$3.9M penthouse sold at NJ’s tallest tower sets record in Jersey City
Photos courtesy of COA 99 Hudson, LLC
A penthouse at New Jersey’s tallest residential building has sold for $3.9 million, setting a record for the priciest condo closing in Jersey City’s history. As CityRealty reported, the 2,473-square-foot home sits on the 75th floor of 99 Hudson, an 889-foot-tall tower designed by Perkins Eastman and located on the waterfront.
Notably, the residence was delivered in “white box” condition, giving the unknown buyer a chance to personalize the sky-high home. In addition to its spacious interiors, the penthouse boasts an additional 1,167 square feet of outdoor space that offers sweeping views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
Jacqueline Urgo, president of the Marketing Directors, said this sale marks one of about 200 closings at 99 Hudson to date. According to CityRealty, remaining availabilities range from a $635K studio to a $1.898 million two-bedroom.
Developed by China Overseas America, 99 Hudson broke ground in 2016 and construction wrapped up in 2019. Residences have huge windows to take in those incredible Harbor and skyline views, wide oak flooring, chef’s kitchens with stainless steel fixtures, custom millwork, and Bosch washer and dryers.
Amenities at the building include an off-street porte-cochere, a massive fitness center with a dedicated yoga and Pilates studio, a game room, a children’s playroom, a demo kitchen, and an eighth-floor outdoor amenity deck with a swimming pool, cabanas, and barbecue areas.
While this unit sets a new residential sales record for Jersey City, another penthouse that hit the market this year is vying for the top spot. A four-bedroom condo at The Villa at the Oakman Condominiums was listed in February for $5.488 million, the city’s most expensive penthouse ever listed.