The third best skyline in this hemisphere needs a supertall (minus CN tower)
We've had one since 1975 it's called the First Canadian Place. If you're still not convinced, here's what i consider proof:
Take note that the building on the right which is The New York Times Building Is somehow considered a supertall on Wikipedia but as you can clearly see this couldn't possibly be true and get this, the roof height of the building is 227.4 m, that's right it doesn't even reach 240 meters which is 10 meters underneath 250 meters while the first canadian place not only reaches 290 meters but it's over 295 meters tall! not to mention atop that there's an even thicker antenna reaching over 350 meters.
But let me illustrate to everyone my new decision. In trade for no longer including spires as official height there will now be a 10 meter allow limit for buildings 10 meters short of 300 meters. All buildings 290 meters or more now round up and are considered Supertalls! But spires are left out because they are indeferenchiadable from antennas and don't realistically make a building any taller except for maybe the odd very thick spire which are very uncommon...(Actually One small example of this is the Empire state buildings spire which counts because it's bulk size and habitable floors making is a 381 m tall building) From the eyes point of view 98% on average of people see a building with a higher roof height as taller than those with a higher height with spires/antennas.
Behold!! This is just North America and the West:
I am Coining this new SuperTall logic as of today, January 6th 2019 as I feel strongly that the dirty Rich Corporate industry cannot be trustworthy valid deciders of what the Official height of a building should be because I know this for sure for more reasons than i could ever type in this post. But most of all I know how the dirty rich mindstate works and i can tell you one thing, we the people are capable of making better decisions than they are! The suit people will never even overlook what official height is because well... they're busy making money and doing business.
As for these.... I'll admit the Chrysler building comes close i'm not sure whether it's supertall since it's roofspire comes close
Here's a comparison that i thought i should note to:
Ok ok so i can't make something official but all we needed was common sense. what do you guys think of my new idea?