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Reach New Heights with Steel.

Take a look some of the most well-known buildings in the United States made with steel.

It might be surprising to think that the first skyscraper was erected in Chicago, not New York, but the steel-framed Home Insurance Building was built to 10 stories tall – about 138 feet – in 1885. While the building is no longer standing, its construction was at the forefront of a building revolution.

One World Trade Center, New York City
Height: 1,776 ft.
Floors: 94
Built: 2014
Architect: David Childs, Daniel Libeskind and T.J. Gottesdiener of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill

Willis Tower, Chicago
Height: 1,451 ft.
Floors: 108
Built: 1974
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Trump International Hotel and Tower, Chicago
Height: 1,389 ft.
Floors: 98
Built: 2009
Architect: Adrian Smith of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill

Empire State Building, New York City
Height: 1,250 ft.
Floors: 102
Built: 1931
Architect: William F. Lamb of Shreve, Lamb and Harmon

Bank of America Tower, New York City
Height: 1,200 ft.
Floors: 54
Built: 2009
Architect: Cook & Fox Architects

Salesforce Tower, San Francisco
Height: 1,070 ft.
Floors: 69
Built: 2018
Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

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