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101 Hudson Street

Completed in 1992, it was, for a short time, the tallest building in New Jersey until the Goldman Sachs tower (30 Hudson Street) surpassed it. The building draws many cues from early twentieth century architecture and despite its thoroughly modern construction, and is cleary influenced by the Art Deco palaces of the 1920's and 1930's. Indeed, the building even includes setbacks at progressively higher levels, a feature of classics like The Empire State and Chrysler buildings in New York, but which has fallen out of favor in more recent years.

In 2004 the building was sold to Mack-Cali, a major real estate holder in Jersey City. Currently the tower is home largely to Merrill Lynch.

101 Hudson Street
42 Stories
Completed 1992

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