Jersey Journal - Jersey City's newest skyscraper tops out as tallest in N.J.

Press - September 26, 2018

Plaza building in Manhattan
JERSEY CITY — The condominium tower under construction at 99 Hudson St. reached its peak last week, making it the tallest building in New Jersey.

The skyscraper, located one block from the Hudson River waterfront, rises 889 feet. That's 108 feet taller than the old record holder, t he Goldman Sachs building that sits two blocks away.

The previous tallest residential building in New Jersey is also in Jersey City: the Urby building on Greene Street (713 feet).
Construction on 99 Hudson is  expected to wrap up in late 2019. If you're interested in buying a condo there, you'll have to pony up: prices range  from $700,000 to $4 million.

China Overseas America is the building's developer.