The Larkin Building was a 110-floor, 368.2 meters (1,208 ft) tall skyscraper that was proposed in 1926 and canceled in 1930 at 330 West 42nd Street in New York City, New York, United States. It was going to be made mainly of stone and steel, and used primarily as office space. The McGraw-Hill Building occupies the site now.
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