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|AT&T Longlines Building|
|1425 Oak Street|
Kansas City MO United States
| - telecom hotel|
| - highrise|
| - modern|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Old antenna||452 ft||FCC #1014791|
|Antenna was removed in Jan. 2005, very rusty and in bad shape|
|Other roof||394 ft|
|This height is what skyscrapers.com lists as the roof|
|Other roof 2||331 ft|
|Roof||311 ft||FCC #1014791|
|Original height||92 ft|
|In 1948 when there were 3 buildings on site|
In Jan. 2005, the antenna, which rose up to 138m from the roof's 95m was removed. It was very very rusty and the local Long Lines people didn't want to spend more money to the FCC to keep an unused tower up so they just took it down.
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