|Official Name||MetLife Building|
|Other Names||Pan Am Building|
|City||New York City|
|Street Address & Map||200 Park Avenue|
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|Global Ranking||#435 Tallest in the World|
|Regional Ranking||#66 Tallest in North America|
|National Ranking||#58 Tallest in United States|
|City Ranking||#22 Tallest in New York City|
|• (not specified)||Tishman Speyer Properties|
|• Design||Emery Roth & Sons; Pietro Belluschi|
|• Design||Jaros, Baum & Bolles|
|• Fire Proofing||Grace Construction Products|
|• Façade||Vidaris, Inc.|
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New York Airways opened a heliport on the roof December 21, 1965 with helicopter service to JFK until February 18, 1968. Service was restored in 1977 for a few months until an accident on May 16 which killed 5 people, including 1 on the ground. The heliport has not used since the accident.
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