These 10 Interactive Photos Show How Much Jersey City has Changed in 8 Years


With unprecedented population growth, an influx of new shops and eateries, and endless construction, there’s no doubt Jersey City is changing quickly.

Nowhere else is this transformation more visible than the ever-changing skyline. Using Google Street View, RentCafe, a rental search engine, put together interactive before and after photos showing what a difference just 8 years made.

1. Marbella II – The Waterfront

Year built: 2015

2. The One – The Waterfront/ Powerhouse Arts District

Year built: 2015

3. Monaco South/North – The Waterfront

Year built: 2011

4. Crystal Point Condos – The Waterfront

Year built: 2009

5. 225 Grand – The Waterfront /Liberty Harbor North

Year built: 2011

6. Hudson Greene East Tower / West Tower – The Waterfront

Year built: 2009/2010

7. The Morgan at Provost Square and 70 Columbus – Powerhouse Arts District

Year built: 2015

8. Aquablu – Newport

Year built: 2009

9. Cast Iron Lofts I and II – Soho West

Year built: 2013

10. Warren at York – Paulus Hook

Year built: 2014

Considering that some of these perspectives have already changed since the last time the Google car drove by, this comparison could be done every couple of years.

10 Interactive Photos Show the Dramatic Transformation of Jersey City’s Skyline [RentCafé ]


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