Here is a frame challenge.
Why would someone build agricultural skyscrapers instead of one agricultureal skyscrapter?
Why build a lot of tall buildings side by side when you can build one giant tall building that is many miles wide?
Natural sunlight would be insufficient anyway, no matter how the buildings were shaped to let it in. So artificial lighting would be needed anyway, using electricity generated by wind farms, solar engery, fission power plants, fusion power generators, etc. at the site of the vast farm or far away and transmitted to it by electric wires.
And why would people prefer to live in the forests in log cabins or whatever instead of in habitation sections of the vast city farm?
So people love nature and love living amid nature. Other people hate nature and would attack and destroy nature if they were close to it, so they have to live away from nature to protect nature from them. And probably the vast majority of people would prefer to live apart from nature in vast enclosed habitats.
Probably most people would prefer to live in vast enclosed habitats like moon bases or space stations on Earth, with totally enclosed ecosystems recycling air, water and food. Once such habitats are constructed and perfected, they will be far moe comfortable than living in tiny individual houses surrounded by the great outdoors.
The air will always be the right temperature, it will always be free of artificial pollution and natural irritants like allergy causing pollen and dust.
And people living in enclosed habitats with total recycling will have no effect on the surrounding natural habitat. They will take nothing from it and put nothing in it.
If you love nature, and want what is good for nature, you will want to remove human interactions with nature. If you love humans, you won't to remove them by exterminating them, so you will want to isolate them from nature as much as possible to minimize their interactions with nature.
There have been a number of questions about the acreage needed to support a specific number of humans using agriculture, hydroculture, and aeroculture.
See my answer to this question:
How can Dwarves produce honey underground?
Giving Tolkien Architecture a Reality Check: Dwarvish Kingdoms
And see this question:
How many people can you feed per square-kilometer of farmland?