high-rise construction boom from the late 1890s to the Great Baltimore Fire of February 1904, when a half-dozen of new skyscrapers' so-called "fire-proof" but their interiors were burned out. In the past, the building has also known as the NationsBank Building, the Mathieson Building, the O'Sullivan Building and the Maryland National Bank. But with the proposals by the major business, commercial and industrial interests of the area with the release of the Charles Center project proposal by the recently organized Greater Baltimore Committee and the local Chamber of Commerce with the leadership. An equal sign following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. Vertical construction stalled because of litigation with parking garage operator 65 Canton Crossing 400 (122) - - Proposed 66 801 Eastern Ave 290 (88) 24 2019 Under Construction 67 Liberty Harbor East 285 (87) 22 2018 Topped. 3 The most recently completed skyscraper in Baltimore is 414 Water Street, which rises 344 feet (105 m) and 33 floors. Retrieved 1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link ). "Wyndham Inner Harbor Hotel South". 1, it also stands as the tallest building in the state of Maryland. "Constellation Energy/BG E Building". As of June 2008, there are 163 completed high-rises in the city. Missing or empty title ( help ) m/baltimore/blog/ real -estate/2014/07/ml. The City is the site of two completed buildings that are at least 500 feet (152 m) high, with one more under construction and two proposed for construction. Missing or empty title ( help ) "Towers at Harbor Court". "New Whole Foods project in Harbor East breaks ground, amid increasing industry costs". "The Equitable" as it became known replaced the earlier landmark from 1825, Barnum's City Hotel and was the first steel cage framed building with outside surface panels of stone hung on the frame, a new technique pioneered. Developer drops office, increases apartments for 32-story tower". Most were later judged by inspecting engineers/architects as structurally sound with their steel I-beam cage framing and masonry facades and were reconstructed and rehabilitated in the next five years in a flurry of downtown rebuilding. "Offices, apartments in latest proposal for 1 Light Street". "250 West Pratt Street". The tallest building in Baltimore is the 40- story, transamerica Tower, which rises 529 feet (161 m) and was completed in 1973. A b "Fidelity Building". Beaux Arts classical Revival architecture of the, baltimore City Courthouse of and the landmark, battle Monument in Battle Monument Square, commemorating the fallen in the defense of the City against the British attack in the 1814. "First Union Signet Tower".