Just a few months after topping out at 1,009 feet, official renderings for 35 Hudson Yards are finally being revealed, giving an idea of what to expect from the second tallest building within the Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group’s Hudson Yards megaproject. A new set of renderings were last revealed in 2015, however, a lot has changed since then and the latest visuals seem to be the real deal.
Developers tapped David Childs from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill to design the 92-story limestone and glass tower, while AD100 architect Tony Ingrao will be responsible for designing the residencies and amenity spaces.
The mixed-use building will be home to much more than its 143 condos. There will be retail space on the first few floors, offices on floors eight through 13, and a 217-room “world-class” Equinox hotel with swanky amenities (including a club and spa) that will encompass 15 floors. Additionally, renderings suggest that many of the apartments will offer high ceilings, bold columns, and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide panoramic views of Manhattan’s skyline and the Hudson River.
Construction is scheduled to wrap up sometime in 2019 and occupancy should follow shortly thereafter.