Jersey City


Located along New Jersey's Gold Coast, 99 Hudson is walkable to great shopping and dining and just eight minutes by train to Manhattan — often faster than if commuting from Brooklyn or Queens.


Jersey City offers a variety of options for commuting to New York. The Exchange Place PATH station with 24-hour service to Manhattan is just 500-feet from 99 Hudson. Ferry and water taxi service runs from Paulus Hook to Wall Street and Battery Park City. For those who drive, the nearby Holland Tunnel exits directly into downtown Manhattan.

George Washington Bridge 30 Minutes Hoboken 7 Minutes One WTC 8 Minutes
Hoboken 15 Minutes Lincoln Harbor 15 Minutes Grand Central 35 Minutes
Short Hills Mall 25 Minutes Newark 10 Minutes Penn Station 22 Minutes
Newark Airport 20 Minutes     Union Square 32 Minutes
Waterfront Esplanade 1 Block Hudson Yards 25 Minutes
Exchange Place – PATH 1 Block Battery Park City 8 Minutes
Whole Foods 4 Blocks Midtown 13 Minutes
    Wall Street 10 Minutes
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Art is at the heart of Jersey City. Street art, including murals by Shepard Fairey, is seemingly everywhere. A host of galleries, like Mana Contemporary, exhibit emerging and world-class artists, including Amy Sherald, whose painting of Michelle Obama hangs in the National Portrait Gallery.

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There’s a dish for every palate, from waterfront dining at Battello to genuine Portuguese fare at Broa Café. Specialty shops like Jersey City Fish Stand and Darke Pines Butcher, Talde, and Ample Hills Creamery from Brooklyn, add to the wealth of options.

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In the charming Historic Downtown of Jersey City, you’ll find a trove of restaurants, shops, and nightspots, as well as parks, pedestrian malls, and majestic turn-of-the-century buildings. Beautiful tree-lined, brownstone neighborhoods bring gentility and calm to the district’s bustle.

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As day turns to night, the parties start at popular spots like the Rooftop at Exchange Place, Miss Wong’s, and Porta. The bars swing into action along Newark Avenue, led by The Archer with creative cocktails and Cellar 335, a tiki-themed bar serving tropical cocktails and small plates with an Asian twist.

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The landscaped waterfront esplanade that runs along the Gold Coast offers a multitude of restaurants, bars, entertainment, and recreation options. Liberty State Park is perfect for hikes, picnicking and family outings, while Hamilton Park has basketball and tennis courts, and summer movie nights.

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