 / 97 22 1975 Tallest building in Jackson since its completion in 1975.
2 Jackson Marriott Downtown 255 / 78 21 1975
3 AmSouth Bank Building 254 / 77 18 1929 Tallest building in Jackson from 1929 to 1975.
4 Walter Sillers State Office Building 250 / 76 20 1972
5 Standard Life Building 250 / 76 22 1929
6 Capital Towers Building 245 / 74 20 1965
7 Trustmark National Bank Building 215 / 66 14 1955
8 Lamar Life Building 191 / 58 10 1924 Tallest building in Jackson from 1924 to 1929.
9 Mississippi State Capitol 180 / 55 4 1903 Tallest building in Jackson from 1903 to 1924.
10 Woolfolk State Office Building 169 / 52 16 1949

References

  • Tallest skyscrapers in Jackson
  • Capital Towers
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