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Monday, March 17, 2008

Trump Tower

The section of the tower where the crane was attached is beginning to get brickwork, starting at the base.

Along Morgan Street, the low rise base of the future tower appears naked without the higher components.

The parking deck is half built.

Along bay street, intimidating garage doors dominate the street:

Vents along Washington Street; the tower fails to integrate into the neighborhood without windows, doors or signs of life along Washington Street.


Monday, February 25, 2008

Trump Tower


Sunday, February 3, 2008

Trump Plaza

The Trump tower rises above other buildings in the area. To the left, the old Butler Brothers Warehouse; to the right, the recently opened Washington Commons.

Trump Plaza, Jersey City


Monday, January 7, 2008

Trump Tower

Trump Tower from Steuben and Warren Streets:

Half a parking deck awaits the second tower:

The southwest corner on Washington Street:


Sunday, September 30, 2007

Trump Tower


Friday, July 13, 2007

Trump Tower Jersey City

Trump's parking garage:

The Washington Street Facade is mostly utility access and ventilation. This is an unfortunate design flaw considering Washington Street is a main artery between Newport and Paulus Hook, better suited to retail:


Friday, June 29, 2007

Turmp Tower

The Jersey City Trump Tower

The reflection of the Trump Tower in Harborside Plaza 5


Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Trump Tower

Note: Photos from the week of June 3rd

Trump's Jersey City tower continues to rise each week. The tower is now clearly visible from the Palisades cliffs and the New Jersey Turnpike, an icon on the skyline.

The Trump Tower in Jersey City

The powerhouse and Athena tower are visible on the far right:


Friday, May 18, 2007

Trump Plaza Jersey City

Looking north down Washington St with Harborside Plaza 4A to the right:

The Jersey City Trump Tower from Washington Street

Trump from Warren Street. The Butler Brothers building is to the left and Washington Commons, a new condominium project is to the right:

Trump Jersey City over looks the power house arts district

Street level at Washington Street with the powerhouse in the background.

Looking up from Washington Street:


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