The figure of 316 counts only buildings with known height figures greater than 150 m (492 ft). Bank of China Tower (abbreviated BOC Tower located at 1 Garden Road, in Central. A b "Bank of China Tower". Banyan Garden 5 183 (599) 54 Residential.62N 1140852.73E /.3340611N 114.1479806E /.3340611; 114.1479806 (Banyan Garden 5) Three Pacific Place 182 (597) 221636.40N 1141005.37E /.2767778N 114.1681583E /.2767778; 114.1681583 (Three Pacific Place) 249 250 Branksome Crest 182 (597) 47 Residential.35N. New height restriction laws prohibited buildings from rising taller than surrounding mountains, forcing a reduction in height. 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. Sources that state the number of the top floor for a building's floor count may overstate the actual number of floors for the building in question. Skyscrapers also grew in the New Territories, such as the developments of Metro Town and lohas Park in Tseung Kwan. There are a number of completed buildings that are at least 50 storeys tall that do not have height figures listed as seen here 1, here 2 and here 3 on Emporis as well as ctbuh. Kowloon, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press. A b c "Grand Promenade". Notable buildings edit Tallest buildings in Hong Kong, by pinnacle height International Commerce Centre (abbreviated ICC located at 1 Austin Road, West Kowloon. 1 Two height figures were given for the Bionic Tower: 1,128 m (3,701 ft) and 1,228 m (4,029 ft). At the height of the construction boom in 2003, 56 skyscrapers over 150 m (492 ft) were completed throughout the city. It became the tallest building in Hong Kong upon its completion in 2003 until it was surpassed by the ICC in 2009. The proliferation of multi-tower, high-rise building complexes, such as public housing estates and transit-oriented developments near MTR stations (known as rail property development greatly increased the number of skyscrapers. The 2IFC is currently the second tallest building in Hong Kong at 415.8 m (1,364 ft) tall. Houses the highest church in the world. The Belcher's Tower 1 221 (724) 63 Residential.89N 1140757.41E /.2846917N 114.1326139E /.2846917; 114.1326139 (The Belcher's Tower 1) 81 83 The Belcher's Tower 2 221 (724) 63 Residential.54N 1140758.85E /.2845944N 114.1330139E /.2845944; 114.1330139 (The Belcher's Tower. Cheung Kong Centre at 2 Queen's Road Central, Central. "All Transaction Estates Lohas Park Phase 2b Le Prime Tower 7 R Wing". A b c d e f g h i "lohas Park Complex". An official figure has not been determined. Archived (PDF) from the original. A b "The Harbourside".