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Friday, March 9, 2007

Columbus Plaza

Looking east down Columbus Drive, the Columbus Tower rises from its mid-rise base.

Jersey City's Columbus Tower, similar to the Zebra Building on 42nd Street in New York

Shops should eventually fill the street side of the mid-rise level, with parking included behind.

At the corner of Columbus and Warren:

A single story juts out over the corner of Stueben and Warren Streets; an odd edition to the building, is it a housing unit or common area?

What we assume will be the main entrance:

Washington Commons is seen in the background:

Looking up at the tower where it connects to the mid-rise section:

Looking east down Stueben Street:

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