Okay, it's no secret.  There are not a lot of skyscrapers in the Rough Rider State.  However, we have a few buildings that might make your loins quiver if you are afraid of heights like me.  Heck, I get scared on a six-foot ladder.

So, I decided to do a little research to figure out the biggest buildings in North Dakota, and thanks to Emporis, I have compiled this list of the 14 tallest buildings.  Keep in mind, this is only a list of existing buildings.  I know Fargo has a couple of new ones under construction currently.  I based my list on feet and not the number of floors.   No surprise, most of the buildings come from North Dakota's biggest cities, but there's one exception.

Pretty good chance you've seen or been in the tallest building in the state?  Let's take a look at them.

14 Tallest Buildings In North Dakota


 

 

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