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The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Credit: BIG The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Credit: BIG
The first phase of Hudson Yards has opened just three months ago, yet another pair of supertalls is already racing to the sky next door. A thicket of steel beams and tower cranes has sprouted at 35 Hudson Yards, aka The Spiral, architect Bjarke Ingels' 66-story office behemoth that will climb to 1,032 feet, higher than the Chrysler Building.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, Vitali Ogorodnikov, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, construction The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Looking northeast. Credit: Vitali Ogorodnikov
The skyscraper will pack 2.2 million square feet of office space within the 2.6 million-square-foot structure.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, 50 Hudson Yards, Vitali Ogorodnikov, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, construction The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards (left) with 50 Hudson Yards (right). Credit: Vitali Ogorodnikov
To the south, The Spiral faces 50 Hudson Yards, where a concrete core has begun its ascent to the 1,012-foot pinnacle.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, BIG, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, terrace The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Credit: BIG
The sheer glass curtain wall will match the prevailing theme at Hudson Yards. However, the tower’s namesake feature, which spirals up the facade in setback terraces, is a delightful touch that will make the tower stand out among an ever-densifying skyscraper crowd.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, BIG, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, rendering The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Credit: BIG
The skyscraper footprint spans the whole block between 10th Avenue, Hudson Boulevard, and West 34th and 35th Streets. This important junction joins 34th Street, the main east-west thoroughfare in Midtown South, and the verdant Hudson Boulevard, the principal north-south anchor of the emerging Far West Side.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, Vitali Ogorodnikov, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, construction, update The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Credit: Vitali Ogorodnikov
Hudson Boulevard provides much-needed open space and pedestrian flow through the otherwise long blocks, animating the streets in a manner lauded by urban theorist Jane Jacobs.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, Vitali Ogorodnikov, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper, construction, update, city, night, 34th Street The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Looking northwest from 34th Street. Credit: Vitali Ogorodnikov
At the moment, The Spiral marks the northern frontier at Hudson Yards. The recently completed plaza, shopping center, and office complex to the south already bustles with foot traffic from dawn till dusk. By contrast, parking lots and car garages still line the blocks to the north. However, in the coming years, Hudson Boulevard will continue its unrelenting northward march, carrying another wave of development and urban vitality. By the time the Spiral tops out about a year from now, we expect to see more projects rising from the adjacent fallow ground.
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, BIG, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards, within the future Hudson Boulevard scheme. Credit: BIG
The Spiral, 35 Hudson Yards, BIG, Hudson Yards, Hudson Boulevard, office, New York, skyline, skyscraper The Spiral at 35 Hudson Yards. Looking east. Credit: BIG

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