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Hudson Yards cultivates inspired living, with on-site art installations and open spaces showcasing New York’s Staircase, the monumental interactive design piece from the renowned Heatherwick Studio. It is also home to The Shed, New York’s forthcoming center for artistic invention. Throughout the year, Hudson Yards will offer a front-row seat for incomparable cultural experiences in New York.

 

Stepping Out

With half of Hudson Yards dedicated to open space, it’s hard to imagine leaving, but Manhattan’s West Side is definitely worth exploring.

Start here, with your very own Field Guide – a handy directory of nearly every restaurant, watering hole, hot spot, business and convenience in the new west side. This must-have guide is your key to unlocking the neighborhood.

Download 2017 Field Guide (PDF)

What can you expect? Chelsea offers more than 350 galleries, 100 eateries and pubs, and access to the new Whitney Museum of American Art, designed by architect Renzo Piano. And if your adventure takes you further afield, this neighborhood is served by seemingly endless connections to rail, subway, roads and ferries.

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New York City Is About to Embark on a Monumental 2019

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