Fort Lee, NJ

This 19-story, Class A office building commands views of the George Washington Bridge from its New Jersey side hilltop perch. Within a previously approved zoning envelope, a long diagonal exposure afforded a stepped profile, giving typical office floors a row of desirable corner offices.


The building stands on a garage base that occupies the full footprint of the odd-shaped site. Clad in a combination of flamed and polished carnelian granite, the tower’s taut skin is highlighted with aluminum belt courses that reflect ambient light during the day and floodlights by night.

CLIENT: Jack Parker Corporation – New York, NY

ARCHITECT: Henry Horowitz and Associates; Frank X. Moya, Designer

AREA: 300,000 sf

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