Tall buildings have always been symbols of innovation, accomplishment, and progress. They are large projects and take significant time and capital to construct. There is always a sense of pride when a city starts or completes the development of a new high-rise or skyscraper. These structures are the tallest creations humanity has ever built stemming into the sky from our physical world. All of them are unique in their own way and can usually be considered great works of art.
As in the real world, the epitome of greatness can be in the form of tall buildings and skyscrapers in virtual worlds. Most three-dimensional ecosystems have been around for a relatively short time period, which pales in comparison to the entire duration of existence of the internet. This shows that the construction of a virtual high-rise or skyscraper can be seen as a big feat. It supports the fact that a virtual world or city is growing and that there is finally a need for such a tall building or structure. These virtual giants serve as large monuments dedicated to the growth and progression of the next phase of the internet.
Three-dimensional high-rises will not only be seen as works of art but will also be functional buildings that could be used by many companies at once. Medium to large corporations and entities can reserve and maintain offices in these structures. Companies that have similar business models or products would be the ideal tenants in the same location as they could potentially form strategic partnerships or even mergers later down the line. Because these companies would be in the same building, they would serve the customers that much better, as the people would be able to quickly locate them and receive the best possible service. Virtual high-rises will come in all shapes and floor counts and will help consumers as well as explorers and artists. Companies that maintain a presence in virtual skyscrapers will be seen as more forward-thinking, relevant, and modern.