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Related’s 35 Hudson Yards Tops Out As Neighborhood’s First Residential Supertall

35 Hudson Yards. Rendering by Visual House via Related Companies.

By: Andrew Nelson 8:00 am on June 19, 2018

Progress on the second highest tower in the Hudson Yards mega-development has reached a milestone. 35 Hudson Yards has officially topped out at 1,009 feet. Now that it has reached that height, it is the ninth tallest structure in New York City and 19th tallest in the United States. Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group are responsible for the development. Next door, 30 Hudson Yards is tantalizingly close to topping out, but the milestone has not yet officially occurred.

35 Hudson Yards, image by Chuckd44

The 72-story building will yield 1.055 million square feet within, with 137 private residencies and a 217-key Equinox hotel on floors 15 through 29. Retail spaces will be included on the first and second floor. Residents will have access to a sky lobby, ballroom, and spa amenities.

Hudson Yards, image from a YIMBY reader

David Childs, chairman of SOM, is responsible for the design. He is best known for designing the One World Trade Center. The architecture firm’s site says of the building’s design, “Terraces at each setback create outdoor gardens that become smaller and more frequent toward the top of the tower. Clad in limestone and glass, the building’s facade unifies the variety of programmatic elements stacked within.” The building is expected to achieve a LEED Gold certification.

Hudson Yards, image via Related

Completion is expected by 2019.

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4 Comments on "Related’s 35 Hudson Yards Tops Out As Neighborhood’s First Residential Supertall"

  1. David | June 19, 2018 at 8:13 am | Reply

    Yeses. Please pardon me for using your space. I yearned to Hudson Yards.

  2. Howard Miller | June 19, 2018 at 10:25 am | Reply

    Surprisingly, with much of the exterior in place, 35 Hudson Yards actually looks much better than its render does! Yay!

    And what a pleasant surprise, indeed, since just about everything else seen at Hudson Yards NOT the Vessel or Shed, is not just exceptionally ugly, but is downright “Fugly”.

    Especially that brutal, cold, soulless, hulking abomination known as 30 Hudson Yards which deserves to be crowned the Fugliest supertall in the world! 🤮

    Sorry, NYC developers, but your cheap AF “value engineering” is destroying our skyline and most certainly is NOT befitting of a city that claims to be the “Capital of the World”.

    NOT with the THIRD RATE architecture seen so far in Hudson Yards for virtually everything except (thank goodness) 35, the Vessel and the Shed.

    Or of course, the Highline Park.

    Here’s hoping what’s yet to come in Hudson Yards is a vast improvement over the boring, banal, or in the case of that Fugliest of them all, 30, which just gets fuglier and fuglier by the day…🙄😱☹️

  3. Joey Korom | June 19, 2018 at 11:57 am | Reply

    Let me see if I get this…you don’t like the architecture at Hudson Yards?

  4. Richard | June 19, 2018 at 9:43 pm | Reply

    As seemingly disjointed as it is, I’ll take Rockefeller Center over this pile of reflective glass any day.

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