The skyline of Virginia Beach remained relatively low- to mid-rise until the 2000s which brought the construction of the 23-story Armada Hoffler Tower in 2002.
The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center took the top spot from Armada Hoffler Tower when it was completed in 2008 with 38 stories along the newly revitalized Virginia Beach Town Center. The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center has been the tallest building in the city and Virginia since completion in 2008.
The city has two skylines: One at Town Center and one at the Oceanfront. The following ranking is a compilation of both.
This lists ranks the seven[inconsistent] tallest skyscrapers in Virginia Beach, Virginia, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.
ft / m
|1||Westin Virginia Beach Town Center||508 / 155||38||2008||Tallest building in Virginia.|
|2||Armada Hoffler Tower||396 / 121||23||2002|
|3||Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront||252 / 77||21||2003|
|4=||Hyatt House Oceanfront||228 / 70||19||2016|
|4=||Oceanaire||228 / 70||19||2012|
|6||Ocean Beach Resort Club||216 / 66||18||2005|
|7||Ocean Condominiums||210 / 64||22||1975|
|8||Wyndham Virginia Beach||204 / 62||17||1985|
ft / m
|Ocean Condominiums||210 / 64||22||1975-2002|
|Armada Hoffler Tower||396 / 121||23||2002-2008|
|Westin Virginia Beach Town Center||508 / 155||38||2008-present||Tallest building in Virginia.|
This lists buildings that are approved for construction in Virginia Beach and are planned to rise at least 200 feet (61 m). A floor count of 20 stories is used as the cutoff in place of a height of 250 feet (76 m) for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.