The Singer Tower (or Singer Building) was located at 149 Broadway in Lower Manhattan and was completed in 1908. This building was designed by Ernest Flagg and stood 612 feet tall with 47 floors. Singer held title of Worlds Tallest for 18 months until Met Life Insurance Company Tower was built. Singer Tower was demolished in the late 1960s to make way for 1 Liberty Plaza. This pewter replica stands 6-1/2 inches tall and is finished in antique copper.

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