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Green Bay

About Green Bay

105,207 in city
304,783 in metro
140 km² (54 mi²)
180.13899049 m
Green Bay was founded in 1634 by the French explorer Jean Nicolet. A thriving Great Lakes seaport, the city is linked to international shipping lanes, rail lines, and interstate highways. The city has four distinct seasons, five if one includes the Green Bay Packers, who play at Lambeau Field. Green Bay is the tissue capital of the nation and the largest meatpacking center "east" of the Mississippi River.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
73 All Buildings
57
existing
1
planned
7
unbuilt
8
demolished

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Port Plaza Towers 98 ft 1924
2 Bellin Building 98 ft 1915
3 St. Vincent Hospital - 1957
4 Monroe Plaza - 1975
5 Metreau Apartments - 2017