101 Hudson Street

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101 Hudson Street
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(2011)
General information
Status Complete
Type Post-modernism
Location 101 Hudson Street
Jersey City, New Jersey
Coordinates Coordinates: 40°42′58″N 74°02′06″W / 40.716°N 74.0351°W / 40.716; -74.0351
Completed 1992
Height
Roof 167 m (548 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 42
Floor area 116,125 m2 (1,249,960 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 30
Design and construction
Architect Brennan Beer Gorman / Architects LLP
References
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101 Hudson Street, also known as the Merrill Lynch Building, in the Exchange Place neighborhood of Jersey City, New Jersey, is the second-tallest building in Jersey City, and the third-tallest in the state of New Jersey. Completed in 1992, it has 42 stories, and reaches a height of 167 m (548 ft). It was the second tallest building in New Jersey after the Trump Taj Mahal until the Goldman Sachs Tower (30 Hudson Street) was completed in 2004. The building was designed by Brennan Beer Gorman / Architects LLP.[4] Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. and AIG are among the tenants.

Upper floors have unobstructed views of Manhattan to the east, some views south include New York Bay and the Statue of Liberty while others include the Goldman Sachs Tower (30 Hudson Street) and the two residential high rises of Hudson Greene.

The building is host to several nesting sites for Peregrine Falcons, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Projection, Division of Fish & Wildlife, maintains a Jersey City Peregrine Cam at some of the sites on the building.[5]

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