Statistics About The Average Skyscraper Height

The average height of skyscrapers worldwide is approximately 168 meters (551 feet).

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"The average height of a skyscraper in the United States is approximately 150 meters."

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"The highest average skyscraper height in the world is in Dubai at roughly 285 meters."

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"In 1930, average skyscraper height was less than 50 meters."

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"The skyline of New York City has an average building height of a staggering 38.4 stories."

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"The average height of Canada's tallest skyscrapers is about 200 meters."

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"The average height of skyscrapers in China is approximately 200 meters."

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"Average height of skyscrapers increases by 1.6% annually."

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"In 1970, the average height of skyscrapers was 190 meters."

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"There are about 4,040 skyscrapers in America that stand over 90 meters tall."

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"The average height of skyscrapers in South Korea is approximately 130 meters."

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"The average skyscraper in Hong Kong is 180 meters tall."

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"The average height of the tallest buildings in Australia is about 217 meters."

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"The average skyscraper stands at 30 to 50 stories in most U.S. cities."

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"The average height of the skyscrapers in Japan is about 160 meters."

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