Meet the new Hudson Yards neighborhood. Meet the new heart of New York.
Strategically located between 10th and 12th avenues from West 30th to West 34th Street, Hudson Yards is the center of the metropolitan region with unsurpassed connections to commuter rail service, the subway system, the West Side Highway, the Lincoln Tunnel and ferries along the Hudson River. The extension of the No. 7 Subway line, opened in 2015, arrives at Hudson Yards’ front door. In the nexus of Chelsea and Midtown West, this dynamic neighborhood is next to chic art galleries, award winning restaurants, popular bars and nightlife venues, and highly respected international fashion and design. Explore the neighborhood here.

Living at Hudson Yards
The neighborhoods surrounding Hudson Yards, including Chelsea, West Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen are buzzing with chic art galleries, innovative restaurants and bars, and highly respected international fashion and design. City dwellers hungry for a taste of the outdoors now have a variety of green spaces to explore including the much-celebrated High Line, Hudson River Park and upcoming Hudson Park & Blvd. With the new No. 7 Subway extension open as of fall 2015, getting to Hudson Yards will be fast and easy.

The new No. 7 Subway extension
The new No. 7 Subway extension is the first addition to New York City’s mass transit system in more than a generation.

Hudson Yards, an area isolated for decades by a massive, open rail yard, is transforming into one of the city's most convenient neighborhoods with the historic introduction of new mass transit into the neighborhood. The centerpiece is the extension of the No. 7 Subway to the new Hudson Yards station between 10th and 11th avenues at West 34th Street.

Visitors can access 30 Hudson Yards at Hudson Yards directly from the No. 7 Subway station. With this new subway station at the front door of Hudson Yards, the new No. 7 Subway links the neighborhood to the 8th Avenue, 7th Avenue, 6th Avenue and Lexington Avenue subway lines.

Service on the new No. 7 Subway began in the fall of 2015—before the first building at Hudson Yards opens.




subway station connection
  • Direct access via the new No. 7 Subway extension to regional rail routes at Grand Central Terminal
  • 5 minute walk to Penn Station
  • Access to commuter service via Long Island Rail Road, New Jersey Transit, PATH and Amtrak

a 5 minute walk
  • 7 routes serviced daily from 6am to 1am
  • Ferries to Brooklyn and New Jersey
  • 8 minute ferry ride to Port Imperial Terminal, Weehawken, NJ

within a 16-mile radius
  • LaGuardia, JFK and Newark Liberty airports offer domestic and international flights
  • Teterboro Airport services private jets

parking spaces on-site
  • Parking available on private streets
  • Direct access to the West Side Highway
  • Direct access to the Lincoln Tunnel

to Port Authority Bus Terminal
  • Services long-distance inter-city routes and is a major hub for commuters living in New Jersey

bike racks
  • Access to the bike paths along Hudson River Park
  • Access to the bike lines on 9th Avenue