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    I think they stopped!



    30 Hudson St. at sunset seen across Pier 45 at the new Hudson River Park

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    Maybe. However it looks like they finally put up some of the hollow top facade.

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    It's so tall and big that when I was walking in the streets, sometimes I had the brief impression that it was in Manhattan.

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    I'm so angry that they slowed the construction. I think that it's a problem with occupance. I think that when they stalled only 45-50% of the building was occupied.

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    What do you mean ?
    It's still not occupied. Or I misunderstood something.

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    Quote: from Fabb on 10:12 am on June 10, 2003
    What do you mean ?
    It's still not occupied. Or I misunderstood something.
    Well if they reasumed construcion that means that there are more occupans, but when that construcion stopped Goldman Sachs and a few other companies occupied only the pecentage I told you before.

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    30 Hudson is a great building! Although its not finished yet it looks great - another wonder of caesar pelli's.

    Its about time that jersey city had a proper skyline, and this is the first step!

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    I zoomed in on the top - it's a little blurry and tilted, but it helps to show what's going on up there. It looks like they're busy again.


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    That's great! I was hoping that it'd be completed.

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    It seems like it's a very delicate texture.

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    Like that of a drill?

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    The crown is finally being finished.

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    It looks great. Wish there was a bigger picture though

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    There is. That's a thumbnail from the ESBcam photo album. I don't think you can link to the full size.

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    What's amazing is that this big building has only 42 floors.
    The next challenge will be to built a 70-story WTB.
    This might have been a little sarcastic and slightly off topic, sorry.

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