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Thread: 30 Hudson Street - Goldman Sachs Tower - New Jersey's Tallest - by Cesar Pelli

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    How tall is it if it's not 875??

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    Some say 791ft. Others 821ft.
    I think the ambiguity comes from the hollow top.

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    Sunset at North Cove Marina on 27 October 2002.


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    Fabulous sunset pic. *I imagine it's very hard to get the proper exposure for this shot. *You want some detail in the building (don't want just a silhouette), but don't want to overexpose the sky.

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    Is it topped out? Today there was one crane on it

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    They haven't gone any higher in a few weeks.

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    Hey. *I'm relatively new here at WiredNY. *I just love the Goldman Sachs building. *However, i'm not to happy with its height. *I believe they scaled it down for reasons unknown to me. *Questions - Does anybody know its new height? *When will it be completed? *Are there any other plans for Jersey City? * - A Jersey City native...

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    This is a beautiful building!
    Too bad it's not taller. Always seems like buildings peek out around the 800 foot mark around the NYC. metro!
    Let's hope the new WTC will be the WTB!
    I also hope to see some new highrises in downtown Newark!

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    any news on this building? *It hasn't been any posts for a couple of weeks!

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    this thing is done structurally, they are just doing the cladding and whatnot....if your not happy with its height, its bigger than most buildings in downtown NY, taller that wcf; more massive than amer intl and trump

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    i've gotten so many different reports on its height, some say 821, some 781...can anybody help me! *I live in Bayonne, used to live in Jersey City, and I tell you, up close this thing is so hot. *And from afar, it look extra tall...I wish that they would stop this nonsense and building more 1,000 fters around NYC.

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    It really is an awesome building, I am curious how the top will turn out - they're almost there. You're right, the building height did change a few times, so I'm not sure how high it's supposed to be. Using long distance comparisons, it definitely looks like it's over 800 feet - I'd say that 821 number is closer to the mark. We'll know soon enough....

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    30 Hudson Street 12/22/02

    http://www.pbase.com/image/9334930

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    When did you take this picture? *Its really impressive from Manhattan. *Do you have any other news about any other proposals for Jersey City?

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    Posted by TowersNYC in Dylan's forum :

    GOLDMAN TRADERS REVERSE COURSE, WILL STAY IN GOTHAM



    Goldman's traders didn't want to leave their Manhattan location at One New York Plaza, a 2.5 million- square-foot office tower on Manhattan's southern tip.

    Goldman had planned to move all stock traders in 2004 to "Wall Street West" in a gleaming new 40 story tower under construction on the Jersey City waterfront at 30 Hudson St. equipped with its own heliport, designed by Cesar Pelli.

    The new tower will not be rented out, most of the tower's interior will be left "raw/unfinished" for Goldman Sachs future expansion!

    This 40 story tower was planned before the 9/11 terror attacks in NYC.

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