New York may be known for its skyscrapers, but its humble neighbor to the west is slowly but surely catching up. While New Jersey won't be getting any supertall towers anytime soon—or at least we don't think—there are plenty of larger developments coming to the state. Included on that list is 99 Hudson Street in Jersey City, a planned 900-foot tower that will, upon completion, become the tallest building in the state.
There's also a pie-in-the-sky idea to resurrect the struggling gambling industry via a giant new casino and tower outside Atlantic City. So what better a time to look at the tallest towers rising in the Garden State? This list looks at both the tallest planned towers and some of the smaller ones, from 900 to 475 feet. (We had to stop somewhere.)
*This map was originally published in September 2015 and was updated in June 2016.
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