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Neiman Marcus to Join the Manhattan Elite

In New York, a Glitzy New Mall Devotes a Floor to Online Retailers

Hudson Yards is betting that a developer can counter the rise of internet shopping

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This burger is about to put Hudson Yards on the map

With the grand opening of Hudson Yards’ Shops & Restaurants mega-complex just two months away, many of the half-dozen major eateries are still shrouded in secrecy, but not Hudson Yards Grill — Michael Lomonaco’s something-for-everyone brasserie.

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Nine Buildings We Can’t Wait to See This Year

The world’s top architects fill us in on their most anticipated 2019 projects.

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The Shed, a Rare New Arts Center on the Hudson, Is Set to Open

The Shed — one of the most significant additions to New York City’s cultural landscape in decades — finally has an opening date.

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The most anticipated buildings set to shape the world in 2019

Last year was a remarkable one for architecture, but 2019 is also set to impress. From New York to Beijing, these are the most anticipated structures set to complete or open in 2019.

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The Most Anticipated Hotel Openings of 2019

Doesn’t 2019 sound like the perfect year for an adventure? Across the world this year, a countless number of exciting properties are popping up in cities, beaches, mountains, and even in an airport. Read on for the 9 properties to keep your eye on as the year unfolds.

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New York City Is About to Embark on a Monumental 2019

The city’s skyline, with the salient silhouettes of the Chrysler and Empire State buildings, needs no introduction. But there are many welcome additions to the staple of noteworthy attractions in 2019.

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‘We Want People to Crawl in and Touch It’: Snarkitecture’s Instagram-Friendly Fun House Is Coming to New York

The “Snark Park” is coming to New York’s Hudson Yards, the multi-billion-dollar mega-development on New York’s far west side.

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An Image rendering of the Hudson River from 15 Hudson Yards New York development.

Luxury Buildings Are Adding Extravagant Amenities Just for Kids, from Video-Game Rooms to Elaborate Playrooms with Trampolines and Pools

High-end residential buildings in New York City are offering luxury amenities just for kids, including elaborate playrooms, video game rooms, music studios, study rooms, teen lounges, separate pools, and even an "imagination center."

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North Gallery of The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards.

Cartier Shifts Gaze West to Hudson Yards

Cartier is taking a walk on the West Side. As part of a shifting distribution strategy, the luxury jeweler on Dec. 24 will close its two-year-old temporary location at 767 Fifth Avenue and 58th Street, in anticipation of opening a 4,669-square-foot unit at the Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards.

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Fifteen Hudson Yards Unveils Skytop Resident Amenities

New York’s prestigious development, Fifteen Hudson Yards, has just revealed the latest addition to its enviable offering of residents’ amenities – the highest outdoor residential space in the city.

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Rendering of Hudson Yards New York, with a park area and trees & the Vessel in the background.


TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb were invited for an exclusive tour with Thomas Heatherwick.

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