A 50-story skyscraper would therefore be 50x3.3x3.28 = 541 feet tall. The Burj Khalifa rises 828 feet - or 2 miles - making it the tallest building in the world.

What is the cost of a 50-story building?

Number of Units | Average Cost Range |
---|---|

50 | $7-$50 million |

100 | $20-$150 million |

This is usually roughly 10 feet (3–3.1 m) in total. It can, however, vary. As a result, 7 storeys = 7*10 = 70 feet (21 metres approx.). Storey-Wikipedia is the source. Here are several formulas for estimating the number of storeys in various types of buildings:

For example, a 6-storey walkup has 3 floors above **ground level** and 3 floors below. A 5-storey apartment building has 2 floors above ground and 3 floors below. A 4-storey apartment building has 1 floor above ground and 4 floors below. A 3-storey apartment building has 0 floors above ground and 3 floors below. A 2-storey apartment building has 0 floors above ground and 2 floors below.

In general, an office building will have more than one floor above ground level and any number of floors below. A shopping mall will usually only have one floor above ground level. A house will usually have only one floor.

If you need to know how many meters up or down a building is, multiply the height by 8. For example, a 10-meter-high building is 80 meters high. An elevator takes you straight to the top!

The sky is the limit when it comes to the number of stories an apartment building can have. Some skyscrapers have hundreds of rooms on each floor! That means they can have hundreds or even thousands of feet above ground level!

The 52-story, 809-foot (246.8 m) structure is the 28th highest in New York City and the 59th tallest in the United States. The H&M Building was completed in 1989 and has 800,000 square feet (73,600 m²) of office space.

It is located at 200 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan's West 30th Street District. The H&M Building stands on land that was home to two other skyscrapers before it was developed: the 581-foot (178 m) American Radiator Service Building, which was demolished in 1969, and the 798-foot (251 m) Pan-American Life Insurance Company Building, which was demolished in 1976.

The H&M Building houses **several offices** of H&M Holdings, a Swedish fashion retailer with **more than 100 stores** worldwide. It also contains a number of luxury brands including **Alexander McQueen**, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Céline, Chloé, Dior, Fendi, Gucci, Hermès, Jimmy Choo, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent.

"15 meters" is the most plausible estimate for the height of a two-story home. A 15-meter house would be about 50 feet high.

The median height of houses in **the United States** is less than 20 feet, so it's possible to have a house that is 10 stories tall. The Empire State Building is 1,454 feet tall - 10 stories.

But it's unlikely that any house in the world is taller than 30 stories because people start having problems getting around inside the building. Also, buildings need to be supported by scaffolding at the top if they are too tall.

The Skyline Tower in Tokyo is 33 stories tall. It was completed in 1990 and has **652 apartments**. The apartment price range is very low compared to other cities in Japan - about $20 per **square meter** (sq ft).

There are no official measurements for skyscrapers because they can be anything from **lower than 20 feet** to over 300 feet high. But most people assume that a story means the height of **a regular building unit**, which in America is usually between 4 and 8 feet tall. So a 15-story building would have 150 such units or 375 feet total height.