A 6-story building can range from 60 feet to well over 90 feet tall. This is because the height of each story is based on the height of the ceiling of the rooms, the thickness of the floors between each glazing, and the building materials. On average, one story is about 14 feet (4.3 m) in total, but the true height varies greatly. Residential buildings can be as little as 10 feet per story, while commercial buildings can be over 15 feet high per story.
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