On Manhattan’s West Side, a neighborhood rises. Built from the ground up, Hudson Yards is a triumph of culture, commerce and cuisine; a technological marvel that pairs style with sustainability; a convergence of parks and public space.
In this new heart of New York, people come together to work, live and play – to enjoy chef-driven restaurants or shop the world’s iconic brands – where experts and icons collaborate on the defining work of their lives, driving Hudson Yards boldly into the future.
The first residential tower at Hudson Yards, 15 Hudson Yards will be a vanguard of art, fashion and design. The 910-foot building was designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group. The elegant silhouette is defined by gradual curves that form four graceful arcs of glass.Learn More
The Shed will be a new center for artistic invention in New York. Opening Spring 2019, the building’s most notable design feature is a telescoping outer shell that deploys over the plaza adjoining the building to provide a 120-foot-high, temperature-controlled hall. The Shed can work in many configurations, welcoming multiple events simultaneously.Learn More
Vessel, the centerpiece of the Public Square and Gardens, created by Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio, is a new kind of public landmark. Comprised of 154 interconnecting flights of stairs and 80 landings, Vessel will lift visitors up, offering a multitude of ways to engage with and experience Hudson Yards.Learn More
Neiman Marcus chose Hudson Yards for its New York City debut. Tory Burch, Zara, Coach, Stuart Weitzman, H&M and Watches of Switzerland will join when retail opens in 2018.
Ultimately nearly 100 luxury and specialty stores and unique restaurants will fill almost 1,000,000 square feet of astonishing, vertical space at Hudson Yards.
Coach and L’Oréal USA have relocated their headquarters to 10 Hudson Yards, joining innovators like SAP, Boston Consulting Group, VaynerMedia, Intersection and Sidewalk Labs.
At 895-feet tall, the building includes 1.8 million square feet of office and street-level retail. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, 10 Hudson Yards opened in Spring 2016.Learn More
The 30 Hudson Yards office complex will be completed in 2019. The 2.6-million-square-foot tower will feature the highest outdoor observation deck in the city. The 1,296-foot building will welcome Time Warner Inc., CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting, Warner Bros., KKR, Wells Fargo Securities, DNB, the Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group.Learn More
Designed by Foster + Partners, 50 Hudson Yards will be a 985-foot office complex that represents an ideal location for business in Manhattan. Planned as a Gold-LEED certified building, 50 Hudson Yards will front Hudson River Park, and feature ground-level retail, as well as an enclosed connection to the Shops and Restaurants.Learn More
Designed by A. Eugene Kohn of Kohn Pedersen Fox, 55 Hudson Yards contrasts flat ironwork with floor-to-ceiling glass to integrate with the rich surroundings of Hudson Yards. The 780-foot tower will be home to a broad portfolio of global brands.Learn More
The focal point of Hudson Yards is the Public Square and Gardens, a five-acre space of lush greenery that ties elements together. Designed Nelson Byrd Woltz, the park will feature some 28,000 plants and 200 mature trees. Thomas Woltz calls the Public Square and Gardens the “living room of the West Side.”Learn More
35 Hudson Yards will be mixed-use building intended for residential units and a hotel tower – and will also provide for on-site retail and offices. The building is expected to rise 1,000 feet. Designed by David Childs of SOM.Learn More
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Hudson Yards Centerpiece Begins to Rise
Construction on the Vessel, the 150-foot tall centerpiece of Hudson Yards, began Tuesday.Read More