Articles on Hudson Yards Project

Hudson Yards Update

To say that the Hudson Yards area of New York is currently in the throws of transformation is something of an understatement. Already in progress, the future Hudson Yards will be home to 4,000 residences, state-of-the-art office towers, a full 14 acres of public open space, over 100 shops and restaurants, and more over the next few years.

Pier Pressure: Pier 42 Gets New Renderings and Pier 55 Still Looks Good

Pier 42 Rendering looks great for the Lower East Side

Rendering via The Broadsheet

Whereas Pier 55 and Pier 47 (Superpier) have taken center stage among NYC’s pier redevelopment projects, Pier 42, the redesign of which has been on ice for awhile, may soon transfporm into a beautiful public space for the Lower East Side. During a meeting only a couple weeks ago, The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation planned to allocate $17 million for its redevelopment, with $7 million for the first phase.

6 Latest Condominium Updates Worth Noting

Rendering of Hudson Yards from New Jersey at dusk

The anticipated Hudson Yards is one of the newest ongoing projects in NYC.

More and more high-rise buildings continue to soar in Manhattan, one of the most cosmopolitan centers of the world. In a rapidly changing city, it’s sometimes tough to keep up. Let’s slow down and take a look at a few upcoming buildings worth noting.

Hudson Yards Finally Breaks Ground

What the Hudson Yards is supposedly going to look like once completed.Related Companies and Oxford Property Group broke ground yesterday at Hudson Yards, their Far West Side development. 6 years of planning has led to this, and it may be Mayor Bloomberg’s greatest legacy in the final moments of his third term. The public/private development is set to rise on 26 acres over the next 12 years beginning with the Hudson Yards South Tower. The South Tower will be the 47-story home of the luxury retailer Coach, located at the northeast corner of Tenth avenue and 30th Street. The South Tower will also include 740,000 square feet owned by Coach to be used as a commercial condominium.

Affordable Housing on the Edge of Hudson Yards Development

The massive Hudson Yards project will include a large affordable housing programMere weeks away from breaking ground on the first building of the massive Hudson Yards development, the company in charge, Related Cos., has lined up financing for a new residential project right across the street. New York State’s Public Authority Control Board has authorized up to $54 million in tax exempt bonds for the 139-unit tower at 529 W 29th Street. The project is only eligible for these tax-exempt bonds due to the fact that Related is planning to sell some of the apartments to residents in the low to moderate income bracket at affordable rates.