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World Trade Center Resources

In honor of the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, this landing page brings together various projects, both records of the Museum's physical exhibitions and online resources and projects, that address the history of the original World Trade Center, their destruction, and the rebuilding at Ground Zero in the decades that followed.
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Bankers Trust Virtual Archive

The Virtual Archive is a project to identify, inventory, and create a database of important historical records relating to skyscrapers and their urban milieu. The database for the Bankers Trust Collection is the first phase of the project. It has been made possible by generous funding from the Graham Foundation...
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World Trade Center Rebuilding

This project is a digital version of the World Trade Center Rebuilding section in the Museum's permanent exhibition which addresses both the history of the original Twin Towers and the rebuilding at Ground Zero over the decades after the tragic events of 9/11. This content is displayed as a timeline...
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Museum from Home

Whether you’re a teacher leading an online class, a parent looking to foster a love of cities, a researcher interested in the archives, or simply curious about NYC, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. Check out our book talk archive, lesson plans (including Tower Tubes!), or virtual exhibitions from the...
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Tallest Towers

World's Tallest Towers is an online project showing a timeline of all skyscrapers holding the title of the tallest building in the world from the 1890s to the present.
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New York’s Super Slenders

​A new form in skyscraper history has evolved in New York over the past decade: the super-slim, ultra-luxury residential tower. These pencil-thin periscopes — all 50 to 90+ stories — use a development and design strategy of slenderness to pile their city-regulated maximum square feet of floor area (FAR) as...
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Ten & Taller

TEN & TALLER illustrates every building erected in Manhattan that was ten stories or taller from 1874 through 1900 – a total of 252 structures – and locates them on a historic land map, as well as on a timeline that also represents their height and use. The exhibition presents...
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Ten Tops List

The Skyscraper Museum launched a new online series of revisionist TOP TEN lists that re-present the world's tallest towers in line-ups that rethink how buildings are measured and ranked, posing new questions that try go beyond one-dimensional thinking about vertical feet. Each illustrated list includes information on the buildings' design...
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History of Height

This interactive website presents illustrated episodes in the history of height from the pyramids to the present, highlighting themes and buildings that relate to the evolution of the skyscraper and point the way to 21st-century supertalls. It examines the ambition to build high, the technological advances and engineering innovations that enabled...
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Supertall Survey

Inspired by the superior height of Burj Khalifa, the Museum measured supertall skyscrapers according to a higher standard than the common 300 meters, as part of its 2007 exhibition World's Tallest Building: Burj Dubai. Our 380+ meter benchmark was set by the Empire State Building's 86 occupiable stories and 1,250-foot height...

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