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How well do you know Wall Street

Can you name this National Historic Landmark in 60 seconds?

It is 60 stories (792 feet) tall

It is designed in the neo-Gothic style by the architect Cass Gilbert

It was coined the tallest building in the world when completed in 1913

It has a pioneering steel-frame structure

The entire design became a model for skyscrapers that would come after it

Have you figured it out yet?

Here's one more clue...

It has groundbreaking features such as its water supply system and its high-speed electric elevators

The answer, of course is:

Woolworth Building

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Today's trivia focuses on a historic building that was once the tallest building in the world when completed in 1913.

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  • It is designed in the neo-Gothic style by the architect Cass Gilbert.
  • The entire design became a model for skyscrapers that would come after it.

  • It has a pioneering steel-frame structure.

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