List of tallest buildings in New Jersey

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Skyline of Jersey City on the Hudson Waterfront

This list of tallest buildings in New Jersey ranks skyscrapers and high-rises in the U.S. state of New Jersey by height. The tallest building in New Jersey is the residential 99 Hudson Street in Jersey City, which topped out at 889 feet (271 m) in September 2018.[1] 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 state's tallest commercial building. It is also the 69th-tallest building in the United States. The tallest building in New Jersey outside Jersey City is the 57-story Ocean Resort Casino, which rises 709 ft (216 m) in Atlantic City and ranks as the second-tallest casino tower in the United States.

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks New Jersey skyscrapers that stand at least 100 meters (330 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year City Notes
1 99 Hudson Street 99 Hudson St Under Construction.jpg 889 ft (271 m) 79 2018 Jersey City [2]
2 30 Hudson Street 30hudson.jpg 781 ft (238 m) 42 2004 Jersey City 69th-tallest building in the US. [3][4]
3 URBY Harborside Tower I URL Harborside Tower I April 2016.png 713 ft (217 m) 69 2017 Jersey City Second-tallest building in Jersey City. Topped out in September 2015.[5][6]
4 Ocean Resort Casino Revel Atlantic City from boardwalk.jpg 709 ft (216 m) 57 2012 Atlantic City Tallest building in Atlantic City since 2012 and the second-tallest casino tower in the United States. Formerly known as Revel.[7][8]
5 Journal Squared Tower I JournalSquared(Tower1).jpg 574 ft (175 m) 54 2017 Jersey City Completed in 2017, and part of a three tower complex.[9][10]
6 101 Hudson Street 101 Hudson Street Jersey City.JPG 548 ft (167 m) 42 1992 Jersey City Tallest building constructed in New Jersey in the 1990s.[11][12]
7 Trump Plaza SS 03172011 Trump Plaza.JPG 550 ft (162 m) 55 2008 Jersey City [13][14]
8 Newport Tower Jersey-city-new-jersy-night.jpg 531 ft (162 m) 36 1991 Jersey City [15][16]
9= 70 Columbus 530 ft (160 m) 50 2015 Jersey City [17]
9= 90 Columbus 530 ft (160 m) 50 2018 Jersey City [18]
11 Harrahs Waterfront Tower Harrahs Atlantic City.jpg 525 ft (160 m) 45 2008 Atlantic City [19][20][21]
12= 70 Greene Street 77 Hudson Greene fr York & Hudson JC jeh.jpg 500 ft (150 m) 50 2010 Jersey City [22]
12= 77 Hudson Street 77 Hudson Greene fr York & Hudson JC jeh.jpg 500 ft (150 m) 50 2009 Jersey City [23]
14= The Modern 1 ModernFortLee092013 03.jpg 496 ft (151 m) 47 2012 Fort Lee [24][25][26][27][28][29][30]
14= The Modern 2 496 ft (151 m) 47 2018 Fort Lee
16 Exchange Place Center Exchange Place Center Jersey City.JPG 490 / 149 30 1989 Jersey City Tallest building constructed in New Jersey in the 1980s.[31][32]
17 Trump Bay Street 484 ft (148 m) 50 2016 Jersey City [33]
18 Harborside Plaza 5 480 / 146 34 2002 Jersey City [34][35]
19 Hard Rock Hotel and Casino North Tower Chairmans Tower AC NJ.jpg 470 / 140 45 2008 Atlantic City [36][37][38]
20 National Newark Building National Newark Building.jpg 465 / 142 34 1931 Newark Tallest building constructed in New Jersey in the 1930s and tallest building in Newark since 1931.[39][40][41]
21 The Water Club at Borgata Water Club AC NJ.jpg 457 / 139 38 2008 Atlantic City [37][42][43]
22= M2 @ Marbella 450 ft (137 m) 38 2016 Jersey City [44]
22= Southampton Apartments Towers of America Jersey City.JPG 450 / 137 36 2000 Jersey City [45][46]
22= Atlantic Apartments 450 / 137 36 1998 Jersey City [47][48]
22= Riverside Apartments 450 / 137 33 1998 Jersey City [49][50]
22= East Hampton Apartments 450 / 137 33 1999 Jersey City [51][52]
27 Eleven 80 Eleven 80-1180 Raymond Boulevard-Newark.jpg 448 / 137 35 1930 Newark [53][54]
28 The Palisades ThePalisades(highrise)FortLee 02.jpg 445 ft (136 m) 41 2001 Fort Lee [55]
29 The Ellipse 445 ft (136 m) 41 2017 Jersey City [56]
30 Crystal Point 436 / 133 42 2009 Jersey City [57]
31 Borgata Hotel and Casino Borgata.jpg 431 / 131 43 2003 Atlantic City [58][59]
Trump Taj Mahal Casino Hotel Trump Taj Mahal.jpg 429 / 131 41 1990 Atlantic City [60][61]
Marbella Apartments 427 / 130 40 2003 Jersey City [62][63]
Galaxy Towers Galaxy-towers.jpg 415 feet (126 m) 44 1971 Guttenberg [64]
Liberty View Towers East 380 / 116 36 2003 Jersey City [65][66]
Liberty View Towers West 380 / 116 36 2003 Jersey City [67][68]
Bally's Atlantic City Bally's Dennis and Claridge Towers.jpg 375 / 114 37 1989 Atlantic City [69][70]
The One 375 ft (114 m) 35 2015 Jersey City [71]
Prudential Plaza Building Prudential Plaza - Newark - Four Corners.jpg 374 / 114 24 1960 Newark Tallest building constructed in New Jersey in the 1960s.[72][73]
Camden City Hall Camden City Hall NJ.JPG 371 / 113 18 1931 Camden Tallest building in Camden since 1931.[74][75] Tallest building in the Philadelphia metropolitan area that is located outside of Philadelphia.[76]
The Claridge Claridge Hotel - Atlantic City, NJ.JPG 370 / 110 24 1930 Atlantic City [77][78]
The Stonehenge 8.7.09BraddockParkByLuigiNovi20.jpg 369 ft (112 m) 34 1967 North Bergen [79]
Parker Imperial ParkerImperialBlvdEastNorthBergen.tiff 366 ft (112 m) 30 1973 Boulevard East
North Bergen
[80]
80 Park Plaza PSE&G 4.JPG 360 / 110 26 1980 Newark [81][82]
Ocean Club East Tower Ocean Club AC NJ.jpg 360 / 110 34 1984 Atlantic City [83]
Ocean Club West Tower Ocean Club AC NJ.jpg 360 / 110 34 1984 Atlantic City [84]
One Gateway Center Gateway One @ Newark Penn Station.JPG 359 / 109 30 1971 Newark Tallest building constructed in New Jersey in the 1970s.[85][86]
Riviera Towers Riveria(highrise)BlvdEastWNY.jpg 359 ft (109 m) 38 1965 West New York [87]
Zion Towers Zion Tower Newark (Weequahic).jpg 351 ft (107 m) 28 1969 Newark [88]
Resorts Renedezvous Tower Resorts Atlantic City - Rendezvous Tower, night.jpg 348 / 106 27 2004 Atlantic City [89]
The Plaza ThePlaza(highrise)FortLee 01.jpg 347.2 ft (105.8 m) 32 1975 Fort Lee [90]
The Colony TheColony(highrise)FortLee 02.jpg 347.2 ft (105.8 m) 32 1972 Fort Lee [91]
The Flagship Resort Flagship AC NJ.jpg 336.5 ft (102.6 m) (estimated) 32 1988 Atlantic City [92]
River Ridge RiverRidge(highrise)FortLee 03.jpg 336.4 ft (102.5 m) 31 1985 Fort Lee
Century Towers Century(high-rise)FortLee 02.jpg 336.4 ft (102.5 m) 31 1981 Fort Lee [93]
Aquablu 331 / 101 32 2009 Jersey City [94]
Newark Legal Center Newark Legal Center @ Raymond Blvd..JPG 329 / 100 20 2000 Newark [95][96]

