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Wired Certification Driving 95 Columbus' Rebrand


Jersey City has recently seen substantial growth in its commercial real estate sector as a growing number of New York businesses look for space beyond the traditional Manhattan office market.

As the market grows increasingly competitive, properties are seeking new and unique ways to stand out, like achieving Wired Certification for offering best-in-class internet connectivity. But if the tech doesn’t bring them in…doughnuts might.

Jersey City’s own 95 Columbus, located in the bustling Hudson Waterfront neighborhood, is the city’s most recently Wired Certified building and will soon be home to the second New York-area location of Krispy Kreme.

In addition to sweet tech and treats, owner Columbia Property Trust has also recently brought a number of cosmetic upgrades to the property. The 19-story, 629k SF Class-A tower sports a redesigned five-story entrance, a granite lobby, and a full-height window wall with skylights that are accented by a large waterfall and reflecting pool. Located directly across the Hudson River from Manhattan’s Financial District, the pentagon-shaped façade of the building maximizes the breathtaking views of the Big Apple.

The building is close to the Grove Street PATH Station for easy access to Manhattan and has an attached six-story garage that can accommodate up to 500 vehicles.

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