Hudson Yards - A New City within A City
In the heart of Manhattan, a new neighborhood is rising - Hudson Yards - the largest private development project in U.S. history. This massive development, often called “a new city within a City”, will change the landscape and skyline of New York City.
This 28-acre development is expected to include:
16 skyscrapers containing more than 12,700,000 sq. ft. of residential, office and retail space
Hotel, best-in-class restaurants, markets and bars
14 acres of public open space
This dynamic project will reinvent the west side of Manhattan. Hudson Yards will be a new neighborhood and a new community that will incorporate “Live, Play, Work and Learn” environment.
15 Hudson Yards - First Residential Condominium
Hudson Yards’ first residential building, 15 Hudson Yards, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with the Rockwell Group, offers 285 condos for sale with anticipated occupancy in 2019. 2 Bedroom apartments start from $3,875,000.
Residents of Fifteen Hudson Yards will enjoy the luxurious finishes and the variety of the top-line amenities. The state-of-the-art amenities are for the most part located between the 50th and 51st floors of the 88-story building.
The 50th floor is dedicated to the wellness center with luxury amenities:
- 75-foot pool and a 3,500-square-foot fitness center with stunning city views
- Private spa, salon, and a yoga studio
- Children's playroom
The floor above will offer a gathering space for leisure and business activities:
- Club room with billiards tables, large television screens, and card tables
- Golf club lounge with simulator
- Screening and performance room
- Private dining suites
- Wine tasting and chef's kitchen
- Atelier and storage room
- Business center
- South facing lounge
Extra bonus for residents of 15 Hudson Yards - the rooftop hangout spot - will be located on the Skytop level of the 88-story tower and will include lounge, a dining room, and fireplace.
What truly puts Hudson Yards in a “league of its own” is advanced technology: the concept of “smart home” technology will be built into the project, so you will be able to interact with the community from your phone in an absolutely new way. The system of sensors and apps was developed in partnership with NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress.
"Hudson Yards is not only changing the skyline – it’s going to change the way people perceive New York. People will look at the Hudson Yards as a leading indicator of what a smart city is all about. Everything we are trying to do here is best-in-class and in a long haul, that’s going to have a huge effect on the way New York works” - Jay Cross, President Hudson Yards at Related.
Parks, Community, Culture, Art and Much More
Hudson Yards development is much more than magnificent skyscrapers and luxury amenities. It is the next great New York City neighborhood.
World-class shopping will include the city’s first Neiman Marcus along with other cutting-edge, independent boutiques and premier shops; these will make Hudson Yards the newest luxury retail destination.
The restaurant collection will offer a variety of 25 dining and casual eating options from some of the world’s best chefs, including Thomas Keller, David Chang, and many others. Residents of Hudson Yards will enjoy exclusive benefits, including priority dining reservations, exclusive event tickets, VIP art memberships, and much more.
A new public landmark – Vessel – is rising at the heart of Hudson Yard’s Public Square and Gardens. Designed by Heatherwick Studio, this 15-story structure will be filled with more than 2000 climbable steps and have 80 observation landings, offering the public some of the most unique city views.
The High Line is an elevated public park (30 feet above street level); it wraps around Hudson Yards and offers amazing views of the city and the Hudson River. One-third of the High Line is on Hudson Yards.
Scheduled to be open in spring 2019, The Shed will be Hudson Yard's cultural center and feature performances of global and local artists. A six-story performance and exhibition space will have a the capacity to house up to 3,000 people. It was designed by Diller Scofidio & Renfro together with the Rockwell Group. Located on the west side of Manhattan, The Shed will be adjacent to 15 Hudson Yards and be next to the Public Square and Gardens.
The first tower, located at 10 Hudson Yards, was completed in 2016. This 52-story building is expected to be the office for 7 thousand employees. Last year the project welcomed its first tenants: Coach Inc., L'Oreal, Boston Consulting Group, VaynerMedia and other big brands.Located close to the Jacob Javits Convention Center, this state-of-the-art office space is promising to be a new business hub of the city.