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Was that taken from Ellis Island or private boat?
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Taken by me on 8/26/2018:

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Jersey City's skyline rivals that of many sunbelt cities already and is growing much faster. So impressive
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Pretty sure this one has surpassed 30 Hudson St
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Zoomed a photo to get this:



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This original image is SPEC-TAC-ULAR
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This original image is SPEC-TAC-ULAR
I agree. If you download it and view it at the max resolution its nuts. Its perspective and resolution on a side note really makes you appreciate how dense Queens really is.

One of those photos on max zoom that you spend minutes looking at. Getting lost. Sign of a good aerial (one where one becomes lost and doesn't know his name by the end of it).
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wait, so this has now surpassed goldman sachs tower since those nyguy aug 28 pics?

that is quite a milestone!
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99 Hudson Street Is Now The Tallest Skyscraper In Jersey City And New Jersey



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With several more floors left to add, Jersey City’s 99 Hudson Street is almost at its final pinnacle 900 feet above street level. While the crown remains to be completed, it has now officially surpassed 30 Hudson Street, the 781-foot home of Goldman Sachs two blocks to the south, which has held the title of the tallest skyscraper in New Jersey since its completion in 2004.

The 79-story project is designed by Perkins Eastman Architects and is being developed by China Overseas America. DeSimone Consulting Engineers is the structural engineer, while Plaza Construction is the main contractor. Both groups are also simultaneously working on 125 Greenwich Street in Manhattan, which is another residential skyscraper going up just as quickly across the Hudson River.

Seen in the photo above, the facade is now beginning to change its outer look as the building climbs higher into the sky. The vertical lines and width of the Jura limestone cladding begins to thin out to make room for wider panels of glass. This subtle change makes the upper section of the building’s facade appear to transition from thick columns of limestone to a clear and almost transparent glass top, which will form the crown and upper mechanical floors when complete.
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Pic by me. From today.



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this appears to be topped out --- or nearly?
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https://jerseydigs.com/drone-footage...-of-99-hudson/

Drone Footage Captures Topping Out of 99 Hudson

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October 31, 2018


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Earlier this month, 99 Hudson topped out vertical construction; a milestone that now makes it the tallest building in New Jersey. To commemorate the achievement, the developer has released drone footage, by Jonathan Ayala, that shows off the tower and gives a preview of the views future residents will enjoy.

Raising 889 feet, 99 Hudson overtook 30 Hudson Street also known as the Goldman Sachs Tower as the tallest building in the state. According to Wikipedia, 99 Hudson comes in as the 35th tallest building in the US. While it’s not as tall as some of the new towers across the river, it offers a vantage point few others can – unobstructed 360-degree views that include Manhattan, Brooklyn, New York Harbor, Jersey City, Newark, and beyond.

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Is that a typo or has the height been lowered by 10 feet?
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