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This building and Coach are such fatties.
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They're not fat, just big boned
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A good read....


https://www.ft.com/content/2745d486-...8-168383da43b7

Stephen Ross on New York’s biggest real estate venture




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...The chairman and founder of Related Companies, the project’s developer, says that Hudson Yards will be the largest private-sector commercial and residential development in US history. More than 20m sq ft, it will include five office towers, 4,000 homes, a school, hotel, cultural venue and 100 shops. From his corner office in New York’s Time Warner Center, a couple of floors beneath his penthouse home and less than two miles away from Hudson Yards, Mr Ross explains that his plans are founded on one conviction: most people in the world want to live, work and relax in busy urban areas.
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http://chelseanow.com/2017/05/hudson...rties-by-2019/

Hudson Yards on Track to Open Most Properties By 2019







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Rising out of a landscape that once boasted little more than bus parking and filling stations, the 28-acre Hudson Yards is already taking shape as the nation’s largest private real estate development. More than eight million square feet of commercial, residential, and mixed-use space are currently under construction or completed, with 88 percent of commercial property already committed. The retail space, set to open next year, is already 60 percent leased. And Related Companies just announced that Hudson Yards will now offer 25 restaurant and food concepts, including a 35,000-square-foot Spanish food hall.

.....Next to 10 Hudson Yards is the retail area, The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, set to open in the fall of 2018. It comprises more than a mile of shopping opportunities, and is anchored by retail outlets including Neiman Marcus, who announced they would open their first New York City store at Hudson Yards.

“Hudson Yards presents the ideal location for a Neiman Marcus store. The project is a bold and innovative retail idea and one that complements how we view our Neiman Marcus Brand,” said Karen Katz, president and chief executive officer of Neiman Marcus Group. “Neiman Marcus Group is well-known to New York and New Yorkers through our landmark Bergdorf Goodman store — a beloved and revered New York institution at the corner of Fifth and 58th, and we are excited to establish a store in one of the world’s premier shopping destinations. We look forward to serving New Yorkers and visitors to New York with legendary Neiman Marcus style.”

Other retailers include Banana Republic, Aritzia, Athleta, Tory Burch, NYX, Zara, Stuart Weitzman, H&M, AG, Origins, The Body Shop, Kiehl’s, Jo Malone, and MAC. Related just announced that diners will be able to choose from a wide variety of cuisines, including Chef Thomas Keller’s classic American restaurant, a new concept from David Chang’s Momofuku, Chef Costas Spiliadis’ Greek seafood restaurant Estiatorio Milos, a modern brasserie concept from D&D London, and an American Grill concept from Chef Michael Lomonaco.

And, in an exciting joint venture with Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup will debut a unique new concept nestled under the High Line — a sprawling 35,000-square-foot space, akin to a Spanish-style Eataly.

By 2019, the first US restaurant from Juan Santa Cruz’ Santa Cruz Co. will join the collection and anchor 35 Hudson Yards, home to residences and the inaugural Equinox Hotel. Additional eateries will be unveiled throughout the coming year.

Additional restaurants are planned for 35 Hudson Yards and 50 Hudson Yards, and other cafés and fast-casual offerings will be located at 55 Hudson Yards, 50 Hudson Yards, 10 Hudson Yards and the pavilion in the Public Square and Gardens. The collection includes signature restaurants, as well as eateries and quick service locations including Bouchon Bakery and Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee.

These concepts will range in size from 350 sq. ft. to 16,000 sq. ft., and offer a variety of cuisines and experiences morning to night throughout the new neighborhood. Several restaurants will offer outdoor dining. Co-curated by Chef Keller and restaurateur Kenneth A. Himmel, the full collection will establish Hudson Yards as a global culinary destination.

.....To access the Shops, guests will enter the five-story atrium that merges the retail center with the Public Square and Gardens. Levels 1–4 will house retailers, and a dozen specialty restaurants will occupy Levels 4–6, including concepts by Chef Thomas Keller, Chef Costas Spiliadis of Milos, and Chef José Andrés. On Levels 5–7, Neiman Marcus will offer a penthouse shopping experience.

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Cattycorner to these shops and set to open in 2018, 55 Hudson Yards will be home to Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP; Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP; Point72; and MarketAxess. Later that year, the retail center and five-acre Public Square and Gardens will open. In 2019, 30 Hudson Yards will open its doors, home to global investment firm KKR, Wells Fargo Securities, Time Warner, CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting, Warner Bros., and DNB Bank.

The mixed-used 35 Hudson Yards, currently on its 10th floor of construction, will follow. The 1.1M GSF, 1,000-square-feet-tall mixed-use tower was designed to accommodate a hotel, residences, retail space, office space, and a fitness club. When 35 Hudson Yards opens in 2019, it will house 137 for-sale residences, the world’s first Equinox hotel, a 60,000-square-foot Equinox Fitness Club and Spa, and Equinox’s global office headquarters.

And demolition is already underway on the corner lot that will feature 50 Hudson Yards, the 2.9M-square-foot, 985-foot-tall office tower at W. 33rd St. and 10th Ave. Designed by Foster + Partners, it will house the investment management firm BlackRock, which will relocate from its Park Avenue offices. The design stacks three distinct blocks of commercial space on top of each other, staggered with setbacks to create external terraces, with a signature “halo” at the top, adding a new element to the NYC skyline. That building is expected to open by 2022.



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I always love how the people who make rendering thing the whole world is populated by attractive young people.
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Aww... so does that mean all Japanese people don't look like this?




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I always love how the people who make rendering thing the whole world is populated by attractive young people.
Right, I am too ugly to even be there lol.
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The picture of the workers on the beams is amazing ... what a job! Guess time: How long till this passes its little brother next door?
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The picture of the workers on the beams is amazing ... what a job! Guess time: How long till this passes its little brother next door?
I give it a couple of months for sure. But it's always amazing to see the guys up there. They put the NY skyline in place.



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Does anyone know what the zoning is/who owns those two massive surface parking lots directly to the south of the western yards right on the west side highway?
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Would be awesome to see a before and after showing what this area looked before any of these developments began and what we have now (the picture above).
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Does anyone know what the zoning is/who owns those two massive surface parking lots directly to the south of the western yards right on the west side highway?
Proposal for the first block...

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=214217




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Would be awesome to see a before and after showing what this area looked before any of these developments began and what we have now (the picture above).


Not quite the same angle, but...



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