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Friday, March 9, 2007

Hamilton Square

The Hamilton Square redevelopment project is progressing quickly. The facade of the main tower has been removed entirely, and new walls are already being installed with large, open windows.

Hamilton Square redevelopment of the old hospital on Hamilton Park in Jersey City.

The southern building, remnants of the old hospital has gotten little attention so far.

The main tower from Erie Street:

The bathroom on the upper floor, visible from Erie Street for weeks, has finally been removed.

From 8th Street, looking across Hamilton Park:

The old entrance to the building on McWilliams Place and 9th Street:

The northern corner of the lot on Erie and 9th Street.



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