The Empire State Building stands is 1,250 feet above the ground, or 103 stories. The antenna adds an additional 204 feet to its height. The 86th floor observatory is 1,050 feet above ground, while the 102nd floor observa... More »

Facts about the Empire Roller Skating Center in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York, include that it opened in 1941 and closed in 2007. The original name of the rink was the Empire Rollerdrome. More »

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The Empire State Building is made of 57,000 tons of steel, 6,514 windows and 62,000 cubic yards of concrete. It took 7 million man hours to build the 365,000 ton structure, which has 73 elevators and 8 escalators to help... More »

The Empire State Building is used for many things including office locations and as a popular tourist attraction. It stands 1,454 feet high and was built in 1931. More »

John Jacob Rascob built the Empire State Building because he was competing with other entrepreneurs to construct the tallest skyscraper in the world. His main competitor was Walter Chrysler, who was attempting to build t... More »

The Empire State Building took 410 days to build. Construction began on March 17, 1930, and the opening ceremony took place on May 1, 1931. The pre-construction work of demolishing the existing building and excavating th... More »

The Empire State Building is 1454.16 feet high, 187 feet wide and 424 feet long. The Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world from 1931 until the first World Trade Center was completed in late 1970. More »

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