New Jersey is home to more than half of the US population, with some areas such as Camden, Jersey City and Fort Lee housing up to 50,000 people.
The state has more than 4 million square feet of land, but in a city with only about 5,000 residents, the vast majority of the housing stock is in new buildings.
New Jersey has a population of 1.2 million.
But it also has some of the smallest land holdings in the country, with just 5,700 homes.
It is home in part to the homes of the American Legion Post 858 and the Camden Housing Authority, both owned by the city of Camden.
The city has a total of more than 2.6 million square yards of land.
And of that, about 6,200 is in residential buildings, according to the city’s website.
It’s also home to some of America’s biggest housing developments, including the luxury condos and luxury housing developments of Trump Place and the Plaza Towers, as well as the iconic Trump Tower in New York City.
But the vast bulk of the area is in relatively new construction.
New York City’s tallest building, Trump Tower, stands at 555 feet and spans the height of the Empire State Building.
The Empire State Plaza, the tallest building in New Jersey, has an estimated 926 feet of height, and sits at 656 feet.
The other tallest building is the Empire Hotel at 446 feet.