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Tall Building Cities by U.S. State

For each U.S. state given, name the city that houses the state's tallest building.
Quiz by MattPunk
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First submittedSeptember 2, 2012
Last updatedMay 23, 2014
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State
Building
City
Alabama
RSA Battle House Tower
Mobile
Alaska
Conoco - Phillips Building
Anchorage
Arizona
Chase Tower
Phoenix
Arkansas
Metropolitan National Bank Tower
Little Rock
California
U.S. Bank Tower
Los Angeles
Colorado
Republic Plaza
Denver
Connecticut
City Place I
Hartford
Delaware
Chase Manhattan Centre
Wilmington
Florida
Four Seasons Hotel & Tower
Miami
Georgia
Bank of America Plaza
Atlanta
Hawaii
First Hawaiian Center
Honolulu
Idaho
U.S. Bank Plaza
Boise
Illinois
Willis Tower
Chicago
Indiana
Chase Tower
Indianapolis
Iowa
801 Grand
Des Moines
Kansas
Epic Center
Wichita
Kentucky
AEGON Center
Louisville
Louisiana
One Shell Square
New Orleans
Maine
Franklin Towers
Portland
Maryland
Transamerica Tower
Baltimore
Massachusetts
Hancock Place
Boston
Michigan
Renaissance Center
Detroit
Minnesota
IDS Center
Minneapolis
Mississippi
Beau Rivage Casino Hotel
Biloxi
Missouri
One Kansas City Place
Kansas City
State
Building
City
Montana
First Interstate Center
Billings
Nebraska
First National Bank Tower
Omaha
Nevada
The Palazzo
Paradise
New Hampshire
City Hall Plaza
Manchester
New Jersey
30 Hudson St.
Jersey City
New Mexico
Albuquerque Plaza
Albuquerque
New York
One World Trade Center
New York City
North Carolina
Bank of America Corporate Center
Charlotte
North Dakota
North Dakota State Capitol
Bismarck
Ohio
Key Tower
Cleveland
Oklahoma
Devon Tower
Oklahoma City
Oregon
Wells Fargo Center
Portland
Pennsylvania
Comcast Center
Philadelphia
Rhode Island
Bank of America Building
Providence
South Carolina
Capital Center
Columbia
South Dakota
Qwest Tower
Sioux Falls
Tennessee
AT&T Building
Nashville
Texas
JPMorgan Chase Tower
Houston
Utah
Wells Fargo Center
Salt Lake City
Vermont
Decker Towers
Burlington
Virginia
The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center
Virginia Beach
Washington
Columbia Center
Seattle
West Virginia
West Virginia State Capitol
Charleston
Wisconsin
U.S. Bank Center
Milwaukee
Wyoming
White Hall
Laramie
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level 65
Sep 3, 2012
You should probably not include the city in the name of the building, it gives the answer away. Also, why do you say Paradise when it's in Las Vegas?
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level 45
Feb 13, 2017
The strip is not actually in LV, in fact directly South, in the cities of Paradise and Winchester
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level 20
Sep 3, 2012
Paradise is a unincorporated area of Las Vegas!
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level 69
Sep 28, 2012
Great quiz, although not too many surprises. Paradise and Laramie were the only ones I didn't get on my first or second guess, but it was interesting to learn what the tallest buildings were. I think it would be even more interesting if you included the heights of the buildings. It wouldn't make the quiz easier or harder, but it would just be fun to compare the heights while trying to guess the cities.
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level 75
Dec 27, 2012
Not enough time when the answers are clue specific as opposed to going through the states in your head and typing in the cities you know/think are on the list. Or maybe I'm just a slow typist.
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level 68
Feb 7, 2015
It's the Sears Tower
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level 38
Jul 23, 2015
It was renamed Willis Tower in 2009
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level 68
Oct 13, 2015
I know. It's a colloquial kind of thing - everyone knows it as the Sears Tower, so nobody in Chicago really calls it Willis
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level 44
Oct 23, 2017
So 17% didn't get Kansas City Place...