New York City real-estate search website StreetEasy recently created this informative graphic showing the fifteen tallest buildings in NEw York City, and their locations. With the exception of the under-construction 9 Dekalb Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn, all other buildings are in the Manhattan in the neighborhoods of Hudson Yards, Central Park South, Midtown, and the Financial District.
New York City, with its bravado and competitive thirst, is home to many of the tallest buildings in the country. While there are certainly practical reasons for why our buildings keep growing — a more populous city demands higher-density housing and office space, for example — maybe we also just like seeing big things get bigger? Either way, here’s a look at the tallest buildings in NYC, covering both commercial and residential skyscrapers over 1,000 feet. Don’t look down!
Check out the accompanying article for more info on any of the buildings.
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