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These are some of the newest rental properties in Hudson Yards These are some of the newest rental properties in Hudson Yards
Love it or loathe it, the Hudson Yards plan developed by Related Companies and Oxford Property Group is Manhattan's newest neighborhood to live, work, shop, and dine. As the first phase moves towards completion with four mammoth office towers at 10, 30, 55 and 50 Hudson Yards, there will be lots of demand from thousands of workers to live within walking distance to their workplace. While the residential space contained within Hudson Yards proper features 400 mostly for-sale apartments held in Fifteen and 35 Hudson Yards, there are thousands of other more attainable rental units in close proximity to the major development.

According to the developers, Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States and is the largest development in New York City since Rockefeller Center. When all is said and done, sometime in the late 2020's, the plan will contain more than 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space.
Hudsn Yards Master Plan
For now, the neighborhood is best served by the 7 subway line -which opened a 34th Street-Hudson Yards station in 2016 - several bus lines, and an intermodal ferry terminal at 40th Street. Additionally, the A, C, and E lines at 42nd and 34th Street, as well as the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Penn Station are within walking distance.

Open spaces include the High Line elevated park, Hudson River Park, and the still-expanding Hudson Boulevard and Park. Other amenities include the performance venue known as The Shed, the Javits Convention Center, and the public sculpture known as the Vessel.
Due to the short supply of apartments, in 2019, Business Insider reported that the Hudson Yards area is the most expensive neighborhood to purchase a home in New York City. For those of you waiting on the sidelines to buy, and yearn for a walk-to-work commute, we compiled a list of the top ten luxury rental buildings in close proximity to Related-Oxford's ambitious development.

Studio to 2-bedrooms from $4,364/month

Sign a New Lease and Move In by 7/31 to Receive Up To 2 Months Complimentary Rent, A $2,000 MasterCard Gift Card, and 1 Month OP.

Abington House at 500 West 30th Street (Image via RAMSA)
Images via Related Rentals
Built in 2014, the 33-story, red-brick tower at 500 West 30th Street known as Abington House is directly adjacent to the High Line. It was developed by the Related Companies and designed by the acclaimed Robert A.M. Stern with Ismael Leyva Architects. The interiors, by award-winning design firm Clodagh, take on modern organic textures and tones. Each home features a gourmet kitchen with walnut cabinetry, stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances, and cedar stone baths. Units are outfitted with a washer/dryer bundle, floor-to-ceiling windows, ample closet space, and have terrific views of West Chelsea and the Hudson Yards area. The lobby and amenity spaces were designed by Clodagh. A highlight is the lushly landscaped sun terrace with a BBQ area, perfect for entertaining and escaping the city's commotion.

1 - 3-bedrooms starting at $4,745/month

Sign a New Lease and Move In by 7/31 to Receive Up To 2 Months Complimentary Rent, A $2,000 MasterCard Gift Card, and 1 Month OP.

One Hudson Yards (Images via Related Rentals)
Images via Related Rentals
Related Rentals launched One Hudson Yards in 2017 in an area with a growing number of restaurants, galleries, retail and entertainment. The handsome building was designed by Davis Brody Bond and the interior designer is Andre Kikoski. Homes have soaring 10-foot ceilings, grey oak wood floors throughout and expansive double-paned windows for maximum light, views and sound attenuation. Kitchens have custom cabinetry with matte black hardware, a Turkish marble countertop and backsplash and a top-of-the-line appliance suite by Miele. Building amenities include facilities to promote health & wellness including a “suite” of swimming pools: an 82-foot pool, a therapeutic plunge pool, a salt pool, and a hot tub.

Studios Starting at $3,285 | 1 Bed Starting at $3,845 | 2 Beds Starting at $6,455

Rent in July and receive up to 3 months free and a gift card of up to $3,000.

The Eugene at 435 West 31st Street (Photo Credit: Max Touhey)
Images via The Eugene Leasing Office
Rising to more than 700 feet (with 62 floors) at West 31st Street and Ninth Avenue, The Eugene is the first building to open at Brookfield Property Partners' Manhattan West, an eight-acre, six-building development. The residences are designed by RW Studio and come in studio to three-bedroom layouts with floor-to-ceiling windows, wood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and USB charging outlets. There are more than 50,000 square feet of amenities for fun, fitness and entertainment. There is a fully-equipped wellness center managed by La Palestra and even a regulation-sized basketball court. Other highlights include a rock climbing wall, arcade, and a library with a lounge.

