New York’s 7 Tallest Buildings
New York city is a structural engineering triumph. Home to the most recognisable skyline in the world, it is full of unique, historical buildings. From the majesty of the Empire State Building to the modern design of the Beekman Tower, there are few cities that can match its architectural vision. Tourists from around the globe visit every year to take in the sights of its fantastic buildings.
1. One World Trade Center, 1776 ft (541 meters).
2. Empire State Building, 1453 ft (443 meters).
- Has the highest observation deck open to public in NY.
3. Bank of America Tower, 1200 ft (370 meters).
4. Chrysler Building, 1046 ft (318 meters).
5. Four World Trade Center, 978 ft (298 meters).
6. One57, 1,004 (306 ft) – June 2012
7. Four World Trade Center, 977 (298 meters) – June 24, 2012
8. 70 Pine Street, 952 ft (290 meters)
9. The Trump Building, 927 ft (283)
- Also known as 40 Wall Street and formerly known as the Bank of Manhattan Trust Building
10. Citigroup Center, 915 ft (279 meters)
11. 8 Spruce Street, 870 ft (265 meters)
12. Trump World Tower, 861 ft (262 meters)
13. GE Building, 850 ft (259 meters) – also known as “30 Rock” for its address, 30 Rockefeller Center.
- Has the 2nd highest publicly available observation deck in New York, called Top of the Rock.
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