As west of Manhattan’s skyline continues to alter and grow from the Hudson Yards project, residents have already been welcomed to the new neighborhood at 10 Hudson Yards earlier this year. Developers quickly moved onto 30 Hudson Yards, and now, sales for 15 Hudson Yards condominiums have hit the market this week.
Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, the curvaceous building will stand 910 feet tall. Although not the tallest of the buildings in the Hudson Yards development, it will allow for residents to have easy access to all the amenities that the Hudson Yards District has to offer. The project plans to be completed by 2018.
The first all residence tower in the Hudson Yards project will have 285 condominiums, with current plans to make 106 affordable housing units. The condos will offer one to four bedrooms and will feature five different “residence types.” There will be a Plaza residence– which will be one to three bedroom condos with views of the Hudson Yards public square as well as the highline. Another residence type will be the Loft residence–consisting of all two bedroom condos with high ceilings. In addition, there will be the Panorama residence–one to four bedroom condos with views of the “unobstructed south.” And lastly, the building will consist of four duplex upper penthouses which will sit on the 88th floor of the building with over 5,000 sqft of living space, curved walls of floor-to-ceiling windows that expose the view of the river and city, and living room ceilings that will double the rest of the penthouse at 26 feet.
You can also personalize your home by having the opportunity to chose between two interior design schemes–giving residents the option of either light or dark finishes. The designers have chosen the materials for each home, which consists of Calacatta Michaelangelo marble, Blue de Savoie stone flooring, solid oak cabinetry, and Bendheim glass.
Rendering of the personalized kitchen with the "tonal" option
Rendering of the personalised kitchen with the "contrast" option
One bedrooms measuring 850 sqft will run from $1.9 million, two bedrooms will be 1,450 sqft at $3.7 million, a three bedroom at 2,200 sqft will ask $6.3 million, and a four bedroom which will measure around 2,900 sqft will ask from $11.8 million. Details for the penthouses have yet to be released.