Manhattan is home to 82 of the top 100 office properties when it comes to highest tax bill last year, according to a new survey by PropertyShark and CommercialEdge data, based on public records.

These assets generated roughly $2.2 billion in property tax revenue, accounting for 84% of the total contributed by all 100 properties in the ranking. They were led by the 1.9-million-square-foot General Motors Building in Midtown owned by Boston Properties, which paid roughly $79.7 million in property taxes in 2022. That’s approximately $14 million more than the runner-up, the MetLife Building, at $65 million, according to the report.

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