Tallest Buildings in the US
The world has built several tall structures since the first skyscraper was built in Chicago in 1885. Eleven buildings in America were once the tallest building in the world upon completion.
Built of the site of the former Twin Towers, 546-meter-tall One World Trade Center (or Freedom Tower) in New York City is the tallest building in not just the US but the Western Hemisphere. Still commonly referred to as the Sears Tower, the 442-m-tall Willis Tower in Chicago is the second-tallest building in the country.
With an height of 426 meters, the 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential skyscraper in the world. The Trump International Hotel and Tower in downtown Chicago is the fourth tallest building in the US. An American cultural icon, the Empire State Building is the third tallest building in New York.
TheBank of America Tower, Aon Center, John Hancock Center, Chrysler Building, The New York Times Building, Bank of America Plaza, and U.S. Bank Tower are among the tallest buildings in America.
Tallest Buildings of U.S.A
|Building Name||County||Height in Ft|
|Trump International Hotel and Tower||Chicago||1386|
|Empire State Building||New York||1246|
|Bank of America Tower||New York||1200|
|John Hancock Center||Chicago||1127|
|Chrysler Building||New York||1041|
|New York Times Building||New York||1041|
|Bank of America Plaza||Atlanta||1021|
|U.S. Bank Tower||Los Angeles||1018|
Last Updated Date: June 17, 2016