That other topic got me think about the Aon Center in Chicago. Despite being the fifth tallest building in the US, the third tallest in Chicago, and looking quite a bit like a WTC tower, I had never heard of it until I actually moved here (and I had no idea it was taller than the John Hancock Center until a couple days ago).
So here are the 12 tallest buildings in the US (why 12? Because they’re all over 1,000 ft).
Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower)
Trump International Hotel and Tower
Empire State Building
Bank of America Tower
John Hancock Center
New York Times Tower
Bank of America Plaza
U.S. Bank Tower
AT&T Corporate Center
JP Morgan Chase Tower
How many of them do you recognize? By recognize I mean you know what city they are in and have at least a general idea of what it looks like. And the Aon Center doesn’t count unless you knew about it before the OP.
I only know six, and that’s mainly from living in Chicago (and I’m still missing one).
Edit: That was not meant to be a multiple choice poll. Play nice.