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What are the tallest buildings that shape the U.S. Skyline?

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Skyscrapers have long been one of mankind’s most prolific achievements. Within that rarified air, there are 10 buildings that truly stand out.

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What are the tallest buildings that shape the U.S. Skyline?

  1. 1. Look up! Skyscrapers are human kind’s attempt to touch the clouds. Within that rarified air, there are 10 buildings that truly stand out. Our latest Skyline report details those tallest buildings and much more. www.jll.com/skyline One World Trade Center, New York A bold addition to the Skyline, the building stands as a shining beacon for the new Downtown. Willis Tower, Chicago Before One World Trade Center, Willis Tower used to be the tallest building in the world for nearly 25 years. Bank of America Tower, New York The tower was designed to set a new standard for high-performance buildings in sustainability. Aon Center, Chicago The Aon Center is one of the “string of pearl” buildings that stand out on Chicago’s Skyline. John Hancock Center, Chicago One of the world’s first mixed- use tall building projects, it is also one of the most recognizable buildings. Whilshire Grand, Los Angeles After five years of construction, The Wilshire Grand Center is now the tallest building in Los Angeles and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. 3 World Trade Center, New York Spires emphasize the height and slender profile of the building both directly under it and as part of the Manhattan Skyline. Salesforce Tower, San Francisco Carefully woven into the urban fabric of San Francisco, Salesforce Tower will be the newest jewel in the Skyline of the city. Chrysler Building, New York This building was the first to take the title of World’s Tallest Building, but only held the title for less than a year. Key Empire State Building, New York Visitors can see 80 miles into New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts on a clear day. 1,776ft 1,451ft 1,250ft 1,200ft 1,070ft 1,079ft 1,046ft 1,136ft 1,128ft 1,099ft Skyline Occupied Direct Vacant Sublease Vacant Future Available Retail Parking, other use © 2017 Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc. All rights reserved.

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