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Old Posted Jun 27, 2018, 5:12 PM
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The conservative looking skyline of Jersey City looks much better than a lot of new buildings in NYC. It's not all glass. Some are shaped like Art Deco buildings. Developers seem to keep it a little more traditional in Jersey City.
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The conservative looking skyline of Jersey City looks much better than a lot of new buildings in NYC. It's not all glass. Some are shaped like Art Deco buildings. Developers seem to keep it a little more traditional in Jersey City.
I take it you've missed all the Robert Stern limestone towers that have gone up in Manhattan recently? Plus a lot of other masonry clad buildings all over the city.
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Fantastic skyline.
Competes with Pittsburgh, PA.
Definitely looking good.
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Fantastic skyline.
Competes with Pittsburgh, PA.
Definitely looking good.
Maybe aesthetically Pittsburgh can put up a fight, but size wise it's already smaller than Jersey City
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Maybe aesthetically Pittsburgh can put up a fight, but size wise it's already smaller than Jersey City
Jersey City is quickly transitioning from a medium city skyline to a large city skyline in my opinion. And, the most important thing, its still on an upward trajectory.
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As a satellite city, Jersey City has replaced Staten Island as a NYC borough.
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Jersey City is definitely underrated. The PATH is much nicer than the subway; it could easily double in population if they wanted to.
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Plenty of room in Jersey City for development. There are plenty of places that skyscrapers could cluster. An art deco cluster around the Beacon development would be amazing. You would potentially have four skyline views: Newark, Journal Square, Newport/Downtown Jersey City, and Manhattan.

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The JC skyline still looks a bit disjointed but it's definitely coming together with the Exchange Place area being the core.
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As they upload I'll keep posting.

Although there were a lot of small kids in the vicinity, distracting my nirvana of the surroundings. So much yelling, when the parents really should shut them up and tell them to bask in the glory of the area and skyline(s).







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^ Nice shots! and you know we Jersey kids can be uncouth!

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Excellent update, Chris! Finally some new perspectives of this soon to be tallest in NJ.
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It's nice to see so many tall buildings on both sides of the harbor. This place is starting to look a little like Hong Kong's harbor!
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