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    Here are some renderings of 30 Hudson (875-55-2003) which is currently under construction on the Jersey City waterfront. *It will be occupied by Goldman Sachs and was designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates.







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    Thanks for the renderings, Mike. I understand it is going to be 821 feet.

    Here is the construction site on 20 October 2001.




    Another construction project in Jersey City. I am not sure what it is.


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    December view of Jersey City from Manhattan




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    Thanks for the construction pictures. *I was just using the height from Skyscrapers.com, your's is probably correct.

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    When is this going to be completed?

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    Symbol of recovery... on the wrong side of the Hudson River.

    My guess is that it'll be completed in 2003.
    Who knows for sure ?

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    Found this image of the Colgate Clock at the site of construction of 30 Hudson. July 2000.


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    Cruise ship Zenith of Celebrity Cruises on the way to 7-night Bermuda sailing. The 791 ft Goldman Sachs Tower rises on New Jersey side of Hudson River. 14 September 2002.




    Blue glass of Goldman Sachs Tower and Jersey City. 22 September 2002.





    The view on Goldman Sachs Tower and Manhattan from Liberty State Park. Buildings from left to right: Liberty View Towers, Goldman Sachs Tower, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Metropolitan Life Tower, and Trump World Tower. 28 September 2002.



    And for comparison, a picture from 5 months ago.


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    They are constructing a unique double layer on the current top floor. Is this building topped out?

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    Probably.
    It turns out it's not the 875 ft building we once expected...

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    still very impressive though ...

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    I like it. Anything by Cesar Pelli catches my attention. I kinda wish it was on the other side of the river though.

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    To think, 30 Hudson is only about 100ft taller than 1IFC, the little brother in that picture.

    And that we used to have two towers almost exactly the same height as the big brother.

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    They were as wide as the new HK super-skyscraper too.
    Basically, they were of the same magnitude, which, incidentally, proves that the era of this kind of buildings is not over.

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