One Hudson Yards is Related Rentals’ newest collection of high-design luxury rental residences with curated art, wellness and lifestyle amenities and services. Built to exceed the most lavish condominium specifications, the 33-story building features bold architecture by Davis Brody Bond, with layouts by Executive Architect Ismael Leyva Architects, and rich interiors by the award-winning Andre Kikoski Architect that were custom designed to meet the needs of sophisticated and discerning New Yorkers.
One Hudson Yards is situated at 530 West 30th Street along the High Line and at the southern entrance to Hudson Yards. The sleek stone and glass building comprises 178 apartments that range from one- to three-bedrooms with one four-bedroom home on the penthouse level.
Each apartment is generously laid out with 10-foot ceilings, wide-plank grey oak floors, and extra-tall windows in a modern curtain wall façade that reveal breathtaking views of Hudson Yards, the Hudson River, West Chelsea and Downtown Manhattan. The building’s amenities were also designed by Andre Kikoski, with a painstaking attention to detail.
The amenities are an extension of the home and the goal was to create spaces that inspire and connect residents to their neighbors, essentially remaking the feel of an entire neighborhood inside this one building. Each space has a distinctive material palette and design sensibility that compliments your lifestyle, whether you are going for a swim, playing vintage Atari in the game lounger hosting a soiree in one of the penthouse-level lounges.
Focused on integrating art and architecture throughout the building, every piece in the building’s art collection is about process, production, and materiality. The building is surrounded by and filled with art- it overlooks Heatherwick Studio’s interactive design piece Vessel and The Shed, New York’s first arts center to commission new work across the performing arts, visual arts, and popular culture.
The grand lobby’s walls are finished with shimmering bronze in a custom cast made by pouring molten metal over crumpled sheets of linen to create a one-of-a-kind organic form. This same process was used to create artist Michele Francois’s bronze sculpture “Instant Gratification,” which hangs behind the concierge desk.
The lobby features another Francois sculpture called Squiggle, which is a line drawing in three dimensions, a gold leaf table dubbed Table d’oree, designed 1961 by Yves Kleinusing 3,000 sheets of gold leaf, glass, acrylic, wood and steel, and a custom light sculpture by Lasvit.
On the fifth floor, residents will enjoy a sun and barbeque terrace designed by Landscape Architect Terrain that overlooks the High Line, while the penthouse level showcases two exquisite lounges, each with a full-service kitchen, dining area and landscaped terrace with barbeques, also designed by Terrain.
The lower level features a suite of swimming pools comprised of an 82-foot pool, plunge pool, salt pool and hot tub, all complemented by a spa oasis with a sauna and steam room, and seamless connection to a state-of-the-art fitness center curated by Equinox®.
Residents of all ages will find opportunities for fun and recreation at One Hudson Yards, from the half-court basketball court to the bowling alley and game lounge, which is replete with a pool table, foosball and shuffle board, in addition to colorful Roto designed children’s playroom with a custom climbing gym.
One Hudson Yards has proven extremely popular and is now 95% leased since launching. The building provides a comprehensive lifestyle experience with best-in-class amenities and a prime location on the High Line at Hudson Yards – the new epicenter of cutting-edge architecture, culture, shopping, dining and parks in New York City. Source and photos Courtesy of Related Companies
Article by Marco Rinaldi