101 Hudson StreetEdit profile
The Merrill Lynch Building (101 Hudson Street) is the second-tallest building in Jersey City, New Jersey. It is 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. Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., AIG, and Deloitte & Touche are among the tenants. This building was designed by Brennan Beer Gorman / Architects LLP. 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. Upper floors have unobstructed views of Manhattan to the east. Views south include New York Bay and the Statue of Liberty, however, some perspectives are blocked by either the Goldman Sachs Tower or two new residential high rises just south. 101 Hudson St. is within the section of Jersey City known as Exchange Place.