Hudson Yards, New York City's new $ 25 billion neighborhood, the most expensive property development in US history, officially opens to the public on March 15.
Two days before the opening of the opening, I got a sneak peek of 35 Hudson Yards, 92-storey luxury tower, the tallest residential building on the Hudson Yards. The mixed-use tower includes luxurious two- to six-room condos starting on the 53rd floor as well as a restaurant, store room, an Equinox Fitness Club and Spa and SoulCycle and a branded Equinox hotel – the first of its kind.
"Our tower, Hudson Yards, with its combination of retail, office, hotel and residential purposes, is a city within Hudson Yards, exactly in the way Hudson Yards itself is a full mixed city in Manhattan, "architect David Childs said in a press release.
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35 Hudson Yards is adorned as the more exclusive neighbor of nearby residential tower 1
At 35 Hudson Yards, housing starts at $ 5 million. The high end of the currently priced units is $ 28.5 million, but penthouses have not yet been priced.
Related sales and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group handles sales and marketing for 35 Hudson Yards. Starting March 15, same day, Hudson Yards officially opens.
Here's what it's within 35 Hudson Yards.