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FiguresHeight: Architectural 229.2 m / 752 ft Height: To Tip 229.2 m / 752 ft Floors Above Ground 51
FactsOfficial Name 787 Seventh Avenue Other Names Equitable Center, AXA Center, AXA Equitable Tower Structure Type Building Status Completed Country United States City New York City Street Address & Map 787 7th Avenue Postal Code 10019 Building Function office Structural Material steel Completion 1985 Official Website 787 7th Ave.
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildingsRegional Ranking #113 Tallest in North America National Ranking #98 Tallest in United States City Ranking #40 Tallest in New York City
Companies InvolvedOwner CommonWealth Partners Architect • Design Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates Structural Engineer • Design Severud Associates Consulting Engineers Main Contractor Turner Construction Company Other Consultant • Property Management CBRE
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