Daydreaming in Jersey today? Maybe you would want to relocate? We have one of the most expensive condos, if not the most expensive, here in New Jersey for you to check out! Better get the bank on the phone for this one.

 

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Ever think you would want to live in such over-the-top luxury or do you love your current home? Is a comfy home that's stress-free better than the price of luxury? I think so, but lets daydream for a bit :)

 

 

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So if you win Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot of 1.1 billion dollars, maybe this condo in Jersey City would be your next address. Check out 99 Hudson, this condo is possibly the most expensive condo in New Jersey.

According to Zillow, 99 Hudson "Stretching skyward seventy-nine stories, 99 Hudson is in a class of its own. Modern condominiums feature floor- to-ceiling windows with exhilarating views of the New York skyline."

 

 

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Be sure to check out the video of this property it really is something, but not for everyone. It is an option though if you had the desire and the cash lol. It is a lot of money at over 4 million dollars and only three bedrooms lol. It actually has more bathrooms than bedrooms (4) and is 2,473 square feet.

 

 

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So if you won the Mega Millions would this be a cool spot for you to relax in the city? Let us know what you think. Maybe it's not your cup of tea? Tell us where you would rather live. Maybe a country home? a farm? or a beachfront property? Maybe you would stay right where you are now living? Post your comments below.

 

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

 

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