Today the new and not-quite-finished World Trade Center, called the Freedom Tower, outstrips the Empire State building in height.
That is, if you don’t count antennae. Antennae are a bit problematic in the building-height sweepstakes, and if the Empire State’s antenna is counted, it would exceed the height of the new WTC today but not when the latter is finished.
And then there’s the spire (are you still with me?). A spire is more ambiguous, sometimes counted and sometimes not, depending on the school of counting-thought and whether the spire contains an antenna.
Here’s a projection of what the new skyline will look like: