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Momofuku’s Major New Outpost Will Star a Chef Who Studied With Nuns

More details are emerging about the dining roster at the $25 billion Hudson Yards project, and as a food editor who also happens to be a native New Yorker, I can say that it’s time to get very excited.

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First Look: Som Is Building Hudson Yards’ Tallest Residential Tower In New York

Images have been revealed of a 92-story skyscraper currently under construction as part of New York’s Hudson Yards development.

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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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30 Hudson Yards officially tops out at 1,296 feet

In addition to its sheer size, the most notable feature of the supertall is its 1,100-foot outdoor observation deck, the highest of its kind in the city and fifth highest in the world.

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These fancy buildings have brought in celebrity chefs

Forget Seamless. These days, residents of New York’s most luxurious buildings can get meals from top chefs delivered by calling the restaurant downstairs.

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Star Chef Jose Andrés Unveils Mercado Little Spain

The 35,000-square-foot space will open next spring and celebrate Spain with restaurants, retail, and a new product from Andrés.

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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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Big-Deal London Chef Nabs a Spot in NYC’s Hudson Yards

Dan Doherty will open an all-day restaurant in the massive development next spring.

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See NYC’s highest outdoor ob deck make its way up 30 Hudson Yards

This set shows how the steel and glass sections–each of which weigh between 35,000 to 102,000 pounds–made their journey via barge from Italy and ultimately up the 1,296-foot tower.

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YIMBY Visits 15 Hudson Yards As Work Wraps On The Vessel And Public Square

It’s been over five years since groundbreaking occurred for the Hudson Yards mega-development. Today, phase one appears all but complete, and is increasingly hard to miss on the overall Manhattan skyline.

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Tracking Wall Street’s eventual migration to Hudson Yards

The financial firms left for Midtown in the '70s, now they're on the move again

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Wall Street Is Moving, and It’s Reshaping New York

From the 86th floor of the Empire State Building, historian Ingo Walter can point to Wall Street’s past, present and future—first facing south, then north, now west.

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