List of tallest buildings in New York City
Check out the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's top stories of 2016 for each month and take a look ahead ...
Lower Manhattan, viewed from Brooklyn, with One World Trade Center at right
CTBUH has determined that 128 buildings of 200 meters' height or greater were completed around the world in 2016 ...
The Tall Apple: Number of Stories in NYC Skyscrapers Might Floor You
A New New York Would Be Shorter
The borough buildings are sorted by age, height, and building class
Zoning At New Heights: Supertalls and the Accidental Skyline 8 Dec 2016, New York City – Event Join in a conversation discussing if zoning regulations ...
World Trade Center tower surpasses Empire State
Financial capital: The Financial District, at the southern tip of Manhattan, was another
These two charts, created by The Skyscraper Museum, line up buildings with the highest living spaces (and often prices!) in Manhattan's competitive ...
5 myths about New York City skyscrapers, debunked
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40 Percent of the Buildings in Manhattan Could Not Be Built Today - The New York Times
Architecture of New York City
Manhattan Profits (Part I): The Economics of the Superslim Skyscraper
... height of 1,000 ft. or taller are rumored in the press but lack definitive designs: to represent these buildings, we have placed a “?
Few, if any, cities in the world can boast a city skyline as famous as that of New York. It's a cityscape that has enthralled locals, visitors and newcomers ...
Midtown Manhattan facing south toward Lower Manhattan
A New New York Would Be Less Dense
432 Park towers over neighboring buildings. DBOX for CIM Group/Macklowe Properties
CTBUH partnered with Guinness World Records to identify the commercial building with the fastest elevator speeds and longest vertical runs.
Super slender skycraper ny
CTBUH New York: What Lies Beneath
The Department of Buildings mines its data to offer more transparency about the city's building boom
With the average Manhattan rent hovering around $3,800, it can seem impossible that there was a time when one could find a whole apartment for $500 to $600 ...
The New York Times ran an article on the shift of the highest buildings to central Manhattan. To demonstrate just how big they were, the Times took five ...
Tallest buildings in NYC, by pinnacle height, including all masts, antennae, poles, etc., whether architectural or not.
2017 Global Walking Tours: The Space Within Tall Buildings 21 Jun-7 Jul 2017 – Tour Report The CTBUH Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee organized its ...
Exterior renderings of Brooklyn Point, 212 Fifth Avenue and The Astor Apartments
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Support areas, such as car parks and mechanical plant space, do not constitute mixed-use functions. Functions are denoted on CTBUH “Tallest” lists in ...
10. 220 Central Park South (953 ft)
Height to Tip: 914 ft / 279 m. Highest Occupied: 847 ft / 258 m. Stories / Levels: 70. Expected completion: 2018
Too Rich, Too Thin, Too Tall?
Affordable Manhattan in Hudson Heights
Why 2016 Will Be the Manhattan Skyline's Biggest Year Ever
Manhattan Profits (Part II): Return on Investment for a Superslim Skyscraper
The iconic Flatiron Building, New York City, shortly after its construction in 1903
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Chrysler Building: 1,046 feet
The Flatiron Building was completed in 1902 in New York City.
Left: Trump World Tower. Right: 8 Spruce
CTBUH NYC Organizes One Vanderbilt Site Tour 6 Jun 2017, New York City – Tour Report CTBUH New York hosted a series of presentations and a tour at the ...
NYC is home to 23 of the world's tallest intentionally demolished buildings
44 of the world's 72 tallest buildings are cheating
Lower Broadway, Manhattan circa 1848. Left is south, right is north. Source: Valentine's Manual of Old New York (1919).
The New York "Future Leaders" Committee recently debated whether NYC has built too tall.
Looking north from Bowling Green along Lower Broadway, the “Canyon of Heroes”, Manhattan, circa 1920. Source: Getty Images.
The New York Times Building in 2012, showing the multitude of different styles on a single façade typical of the city's early skyscrapers
Newspaper companies wrote the first draft of the city's ambitions for tall buildings.
The New York Times Building
New York Is Not Houston: Readers Take Turn on Building a Better City