Work began on the first Hudson Yards tower in August, and construction has progressed to the point where one can actually tell a tower is rising from the ground. The first part of the Related Companies megaproject is now level with its elevated neighbor, the High Line, and steel beams outline the base of the future 47-story, Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed skyscraper. Tenants of the Ohm on Eleventh Avenue (among other buildings) have a front row seat to the construction, and according to at least one renter, they are less than pleased. "Construction is 24 hours leaving many nearby residents...annoyed as all hell," writes our tipster, who sent along these photos, which were taken from the Ohm's 25th floor. "If you post the night shot, please also post that residents are getting sick of that shit."
· Hudson Yards coverage [Curbed]