The 2IFC is currently the second tallest building in Hong Kong at 415.8 m (1,364 ft) tall. A b "Hopewell Centre". Sorrento 1 256 (841) 75 Residential.24N 1140940.92E /.3067333N 114.1613667E /.3067333; 114.1613667 (Sorrento 1) Langham Place Office Tower 255 (837) 221907.81N 1141006.49E /.3188361N 114.1684694E /.3188361; 114.1684694 (Langham Place Office Tower) Highcliff 252 (828) 72 Residential.00N 1141103.00E /.2650000N 114.1841667E /.2650000; 114.1841667. Tallest under construction or proposed edit This list ranks under construction, topped-out and planned buildings that are expected to stand at least 180 metres (591 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. It is possible but not definite that some of these skyscrapers are taller than 150 m (492 ft thus, it is safe to only be stated that there are at least 316 buildings that are at least 150 m (492 ft) high. 1 2 This building was constructed as the Connaught Centre, but has since been renamed Jardine House. "Vertical Cities: Hong Kong / New York". It was the tallest building in Hong Kong when it was built in 1992 until it was surpassed by 2IFC in 2003. "Study of the Integrated Rail-Property Development Model in Hong Kong" (PDF). 1 Tower numbers may not be assigned sequentially in Hong Kong's multi-tower complexes due to the number 4 and its meaning in Chinese culture.