Goldman Sachs Tower à Jersey City
Goldman Sachs Tower
Goldman Sachs Tower, also known as 30 Hudson Street, is a towering skyscraper in Jersey City, New Jersey. Completed in 2004, it is the tallest building in New Jersey, standing at 781 feet tall with 42 floors. It is named after its primary tenant, the multinational investment bank Goldman Sachs. The building was designed by renowned architect Cesar Pelli and features a sleek, modern design with a glass exterior and a unique angled roof. The tower is located in the Exchange Place district of Jersey City, which is known for its financial center and stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
While the Goldman Sachs Tower is primarily an office building, it is still a popular destination for tourists visiting Jersey City. The tower is easily recognizable from a distance, making it a great spot for photo opportunities. The nearby waterfront offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, making it a popular spot for sightseeing and taking a relaxing stroll. Visitors can also explore the nearby historic districts of Paulus Hook and Van Vorst Park, which offer a glimpse into Jersey City's rich history and architecture.
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