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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Hamilton Square

The main tower largely has its new walls installed.

Hamilton Square is converting the old St. Francis Hospital in Hamilton Park in Jersey City into luxury condominiums

Below the northern face of the building which will overlook a new mid rise tower to built on the north west corner of the site. The new building will likely be adjacent to this one where there are no windows.

The big hole just north of the old tower will eventually be the foundation for new construction.

Along McWilliam's Place, the sidewalk has been restored-- formerly there were head on parking spaces. The chain link fence has been replaced with the historic style.



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