The Singer Building was a 47-storey office building in Lower Manhattan's Financial District that was build as headquarters of the Singer Manufacturing Company. It was the tallest building in the world from the time it was built in 1908, to the completion of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower in 1909.[1]

The building was demolished in 1968.


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New York, NY, USA
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