Tallest Office Buildings in North America
Compilation of the tallest office buildings in North America - the tallest of which is the One World Trade Center in New York at 541 meters, followed by Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) of Chicago with 442 meters and at third, the Empire State Building, once the tallest building in the world at 381 meters until the late 1970s.
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With a floor area of 325,279m2 and a height of 541 meters (1,774.93 feet), the One World Trade Center, or 1WTC, is the tallest building in the United States and the seventh-tallest in the world. It is also the world's tallest all-office building with 104 floors of office spaces. Some of its reputed tenants include the State of New York, and Condé Nast Publications.
Built in 2014, the One World Trade Center, or 1WTC is located in New York City, at the site of the original World Trade Center that was destroyed in the terrorist attack on the September 11, 2001.
Formerly Sears Tower, the Willis Tower is the 5th largest office building in the world, with a floor area of 416,000m2 across 108 floors. The tower is also the second tallest building in the Americas at height of 442 meters (1450 feet).
Built in 1974, the Willis Tower is located in the city of Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Built in 1931 with a height of 381 meters (1,250 feet), the Empire State Building was the world's tallest building for nearly 40 years until the late 1970. Located in New York City, the Empire State Building has 102 floors and a floor area of 208,879m2, making it the 13th largest commercial office building in the United States. It is the 2nd tallest building in New York City, after One World Trade Center which was completed in 2012.
Standing at a height of 366.00 meters (1,200.79 feet), Bank of America Tower has a floor area of 195,095.00m2, spread over 54 floors. Built in the year of 2009, Bank of America Tower is located in New York City, United States.Compare Bank Of America Tower with Place Du Portage from North America.
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