New York is the city of about 5845 of the highest buildings in the United State. Most of these buildings are commercial but they attract a large number of tourists every year. The most popular skyscrapers in New York are the World Trade Center, Chrysler Building, the American Radiator Building, the Wall Street Building, and the Hearst tower.
The World Trade Center is situated in Manhattan, New York and has the tallest skyscrapers in the western world. It is a complex of six skyscrapers, but two of them are still standing after the attacks of September 11. The One World Trade Center is expected to be the tallest skyscraper once again and it will attract more tourists to the place. The building’s external beautiful steel structure is another feature that will attract the tourists to the whole place.
The Chrysler Building is another tall piece of art lies in the eastern side of Manhattan. The building is one of the last skyscrapers built in the art deco style from both inside and outside. The granite floor, art deco patterns, steel frame, masonry, metal claddings, and eagles help the Chrysler skyscraper to be a leading example of the Art Deco.
The American Radiator Building is one of the architectural masterpieces in New York that was built in Bryant Park as an office to the American Radiator Company; then, it becomes a spacious hotel. The skyscraper was painted black and topped with bronze art deco crown to come up with a real masterpiece.
The postmodern glass tower of Harvest is situated in midtown Manhattan and serves as headquarter for Harvest Corporation. The external design of the building is made of rectangular steel frames filled with glass monitored with about 67 electromechanical sensors. The result is an extremely beautiful and high building that attracts the tourists to New York every year.