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Monday, February 12, 2007

Trump Tower

The Jersey City Trump Towers are swiftly rising over the powerhouse district. It seems the western tower is about halfway in terms of height.

The southeast corner of the building:

Along Bay Street, brickwork has begun. Two colors of brick have been used so far:

From the east on Bay Street looking to the west:

From Bay Street looking south. Eventually the east tower will rise here from a mid-rise base.

From Bay Street looking due south "through" the base of the plaza:

From Washington Street looking east along Bay Street, the north facade of the building:

The West Tower along Washington Street:

More fancy brickwork along Washington, the western facade of the building that faces into the Powerhouse District:



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