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Inside The Biggest Private Real Estate Development In U.S. History

Located on the West Side of midtown Manhattan, the finished project will include a mix of skyscrapers, public space and other amenities.

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The story of Hudson Yards is now the story of New York

As a neighborhood takes shape, the city's future seems unlimited.

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An image rendering of the Hudson Yards honey comb building with trees and people surrounding it.

HUDSON YARDS: A TIMELINE OF THE MEGAPROJECT’S BIGGEST BUILDINGS

In the decade-plus since the 2005 rezoning that created the Hudson Yards Special District, the area within its borders has become a neighborhood transformed.

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West Side, 4 stories: Development features movable building

The city’s bid to host the 2012 Games in a rebuilt neighborhood of rail yards and industrial buildings never came to fruition, but the massive Hudson Yards project rising there now isn’t suffering from a lack of Olympic-size ambition.

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Thomas Heatherwick, Architecture’s Showman

The Vessel, in Hudson Yards, has a hundred and fifty-four staircases and eighty landings.

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Stephen Ross Is Building New York City’s Next Must-See Destination

The real estate giant has grand plans for an Eiffel Tower on the Hudson.

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How the Vessel, Manhattan’s Newest Monument, Was Constructed

More high rises are being added to New York City's skyline thanks to a project that's considered the largest real estate development in U.S. history.

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West Side Glory

The Related Companies founder and chairman discusses building sustainable cities and his massive ambitions for Hudson Yards.

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What the Architects of the High Line Are Up to Next

With four major projects under construction in New York alone, and more across the globe, the firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro has gone from downtown phenomenon to international powerhouse.

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West Side Story

How Two Massive New Meccas Measure Up.

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Hudson Yards Wants to Be New York’s New Money Hub

The largest private development in U.S. history isn’t just about new skyscrapers.

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Will Hudson Yards Decimate Midtown Manhattan?

BlackRock, KKR, Silver Lake, Boston Consulting Group, and the exodus west from corner offices to the millennial paradise of Hudson Yards.

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