A Chinese developer is planning a 95-story condominium tower for the Jersey City waterfront, which would be New Jersey’s tallest building.
The 950-foot skyscraper with 760 for-sale dwellings would surpass the Goldman Sachs tower two blocks to the south, which is 781 feet tall.
Mayor Steven Fulop said the project shows how Jersey City has become a refuge and market of choice for a mix of empty-nesters and buyers priced out of Manhattan.
“Jersey City is becoming one of the premier mid-sized cities in the country,” Fulop said. “We’re building bigger and you’re going to see a totally different- ooking skyline over the next five years.”