The tallest building in the world is now taller than one of the world’s tallest buildings, a Canadian skyscraper in Edmonton, Alberta.
The Canadian Tower at 1635 West 26th Street is about six stories tall, or 6,700 feet, according to Guinness World Records.
The 1635-foot-tall Canadian Tower is in the Edmonton International Airport, which sits at the end of the highway on Highway 99 in Edmonton.
It has been in use since 1972, according the airport.
It is the second tallest building on the planet after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
The 18-story Canadian Tower opened in 2017, and was built in partnership with the Edmonton Oilers.
The building is expected open in 2018, said Kristin Miller, the airport’s vice president of communications.
It will be the tallest building ever built in the United States, Miller said.
The tower is expected be completed by the end, but Miller said it could take anywhere from six to eight years.
The building is being designed by Toronto-based architects and engineers.