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99 Hudson Street is now more than halfway up as of early March 2018 (CityRealty) 99 Hudson Street is now more than halfway up as of early March 2018 (CityRealty)
As you probably already know, Jersey City’s 99 Hudson Street is set to be the tallest building in New Jersey and according to data from the Skyscraper Center, if finished today, the 79-story, 887-foot tower would be the tallest residential building in the country outside of Manhattan and Chicago. The condominium venture is being pushed skyward by China Overseas America, Inc. (COA), their first residential endeavor in the United States. Inside will be 781 residences heightened by sensational views of the New York skyline and an all-encompassing amenity package spanning an acre-and-a-half.
99 Hudson Street-04 Views of the tower courtesy of China Overseas America and Perkins Eastman
View from Manhattan across the Hudson River
99 Hudson Street Expected view east from 99 Hudson Street
To learn more about the landmark development, we swung by the sales office which conveniently overlooks the construction site and showcases the postcard-perfect views of Manhattan. The sales team reports the building is now more than half-way up with roughly 35 floors left to go. As we previously summed up, the building’s one- to three-bedroom condos are priced at an average $1,400 a square foot — an incredible bargain compared to comparative spreads across the Hudson. The project also stands apart from peer NYC condos in terms of the size of its amenity package: a whopping 65,000 square feet of carefully curated spaces for relaxation, socializing, and recreation. Below is a run-down of the common perks buyers in the building will be able to enjoy.
99 Hudson Street Entrace of 99 Hudson Street via
Said to echo Manhattan's great Art Deco towers of the 20s and 30s such as 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the streamlined design was conceived by Perkins Eastman. Oriented to provide residents the best views, the architects specified a V-shaped floorplate with cutaway corners. The tower will be enclosed in a robust façade of Jura limestone from Bavaria and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Steps from Jersey City’s waterfront promenade, 99 Hudson spans a full block bounded by Hudson, Grand, Greene and York streets. Drivers can enter a private mid-block porte-cochere. Ample parking is provided within a 7-story, 681-space parking garage with designated spaces to condo purchasers.
The double-height lobby welcomes residents and conveys the world-class product to unfold. Aside from the full-time doorman, valet, and concierge, the building has seven elevators to keep wait times to a minimum.
99-Hudson-Street-model Model in 99 Hudson Street's sales office at 101 Hudson Street (CityRealty)
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The roof of the parking garage/retail podium hosts a playground (monkey bars included), lawns for sunbathing, fire pits, barbecues and cabanas.
At its center is a cross-shaped 80-foot by a 50-foot swimming pool, which will be one of the largest private outdoor pools for a high-rise development in the metro area
Screening room
Inside are two floors of amenties that include a fitness center, yoga and pilates studio, game room, golf simulators, a screening room, children’s playroom and business center.
99-Hudson-0332 Fitness Center
99-Hudson-943 Golf simulator
99-Hudson-Street-05 Game room
Besides guaranteeing captivating views of the skyline and New York Harbor, the building’s supreme location provides easy, one-stop commutes into Manhattan via the PATH train or the New York Waterway ferry. Residences offer open layouts, large closets, central air and washer/dryer bundles. There will also be wide-plank oak floors, top-of-the-line appliances in kitchens, and baths with quartz stone countertops and porcelain tiles. Delivery is anticipated in 2019.
99 Hudson Street Limestone rising along the 99 Hudson's lower levels
New Developments Editor Ondel Hylton Ondel is a lifelong New Yorker and comprehensive assessor of the city's dynamic urban landscape.