Imagine the views from the kitchen sink.
The massive $1.5 billion effort is "on time and on budget," says Gov. Cuomo.
These projects are in various states of development in the bustling west side neighborhood.
Daniel Och, a billionaire hedge funder, has owned the apartment for a little more than a decade
The company is reportedly checking out an industrial site in Maspeth that’s currently being cleared for new development.
The billionaire developer is moving to a penthouse at 35 Hudson Yards
Outages are common when temperatures are high, the energy company says
The tech giant may be eyeing a massive new office in Norman Foster’s Hudson Yards tower
The tech giant may be looking for office space in Manhattan
When the TWA Hotel opens, "Connie" will be transformed into a cocktail lounge
More than 4,000 solar panels will be installed on the roof of the convention center
The neighborhoods vary by gender, but are often adjacent.
The 2 million square foot building is expected to be complete by 2022
The neighborhood on Manhattan’s far west side represents a vision of the city’s future—but will New Yorkers buy into it?
Pacino lived in various apartments in this building between 1988 and 2013.
There are three different layouts to choose from and rates begin at $4,000/month.
There are a mix of studios, one-, and two-bedrooms that are up for grabs.
The Mets star is renting a two-bedroom apartment at what’s been called the city’s biggest rental, with more than 1,100 apartments.
Construction on the Spiral is slated to begin this summer.
TF Cornerstone’s massive development will begin accepting applications for its affordable rentals.
The building is home to more than 1,000 apartments
The chain’s fifth location has apartments that range in size from 600 to 800 square feet.
There are 46 studios, one-, and two-bedrooms that are being offered as affordable housing.
The Eugene, the megaproject’s first residential building, opened earlier this year
The structure powered the city’s pioneering transit system in the early part of the 20th century.
The fleet of new R-2-11 trains will be added to the MTA’s rolling stock in a few years, but a prototype on view this week offers a sneak peek.
A prototype will be on display at the 7 station at Hudson Yards—and you can weigh in on the design.
The billionaire investor and recently confirmed secretary of commerce had been trying to sell this opulent penthouse since 2015.
The millennial-focused Marriott brand debuted its first NYC hotel, located just south of Times Square, this week.
Amtrak’s CEO announced this week that the bathrooms—which have a reputation for being some of the worst in the city—will get a refresh.
The cinema, which will sit at the base of Bjarke Ingels’s Midtown "courtscraper," will be the neighborhood’s first theater in a decade.
Extell’s ginormous rental building at West 41st Street and Tenth Avenue is offering up an additional set of affordable apartments at the 56-story building.
The lottery on the first set of affordable apartments at Via 57 West got underway in October 2015. At that time 142 apartments were being offered from $565/month.
The financial deal is done, and so "major construction" on the new train station can begin.
The 1,028 apartment building now stands 42 stories high.
An architecture firm proposed a building they’re calling "the Big Bend," which would stretch 4,000 feet long and curve over Billionares’ Row—if, of course, it ever happened.
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.