/r/skyscrapers

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The subreddit for all things skyscraper, tower, high-rise and skyline related

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Guangzhou, China about 5 minutes ago

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2024/07/11
11:29 UTC

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Londrina, PR (Brazil)

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2024/07/11
10:55 UTC

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8th floor view 3rd st Downtown Los Angeles

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2024/07/11
01:33 UTC

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The best 5 min ferry ride in the world with views of the West Coast best skyline and my favorite skyline in the world with views of the iconic Golde Gate Bridge to top it off 🌁🌁

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2024/07/10
21:55 UTC

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Charlotte Skyline (credit: @jrdronesnet on IG)

View of uptown from south end

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2024/07/10
21:44 UTC

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Photo par la compagnie Colliers

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2024/07/10
20:09 UTC

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Photo par la compagnie Colliers

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2024/07/10
20:07 UTC

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Toronto - Prince Edward Viaduct

19 Comments
2024/07/10
19:32 UTC

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Brooklyn NY: The High-Stakes Reality of Building the Supertall Brooklyn Tower

Dedicated to Fellow Skyscraper Lovers <3 this was a fun one 😊

0 Comments
2024/07/10
17:20 UTC

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Should the threshold for skyscraper and supertall change?

The normal threshold is 150 M for a skyscraper and 300 M for a supertall. However, some people do feel that as buildings get taller, these should change. How do you feel? If you think they should change, then what should the thresholds be?

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3 Comments
2024/07/10
16:11 UTC

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Salesforce Tower (835 ft / 254 m), Chicago, IL

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2024/07/10
05:37 UTC

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Jersey city and Hoboken blending in with the lower Manhattan skyline

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2024/07/10
04:22 UTC

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Empire State Building

Chrysler Building cameo in the background.

1 Comment
2024/07/10
03:49 UTC

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Whittier, Alaska might be the smallest city in the world to have a skyline

Nearly all of its residents live in that tower block

32 Comments
2024/07/10
00:27 UTC

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Minimum height you consider a high rise?

Which of these options is the minimum height you consider a high-rise? (not a skyscraper but a high-rise). If the option you choose is not on the list, then please comment

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7 Comments
2024/07/09
16:44 UTC

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Chicago

1 Comment
2024/07/09
16:23 UTC

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