Buyer Snaps Up Unfinished ‘White-Box’ Penthouse at 99 Hudson

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Views from the penthouse. Photo by Megha Moza/Pure Properties.

After staking its claim as New Jersey’s tallest building earlier this year, 99 Hudson now has something else to brag about. A buyer has snapped up one of the building’s few penthouses.

The buyer, who we won’t name for privacy reasons, was represented by Megha Moza, an agent at Pure Properties.

“Once my client saw the views from the penthouse, the deal was sealed. It is simply remarkable and unlike anything else currently on the market. Getting to see the view from New Jersey’s tallest building was truly breathtaking and I’m so happy I was able to secure this never-before-seen view of Manhattan for my client,” said Moza.

Although the majority of the units at 99 Hudson feature top-of-the-line designer finishes, the developer decided to sell the penthouses as “white-box”, meaning they are left unfinished so the buyer can completely customize it to their liking. This particular unit spans 2,223 square feet and was listed for $3,770,000. Since the deal hasn’t officially closed, we can’t disclose the contract price. The listing price puts the unit at $1,695 per square foot and depending on what it closes for, this may just be a Jersey City record for an unfinished apartment.

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Views from the penthouse. Photo by Megha Moza/Pure Properties.

Edwin Blanco, the Sales Manager at 99 Hudson adds, “Being the tallest building in New Jersey, 99 Hudson’s Penthouses offer 180-degree views including One World Trade, Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. Remaining Penthouses offer at least 2300 square feet of interior space and up to 1,167 square feet of private outdoor space. Sold ‘white-box,’ they’re the unique opportunity to design your dream home, over 800 feet in the air!”

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