The luxury condominium tower known as 99 Hudson is riding a wave of momentum heading into the fall, having secured more than 40 commitments from buyers during the summer months.
A soaring luxury condominium tower under construction in Jersey City recently became a showcase for the city’s vibrant public art scene, hosting a one-night gallery event that drew local officials, artists and other stakeholders.
The developer of a 79-story luxury condominium tower in Jersey City is offering a new glimpse of what will soon become the state’s tallest residential building.
A condominium tower that is slated to become the state’s tallest residential building is off to a fast start in 2019, inking more than 30 sales in the first quarter.
A rendering of the entrance to 99 Hudson, a 79-story condominium tower along the Jersey City waterfront — Courtesy: China Overseas America/Perkins Eastman By Joshua Burd A condominium tower that is slated to become the state’s tallest residential building is…
The development boom along the Hudson waterfront has put Jersey City in rare company, making it one of only 18 U.S. cities with at least five skyscrapers. That’s according to a recent study of high-rise architecture by Yardi Matrix, a commercial real estate research and data platform, which also found that Jersey City currently has the fourth-tallest building under construction in the U.S. That project, 99 Hudson, is a 79-story luxury condominium tower that is slated to rise 889 feet when it opens next year.