"Among the dozens of towers that have blossomed along the #HudsonRiver opposite Manhattan, 70 Columbus in Jersey City stands out. Window-bay columns project from the building at unusual angles. Even the heating and air conditioning units have become design elements, their grates encircling the building, adding rhythm to an otherwise highly vertical structure. 70 Columbus, which opened in November, is the work of the #architect Charles Gwathmey and his partner, Robert Siegel. The 50-story apartment building is a coda to the Gwathmey-Siegel legacy, one Robert has had to maintain alone. Charles, 71, succumbed to esophageal cancer while the tower was still under construction. @damonwinter photographed 70 Columbus while on #nytassignment in #JerseyCity." By nytimes on Instagram.
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