See inside New Jersey’s tallest residential tower, 99 Hudson

November 20, 2020

All photos courtesy of COA 99 Hudson, LLC

As residents continue to move in at 99 Hudson Street, new photos of the residential tower were released this month, showing off the exterior and interior of New Jersey’s tallest building. Located on the Jersey City waterfront, 99 Hudson rises 79 stories directly across from One World Trade Center. Designed by Perkins Eastman, the building contains a range of studio to two-bedroom residences, along with a handful of penthouses, with units priced between $548,000 and over $4 million.

Plans for the condo project materialized in 2014, it broke ground in 2016, and construction wrapped up last year. Now, the building, developed by China Overseas America (COA), is reporting the first 70 closings at the tower, with 150 closings expected by the end of the year.

“There’s a new energy and strong sense of community permeating the building now that so many residents have moved in,” Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the building’s sales and marketing agent, said. “The robust activity is also resonating with new buyers from both sides of the river who are ready to upgrade their lifestyle and feel confident in doing so at 99 Hudson.”

Residences boast oversized windows aimed at providing incredible New York Harbor, Manhattan skyline, and Statue of Liberty views. Units feature wide oak flooring, chef’s kitchens with Italian-made custom white lacquer cabinets and stainless steel fixtures, custom millwork, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, and Bosch washer and dryers.

Luxury amenities are found inside and out across 65,000 square feet at 99 Hudson, starting with the triple-height, chandelier-clad lobby and off-street porte-cochere. The building’s state-of-the-art fitness center measures over 3,800 square feet, contains a dedicated yoga and Pilates studio, and has a hot tub, steam room, and more spa-like amenities.

Residents can also enjoy a game room, golf simulator, screening room, children’s playroom, demo kitchen, and business center. On the eighth-floor outdoor amenity deck, there’s an 80-by-50 swimming pool, cabanas, grills, and places to lounge and dine outdoors.

In total, 99 Hudson features over 780 condo units and reaches nearly 900 feet. In addition to being the tallest tower in New Jersey, it’s also the tallest residential building in the U.S. outside of New York and Chicago.


All photos courtesy of COA 99 Hudson, LLC

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