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35 Hudson Yards (Credit: Related-Oxford) 35 Hudson Yards (Credit: Related-Oxford)
At 1,039 feet tall, 35 Hudson Yards will bring the highest residences to the Hudson Yards mega-project. Last week, by way of The Real Deal, the supertall gained another superlative as the second-most expensive project approved to launch sales since 2016. The 72-floor tower, being developed by the Related Companies and Oxford Property Group, has a $1.53 billion target sellout— second only to Extell’s Central Park Tower whose sellout tops $4 billion.
35 Hudson Yards will stand apart from its sister buildings due to its incredible mixture of uses — awarding it another superlative as the tallest mixed-use tower in the city. According to its architects, Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM), the 1.1 million-square-foot project will accommodate 137 private residences, an Equinox branded luxury hotel, an Equinox fitness club and spa, Class-A office space, and ground-floor retail. The building will be the most ambitious stacking of uses since Related/SOM’s-own Time Warner Center finished in 2003. The city's other mixed-used giants include the 1,004-foot tall One57 which has a Park Hyatt Hotel topped by condos, and the 926-foot-tall 30 Park Place which has a Four Seasons Hotel on lower floors and residences above.
35-Hudson-Yards-03 Close-up of 35 Hudson Yard's pinnacle (SOM / Related-Oxford)
35-Hudson-Yards034 The varying designs of 35 Hudson Yards over the years (Related-Oxford)
The tower's design has been the biggest shape-shifter in the Hudson Yards development. Current renderings, including the recently released one at the top, show the building will be clad in limestone and glass and will crescendo upward by way of strategically-placed terraces. “Transitions in the program are expressed as a series of setbacks that twist around the tower,” says SOM. The setbacks will lend the tower a timeless silhouette and yield multiple outdoor spaces. The building's hybrid curtain wall serves to unify the variety of programmatic elements stacked within and relates to both the stone spires of the past and the glass prisms of recent years.
35-Hudson-Yards-03 ZD-1 diagram submitted to NYC DOB
The upper half of the building will be devoted to 136 condos, which are expected to launch sales later this year. Details on the units are not yet available but for those who can’t wait to get into the development, the residences at Fifteen Hudson Yards are on sale with two-bedrooms starting at $3.875M, three-bedrooms from $8.475 million and four-bedrooms from $11.88 million. For those looking to rent, Related recently debuted the super high-end One Hudson Yards where one-bedrooms begin at $5,350/month.
Below the condos, from floors 15 to 29, the Related-owned luxury fitness chain Equinox will have quite a presence. Here will be the world’s first Equinox-branded luxury hotel, as well as a 60,000-square-foot Equinox gym and spa, its largest to date. Equinox’s headquarters will also be among the building’s first-class office space, and the Equinox-owned SoulCycle will be among the ground-floor retail tenants.
Related Oxford Podum (Related-Oxford)
35 HY is now nearly three-quarters up with construction expected to finish in 2019. It will join “Vessel.” the Shed, 10, 15, and 30 Hudson Yards as part of the eastern leg of the monstrous development. When the tower opens it will mark the full-completion of the 13-acre eastern railyards site that is bounded by Eleventh and Twelfth Avenues from 30th to 33rd Streets. Ultimately, the Hudson Yards development will include 18 million square feet of space and cost a total of $25 billion making it the largest private development in the history of the United States. In 2008, Related entered a $1 billion long-term lease with the MTA to develop the 26-acre railyard site.
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