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Empire State Building, New York City . This model consists of 5,500+ pieces. . My second skyscraper based off of Spencer Rezkalla's original design. This model took close to a week to design and two months to complete. The building features rare chrome color pieces used to make a beautiful spire upon which sits a tall antenna. Completed August 30, 2009. More photos on Brickshelf The Empire State Building is a 103-story, art deco skyscraper which held the title of world's tallest building from 1931 to 1970. The building reaches a height of 1,250 ft, measured to the architectural tip. Construction began on March 17, 1930 and was completed on May 1, 1931; only a year-and-a-half later. More than 3,400 workers contributed to the construction. The project was part of a competition throughout New York City to construct the world's tallest building. Both the Chrysler Building, a few block east, and 40 Wall Street, further south in Lower Manhattan, both held the title for less than a year each, before the Empire State Building was completed. Its staggering height secured its title by quite a large margin, holding it for nearly forty years. A view of the base of the building along 34th Street. The main entrance along 5th Ave. The trademark crown atop the building is said to have been designed similar to the mooring mast of a ship. Looking down.

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