The title of largest building in the world is given to the Boeing Everett Factory, located in Everett, Washington. It is an airplane assembling building that spans over 98 acres or approximately 399,483 sqm. That’s just about the size of a small 18-hole golf course, a place where most people use carts to get around.

At this warehouse, Boeing 747s, 767, 777s, and the 787 Dreamliner are all assembled. All the warehouse space possible is needed to create such large aircrafts. In the 1960s, the plans and creation of the warehouse were complete, making it the largest in the world.

Although most warehouses don’t reach these sizes, it is interesting to look and see the potential of these buildings. Those that are the largest are often used for mass distribution, or the creation of abnormally large products.