Spoonerville is located in Delaware County in New York. It has many beautiful buildings and highrises in downtown. The tallest building currently in Spoonerville is the AT&T Tower which was completed on November 18, 2011 and opened on February 3, 2012. It rises 1,068 feet with a 115 foot spire that makes it 1,183 feet tall. This city is famous for two disney characters living here named Goofy and Max Goof from "A Goofy Movie" and "An Extremely Goofy Movie" This list only shows buildings that our 180 feet and taller.
First AT&T Tower at 1,183 feet and was topped out August 27, 2011 and opened on February 26, 2012.
Next Mercitile Bank Tower was the tallest building from 1994-2011 and stands at 1,046 feet including the spire and shares height with Chrysler Building in NYC.
Third Bank of America Tower which has a unique triangle shape and stands 866 feet tall and was completed in 2005.
Currently, there is a new tall buidling being built called Griffin Center slated to be 986 feet tall and to be completed by 2016. With this building being complete, it will be the second tallest building by roof height in the city.
|1||AT&T Tower||1,183 feet||70||2012||Tallest Building in Spoonerville since 2012|
|2||Mercitile Bank Tower||1,046 feet||63||1994||Tallest From 1994-2011. Roof height of 916 feet.|
|3||Bank of America Tower||866 feet||60||2005||Tallest triangular shapeed buidling in Spoonerville|
|4||Duncan Tower||805 feet||54||1985||Tallest Residental Building in Spoonerville and Tallest from 1985-1994.|
|5||Chase Tower||725 feet||47||1990||Had a massive fire in 2007 and made a big smoke cloud.|
|6||600 Highland Street||664 feet||50||1977||The Tallest building from 1977-1985 when the Duncan Tower was complete.|
|7||Suavé Records||589 feet||44||2000||Has large disks on top of building adding 105 feet to its height.|
|8||700 Midway Street||545 feet||44||1999||Second tallest Residental Building with the highest pool in the USA on its roof.|
|9||Springwater||508 feet||38||2008||made with pink granite and limestone its a historical building to see.|
|10||CityPlace Center||460 feet||40||1983||One of the oldest buildings in Spoonerville|
|11||Mongolian Hotel||435 feet||34||1965||Oldest hotel in Spoonerville.|
|12||Renaissance Tower||400 feet||36||2004||Only took one and a half years to complete.|
|13||Spoonerville Center||360 feet||30||1978||Built in the heart of Spoonerville in the late 70s.|
|14||US Bank||357 feet||26||2015||Opened November 4, 2015. 5-star restaurant located on the 24th floor.|
|15=||Dayton Plaza I||339 feet||28||1980||Only building with 6 underground floors for parking.|
|15=||Dayton Plaza II||339 feet||28||1980||Twin Tower with Dayton Plaza I|
|17||Carson Building||280 feet||20||1958||Tallest Building in Spoonerville from 1958-1965|
|18||One Main Center||268 feet||24||1996||Original height was supposed to be 400 feet but reduced to 268 feet for money debt.|
|19||Shadowridge Apartments||225 feet||18||2004||Tallest Building outside of Downtown.|
|20||Jefferson Building||217 feet||19||1943||Tallest in Spoonerville from 1943-1958|
|21||Bawick Tower||211 feet||20||1940|
|22||Riley Co.||200 feet||16||1933||Oldest company building in Spoonerville.|
|23||Dove Building||190 feet||17||1962||One of the oldest buildings in town.|
|24||Marsen Building||188 feet||15||1939||First Double-Digit floor building in Spoonerville|
|City Circle Monument||180 feet||0||1970||Monument located in Downtown in honor of Lewis C. Spooner|
|25||Diamond Heights||168 feet||12||2016||Opened April 13, 2016.|
|26||Heinwick Building||122 feet||9||1925||Spoonerville's First Highrise|
Under Construction, or ApprovedEdit
|1||Griffin Center||986 feet||70||Early 2018||Construction Started July 2014. As of May 2016, construction was up to 56th floor.|
|2||SkyHigh||612 feet||53||Early 2017||Building topped out on April 18, 2016.|
|3||New City Hall||263 feet||20||Late 2018||Construction started August 8, 2015.|
|1||Miller Tower||734 feet||52||2019||Approved February 2016. Construction planned to begin late 2016.|
|2||Newman Building||618 feet||44||2017||Approved Janaury 2013. Construction to being Fall 2013.|