One great construction feat is building one of the tallest buildings in the U.S. A structure of that magnitude can define a skyline and city. Here are the three tallest buildings in the U.S. and the history behind how they were constructed.
The history behind the 3 tallest buildings in the U.S.
Every structure has a story. It’s important to know how things were built and how much work went into creating some of the country’s most iconic places, whether it’s the history behind popular Seattle landmarks or the most famous music venues in the U.S. A lot of our customers got into construction because they wanted to have a hand in building places that people will visit and enjoy for a long time.
One World Trade Center
Height: 1,792 feet
Construction cost: $3.9 billion
Height: 1,729 feet
Construction cost: $150 million
432 Park Avenue
Height: 1,396 feet
Construction cost: $1.25 billion
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