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Queens, the largest of New York City's five boroughs by area, is home to at least 36 skyscrapers taller than 300 ft (91 m). At 673 ft (205 m), One Court Square, an office tower in Long Island City, has been Queens' tallest building since its completion in 1990. However, at 778 feet the now topped-out Skyline Tower will become Queens' tallest building upon its completion.

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  • Queens, the largest of New York City's five boroughs by area, is home to at least 36 skyscrapers taller than 300 ft (91 m). At 673 ft (205 m), One Court Square, an office tower in Long Island City, has been Queens' tallest building since its completion in 1990. However, at 778 feet the now topped-out Skyline Tower will become Queens' tallest building upon its completion.
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  • Queens, the largest of New York City's five boroughs by area, is home to at least 36 skyscrapers taller than 300 ft (91 m). At 673 ft (205 m), One Court Square, an office tower in Long Island City, has been Queens' tallest building since its completion in 1990. However, at 778 feet the now topped-out Skyline Tower will become Queens' tallest building upon its completion. The skyscraper came to Queens in 1927 with the construction of the Bank of the Manhattan Company Building. It remained the tallest building in the borough until the completion of the Kennedy House in 1964, and the tallest office building in the borough until 1990. Queens has recently undergone a high-rise construction boom, with the majority of the borough's tallest completed since 2010. Long Island City in particular has added residential units at a faster rate than any other neighborhood in the United States.
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