Penthouse In New Jersey’s Tallest Tower Sells for Record Sum
A 2,437-ft2 penthouse in the 99 Hudson condominium tower in Jersey City, at 900-plus ft the tallest building in New Jersey, sold for a Jersey City record sum of US$3.9 million, Jersey Digs was among outlets to report earlier this spring. Served by a Fujitec vertical-transportation system that includes 12 elevators and boasting views of the Midtown and Lower Manhattan skylines, the property was designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by China Overseas America. The 79-story structure includes 781 units and ranks as the third-tallest residential building in the U.S., and among the nation’s 20 tallest overall. A number of lawsuits reported by Jersey Digs earlier in 2021 apparently have nothing to do with the elevators, but rather the windows, parking garage, flooring and unit size/dimensions. The source reported in late April that China Overseas said it had closed on nearly 200 condos at the property.