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One Hudson Yards brings costly rentals to Manhattan's transformative megaproject

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The building is “ideal for renters who have the means to buy but choose to lease the luxury lifestyle”

Courtesy of Related.

Deep-pocketed renters have another Manhattan luxury building to choose from, as leasing officially launches today at Related Companies’s spare-no-expenses rental building, One Hudson Yards.

Located at 530 West 30th Street between Tenth and Eleventh avenues on the fringes of Hudson Yards, the 33-story building is a collaboration between architects Davis Brody Bond and Ismael Leyva and interior designer Andre Kikoski, who created 178 one- to three-bedroom apartments (as well as a single four-bedroom spread on the building’s penthouse floor) done up in materials sourced from the world over and appliances more often seen in condos.

One Hudson Yards is “ideal for renters who have the means to buy but choose to lease the luxury lifestyle,” says Chris Schmidt, vice president of luxury leasing at Related Companies. At that, one-bedrooms here start at $5,095 per month, with two-bedroom, two and a half bathroom apartments seeking upwards of $8,700 per month. Three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartments start around $12,000 per month.

Inside those exclusive abodes, renters will find Turkish marble countertops, Brazilian quartzite vanities, St. Laurent marble floors, Crema Bianco marble walls, and the list of exotic finishes goes on. Kitchens will come with Miele appliances packages, including steam ovens in lieu of microwaves—and some apartments will come with built-in coffee makers. In case there was any doubt yet of the opulence here, air from outside will be pumped into each apartment to keep things from getting stale when windows are closed.

The amenities are equally as impressive, and include an 82-foot swimming pool as well as a plunge pool and salt pool, a half basketball court, a two-lane bowling alley, onsite parking, bike storage, pet grooming and daycare, and the option to pay rent directly with a MasterCard. A recent Times article on One Hudson Yards also notes that the building connects under the High Line to Abington House, a rental by the same team, allowing occupants to share amenities including Abington House’s Equinox gym for $125 per month.

Hudson Yards

347 10th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10001 (212) 801-1000 Visit Website

High Line

btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St, New York, NY 10011 (212) 500-6035 Visit Website

Hudson Yards

, Manhattan, NY 10001