Brooklyn, the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, contains over 50 high-rises that stand taller than 295 feet (90 m). Brooklyn Point, a condominium tower in the Downtown neighborhood of the borough, is Brooklyn's tallest building at 720 feet (219 m). The Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower in Fort Greene, at 512 feet (156 m), was the tallest building in Brooklyn for 80 years from its completion in 1929 until 2009, when The Brooklyner was topped out at 514 feet (157 m).

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  • Brooklyn, the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, contains over 50 high-rises that stand taller than 295 feet (90 m). Brooklyn Point, a condominium tower in the Downtown neighborhood of the borough, is Brooklyn's tallest building at 720 feet (219 m). The Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower in Fort Greene, at 512 feet (156 m), was the tallest building in Brooklyn for 80 years from its completion in 1929 until 2009, when The Brooklyner was topped out at 514 feet (157 m). (en)
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  • Brooklyn, the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, contains over 50 high-rises that stand taller than 295 feet (90 m). Brooklyn Point, a condominium tower in the Downtown neighborhood of the borough, is Brooklyn's tallest building at 720 feet (219 m). The Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower in Fort Greene, at 512 feet (156 m), was the tallest building in Brooklyn for 80 years from its completion in 1929 until 2009, when The Brooklyner was topped out at 514 feet (157 m). (en)
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  • List of tallest buildings in Brooklyn (en)
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