New York’s latest skyscraper built with Conshohocken steel

The soon-to-open One Vanderbilt, the newest skyscraper in midtown Manhattan, was constructed utilizing ArcelorMittal USA plate from its Conshohocken and Coatesville facilities.

At 58 stories, One Vanderbilt is now New York’s fourth-tallest building, measuring 1,401 feet high. Once open in 2020, the 1.7 million-square-foot One Vanderbilt will be used primarily for offices, with some space reserved for retail, dining, and entertainment.