This article is all about heights. How are you when it comes to heights? For me I am so-so. If I am inside a building, car, etc. I am ok. If you want me to sky-dive, mountain climb, go way up on a ladder, climb a tree, etc. well that could be a different story.

 

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I remember the first time I climbed the Empire State Building when I went out on the observation deck, even though it's enclosed by fencing to avoid any problems, I was still a bit nervous looking out over New York City. I can't even imagine how people built that building and worked sky-high putting the Empire State Building together. The same goes for bridge builders and how they could hang so high working and over water also.

This article as you can see is all about heights and here in New Jersey, we are on the hunt for the tallest building here in the Garden State. Which building is our tallest and how does it rank in the nation in the top 100 buildings in all of America?

 

 

 

 

 

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According to Wikipedia, "99 Hudson is a 79-story condominium in Jersey City, New Jersey. It is the tallest building in Jersey City and the state of New Jersey, and the 46th tallest building in the United States. It is also the tallest residential building in the United States outside of New York City and Chicago."

 

 

 

 

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According to Google, "The 42-story 30 Hudson Street, known widely as the Goldman Sachs Tower, which rises 781 feet (238 m) at Exchange Place in Jersey City" is the 2nd tallest building in New Jersey. In addition, "It is also the 81st-tallest building in the United States." 

 

In fact, according to Wikipedia, all of the top 10 tallest buildings in New Jersey are located in Jersey City.

 

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