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Swiss Watch Seller to Join Retailers at Manhattan’s Hudson Yards

A seller of luxury Swiss watch brands will open its first U.S. shop at Hudson Yards, joining stores including Coach, Zara and H&M at the development.

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Hudson Yards Discloses New Round of Retailers in the Mix

The 1 million-square-foot retail and restaurant complex is nearly 60 percent leased.

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Miracle on the Hudson

A nabe rises from the din on the Far West Side, where almost every (luxury) need will be fulfilled.

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‘Cities Within Cities’ Attract Top Talent, Say Developers

Hudson Yards sits on 28 acres of land at the western edge of Manhattan and includes 1 million square feet of retail, including 100 shops and 16 restaurants.

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Thomas Heatherwick, the Pied Piper of Architecture

The 46-year-old Briton’s latest projects are making him the most talked about designer in the world.

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The Plan: VaynerMedia at 10 Hudson Yards

Spector Group's main desire was to have places where people could congregate and collaborate in the midst of over 450 desks on a floor and a half.

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Landscape Architect Thomas Woltz Is Coming To A Park Near You

On the west side of Manhattan, an armada of cranes and construction workers is building the city’s largest 21st-century development.

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Want to Buy a Hudson Yards Condo?

Inside the David Rockwell-designed "Experience Center" for Manhattan's newest luxury neighborhood.

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The world’s sexiest new development?

It’s the biggest private development America has ever seen: over the next nine years, Hudson Yards will transform 28 acres of Manhattan, with 4,000 flats and prices from $2m.

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30 Hudson Yards

DNB to Move North America Headquarters to NYC’s Hudson Yards

Norway’s largest lender, DNB ASA, agreed to move its North American headquarters to the skyscraper being built at 30 Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s far west side, leaving the MetLife Building in Midtown.

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A FIRST LOOK INSIDE 15 HUDSON YARDS’ PERKS FOR RESIDENTS ONLY

A gorgeous apartment in the sky isn’t enough to cut it in today’s cutthroat luxury real estate market. So how about tricked-out building amenities to match?

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CBS2 Exclusive: Inside Hudson Yards

CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports. Real estate developer, Stephen Ross believes this area will soon replace Rockefeller Center as the heart of New York City.

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