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American International Building

The American International Building is a insurance company. The American International Building is a 66-story, 952 foot (290 m) tall building in Lower Manhattan in New York City. It was completed in 1932 during the New York skyscraper race, which accounts for its gothic-like spire-topped appearance, a popular architectural style at that time. It was the tallest building in Downtown Manhattan until the 1970s when the World Trade Center was completed. Upon September 11, 2001 it regained the status of the tallest downtown building. It is currently the third tallest in New York City, after the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building, and the fourteenth tallest in the United States. Until 2007, it remains the tallest building in New York City never to be the tallest building in the world.

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