Exchange Place (Jersey City)

Exchange Place (Jersey City)

Exchange Place (Jersey City)

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Exchange Place is a district of Downtown Jersey City, New Jersey that is sometimes referred to as "Wall Street West" due to the concentration of financial concerns which have offices there. The namesake is a square of about 200 feet long at the foot of Montgomery Street at the Hudson River which was created by landfilling of the shore at Paulus Hook and has been major transportation hub since the colonial era.


A high concentration of highrise office and residential buildings in the city are located in the district radiating from Exchange Place, which since the 1990s has overtaken Journal Square as Hudson County's major business district and become a major business center along the redeveloped waterfronts in the Port of New York and New Jersey. The Mack-Cali building is host to several nesting sites for Peregrine Falcons. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish & Wildlife, maintains a at some of the sites on the building. The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway crosses Exchange, the other side of which is J. Owen Grundy Park, extending into the Hudson River. The Katyń Memorial by well-known Polish-American artist Andrzej Pitynski is the first memorial of its kind to be raised on American soil to honor the dead of the Katyń Forest Massacre. To the south are New York Waterway's Paulus Hook Ferry Terminal, and Goldman Sachs Tower, the tallest building in New Jersey. The......
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