The eighth-floor amenity deck at 99 Hudson in Jersey City — Photo by Andrew Rugge/Courtesy: COA 99 Hudson LLC
By Joshua Burd
The developer of a landmark 79-story condominium tower in Jersey City has completed its first 70 closings at the waterfront property.
COA 99 Hudson LLC, along with its marketing team, also said it expects to have more than 150 homes closed by year-end at the soaring property known as 99 Hudson. That will bring some 300 residents to the Perkins Eastman-designed building, the tallest in New Jersey.
“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.”
Located directly across the Hudson River from the World Trade Center, 99 Hudson marked the start of sales early last year and welcomed its first residents about two months ago. It’s the newest and most high-profile addition to the Jersey City skyline, offering upscale homes with up to 2,500 square feet and prices ranging from $548,000 to more than $4 million.
Offerings range from studios to two-bedroom floorplans, along with a collection of top-floor penthouses, according to a news release. Meantime, residents have access to 65,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space, including a modern 3,800-square-foot fitness center and dedicated yoga and Pilates studio, a game room, a golf simulator and other offerings.
Outside, 99 Hudson has an eighth-floor amenity deck with an 80-foot-by-50-foot swimming pool, cabanas, grills and a playground, among other features, the news release said. The property also offers a residents-only spa with a hot tub, wet and dry lounges, steam room, dry sauna, showers, spa terrace and private massage rooms.
In announcing the update, COA also highlighted a location that is steps from the Exchange Place PATH station and NY Waterway ferry service, along with the adjacent light rail station. Also nearby is Newark Avenue, a hub for dining, and a host of options for recreation.