99 Hudson Street’s Interiors and Amenities Near Completion in Jersey City

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

Exterior work is complete and closings are underway for Jersey City‘s 99 Hudson Street, the tallest skyscraper in the state of New Jersey and number 11 on our annual construction countdown. Designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by COA 99 Hudson, LLC, the 79-story, 900-foot-tall residential tower contains 781 condominium units. The site is bound by Hudson Street to the east, Grand Street to the south, Greene Street to the west, and York Street to the north.

Recent photos show the finished look of the Jura limestone and glass curtain wall. Interior work is still progressing on the upper levels, where several penthouses will be located. The highest residences are positioned just below the crown on the upper setback. The multi-story podium that extends to the western end of the parcel will contain a parking garage topped with an outdoor amenity deck, which will feature a swimming pool, lounge areas, green lawns, and a children’s playground. More photos of this space can be seen in our previous article.

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

99 Hudson Street’s residences range from $550,000 for studios to more than $4,000,000 for 2,500-square-foot penthouse units. A select number of homes on the lower half of the structure feature private balconies. There are expected to be 150 closings with a total of over 300 new residents by the end of 2020.

YIMBY expects all of the interiors to be finished next year.

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6 Comments on "99 Hudson Street’s Interiors and Amenities Near Completion in Jersey City"

  1. 99 Hudson Street still remains as one of my favorite buildings in New York City area, and definitely my favorite of Jersey City. The best part is just the massing of the building but also just its really satisfying crown. The limestone facade is also really premium. But most of all, is because of its significance to me for when I walked around Battery Park all these times, and across the river was this building still being built. All in all, 99 Hudson Street is a really great skyscraper.

  2. David in Bushwick | December 21, 2020 at 9:52 am | Reply

    We all have different tastes and I just don’t like this design. Limestone is my favorite building material, but here it looks like cheap wallpaper. On the “backside” the way it just stops nearer the top is truly weird. It looks like they ran out of money. That “99 Hudson Condos” sign is truly sad. The complex, from the base up, looks like a Vegas casino and hotel.
    The best I can say is that its relatively slender height overall adds to the balance of the new Jersey City skyline.

  3. The good thing is that this great building adds to the growing skyline of the New York metropolitan area, hopefully in the near future it will continue to grow in height

  4. Not a fan of how the cladding ends at different heights on different parts of the building. I thought it was sitting unfinished for months and was wondering why the elevators came down. The crown is pretty at night though.

  5. Looks great and Jersey City has come a long way

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