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New York
1,776
Illinois
1,451
Pennsylvania
1,121
California
1,100
Georgia
1,023
Texas
1,002
Ohio
947
Washington
933
New Jersey
900
North Carolina
871
Florida
868
Oklahoma
850
Indiana
811
Minnesota
792
Massachusetts
790
Alabama
745
Michigan
727
Colorado
714
Louisiana
697
Nevada
679
Nebraska
634
Iowa
630
Missouri
624
Tennessee
617
Wisconsin
601
Kentucky
549
Arkansas
546
Oregon
546
Connecticut
535
Maryland
529
Arizona
483
Hawaii
435
Rhode Island
428
Utah
422
Delaware
360
New Mexico
351
Alaska
296
Virginia
508
South Carolina
349
Mississippi
347
Kansas
325
Idaho
323
West Virginia
293
New Hampshire
275
Montana
272
North Dakota
242
Maine
235
South Dakota
174
Wyoming
148
Vermont
124

Tallest Building by State 2024

Tallest Building by State 2024

New York

Unsurprisingly, America's tallest building can be found in New York City. it is called the One World Trade Center, which was built after the events of tragic events on September 11, 2001. The building is 1,776 feet tall, which pays homage to the year that the United States formally signed the Declaration of Independence, which set off a chain of events that would eventually see a victorious secession from the English crown. After years of fighting, the original 13 colonies had banded together to expel their parasitic host, which had increased taxes and unfairly placed fees upon colonists to siphon as much money as possible into the coffers of the crown back in the country of England.

Illinois

The second tallest building in the United States can be found in Chicago and rests at 1,451 feet high. Many statistics also include the antennae as part of the building, which brings the total to nearly 1,730 feet. The recent sponsorship change of the tower changed its name to the Willis Tower, but many locals still refer to the 110-floor building as the Sears Tower - which was the original owner of this massive architectural skyscraper.

Pennsylvania

The 60-story building in Philadelphia is the third tallest building in the nation, sitting at 1,121 feet. The Comcast technology center was named Philadelphia's first “supertall building”, which is a classification for all buildings that exceed 1000 feet in height. The Comcast Technology Center was purchased by the large telecommunication giant, Comcast - which rents out its office spaces to many different corporations that are looking to break into the downtown core of Philadelphia.

California

Los Angeles is not left in the dust, as this supertall building is nearly 1,100 feet tall. The Wilshire Grand Center is a 73-floor skyscraper that is home to the InterContinental Hotel in Downtown LA. Many visitors frequent this location not only due to its height but also for its prestige. The City of Angels never sleeps, and there are always many activities in store for guests. The hotel bases itself in the tallest building, not just because it is a great marketing technique, but due to its proximity to many different amenities. Los Angeles is one of the largest metropolises in the country, so those that are looking for room and board frequently search for prime locations such as the Intercontinental to make the most of their stay.

Georgia

In the city of Atlanta, there is a supertall skyscraper called the Bank of America Plaza that stands 1,023 feet tall. It is a large commercial center that holds many venues and offices and has 55 stories of space available for those that are looking to open their new brick-and-mortar business in one of the most prestigious offices in Georgia. Many large companies rent out space in this building to provide their employees with the comfort of ergonomics and transportation, as it is extremely close to the downtown core and public transportation.

Tallest Building by State 2024

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State
Tallest Building
Height (ft)
City
AlabamaRSA Battle House Tower745Mobile
AlaskaConoco-Phillips Building296Anchorage
ArizonaChase Tower483Phoenix
ArkansasSimmons Tower546Little Rock
CaliforniaWilshire Grand Center1,100Los Angeles
ColoradoRepublic Plaza714Denver
ConnecticutCityPlace I535Hartford
Delaware1201 North Market Street360Wilmington
District of ColumbiaD.C.NaNWashington
FloridaPanorama Tower868Miami
GeorgiaBank of America Plaza1,023Atlanta
HawaiiThe Central Ala Moana435Honolulu
IdahoEighth & Main323Boise
IllinoisWillis Tower1,451Chicago
IndianaSalesforce Tower811Indianapolis
Iowa801 Grand630Des Moines
KansasEpic Center325Wichita
Kentucky400 West Market549Louisville
LouisianaHancock Whitney Center697New Orleans
MaineSaint Joseph's Church235Biddeford
Maryland100 Light529Baltimore
MassachusettsJohn Hancock Tower790Boston
MichiganDetroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center727Detroit
MinnesotaIDS Tower792Minneapolis
MississippiBeau Rivage Casino Hotel347Biloxi
MissouriOne Kansas City Place624Kansas City
MontanaFirst Interstate Center272Billings
NebraskaFirst National Bank Tower634Omaha
NevadaResorts World Las Vegas679Winchester[D]
New HampshireCity Hall Plaza275Manchester
New Jersey99 Hudson900Jersey City
New MexicoAlbuquerque Plaza351Albuquerque
New YorkOne World Trade Center1,776New York City
North CarolinaBank of America Corporate Center871Charlotte
North DakotaNorth Dakota State Capitol242Bismarck
OhioKey Tower947Cleveland
OklahomaDevon Energy Center850Oklahoma City
OregonWells Fargo Center546Portland
PennsylvaniaComcast Technology Center1,121Philadelphia
Rhode IslandIndustrial National Bank Building428Providence
South CarolinaCapitol Center349Columbia
South DakotaCenturyLink Tower174Sioux Falls
Tennessee333 Commerce617Nashville
Texas600 Travis1,002Houston
UtahWells Fargo Center422Salt Lake City
VermontDecker Towers124Burlington
VirginiaThe Westin Virginia Beach Town Center 508Virginia Beach
WashingtonColumbia Center933Seattle
West VirginiaWest Virginia State Capitol293Charleston
WisconsinU.S. Bank Center601Milwaukee
WyomingWyoming Financial Center148Cheyenne
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Tallest Building by State 2024

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