New Jersey’s soon-to-be-tallest tower, 99 Hudson, has now launched sales from $889,000, the Wall Street Journal reports. Located in Jersey City, just a four-minute PATH train ride away from the World Trade Center, the China Overseas America-developed condo building will eventually soar to 887 feet.
Work is currently underway on the base of the condo building, a construction site photo published by the Journal reveals. This base will stand seven-stories tall, feature retail on the ground floor, parking spots, and most of the condo building’s amenities.
These amenities include a spa, a fitness center, a poker room, and a golf simulator, among other features. Atop the base will be a playground with an outdoor pool, and other typical accoutrements like cabanas, fire pits, and barbecues.
Designed by Perkins Eastman, this 79-story tower will bring 781 apartments to the neighborhood. The condo tower will be almost entirely clad in glass save for the limestone columns that run up vertically on the building’s facade.
The listings haven’t yet gone live, but we’ve reached out to the sales team at The Marketing Directors. From what we know so far, one-bedrooms will start at $889,000, and two-bedrooms will ask from $1.5 million. We’ll be sure to update this post as the rest of the details come in. Construction on the condo building is expected to wrap in 2019.