The following is a list of the top-three tallest buildings in Wisconsin. At number one stands the U.S. Bank Center, at a surprisingly short 601 feet (183 meters). It was built in 1973 and is located in the city of Milwaukee. It has 42 floors. It was previously known as the First Wisconsin Center from 1973 to 1992 and the Firstar Center from 1992 to 2002. The building won a Distinguished Building Award from the Chicago Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 1974. At number two stands the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons, at 550 feet (167 meters). It was built in 2017 and is also located in Milwaukee. It has 32 floors. The Northwestern Mutual Tower is the largest office building in Wisconsin and is mostly made of glass. It is located a block east across Wisconsin Avenue, from the aforementioned U.S. Bank Center. Finally, at number three, we have the 100 East Wisconsin, which is around the same height in meters as number two, being only a foot shorter. 100 East Wisconsin has 37 floors and was built in 1989. It was also built in Milwaukee and was designed as a postmodern version of old German vernacular architecture, being built on the site of the former 14-story Pabst skyscraper.