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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Grove Pointe

The Grove Pointe tower at the intersections of Grove Street and Newark Avenue rises above the PATH station.

Along Grove Street, the tower begins to change the skyline:

The Columbus Tower, one block to the east, is also rising at a rapid pace. Below, both towers come into view.

As the Grove Pointe Tower takes shape, workers also begin rehabilitating the PATH station entrance and the park at the intersections of Newark, Grove and Columbus.

The facade of the building has been the center of online rants from local residents.



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