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Re: Top 10 tallest buildings in New Jersey - most in JC
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Tallest is measured in FEET, not STORIES. Goldman Sachs is only 40-stories but it is, by far, he tallest in New Jersey.

Posted on: 2013/9/24 13:35
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If the journal square project happens, wouldn't that be the tallest building at 85 or so stories?

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While Manhattan?s skyscrapers to the east dwarf New Jersey's, the Garden State has been growing its buildings taller and taller with each decade. Newark?s office buildings used to be the highest in the state, but that changed in the 1990s, with the construction of towers in Jersey City and taller casino-hotels in Atlantic City. Today, Newark?s highest peak -- 466 feet atop the National Newark Building -- doesn?t even make the top 10 list. Here?s what does (and while the top of the list is undisputed, it gets dicey toward the bottom):

To 10 of Jersey

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