99 Hudson Continues its Skyward Ascent, Atlas Debuts “At Cost” Spirits Tastings

Facade installation begins at 99 Hudson
The facade installation has started at Jersey City’s soon-to-be tallest skyscraper — 99 Hudson. Standing 79 stories tall when completed, the luxury building will easily surpass the 42-story Goldman Sachs tower. —New York Yimby

Millennials find cost of living in New Jersey too expensive
Millennials are leaving New Jersey. A new study shows that like Gen Xers, millennials want to live in compact walkable, cities, but New Jersey doesn’t have enough of those. The cost of living in cities like Jersey City and Hoboken is simply too high. In fact, 80 percent of the millennials who leave NJ are making less than $50,000 a year. —NJTVNews

Pizza envy in New York
It looks like like not everyone is happy that the New York Times named Razza the best New York pizza. —Eater

Atlas debuts rare spirits tastings
Can’t afford to drop $30+ per glass on your favorite exotic spirits? Atlas is launching a new series where you can drink rare spirits “at cost.” The series starts tonight at 7pm with a Highland Park 25-year whisky being offered at $9/pour (normally it’s $35/pour). —Atlas

Rocky Horror returns to Harsimus Cemetery
Friday the 13th is a few days away and for Rocky Horror Picture Show fans that means one thing — it’s time to meet at the Jersey City Harsimus Cemetery for a special performance of the movie along with audience participation.

(Photo: Perkins Eastman)