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Mapping the New Development Coming to Hudson Yards

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Mayor Bloomberg, execs from the Related Companies, and other city and development bigwigs broke ground this morning on Hudson Yards, the long in-the-works far west side megaproject. A hearty congrats to all involved. Now that things are getting real around Tenth Avenue and 33rd Street, it seemed time for the next installment of our microhood maps series, this time taking a look at the new buildings set to rise in and right around Hudson Yards. (Please excuse the slight wonkiness of the map?our software had a bit of trouble with the mid-block points.) Did we miss something? Let us know in the comments or via the tipline.


· Hudson Yards coverage [Curbed]

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Residential Tower

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At 30th Street and Eleventh Avenue will sit Hudson Yards' only all-residential building, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and David Rockwell. Quite the powerhouse team! The building will contain 680 apartments.

Office Tower

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One of the two KPF-designed Hudson Yards office towers will be home to Coach, which has taken 750,000 square feet in the tower, with the option for another 100,000.

Office Tower

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The second Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed office tower at Hudson Yards will rise to 1,300 feet.

Retail Space

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The two office buildings will be connected by a two-block-long, five-story retail space with lots of glass and pedestrian walkways. There will be restaurants on the fourth floor (chosen by Danny Meyer) and a ten-screen movie theater on the fifth.

Culture Shed

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The Culture Shed hasn't yet been revealed (this image is an old model of the space). But early rumors have us anticipating some cool stuff: sliding canopies! Art by Jeff Koons.

High Line Phase III

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Ground has already broken on the third section of the High Line, which wends its way around Hudson Yards. High Line Phase III should open in spring 2014. UPDATE: The High Line folks tell us they actually haven't set an official opening date.

One Hudson Yards

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Extell's Gary Barnett is planning a tower that might bug the folks at Related. Barnett's Kohn Pedersen Fox-designated tower, on Eleventh Avenue between 33rd and 34th Streets, isn't part of Related's Hudson Yards megaproject. But it is within the city-designed Hudson Yards district, and it will be called One Hudson Yards. War: on.

Joseph Chetrit's New Project

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Developer Joseph Chetrit recently purchased four lots on West 37th and West 38th streets north of Hudson Yards. He can build between 172,813 and 373,275 square feet according to current zoning.

Public Space

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Related chairman Stephen Ross envisions the project's public space as a sort of "town square," but beyond that, the design specifics have yet to be determined.

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Residential Tower

At 30th Street and Eleventh Avenue will sit Hudson Yards' only all-residential building, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and David Rockwell. Quite the powerhouse team! The building will contain 680 apartments.

Office Tower

One of the two KPF-designed Hudson Yards office towers will be home to Coach, which has taken 750,000 square feet in the tower, with the option for another 100,000.

Office Tower

The second Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed office tower at Hudson Yards will rise to 1,300 feet.

Retail Space

The two office buildings will be connected by a two-block-long, five-story retail space with lots of glass and pedestrian walkways. There will be restaurants on the fourth floor (chosen by Danny Meyer) and a ten-screen movie theater on the fifth.

Culture Shed

The Culture Shed hasn't yet been revealed (this image is an old model of the space). But early rumors have us anticipating some cool stuff: sliding canopies! Art by Jeff Koons.

High Line Phase III

Ground has already broken on the third section of the High Line, which wends its way around Hudson Yards. High Line Phase III should open in spring 2014. UPDATE: The High Line folks tell us they actually haven't set an official opening date.

One Hudson Yards

Extell's Gary Barnett is planning a tower that might bug the folks at Related. Barnett's Kohn Pedersen Fox-designated tower, on Eleventh Avenue between 33rd and 34th Streets, isn't part of Related's Hudson Yards megaproject. But it is within the city-designed Hudson Yards district, and it will be called One Hudson Yards. War: on.

Joseph Chetrit's New Project

Developer Joseph Chetrit recently purchased four lots on West 37th and West 38th streets north of Hudson Yards. He can build between 172,813 and 373,275 square feet according to current zoning.

Public Space

Related chairman Stephen Ross envisions the project's public space as a sort of "town square," but beyond that, the design specifics have yet to be determined.