The billionaire developer is moving to a penthouse at 35 Hudson Yards
The 11th-floor aerie has six bedrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows
The Related Companies-developed project is comprised of 15 galleries located below the High Line.
The 33-story One Hudson Yards has amenities spread out on three different floors of the building.
The Time Warner Center will welcome Deutsche Bank to a new, 1.1 million-square-foot HQ.
Hudson Yards is on track to open next March
It’s part of a new two-condo development known as Hudson Residences.
The Hudson Yards developer is said to be planning a 22-story mixed-use building.
The building is "ideal for renters who have the means to buy but choose to lease the luxury lifestyle," says the developer’s VP of luxury leasing.
Vessel gets stacked, 30 Hudson Yards rises, and more.
Seven months after the building’s $50 million penthouse found a buyer, an even pricier unit has followed suit.
Known as One Hudson Yards, the rental building features 178 apartments with prices starting from $5,095 per month for a one-bedroom.
Their work can be seen on the existing corrugated metal walls and gates of what will be the hybrid gallery-eatery space, High Line Nine, on Tenth Avenue, between West 28th and 27th Streets.
The condo is already 80 percent sold. Prices on available units range from $7.25 million for a three-bedroom and go up to $65 million for one of the building’s penthouses.
261 Hudson Street, a 12-story building located between Broome and Spring Streets on Hudson Street, is set to welcome its first group of tenants on April 15.
The developer is hoping to entice gallery owners back to the neighborhood with "the High Line Nine," a new space for art, along with galleries in Hadid’s pricey West 28th Street condo.
The 985-foot building designed by Foster + Partners is expected to cost $3.94 billion—more than One Vanderbilt and One World Trade Center.
The filings account for only a portion of the block-long building. When complete, it will stand 985 feet tall.
Also see the progress on Extell’s two-building East Village rentals, which have now reached their full height. Both projects are expected to wrap construction in 2018.
The 58-story building will take up an entire city block and so far investment management firm BlackRock has signed on to lease 850,000 square feet at the building spread out over 15 floors.
If you have a pair of 3-D glasses, put them on before you make your way to the site. From the map, the condo appears to be a five-bedroom unit. The two five-bedrooms at 70 Vestry currently listed on the market are asking $19 million and $29.5 million respectively.
The couple reportedly purchased a five-bedroom apartment that was listed for upwards of $20 million in August this year. The 14-story building, designed by Robert A.M. Stern will have a total of 46 apartments.
Say hello to Vessel. The massive sculpture—excuse us, "public landmark"—is the much-anticipated centerpiece of the new public square at Hudson Yards, the design for which was unveiled on the site of the megaproject.
The properties Related is taking over include a three-story storage building at 170 Eleventh Avenue, two plots facing 23rd Street, and another plot on the other end closer to 22nd Street.
Apartments at the Easton range in size from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms, and the 39-story tower is divided into two sections — Floors 10 through 29 have one, two, and three bedroom units. Floors 30 and above are known as the Tower Residences.
This project has been ten years in the making, and over a year after developers broke ground on the office tower, construction is finally above ground, and has been moving steadily since the foundation was laid in August last year.
Back in 2013, when plans were first announced for the Thomas Heatherwick sculpture that would grace the Hudson Yards Plaza, the cost was a staggering $75 million. Now that figure has ballooned to $200 million with no rendering in sight yet.
Units will start at $6.25 million