The third tallest condominium in the United States is going up in Jersey City, New Jersey. With all of the hype these past few weeks about Manhattan’s Hudson Yards, little attention has been paid to the development on the New Jersey side.
99 Hudson, a 79-story condominium is rising directly across from the World Trade Center. Soaring 900 feet the under-construction tower is the tallest building in New Jersey, and the views may be even better from the New Jersey perspective.
There is a monumental front entrance leading to a majestic double-height lobby with a majestic chandelier. With floor to ceiling windows the residences are flooded with an abundance of natural light and offer dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline, the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty.
Amenities include 65,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor space which includes a 3,800 square foot fitness center with yoga and pilates studios. There is also an entertainment game center, card rooms, billiards, foosball, golf simulator, children’s playroom, demo-kitchen, work café and screening room with bar. Additionally, there is a residents’ only spa with hot tub, steam and dry sauna and massage therapy rooms. The 8th floor features a 3,000 square foot swimming pool, cabanas dining area and dog run.
The prices of the condos compared to similar offerings in New York City reflect a great difference due to location! They range from $557,000 to $4.2 million. The property is being developed by China Overseas America, which selected Jersey City as its first American project.