One World Trade Center is the world's fourth tallest building.


One World Trade Center has opened for business over 13 years after the original towers were destroyed on 9/11. Costing $3.8 billion the 104 story tower stand 541 metres tall. This chart shows how it compares with the tallest buildings worldwide.

Infographic: One World Trade Center is the world's fourth tallest building.  | Statista
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