Timeline of tallest buildings since 1910[edit]

Years tallest Name Image Height
ft / m
Floors Year completed City Notes
1910-1923 Firemen's Insurance Building Firemen's Insurance Building Four Corners Newark 03.jpg 205 ft (62 m) 19 1910 Newark [97][98]
1923-1926 Bamberger's/WWOR- Bamburgers Newark (Washington Street) 02.JPG 226 ft (69 m) 14 1923 Newark [99]
1926-1930 Military Park Building Military Park Building-PSEG Plaza-Newark.jpg 266 ft (81 m) 21 1926 Newark [100]
1930-1931 Eleven 80 Eleven 80-1180 Raymond Boulevard-Newark.jpg 448 / 137 35 1930 Newark
1931-1989 National Newark Building National Newark Building.jpg 465 / 142 34 1931 Newark
1989–1991 Exchange Place Center Exchange Place Center Jersey City.JPG 490 / 149 30 1991 Jersey City
1991–1992 Newport Tower Jersey-city-new-jersy-night.jpg 531 / 162 36 1992 Jersey City
1992-2004 101 Hudson Street 101 Hudson Street Jersey City.JPG 548 / 167 42 1992 Jersey City
2004–2018 30 Hudson Street 30hudson.jpg 781 / 238 42 2004 Jersey City Tallest non-residential building in New Jersey.
2018- Present 99 Hudson Street 99 Hudson St Under Construction.jpg 900 ft (270 m) 79 2018 Jersey City Topped out in September 2018. Due to open in 2019.

See also[edit]

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