Best skylines in America

1.New York City, New York 7 and 7 under construction

New York has 4 downtowns. Midtown, Lower Manhattan, Downtown Brooklyn, Downtown, Queens

Tallest building height 1,792

Average height of 5 tallest buildings – 1392

Total skyscrapers – 242

The New Jersey Turnpike is seen in Elizabeth, N.J., with Newark Bay and Manhattan in the background, in this Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011 photograph. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Midtown (Downtown) Manhattan

Lower Manhattan



Suburban skyline

Newark, New Jersey

Jersey, New Jersey

White Plains, New York

Paterson, New Jersey

Stamford, Connecticut

New York Real Estate Market trend to 2020

Slower-than-average income growth in New York is expected to contribute to sluggish gains in the city’s home prices, according to Moody’s Analytics.

3.9% growth with big dip to 1% in 2017

2. Chicago, Illinois 5

Average height of 5 tallest buildings 1,221

Tallest building height – 1,454

Total skyscrapers-116


Tallest new Building – Wanda Vista Tower 1,186

Chicago’s population actually declined last year, so housing demand is weaker (and price growth forecasts are softer) than in many other metro areas, notes Sarah Crane, a regional analyst at Moody’s Analytics.

5% with big dip to 1.5% in 2017

Suburban skyline

Des Plaines- Rosemont, Illinois


3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia 1 new Supertall

Average height of 5 tallest builings 936 feet

Tallest building height 1,200 feet

Tallest New building – The Comcast Technology and Innovation Center 1,121 feet 2018

4. Los Angeles, California 2

1 New Supertall

Average height of 5 tallest buildings 894

Tallest building Height 1,100

Los Angeles has 2 downtowns

Number of skyscrapers – 25



Century City

Tallest new building – Wilshire Grand Center 1,100

Suburban skyline

Long Beach, California

Irvine, California

Glendale, California


4.1% Percent Growth

After a construction decline, demand is still outpacing supply in Los Angeles, pushing prices upward for the next few years, Moody’s Analytics finds.

5. Atlanta, Georgia 1

Atlanta has three downtowns and the tallest building outside New York and Chicago

Tallest building is 1,023 feet

Average height of 5 tallest buildings – 841

Number of skyscrapers – 16






Suburban skylines – Sandy Springs

Tallest new skyscraper- 98 14th Street 920 feet

4.8% Growth dip to 1.4 in 2017

Job growth and the emergence of new households are expected to give Atlanta’s housing market a steady boost over the next few years.

6. Houston, Texas 1

Houston has two downtowns and the tallest out of downtown skyscraper

Average  height of 5 tallest buildings – 887 feet

Height of tallest buildings – 1002 feet

Amount of skyscrapers – 34






Texas Medical City

Tallest new building – 609 Main at Texas 757 feet

The Woodlands




0.9% Growth with a strong dip in 2017

Blame plunging oil prices for Houston’s soft 2016 forecast, the weakest among the top 20 cities. The local economy is closely tied to the energy industry, so when crude is weak, so are home values.


7. Miami, Florida

Tallest building-

Number of Skyscrapers  -31

Tallest New Building- Panorama Tower 868 (Will be new Tallest building in the City)

Nearby city or suburban skyline

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Kendall, Florida

West Palm Beach, Florida

An overheated market and shrinking buyer pool are projected to push the South Florida housing market into the red in the next few years, Moody’s Analytics says. As Miami’s foreclosed homes finally come back onto the market, they may further soften prices.

Less than .1% Growth in 2017 will only come to 1%

8. Dallas, Texas

Tallest building-

Number of skyscrapers – 21



Dallas Uptown

New Tallest Tower – Bleu Ciel 335 feet

Suburban skylines

Fort Worth




Dallas Real Estate Market Forecast

Dallas is less reliant on oil prices than other Texas cities, and has been booming recently because of an influx of jobs in financial services and other industries. But urban sprawl will likely keep a lid on home price growth over the next few years, Moody’s Analytics suggests.

Growth of 3.5% to A  dip to 1% in 2017 will come back to 3% in 2020


9.San Francisco, California 1 under construction

Number of skyscrapers – 21

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New Tallest building – Salesforce Tower 1,070 feet

Oakland, California

The Bay Area’s surging home prices come from a spike in demand from workers in the tech industry, coupled with zoning resitrctions that limit housing supply, Moody’s Analytics finds.

7% to a dip of 3% in 2017

10. Seattle

Number of Skyscrapers-16

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Suburban skylines

Bellevue, Washington

Tacoma, Washington

8.3% Growth to 5% Growth in 2017

With home values almost back to pre-crash peaks, expect a continued rebound in 2016 driven by rising incomes, new households, and job growth in a range of industries.

11. Charlotte, North Carolina


12. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Other skylines

Saint Paul

13. Cleveland, Ohio


14. Denver, Colorado


15. Boston, Massachussetts

16. Austin, Texas

New Tallest Tower – The Independant 690 feet

17. Detroit, Michigan

Suburban skyline

Southfield, Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

18. Saint Louis, Missouri

Suburban skyline

Clayton, Missouri

19. Indianapolis, Indiana

20. Columbus, Ohio

21. Pittsburgh

22. Kansas City, Missouri

23. Cincinnati, Ohio

24. Nashville, Tennessee

25. Washington, D.C area

Arlington, Virginia

Bethesda, Maryland

Silver Springs, Maryland

Reston, Virginia

Tyson’s Corner


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