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Old Posted Nov 16, 2013, 9:34 PM
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JERSEY CITY | 99 Hudson St. | 899 FT | 76 FLOORS

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Saw this over on SSC. Looks like JC is going to get another decent sized tower
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The thread title should be cleaned up!

JERSEY CITY | 99 Hudson St | FT | FLOORS


Anyways, this will be an entertaining development to follow!
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The thread title should be cleaned up!

JERSEY CITY | 99 Hudson St | FT | FLOORS


Anyways, this will be an entertaining development to follow!
yeah, sorry about the title, I'm new here. I realized once i posted and couldn't figure out how to edit
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Supposedly this will be among the tallest towers in NJ.

If it's a single tower with 1.1 million ft., you're probably talking at least 700 ft. The site isn't that big, so the building will have to go high.
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Supposedly this will be among the tallest towers in NJ.

If it's a single tower with 1.1 million ft., you're probably talking at least 700 ft. The site isn't that big, so the building will have to go high.
Was thinking along the same lines. With the price paid they will have to go quite high to make back on the investment. Any chance of a super tall, or is there a height restriction on this property?
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Supposedly this will be among the tallest towers in NJ.

If it's a single tower with 1.1 million ft., you're probably talking at least 700 ft. The site isn't that big, so the building will have to go high.
It's actually pretty big, at least by Manhattan standards; the entire block is just a hair over 70,000 square feet, resulting in a FAR of 15.5. Height estimate still sounds about right though.
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There was an article in wikipedia about the former project on this site, the article has been erased but it still can be read the first part when you click the button at Google Earth, it said that the project was going to be 637 ft / 194 m. but only 37 floors???

Anyway, I think that the most possible scenario is that they make it a double tower project (twins or not) as in the similar residential complexes one and three blocks to the south.

A double tower is more feasible for this block, since it is large enough to support them and can be constructed by phases, facilitating the financiation vs a larger, more expensive, single tower.



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Hartz Announces 1000 Apartments for 99 Hudson Site

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Hartz Mountain Industries and Roseland Property Company will build a 1,000-unit residential complex at 99 Hudson Street in Jersey City, providing the exclamation point on New Jersey’s iconic waterfront location.

With a price tag of $450 million and a total size of more than one million square feet, the project would create more than 2,000 long-term construction jobs over a five year period, and will be the largest rental project and one of the top five tallest buildings in New Jersey.

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Roseland Property Company, which manages Hartz Mountain’s residential projects and is a partner in four of Hartz’s residential developments, envisions support retail and entertainment on the structure, which provided parking for residents and guests.

“The waterfront in Jersey City features many compelling pieces, but it lacks a center,” said Carl Goldberg, partner in Roseland Property Company. “We see 99 Hudson providing the components that would turn an interesting area into a classic neighborhood.”
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possible new tallest for JC?
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I found this website which features 99 Hudson. If this is what is proposed, it looks great. It does show two towers not one single tower.
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These are listed by the developer as twin 60-floor towers.

How many 50+ floor towers are planned or u/c in Jersey City? There must be like 20-30 towers by this point.
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There's some nice models/renders on that page.






http://alexstark.com/projects/real-e...ects/99-hudson


Also says it will be over 60 floors.

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With over 60 floors and 1.1 million sq ft, this sky rise is part of the redevelopment of the Jersey City business district that overlooks lower Manhattan across the Hudson River. It will include 1000 residential units, store-front retail, and a luxury hotel.
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More great news for Jersey City! The second I read 1000 apartments, I knew this would be a twin (or more) tower development. Over 60 floors each is still a respectable height. The design is nice. Jersey City is very pro-development so the only reason we're not going taller is largely due to perceived market demand by the developer. Let's see some of these get built and leased up, which will encourage even bolder proposals.
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Good news as anytime the Chinese get involved, stuff gets done! They have a pretty good reputation this particular developer.
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Chinese firm building 1,000-unit site in Jersey City

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China Construction America has revealed the design for a new two-tower, 1,000-unit project in Jersey City, on a waterfront site it purchased for $70 million last year.

The complex at 99 Hudson Street would hold rental apartments, high-end condominiums, a hotel and retail. The development will cost $450 million and is projected to create roughly 2,000 construction jobs through 2019, when it will likely be complete. Architect Alex Stark was hired to design the buildings.
CCA, which established a real estate development arm called Dynasty Capital last year to invest in the greater New York area, also has operations in the Bahamas and South Carolina.
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JERSEY CITY | 99 Hudson St. | 950 FT | FLOORS

99 Hudson Street Gets Height Bump to 950 Feet, Will Become New Jersey’s Tallest Building


Old design for 99 Hudson Street, image by Alex Stark

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Now, we have learned that initial plans have been discarded, and that Perkins Eastman is designing a 950-foot tall tower that will become the tallest building in the state of New Jersey, though images are not yet available.

With the current boom just beginning to kick into high gear across Jersey City’s waterfront as well as its Journal Square neighborhood, the news surrounding 99 Hudson Street should hardly be surprising. The site’s old plan offered a two-towered configuration, and while we do not know specifics regarding the layout of the new plan, we do know that it has received a substantial height boost.

The changes are likely the result of the site changing hands, as China Construction America purchased it last year for $71 million. Hartz Mountain Industries and Roseland Property Company were the former owners, and had previously announced that 99 Hudson would total 1,000 units, and create over 2,000 construction jobs. Neither positive figure should waver much with the new developer.

The largest nearby project currently in the works is Urban Ready Living Harborside, which will yield three towers of fifty floors or greater. Perkins Eastman is also the architect behind Hudson Exchange West, a major mixed-use development located several blocks to the north. Given 99 Hudson’s location near the Exchange Place PATH Station, the project’s size is definitely warranted, and its 1.1 million square feet will transform a block currently occupied by surface parking.

Several similarly-sized opportunities await nearby, and in YIMBY’s recent interview with Jersey City’s Mayor Fulop, he mentioned both the plans by China Construction America, as well as a new tower by Goldman Sachs.

When complete, 99 Hudson Street will become the tallest building in all of New Jersey, topping nearby 30 Hudson Street’s 781-foot pinnacle by a wide margin. The list’s current #2 is the 548-foot tall Merrill Lynch Building at 101 Hudson Street, and while several current projects will rise substantially taller than that, none have yet been confirmed to surpass 30 Hudson.

A 95-story casino project has the potential to take the city’s crown by an even wider margin, though that plan is likely several years or more away from fruition, and no designs have been made public.
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Looks like JC will top 1000 feet before BK or Queens.

IMO this project would look better if the towers weren't the exact same height (and color). Make one 1001 feet and a couple of shades darker.
But then... I have no idea what is possible to build there with regards to zoning or what would be profitable for the developer.
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That plan has been discarded. So no more two towers. Right now, we just have data for the height and a redesign is in order.

Also, this may not be the tallest for long. Theres also that Casino project which the mayor wants to happen and is involved in it. That could top the 300m mark and its a very real possibility.
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Doh!
I read it too fast and too sloppily. Going from two 600+ towers to a 950 one... I wonder what changed in the market to drive that change.

A casino, great idea. It sure helped Atlantic City.
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Wow, didn't see this coming. A ~90 storey, 950 ft buikding for Jersey City. I'm surprised this is not a two tower development anymore.
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