Following the sales launch on its pricey condos last fall, Related Companies is set to debut its second residential project, as part of the megadevelopment, sometime this summer. Known as One Hudson Yards, the rental building features 178 apartments with prices starting from $5,095 per month for a one-bedroom (yikes!!).
While the project technically sits just outside of Related and Oxford Companies’ master plan for Hudson Yards, the rental building is now being considered a part of the overall development in the area.
Plans for the project were first announced in the summer of 2014. Davis Brody Bond is the architect on the project, and Andre Kikoski Architect is doing the interiors.
The building features one through three-bedroom apartments with one single four bedroom penthouse atop the 33-story development. Apartments here will come with 10-foot-tall ceilings, Miele appliances, and offer views of Downtown Manhattan. Amenities in the building will include an 82-foot pool, an Equinox gym, and a bowling alley, among others.
One Hudson Yards was once the name the developers set aside for the office building now being called 55 Hudson Yards, according to The Real Deal. That building is supposed to be complete sometime next year.
“We have always envisioned Hudson Yards offering a diversity of residential products,” Ben Joseph, the executive vice president at Related Companies, said in a statement. “The first condominium at Hudson Yards, 15 Hudson Yards, has been incredibly successful and we are excited to now offer a condominium-level experience for those who prefer to lease in one of the most dynamic and exciting neighborhoods in the city.”