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New York Times Building


Height: 319m
Location: New York City
Year: 2007
New York Times Building

Cairo Tower


Height: 187m
Location: Cairo
Year: 1956

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Cairo Tower

Cairo Tower
Cairo Tower
Height187m
Floors90
Year1956
CityCairo

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The Cairo Tower (Egyptian Arabic: ??? ???????, Borg El-Q?hira) is a free-standing cement tower in Cairo, Egypt. In 187 m (614 ft), it has been the tallest structure in Egypt and North Africa for approximately 50 years. It was the tallest structure in Africa for ten years before 1971, when it was surpassed by Hillbrow Tower in South Africa. One of Cairo's famous modern monuments, sometimes considered Egypt's second most famous landmark following the Pyramids of Giza, it stands in the Gezira district on Gezira Island in the River Nile, near downtown Cairo.

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New York Times Building

New York Times Building
New York Times Building
Height319m
Floors52
Year2007
CityNew York City

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The New York Times Building is a skyscraper in 620 Eighth Avenue, on the west side of Midtown Manhattan, New York City.

Its chief tenant is The New York Times Company, publisher of The New York Times along with the International New York Times, and other papers. The building is 1,046 ft (318.8 m) tall to its pinnacle, with a roof height of 748 ft (228 m), and comprises 52 stories. The building was erected from 2003 to 2007 as the Times' headquarters at a cost of $850 million. The structure was designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in association with FXFOWLE Architects. Construction was undertaken by a joint venture of The New York Times Company, Forest City Ratner (Forest City Enterprises's New York subsidiary), and ING Real Estate. As of 2018, The New York Times Building is connected together with the Chrysler Building as the eleventh-tallest construction in the city.

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