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Where five of the biggest tech companies are signing leases in Manhattan.
The supports of the High Line are incorporated into the space.
These projects are in various states of development in the bustling west side neighborhood.
Edge at Hudson Yards juts 80 feet off of the supertall skyscraper 1,131 feet above the ground.
Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.
The penthouses sit close to the top of Hudson Yards’s tallest residential tower.
Companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Apple could continue to drive the trend.
Prospective residents should consider the area’s ongoing construction before signing paperwork.
Four years after 520 West 28th Street launched sales, its apartments struggle to find buyers
The 1,000-foot-high attraction juts 65 feet off of a supertall skyscraper.
DXA Studios designed a sinuous walkway that could safely shepherd commuters between the two destinations.
The Shed will debut on April 5 with several notable commissions
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107 affordable apartments are up for grabs within 15 Hudson Yards
The neighborhood on Manhattan’s far west side represents a vision of the city’s future—but will New Yorkers buy into it?
What to expect from NYC’s towers, transit, parks, and more in the coming 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 city is still years away from rolling out its new fleet of open gangway subway cars, but they’re closer to the tracks than anyone imagined.
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.
Landmarks like St. Patrick’s and Grand Central Terminal will be able to sell off their treasure trove of air rights for millions.
As the "public landmark" at the megaproject’s center begins its ascent, we check in on the status of the massive development’s myriad skyscrapers.
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 flexible-format store is poised to open in 2019.
The building may be adjacent to the Lincoln Tunnel, but from inside you’d never know.
30 Hudson Yards, which is slated to be the tallest of the towers in the megaproject, already has several floors way above ground. It's anticipated completion date isn't until 2019.