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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The Shore Club

The Shore Club is rising along the Hudson River in what is presently the northern frontier of the Newport area of Jersey City. The towers contain a great deal more glass than many of the older residential counterparts, and probably are doing a great job obstructing the views some of the earlier constructed towers had.

Below, the southern entrance of the building looking east towards New York. The Shore Club should have great views of Manhattan, except for those poor fools who get to stare at the Holland Tunnel ventalation system.

A closeup of the entrance to the Shore Club as it faces Newport Parkway. In the foggy distance is Manhattan.

Along the waterfront, the South tower is nearly complete. The North tower is beginning to rise. To the right of the picture is the Hudson River and Manhattan.

From the east looking west along Newport Parkway:

The parking garage of the complex along North Blvd looking North from the corner of Newport Parkway.

Below, the facade as it faces the Newport Parkway.

The corner of the tower facing North Blvd. and the Newport Parkway.



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