1. 99 Hudson Street: A Look at China Overseas America’s Planned 95-Story Jersey City Tower: […] The single tower proposal replaces a previous two-tower plan from developer Hartz Mountain Industries, who sold the site to China Overseas America in early 2014. According to a press release from Mayor Fulop’s office, the tower would contain 760 condominium units. A condo project of this size reflects the growing number of people who are choosing to stay in urban neighborhoods in close proximity to Manhattan, and the tower’s location one block from the Exchange Place PATH station means that future residents would have a 5-10 minute commute to Lower Manhattan. This project adds significant momentum to the already robust residential development on the Hudson Waterfront that in 2014 surpassed the previous peak seen in 2008. […]
  2. 99 Hudson Street: A Look at China Overseas America’s 900ft Jersey City Tower: […] Developer Hartz Mountain Industries originally planned to construct two towers on the site, but sold the parcel to Chinese developer China Overseas America, Inc. in early 2014. According to a press release issued in January 2015 from Mayor Fulop’s office, the tower would contain 760 condominium units. A condo project of this size reflects the growing number of people who are choosing to stay in urban neighborhoods in close proximity to Manhattan, and the tower’s location one block from the Exchange Place PATH station means that future residents would have a 5-10 minute commute to Lower Manhattan. This project adds significant momentum to the already robust residential development on the Hudson Waterfront that in 2014 surpassed the previous peak seen in 2008. […]
  3. 99 Hudson Street: 900ft Tower, Jersey City’s Tallest, to be Built at Transit Nexus: […] Developer Hartz Mountain Industries originally planned to construct two towers on the site, but sold the parcel to Chinese developer China Overseas America, Inc. in early 2014. According to a press release issued in January 2015 from Mayor Fulop’s office, the tower would contain 760 condominium units. A residential project of this size reflects the growing interest in urban neighborhoods in close proximity to Manhattan, and the tower is located at a transit nexus: one block from the Exchange Place PATH station and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station, and two blocks from the Paulus Hook ferry terminal. Future residents would have a 5-10 minute commute to Lower Manhattan. This project adds significant momentum to the already robust residential development on the Hudson Waterfront that in 2014 surpassed the previous peak seen in 2008. […]