These projects are in various states of development in the bustling west side neighborhood.
The 10,000-square-foot venue will open in 2021.
The tech giant may be looking for office space in Manhattan
The 2 million square foot building is expected to be complete by 2022
Construction on the 67-story tower has reached the top floor.
The Eugene, the megaproject’s first residential building, opened earlier this year
Developer Brookfield is ready to move forward with another major Manhattan West tower, according to newly processed filings with the city. The Skidmore, Owings & Merrill-designed building is expected to be complete in 2022.
The 2.1 million-square-foot office building will stand 67-stories tall when complete in 2019.
Peek inside 5 Manhattan West after its glassy retrofit by REX Architects. The building will be home to the likes of Amazon, JP Morgan Chase, and Whole Foods.
Amazon will take up the entire sixth and seventh floors of the 16-story building.
The 60,000 square foot market will sit at the base of 5 Manhattan West, within Brookfield’s Hudson Yards-adjacent megaproject.
The mini-megaproject’s first rental building, the Eugene, officially launched leasing—and Curbed got a peek inside.
A lot has happened since we last checked in on Manhattan West, the mini-megaproject rising just a few blocks from Hudson Yards. Construction has progressed rather far since then, and two of the buildings are now encased in shiny glass sheathing.
Planning for the project got underway in 2006 after Brookfield acquired a large parcel of land at Ninth Avenue and 33rd Street in Midtown West. Construction didn't get underway until October 2012 however.
The 844-unit project was only about halfway up two months ago. A lot has happened since then.