Colgate Clock

Jersey City

Colgate Clock

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The familiar octagonal Colgate clock, facing Manhattan, dates back to 1924 when it was set in motion on December 1 by Jersey City's Mayor Frank Hague. Located on the former site of Colgate-Palmolive & Company, it is a reminder of the time when factories dominated the Jersey City's waterfront. The clock's design was inspired by the shape of a bar of Octagon Soap, first manufactured by Colgate as a laundry cleanser

The emblematic clock now remains on a lot, south of the Goldman Sachs Tower, that is leased to Colgate-Palmolive by the State of New Jersey awaiting its future. Time will tell!

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