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One Hudson Yards in Chelsea: Review and Ratings | CityRealty

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

This very handsome and lavish 33-story tower at One Hudson Yards at 530 West 30th Street was completed in 2017 by the Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group.

It has 178 rental apartments with one-bedrooms starting at $5,095.

It was designed by Davis Brody Bond and Andre Kikoski is the interior designer.

The building is technically not part of the developers’ master plan for the 28-acre Hudson Yards project to which it is adjacent.

The building offers access down a hall under the adjacent High Line to Abington House, a 33-story rental building by the same developers and residents can avail themselves of its amenities including an Equinox gym.

Bottom Line

The handsomest of all the buildings yet announced for the vast Hudson Yards project, it will have a direct view to the north of the movable culture “Shed” at 15 Hudson Yards and beyond that of the dashing “Vessel,” a 16-story, open, centerpiece structure of connected staircases designed by Thomas Heatherwick in the form of a crownless inverted pineapple.

Description

This building has a tower whose main, north-facing façade is an extremely handsome, thin, red-granite grid with each grid component encompassing three stories. This façade is almost symmetrical but its western edge is missing a vertical red granite enclosure.

The façade’s eastern side faces away in two angled sections. The easternmost section is the shortest and rises up only about half the height of the main section of the tower but it also repeats the grid-style façade.  The middle section is all glass but stops about four stories short of the main section’s top.

Amenities

The building hasl about 19,000 square feet of amenities including an 82-foot-long lap pool and a smaller high-salinity pool for easy floating, a half-size basketball court, a two-lane bowling alley as well as access, for a fee, to the Equinox Gym at Abington House via a hall under the High Line.

It also has a concierge, a roof deck, bicycle room, a children’s playroom, a garage, a live-in superintendent, a media room, a package room, and a valet.

Apartments

Apartments have 10-foot-high ceilings, wine refrigerators, Miele appliances, and washers and dryers.

Many of the kitchens will have steam ovens rather than microwaves

Outside air will be pumped into each apartment to keep things fresh.

Apartment D on floors 6 through 21 is a three-bedroom unit with a long entry foyer that leads to a 22-foot-long, triangular living/dining room with an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.

Apartment D on floors 23 through 31 is a three-bedroom unit with a corner, 25-foot-long living/dining room with an open kitchen with a breakfast bar and an angled, corner master bedroom.

Another a three-bedroom unit has an entry foyer that leads past an open kitchen with a breakfast bar to a corner, 28-foot-long living/dining room.

Apartment C on floors 6 through 17 is a two-bedroom unit with an 20-foot-long living/dining room and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.

Another two-bedroom unit has a 20-foot-long living/dining room with an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.

Apartment 5G is a one-bedroom unit with an entry foyer that leads to a 15-foot-long living/dining room with an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.