Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States and the largest development in New York City since Rockefeller Center. The site will include more than 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space, more than 100 shops, a collection of restaurants, approximately 4,000 residences,
The Shed, a new center for artistic invention, 14 acres of public open space, a 750-seat public school and an Equinox® branded luxury hotel with more than 200 rooms, all offering unparalleled amenities for residents, employees and guests. The development of Hudson Yards will create more than 23,000 construction jobs. Hudson Yards will also have a substantial economic impact on the New York City economy.
Once fully operational, the development will contribute nearly $19 billion annually to New York City’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), accounting for 2.5 percent of the citywide GDP. It will also contribute nearly $500 million annually in City taxes. Companies and buildings at Hudson Yards will bring 55,752 direct jobs to the new West Side neighborhood.
10 HUDSON YARDS by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
10 Hudson Yards is located at the northwest corner of 30th Street and 10th Avenue. The 1.8-million-square-foot tower designed to meet LEED Platinum standards, stands 895 feet tall.
Unique among Class A New York City office buildings, 10 Hudson Yards has a direct connection to the celebrated High Line. The tower bridges over the elevated park to create a dramatic 60-foot public passageway that extends through the building. It will also offer a direct connection to the Public Square and Gardens.
15 HUDSON YARDS by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group
Located at the northeast corner of 30th Street and 11th Avenue, the 960,000-square-foot LEED Gold-designed building, will open in 2018, is adjacent to the High Line and The Shed, New York’s new center for artistic invention.
Each residence is equipped with state-of-the-art conveniences that enhance residents’ quality of life, from ducted fresh air with four points of filtration per apartment to Lutron home automation to a grey water recycling system that uses storm water runoff to support cooling and irrigation.
30 HUDSON YARDS by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
30 Hudson Yards is located at the southwest corner of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue and will be completed in 2019. The 2.6-million-square-foot tower will be the second-tallest office building in New York, taller than the Empire State Building and home to the highest outdoor observation deck in the city.
The LEED Gold-designed building will stand 1,296 feet tall and feature river-to-river panoramic views, outdoor terraces, a dramatic triple-height lobby, direct access to premier restaurants and retailers and an underground connection to the No. 7 Subway station.
35 HUDSON YARDS by David M. Childs / SOM
35 Hudson Yards is located at the southeast corner of 33rd Street and 11th Avenue. The 1.1-million-square-foot mixed-use towe will feature approximately 137 exclusive for-sale residences, an over 200-room Equinox® branded luxury hotel, a world-class 60,000 square foot Equinox® fitness club and spa, first class office space and ground floor retail space.
Standing 1,000 feet tall, 35 Hudson Yards will be the tallest residential building at Hudson Yards, offering never-before-seen views from Manhattan’s West Side. Residents living at 35 Hudson Yards will benefit from hotel-style amenities with superior services and on-site concierge staff. Residents will also be surrounded by parks with direct access to the High Line and Hudson Park & Boulevard; exciting shopping, dining, nightlife and cultural events in Hudson Yards; and the variety of entertainment options in the surrounding Chelsea and Midtown neighborhoods.
50 HUDSON YARDS by Foster + Partners
Located at the northwest corner of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue, and spanning an entire city block, 50 Hudson Yards will be New York City’s fourth largest commercial office tower when completed in 2022. The LEED Gold-designed, 2.9-million-gross-square-foot building will stand 985 feet tall, provide direct access to the No. 7 Subway and have entrances on Hudson Park & Boulevard and 10th Avenue, as well as both 33rd and 34th Streets.
The tower is designed to offer a working environment flooded with natural light and will reinvent the workplace in a way that inspires collaboration and interaction. The tower will offer column-free floors throughout the building, larger floorplates at the base, private sky lobbies, staggering views of the Hudson River and executive valet parking in a private porte-cochère. The white stone and glass-clad façade are designed to accentuate the verticality of the building, while the interior is designed to house large trading and amenity spaces.
55 HUDSON YARDS by A. Eugene Kohn / Kohn Pedersen Fox
55 Hudson Yards is a 1.3-million-square-foot office building located at the intersection of Hudson Yards, the High Line and Hudson Park & Boulevard. The LEED Gold-designed building will stand 780 feet tall with the entrance located just across from the No. 7 Subway station. The building is under construction and will be delivered to tenants in 2017 with move-in’s in mid-2018.
55 Hudson Yards is one of the only office buildings in the entire city to have a lobby that opens directly onto a park. The architects further enhanced the appeal of this great outdoor space by designing a dramatic outdoor terrace overlooking the park on the building’s tenth floor. The building’s design also provides future tenants the opportunity to carve private, double-height terraces into the tower in flexible locations.
THE SHOPS & RESTAURANTS by Elkus Manfredi Architects
The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, situated between 10 and 30 Hudson Yards, will be one of New York City’s premier locations for fashion and dining, setting a new benchmark for shopping in a dynamic, mixed-used setting.
The 1,000,000-square-foot retail center will present to visitors and residents a carefully curated collection of top brands through its 100-plus shops. Designed as a captivating interior space, as well as a vantage point for viewing the Public Square and Gardens and Vessel, this multi-level retail center will become a quintessential New York experience. The Shops will also offer convenient access to the High Line and the No. 7 Subway station.
Source and images, Courtesy of Hudson Yards New York.
Article by Marco Rinaldi