The 15 Best Skylines In The United States [High Quality Photos]

People love to debate which city in the United States has the best skyline. New York City will almost always come out on top but beyond the Big Apple there are some stunning skylines. We went through and ranked the 15 best skylines according to the number of buildings over 500 feet tall.

#15 Minneapolis, MN

8 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#13 Jersey City, NJ

9 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#13 Pittsburgh, PA

9 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#12 Philadelphia, PA

11 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#11 Seattle

13 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#10 Las Vegas

15 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#9 Boston, MA

16 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#8 San Francisco, CA

18 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#6 Atlanta, GA

19 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#6 Dallas, TX

19 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#5 Los Angeles, CA

22 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#4 Houston, TX

29 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#3 Miami, FL

36 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#2 Chicago, Il

105 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

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#1 New York, NY

204 buildings taller than 500 feet tall.

Lower Manhattan

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Midtown Manhattan

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