30 Hudson Yards

When renowned architect Bill Pedersen and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) imagined this soaring addition to the New York skyline, it was as a “dance” partner to 10 Hudson Yards, resulting in a graceful glass-and-steel duo that would make a powerful architectural statement. But even on its own, 30 Hudson Yards is larger than life. From a dramatic triple-height lobby—highlighted by an original hanging installation by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa—to the city’s highest outdoor observation deck, 100 floors above, everything about 30 Hudson Yards raises the bar.

The building enjoys phenomenal access. Located at the intersection of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue the 2.6-million-square-foot tower will be the second-tallest office tower in New York, taller than the Empire State Building. 30 Hudson Yards rises to over 100 stories, and at 1,296 feet, it is designed to achieve LEED CS Gold. It features river-to-river panoramic views, outdoor terraces, direct access to premier restaurants and retailers, and a direct underground connection to the new No. 7 subway station.

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WarnerMedia has already acquired approximately 1.5 million square feet of office space, with plans to move approximately 5,000 employees from its corporate operations, and from CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. –- consolidating the divisions under one roof for the very first time.


The renowned global investment firm KKR has acquired approximately 343,000 square feet, comprising the top ten office floors. Wells Fargo Securities, one of the world’s largest financial services firms, has acquired more than 500,000 square feet in the building. And Norway’s largest financial services group, DNB, will lease more than 44,500 square feet to house their North American headquarters. Related Companies also plans to take space at 30 Hudson Yards.

Stephen Winter (646) 582-2273 [email protected]

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