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Renderings of One Hudson Yards courtesy of Related Companies Renderings of One Hudson Yards courtesy of Related Companies
With so much construction activity happening in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, it’s easy to overlook some of the "smaller" elements taking place in the area. At 530 West 30th Street, directly south of HY’s eastern super-block, a ground-up 33-story tower developed by Related Companies is nearing completion. Since construction began in late 2015, details on the tower’s makeup remained scarce to the public and only rudimentary paperwork filed with the city gave us hints of the building to come. A recent press release reveals that the tower has been christened One Hudson Yards and leasing on its 178 high-end rental units will begin this summer.
The high-rise has been designed by Davis Brody Bond with Ismael Leyva serving as the architect of record. Interiors are being handled by Andre Kikoski Architect who is also in charge of the new downtown condo 75 Kenmare. One Hudson Yards' exterior is composed of red marble-toned stone and near-full-height windows— a skin that contrast to the all-glass Coach Tower (10 Hudson Yards) across 30th Street. Its slab-like form scales downward to the east.
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The High Line will almost serve as the building’s front and side yards due to the elevated greenway snaking around the north and east elevations of the building. The tower’s midblock position between Abington House and Ohm grants residents unobstructed views north over Hudson Boulevard Park and a 4.5-acre public square designed by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects The square will be anchored by the much-anticipated public gesture named Vessel, designed by Thomas Heatherwick.

One-Hudson-Yards-023 Rendering of penthouse terrace; Related Companies

Per the press release, rent will begin at $5,095/month and residences will range from one- to three-bedrooms with the exception of a single four-bedroom dream home on the penthouse level. Condo-quality finishes are paired with 10-foot-high ceilings and Miele appliances. 

According to Andre Kikoski, amenity spaces will include a highly-curated lobby, resident lounges, galleries, entertainment venues, and athletic facilities to create both a sense of place and a community. Noteworthy amenities include a bowling alley and an 82-foot-long swimming pool.

A teaser site has launched in preparation for One Hudson Yard’s summer 2017 leasing. Stay tuned via our building page for updates.
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