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Most Expensive Buildings in North America

The most expensive buildings in North America. In this way, it is possible to get an overview of the most costly structures ever built.
# Building City Floors Height Year Cost
1
One World Trade Center New York City 104 1,776 ft 2014 $3,900,000,000
2
Goldman Sachs Headquarters New York City 44 749 ft 2010 $2,100,000,000
3
The Palazzo Las Vegas 53 642 ft 2007 $1,900,000,000
4
Niagara Falls Hilton Phase 2 Niagara Falls 47 564 ft 2009 $1,000,000,000
5
Bank of America Tower New York City 58 1,200 ft 2009 $1,000,000,000
6
SunTrust Financial Centre Tampa 36 525 ft 1992 $1,000,000,000
7
MGM Grand Resort & Casino Las Vegas 30 293 ft 1993 $1,000,000,000
8
Wynn Las Vegas Las Vegas 45 614 ft 2005 $990,000,000
9
Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa Las Vegas 23 198 ft 2006 $925,000,000
10
Vancouver Convention Centre - West Building Vancouver 6 144 ft 2009 $883,200,000
11
The Bow Calgary 58 779 ft 2012 $850,000,000
12
Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago 98 1,388 ft 2009 $850,000,000
13
New York Times Tower New York City 52 1,046 ft 2007 $850,000,000
14
Paris Las Vegas Las Vegas 34 368 ft 1999 $785,000,000
15
Devon Energy Center Oklahoma City 52 845 ft 2012 $750,000,000
16
Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations Hotel Las Vegas 50 600 ft 2009 $750,000,000
17
Seven World Trade Center New York City 49 741 ft 2006 $700,000,000
18
Rush Hospital, East Tower Chicago 14 252 ft 2012 $654,000,000
19
Belfer Research Building New York City 19 ≈210 ft 2014 $650,000,000
20
Palms Place Las Vegas 47 518 ft 2008 $650,000,000
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