The tallest building in the US, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, and the seventh-tallest building on the planet.
The tallest primarily residential building in the world is located in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood along Billionaires' Row.
It is not only one of the tallest buildings in New York City but also the skinniest skyscraper in the world.
The city’s fourth-tallest building which rises 1,401 feet above ground, The 93-story skyscraper is mostly devoted to office space.
432 Park Avenue is a residential building overlooking Central Park. The skyscraper is 1,396 feet tall and has 84 numbered stories.
The North Tower, which is 1,270 feet tall, is the sixth-tallest building in New York City.
The Bank of America Tower is 1,200 feet high and has 55 stories. It is basically an office building in which the Bank of America occupies the majority of office space.
The Brooklyn Tower is a primarily residential skyscraper. The building has 93 stories and is 1,073 feet high.
53W53 is a 1,050-foot-high building adjacent to the Museum of Modern Art.