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99 Hudson (Photo Credit:Andrew Rugge) 99 Hudson (Photo Credit:Andrew Rugge)
In 2018 Ming Wu, a principal at Perkins Eastman Architects, told CityRealty that the 79-story, 889-foot-tall condo 99 Hudson signals to the world that “Jersey City’s time has come.” Three years later, a 75th-story penthouse has set a new sales record for its neighborhood with a $3.9 million closing. The 2,473-square-foot home was delivered in “white box” condition, offering the unidentified buyer a chance to customize the home, and boasts 1,167 square feet of private outdoor space to make the most of Manhattan views from the Statue of Liberty to the George Washington Bridge.
99 Hudsn Street 99 Hudson (Credit: Andrew Rugge)
Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, described the sale as “notable on several fronts” in a statement, citing the challenges of the housing market and the white box home. It is one of nearly 200 closings 99 Hudson has seen to date. Remaining availabilities range from a studio for $635K to a two-bedroom for $1.898 million.
Prominently sited across the Hudson River from the World Trade Center, 99 Hudson stands apart from the shimmering Jersey City skyline with a warm limestone skin that gradually crescendos into an opaque glass crown. According to the architects, the exterior envelope was chosen to provide a sense of reserve and dignity similar to the stately masonry buildings that adorn Manhattan's Fifth Avenue. German in origin, the limestone was specifically chosen because it could withstand our region'ss harsh winters. It thereby allows the perfect marriage of utility and aesthetics, a pervasive theme that courses through 99 Hudson’s finishes.
99-Hudson-Street-056 Rendering of 99 Hudson Street from New York harbor (via Marketing Directors)
99 Hudson bests the Goldman Sachs' 30 Hudson Street to claim the title of the tallest building in New Jersey and the tallest all-residential building outside of Manhattan and Chicago in the United States. Its proximity to the PATH train, ferry, and light rail allows for an easy commute to Manhattan, but is part of a bustling neighborhood close to home. Liberty State Park and all types of restaurants are a short walk away, and Ennead Architects has just revealed plans for The Cove, a sprawling new development with a life science complex and residential high-rises, not to mention sustainable design plans, nearby.
All units have open-concept layouts with floor-to-ceiling windows, oak flooring, energy-efficient heating and cooling, and kitchens with Italian cabinetry, stainless steel Kohler fixtures and a premium suite of Bosch appliances. Each unit will also have a Bosch washer and dryer, and select homes will have private outdoor space. However, the most remarkable part of the apartments may be the views. Views to the east look towards Manhattan, and views to the south encompass the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. To the west is the urban sprawl of Jersey City, which gives way to hills and the lush greenery that earned New Jersey its “Garden State” nickname.
 
 
 
 
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While your choice of view may come to influence your choice of apartment, most homes benefit from multiple exposures. Additionally, an elevated roof deck offers another opportunity to take in the local views. Among the 65,000 square feet of wellness and lifestyle amenities (indoor and out) are a swimming pool, a dog run, a playground, picnic tables, BBQ grills, and fire pits. Elsewhere in the building, there’s a spa with a sauna, steam room, hot tub, and both dry and wet lounges. There’s also a fitness center, a golf simulator, and a screening room too. As Jersey City has a larger percentage of car-owners than NYC, one notable building amenity is the covered porte-cochère designed to shield residents and visitors from harsh weather and to provide a gracious and welcoming entrance.
Andrew Rugge Credit: Andrew Rugge

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