Since the 2005 rezoning that paved the way for Hudson Yards, development within the 28-acre site has been sprouting up left and right. Although there's still years to go before the new neighborhood on the Far West Side actually resembles anything but a construction site, construction crews are plugging away and making progress. The first office building at 10 Hudson Yards is near topping out, and Related's first residential tower is now on the rise. Gothamist stopped by the East Yard of the site, bounded by 30th and 34th streets and Tenth and Eleventh avenues, to catch up on what was going on. According to the site, there are at least ten cranes spread throughout the yard. Here's what they're working on.
10 Hudson Yards (↑) has sunk big-name tenants like Coach and L'Oreal. Pictured in the center rear is Manhattan West, the Brookfield Properties-developed mini megaproject that's in the boundary of the Special Hudson Yards District but isn't a part of Related's Hudson Yards development. The rail tracks will eventually be covered over by a platform.
This hole will give way to the residential building 15 Hudson Yards; the first residential building to break ground in the development. The Culture Shed, a performing arts venue with a retractable roof, will rise to the
The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards will be anchored by Neiman Marcus.
This area will become a public square.
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· Checking In At Hudson Yards, Manhattan's Enormous New Luxury Neighborhood [Gothamist]
· Construction Update: 15 Hudson Yards, Aka The Culture Tower, Midtown West [YIMBY]
· The Definitive Guide to the Hudson Yards Development Boom [Curbed]