| - communication|
| - observation|
| - restaurant|
| - tower|
| - glass floor|
| - pod|
| - revolving floor|
| - exterior elevator|
| - futurism|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Antenna||1815 ft||Official website|
|Top of the concrete core|
|Top floor||1465 ft||Official website|
|"Skypod", 147 floor level|
|Observation deck||1135 ft||Official website|
|Main observation deck, "Look Out Level", 114 floor level|
|Glass floor||1122 ft||Official website|
|113 floor level|
|Microwave receptors||1109 ft||Official Website|
|Btm. of pod/receptor||1102 ft|
Design architect: John Andrews International
The CN Tower was the world's tallest free-standing structure and had the world's hightest public observatory until 2010 when Dubai's Burj Khalifa officially took on the title.
The tower is said to have 147 floors as the internal staircase has that many levels from the ground up to the Skypod, a public observation deck.
The tower was constructed by Canadian National Railroad to improve television reception.
There was a Pepsi logo on the north side of the white ring in 2002.
The CN Tower cost $63 Million (CAD) to construct.
Member of "World Federation of Great Towers."
Edge Walk was added to the tower in 2011, at a height of 356 metres.
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