Construction on New Jersey’s soon-to-be-tallest tower, 99 Hudson, has been making steady progress over the last few months, and with that the developers have now unveiled a host of new interior and exterior renderings for the development.
These new renderings offer us a first look at what a typical apartment might look like at the development. Sales launched in October last year with apartments asking from $770,000. The Perkins Eastman-designed tower will feature a total of 781 apartments that will come in studios through three-bedroom variants; the Marketing Directors are handling sales and marketing on the project.
Apartments here will have floor-to-ceiling windows, oak flooring, caesarstone countertops in the kitchen, and washers and dryers in every-unit, among other features.
This new crop of renderings is also giving us a closer look at the exterior of the building including a close-up of the limestone-clad building’s entrance and porte cochère. Inside, there are renderings of the condo’s soaring lobby, and the plethora of amenity spaces that span 65,000 square feet.
These amenities include an outdoor pool with a sundeck, a spa, an indoor and outdoor lounge with barbecue areas, a fitness center with a yoga and pilates studio, a children’s playroom, and a dog run, among other amenities.
The China Overseas America-developed condo, which is located in Jersey City, will stand 79-stories tall and 889 feet, when complete. The building has currently reached the 33rd floor, and construction is expected to wrap sometime next year.
Here now is a time-lapse video of the ongoing construction at 99 Hudson: