New Jersey’s tallest building, 99 Hudson, unveiled 65,000 square feet of private residential amenities, fully realizing the elevated lifestyle afforded residents of the luxury high-rise, according to an Aug. 5 announcement from its developer COA 99 Hudson.
COA says the iconic 79-story condominium tower combines a prime location along Jersey City’s vibrant Hudson River waterfront with record-setting height and views to match.
Closings continue to keep pace with sales as well, with more than 200 homes now closed and hundreds of residents already enjoying the building’s lifestyle, according to The Marketing Directors, 99 Hudson’s exclusive marketing and sales agent.
Residents are welcomed from the moment they step through the doors at 99 Hudson and walk through the dramatic triple-height lobby. There is also a private, off-street porte-cochere that provides secure access by car or foot.
Other top-of-the-line amenities include a 3,800 square-foot fitness center and dedicated yoga and Pilate’s studio, game room with card rooms and pool and Foosball tables, golf simulator, screening room with bar, children’s playroom, demonstration kitchen, and work café. The 99 Hudson Club Room features a library; flat screen TV; and lounging, dining and entertaining spaces. There is also a 24-hour concierge.
Outdoor space is provided on the eighth-floor amenity deck which has an 80-foot by 50-foot swimming pool–the largest outdoor pool in a New Jersey condominium building–cabanas for lounging, al fresco dining spaces with BBQ grills, a playground, a dog run and a landscaped green lawn.
99 Hudson also offers an exclusive, residents-only spa with hot tub, wet and dry lounges, steam room, dry sauna, showers, spa terrace and private massage rooms.
An impressive 7,500 square feet has been dedicated to open space and pedestrian plazas.
Art installations curated by New York City and Toronto-based DM Art adorn 99 Hudson’s social spaces, including a variety of mediums ranging from porcelain and glass sculptures to oil and watercolor paintings to tapestries. The cohesive collection of pieces was created by regional and international artists, with many works commissioned exclusively for 99 Hudson.
Designed by Perkins Eastman, 99 Hudson features well-appointed studios to two-bedroom homes and a limited number of expansive penthouse residences. Select homes offer balconies. The upscale residences offer up to 2,500 square feet of living space and are priced from $548,000 to over $4,000,000, with immediate occupancy available.