30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck
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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 designed by Bill Pedersen of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) 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.

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck
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The 90-story, 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 new No. 7 Subway station.

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck
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Time Warner Inc., a global leader in media and entertainment with businesses in television networks, film and TV entertainment and publishing, has already acquired more than one million square feet of office space at 30 Hudson Yards and plans to move approximately 5,000 employees from its corporate operations as well as its CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. entities – consolidating the divisions under one roof for the first time.

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck
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Unmatched by any new construction, 30 Hudson Yards will feature the most efficient large floor plans in New York City, cutting-edge communications systems for tenants and unparalleled amenities for workers. Related expects several million visitors a year to its observation deck, which will be a part of the 92-story skyscraper 30 Hudson Yards.

30 Hudson Yards Observation Deck
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The deck will be 1,100 feet in the air and stretch more than 5,000 square feet, boasting spectacular 360-degree views of Manhattan and beyond, said Joanna Rose, a spokeswoman for the Related Companies, which is developing a 27-acre development complex on Manhattan’s Far West Side. The deck will have something for adrenaline junkies, too — a “thrill-seeking element” — the details of which are still being worked out, a Related executive said on a tour of the construction site on Thursday. Spurce by Hudson Yards.

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