Jersey City’s 99 Hudson becomes America’s third largest condominium

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There is a lot of hype about Hudson Yards, the newly opened complex that spawned a new neighborhood in Manhattan. Well Named. He’s a game changer.

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But the Hudson has two sides: New York and New Jersey. So far, there’s little fanfare about this other luxury tower, 99 Hudson, a 79-story condominium in Jersey City, directly across from the World Trade Center. This is yet another stupendous example that Hudson River real estate is booming.

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Rising to 900 feet, the current skyscraper is billed as the tallest building in New Jersey and the “third tallest condominium” in the United States, in the class of Manhattan architectural icons. Such claims are almost always contested, but there is no doubt that they stand out on the other side of the Hudson. And judging from the initial images, the views of New Jersey are sometimes better than those of New York City.

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Designed by Perkins Eastman, the building features an imposing limestone-clad facade, an elegant nod to the understated design of 1930s Art Deco-era Rockefeller Center.

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Framed by the lower part of the tower, 99 Hudson has a monumental main entrance leading to a spectacular double-height lobby crafted from Jura limestone with a majestic chandelier, onyx wall and an off-street porte-cochere with service at the wheel for secure access by car or on foot.

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Through floor-to-ceiling windows, the 99 Hudson Residences are designed to flood with natural light and frame spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, the World Trade Center, New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty.

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Each condo features open and spacious layouts with oak floors, imported Italian cabinetry, and contemporary kitchens with quartz countertops, stainless steel sinks, Bosch appliances, and Kohler light fixtures. They will have a spa-like master bathroom with an Italian porcelain bathtub. Washers and dryers are also from Bosch.

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Residents will benefit from 65,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a 3,800 square foot fitness center and dedicated yoga and Pilates studios. An entertainment game center will offer card game rooms, billiards, foosball tables, a golf simulator, a children’s playroom as well as a demonstration kitchen, working cafe and dining room. projection with a bar.

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There will also be a 24 hour concierge. The 99 Hudson Club Room will offer a library, a flat-screen TV and areas for relaxation, dining and entertainment. An exclusive resident-only spa will include a hot tub, wet and dry lounges, steam room, dry sauna, showers, spa terrace and private massages.

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On the 8th floor, an outdoor resort-style terrace will feature a 3,000 square foot swimming pool, private cabanas, indoor and outdoor lounge and dining room with barbecues, playground, dog park and landscaped green lawn. Remember, this is New Jersey, generally little known for its resort oases. Open spaces and pedestrian plazas will expand for an additional 7,500 square feet.

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Sales at 99 Hudson are underway, already benefiting from its value compared to similar offerings in Manhattan, Long Island City, Queens and Brooklyn. The city has top-notch restaurants, 1,500 acres of waterfront parkland, 30 miles of biking / jogging trails on the Hudson River, stunning views, and convenient public transportation to Manhattan (PATH trains and train terminals). ferry).

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Initial occupancy is slated for late 2019 with a collection of three-bedroom studio homes, including a limited number of sprawling top-floor penthouse residences, many with balconies and terraces. The condos range up to 2,500 square feet of living space, priced from $ 557,000 to $ 4.2 million.

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99 Hudson is being developed by China Overseas America (COA), which selected Jersey City for its first US project. “For our first development in the United States, we wanted to create an iconic 21st century residential property in a vibrant urban setting,” said Xiaocheng Zhou, President of COA. “We chose downtown Jersey City for our 99 Hudson luxury condominium because it offers all the lifestyle elements sought in a convenient and culturally rich residential destination.”


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