Perkins Eastman’s 99 Hudson Street Nears Completion in Jersey City

99 Hudson Street, photo by Michael Young

Work on 99 Hudson Street in Jersey City is nearly complete as finishing touches proceed on the ground floor and interiors. Designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by COA 99 Hudson, LLC, the 79-story, 900-foot-tall residential skyscraper is the tallest building in New Jersey. Plaza Construction is in charge of construction with Vidaris overseeing the installation of the exterior envelope. 99 Hudson Street rises from a full-block parcel bound by Hudson Street to the east, Grand Street to the south, Greene Street to the west, and York Street to the north.

Photos from street level show the edifice fully clad in its Jura limestone and glass curtain wall. The multifaceted crown with its numerous setbacks is also complete.

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

Meanwhile the panels that cover the podium are nearly all in place. The construction fence and sidewalk scaffolding that surrounds the property should likely come down in the next couple of months.

99 Hudson Street. Photo by Michael Young

The 781 residential units range from studios going for $550,000 to more than $4,000,000 for penthouse units, which offer up to 2,500 square feet of living space. A select number of homes on the lower half of the building will have balconies with views of the Midtown and Lower Manhattan skylines, as well as the New York Harbor. See YIMBY’s construction tour of the skyscraper for more photos.

99 Hudson Street is slated for completion this spring.

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5 Comments on "Perkins Eastman’s 99 Hudson Street Nears Completion in Jersey City"

  1. Not bad, but the limestone facade only going up part way, gives this building a ‘half finished’ look.

    • I agree, looks like the developer ran out of money, and said “Hell, just use glass, nobody will notice, it’s only
      New Jersey!” 🤣

  2. David in Bushwick | May 18, 2020 at 12:12 pm | Reply

    It looks like a Vegas hotel from 25 years ago.
    The best thing about this tower is it’s somewhat slender height which complements the rather squat Goldman Sachs Tower at 30 Hudson Street and improving the entire Jersey City skyline.

    • I disagree. The Goldman Sacks tower is a much nicer design than this odd duck. 99 Hudson somewhat mars the skyline.

  3. I love it.

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