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As multiple buildings rise, Hudson Yards begins to emerge as a neighborhood

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A new set of photos show the community beginning to take shape

Construction at Hudson Yards, the megaproject that is taking shape along Manhattan's far west side, seems to be progressing along with few hitches. A new series of photos from Field Condition show recent progress for 30 Hudson Yards, 55 Hudson Yards, and the Shed. The completed 10 Hudson Yards, the 895-foot-tall, Kohn Pederson Fox-designed skyscraper that is home to brands like Coach and L’Oreal, can also be seen in the set of photos.

30 Hudson Yards will be the tallest tower within the project. The building just recently begin to rise but once completed, it will stand at 1,300 feet and will have an outdoor observation deck at the 1,100-foot mark.

55 Hudson Yards, the 51-story office building that will stand 780-feet tall when complete, broke ground just a few months ago. It’s expected to be completed sometime in 2018.

10 Hudson Yards reached its full height back in October 2015 and welcomed its commercial tenants in May 2016.

The Shed is a collaboration between Rockwell Group and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and will serve as a performance, installation, and exhibition space across its 200,000 square feet of space. It’s expected to open in 2017.