Soaring 79 stories into the Jersey City skyline, 99 Hudson sits directly across the river from the World Trade Center. It’s the tallest building in New Jersey and developer COA 99 Hudson LLC said Tuesday that the first 70 closings have already taken place with over 150 homes expected to be closed 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,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, 99 Hudson’s exclusive sales and marketing agent. “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.”
Designed by Perkins Eastman, 99 Hudson features a distinctive limestone and glass exterior that embodies sophisticated residential architecture.
A collection of well-appointed studios to two-bedroom homes and a limited number of expansive, top-floor penthouse residences are available. Select homes offer balconies. The ultra-luxury homes offer up to 2,500 square feet of living space and are priced from $548,000 to over $4,000,000.
Residences feature open layouts with floor-to-ceiling windows allowing an abundance of natural light and frame dramatic vistas of the Manhattan skyline, World Trade Center, New York Harbor and Statue of Liberty.
Stylish finishes include oak flooring, kitchens with quartz-stone countertops, stainless steel Kohler fixtures and a premium suite of Bosch appliances; and spa-like master bathrooms with custom millwork and Italian ceramic statuario flooring and wall tiles.
Residents can also enjoy more than 65,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities that include a 3,800-square-foot fitness center and dedicated yoga and Pilates studio. The eighth-floor amenity deck boasts, an 80- by 50- foot swimming pool, cabanas for lounging, al fresco dining spaces with BBQ grills, a playground, dog run and landscaped green lawn. An impressive 7,500 square feet has been dedicated to open space and pedestrian plazas.
99 Hudson lies a short walk from the pedestrian-friendly Newark Avenue — a hotbed of dining and nightlight. Residents also have direct access to 1,500 acres of waterfront park and 19 miles of Hudson River biking and jogging pathways.