The word is out – the world’s global businesses are heading west. They’re moving to Hudson Yards and the city’s new west side.
That investment includes the No. 7 Subway Line Extension which makes Hudson Yards the easiest district to reach in New York by any mode of transportation.
Today more than half of the city’s Fortune 500 is relocating below 42nd Street – an area that’s adding tech jobs faster than Silicon Valley. This migration has galvanized global businesses to move their corporate offices to Hudson Yards.
Media powerhouses like TimeWarner, Turner, HBO, CNN and Warner Bros. have plugged into Hudson Yards – they’re adding to the fastest growing tech sector in the country. Coach and L’Oréal USA relocated their headquarters to 10 Hudson Yards, joining innovators like VaynerMedia, BCG, BCG Digital Ventures, Intersection, SAP and Sidewalk Labs.
And BlackRock, KKR, Wells Fargo, Silver Lake, Third Point Intercept, Milbank, Point72 Asset Management, MarketAxess, DNB, Boies, Schiller & Flexner and Cooley are making Hudson Yards a new commercial, business and financial center for the entire city.
Representing the world’s leading corporations and global brands, more than 40,000 new office employees will arrive to work – and to shop, dine and discover what’s waiting for them at Hudson Yards.
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