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About Manchester

110,209 in city
7,609,358 in metro
90 km² (35 mi²)
79.8585710802 m
Manchester, the largest city in the state, is located in the south central part of New Hampshire. Brick textile mills from the industrial revolution era line the banks of the Merrimack River giving Manchester its New England mill town character. Most of these buildings have been converted into office space for the thriving high-tech economy or into residential lofts. The city is the only in the state to have modern high-rise office towers.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
76 All Buildings

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 City Hall Plaza 275 ft 1992
2 Brady Sullivan Plaza 259 ft 1973
3 Brady Sullivan Tower 180 ft 1951
4 Citizens Bank Building 131 ft 1914
5 Pariseau High-Rise 126 ft 1973