- Every state has a highest building, whether it’s an 11-story apartment building or a super tall skyscraper reaching well over 1,000 feet.
- We ranked the highest buildings in all 50 states.
- The tallest building is 15 times larger than the smallest.
While tall buildings are concentrated in the larger cities in the US, every state has to have their own tallest building. We found the largest building in each state using data from The Skyscraper Center, a database maintained by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
Keep scrolling to see where your state’s tallest building ranks.
50. Decker Towers in Burlington, Vermont, is 116 feet tall.
According to Seven Days, the apartment complex reaches 116.3 feet and has 11 floors, making it the smallest “big” building in the US.
49. The CenturyLink Tower in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is 174 feet tall.
The CenturyLink Tower has just 11 floors.
48. White Hall at the University of Wyoming in Laramie is 200 feet tall.
Wyoming is the only state whose tallest building is a college dorm. White Hall reaches 12 stories high.
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