Talk:List of tallest buildings in Upstate New York

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This is a stupid list. "Upstate New York" is not a specific region and does there are no agreed upon borders for what should be considered upstate New York. North of the northern limit of the Bronx? North of Westchester county? Someone seems to have thought Yonkers shouldn't have been included. I'm also quite sure buildings are missing from this list, rendering it useless. There are buildings in Utica, Binghamton and Albany that are not listed here, and there are buildings on various college campuses that would rank but that are not located in one of the four cities mentioned. This article should be deleted because it is arbitrary to exclude New York City from the state of New York based on the fact that is has a large number of buildings.

What college building is over 290 feet? You mention Binghamton, probably thinking of that office building there, not by a long shot, and Utica definitely has none. Daniel Christensen (talk) 14:10, 9 September 2011 (UTC)[]

Tallest buildings in Upstate New YorkEdit

You can't forget the Turning Stone Resort & Casino hotel tower at 21 stories. It is owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York. And as for the term "upstate new york" being Westchester county...that's retarded. That area would be considered "Upper Hudson Valley."Carpy251 (talk) 06:23, 3 August 2011 (UTC)[]

Casino tower is no more than 250 feet. Daniel Christensen (talk) 14:10, 9 September 2011 (UTC)[]

11 Lawton StreetEdit

This toewr isn't built yet but it will also be the tallest in Upstate NY, and maybe all of NY outside of NYC because Long Island doesn't have any other than Queens and Brooklyn, which are still NYC.

48 floors and 605 feet (184 m), beating One Seneca Tower and Erastus Corning Tower by height and floor count.

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