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35 Hudson Yards exterior from the High Line Credit: Binyan Studios 35 Hudson Yards exterior from the High Line Credit: Binyan Studios
Last week, the Related Companies/Oxford Properties unveiled a few images and details of their mixed-use megatower, 35 Hudson Yards. Soaring 1,039 feet tall into the west side skyline, the topped-out supertall will have the highest apartments in Hudson Yards proper and will be the tallest mixed-use building in New York City when finished in 2019.
The project is designed by David Childs of Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM), the architect behind towering icons such as One World Trade Center and Worldwide Plaza. Here, Childs conceived of a shape-shifting form that shadows the varying programmatic uses within. As we previously mentioned, the tower has the most ambitious stacking of uses since Related/SOM’s-own Time Warner Center built in 2003. The 1.1 million-square-foot endeavor will have luxury residences, Class-A office space, an Equinox-branded hotel, and ground-floor retail. To unify the design, a hybrid curtain wall of limestone and glass progressively thins and dissolves into all glass. The tiered profile culminates with a curvilinear lantern, adding a distinctive profile to the crowded skyline.
35-Hudson-Yards-05 Living Room (Credit: Binyan Studios)
Recently, the team announced that the 143 for-sale residences will be refined by AD100 designer Tony Ingrao. We expect a full unveil in the coming months, but based on the two interior renderings, you can expect apartments with extensive window walls, sweeping panoramic views, and top-notch finishes and fixtures. The sky-high offering will have an amenity package to match which will include services from the Equinox Hotel below and an Equinox fitness club and spa.
35-Hudson-Yards-053 Great room (Binyan Studios)
The city's other mixed-used giants include the 1,004-foot tall One57 which has a Park Hyatt Hotel topped by condos, the 926-foot-tall 30 Park Place which has a Four Seasons Hotel on its lower floors topped by condos above, and New York by Gehry which has 903 rentals perched above a public school. Forthcoming mixed-use buildings that will surpass 35 Hudson Yards in height include Central Park Tower, 45 Broad Street, and 9 Dekalb Avenue.
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