Fifty Five Hudson Yards is designed from the inside out to enhance layout flexibility, making space more effective and efficient compared to existing building stock and allowing for perfect planning to ensure you aren’t paying for space you can’t use. The state-of-the-art system design allows for an office that feels better even though it is denser.
Floor-to-ceiling windows, column-free space and an uninterrupted core create an optimized workspace that accommodates a multitude of planning scenarios and can evolve as your needs change.
Advantages of the infrastructure of Fifty Five Hudson Yards Include: unobstructed corner views, a 10'-0" finished ceiling height, 9'-0" of vision glass with 1'-0" sills, 4'-9" wide window modules, single path circulation, shallow floorplates, no perimeter induction units, interconnecting stairs, an efficient core configuration, no interior columns and more.
Compromises of a typical midtown office plan include: obstructed corner views, 8'-0" to 8'-6" finished ceiling heights, 6'-0" of single-paned glass with 2'-0" induction units, 2'-6" wide window modules, windows with bulky induction units, difficulty interconnecting stairs, multiple random core wall openings, awkwardly placed interior columns and more.