A 28-acre development in the far West Side of Manhattan, Hudson Yards NYC boasts its two phases highlighting the Easter Yard and Western Yard with a target completion date of all stages by 2025. It features eight buildings, including residential and commercial space, a colossal Shopping mall, a public garden, and a Shed cultural center on the East part, while on the Western features office, retail spaces, and an elementary school.
Hudson Yard is a substantial real-estate development known for its magnanimous Rockefeller Center in New York. Architectural Digest emphasizes that Even if you don’t live in New York, Hudson Yards is seen as a cutting-edge model for the future of so-called smart cities, i.e. those that leverage data to monitor and manage urban areas. As it opens employment opportunities to thousands of workers with their gigantic development projects.
In 2016, they gave the public a sneak peek of their Vessel Structure in Fifteen Hudson Yards designed by Rockwell Group and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, with Thomas Heatherwick. With its elaborate honeycomb-like structure of connected staircases, the 50-feet project encourages visitors to climb and explore to get a good view of the grand Hudson River.
There’s also an option for luxury shopping in Hudson Yards, featuring Dior, Chanel, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Piaget, Rolex, Tiffany&Co., Brooks Brothers, Fendi, Stuart Weitzman, and many many many more. Want to stroll around Hudson Yards Mall and don’t know where the best stores are located? Check out this Luxe Guide to Eating and Shopping at NYC’s Hudson Yards. Here’s a Walkthrough experience brought to you by Homeless Penthouse; take a tour around right here, right now!