555Ten at 555 Tenth Avenue (Image via Extell Development)
Images via Extell Development
Built in 2016 by Extell Development, the Hudson Yards rental tower known as 555Ten is a 56-story, SLCE-designed skyscraper with homes in studio to 3 bedroom layouts. Homes have acoustically advanced, double-paned window walls, and each apartment features rich wood floors and Bosch washer/dryers. The suite of amenities known as 555PLAY include a two-lane bowling alley, an arcade and a children's playroom. Throw Me a Bone is the on-site pet spa, offering grooming, play groups and visiting vet services. The rooftop clubroom sits 650 feet in the air and will open this spring with a skytop pool and sundeck, private cabanas, and an intimate lounge with indoor/outdoor areas.

Apartments from $3,542/month

Enjoy up to $500 with a move-in before 8/15.

Henry Hall at 515 West 38th Street via
Images via
Homes at Henry Hall come in studio to two-bedroom layouts and interiors by renowned designer Ken Fulk convey a “classic-yet-contemporary style.” There are oversized steel encased windows and ash hardwood flooring is throughout. Kitchens have white quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and brass fixtures, and bathrooms have hexagonal-tiled floor and subway tile. In a unique feature, each residence comes with an Amazon Dot featuring custom Henry Hall programming. The building has a roof deck perfect for sunsets over the Hudson River, along with other amenities like 24-hour concierge, a lounge and parlor, a private dining room, a library, and a fitness center with customized programs

Studios Starting at $2,785 | 1 Bed Starting at $3,728 | 2 Beds Starting at $5,657

Net effective prices shown reflect leasing incentive of two months free

The entrance to SKY at 605 West 42nd Street (Image via Moinian Group)
Images via SKY Leasing Office
Located at 605 West 42nd Street in Hells Kitchen near Hudson Yards, the 71-story SKY debuted in 2015 as the largest rental building in Manhattan with a staggering 1,174 apartments. The elegant homes come with up to two bedrooms and are designed by the acclaimed Rockwell Group in a warm, neutral palette featuring Italian-crafted kitchens with optional dusk or dawn finishes, quartz countertops, European appliances, and gray porcelain-tiled bathrooms. There are full-height window walls with incomparable views of the skyline and Hudson River, and some units offer private balconies.The building is known for its spectacular amenity and service package for residents. With a 70,000-square-foot membership club features a fitness center, spa, indoor and outdoor pools, a lounge, and a regulation-sized basketball court, it is not surprising that Sky has attracted professional athletes like Noah Snydergaard, A.J. Ramos, Kristaps Porzingis, and Sasha Vujacic.

Studios Starting at $3,760 | 1 Bed Starting at $3,943 | 2 Beds Starting at $6,395

Sign a New Lease and Move In by 7/31 to Receive Up To 2 Months Complimentary Rent, A $2,000 MasterCard Gift Card, and 1 Month OP.

MiMa at 450 West 42nd Street (Image via Related Rentals)
Images via Related Rentals
This sleek and striking, 63-story, mixed-use building known as MiMa was developed by Related Companies and the dark-glass tower was designed by Arquitectonica. Homes offer floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views, gourmet kitchens with professional-grade appliances and quartz countertops, and custom bathrooms with Grigio Piove marble and quartz vanity tops. One of the city’s major mixed-use skyscrapers, MiMa is near the very top of the city’s list of buildings with the most impressive list of amenities. Residents have access to amenities like the state-of-the-art health center with a heated indoor swimming pool, a resident-only fitness club by Equinox, a game room, a resident lounge and more.

Studios Starting at $3,320 | 1 Bed Starting at $3,740 | 2 Beds Starting at $4,770

$1500 security deposit for qualified applicants | Flexible lease terms available.

Silver Towers at 620 West 42nd Street (Image via Silverstein Properties)
Images via Silverstein Properties
Silver Towers are stunning, twin, 60-story apartment towers erected in 2006 by Silverstein Properties and designed by Costas Kondylis. Homes embody a sophisticated way of life, featuring high ceilings, hard wood floors, open floor plans, contemporary finishes, and floor to ceiling windows that boast breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline and waterfront. White glove services, a health club with a 75-foot long swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, entertaining rooftop lounge with BBQ and wet bar, and doorman service, are just some of the offerings that enhance the ease of urban living at Silver Towers.

515-West-36th-Street Hudson 36 (CityRealty)
Hudson-36-02 Living room
Hudson 36 is a luxury Hudson yards-area rental tower offering apartments with generous ceiling heights and expansive city and river views. Standing 45 stories, the Ismael Leyva-designed tower offers a fresh perspective for a better way to live a fast-paced Manhattan life. A glass curtain wall juxtaposed with porcelain defines the building façade.

The apartments have been designed to optimize light, space, and views. Each apartment feels calm, spacious and light, offering the ideal respite from busy city living. All apartments have birch wood floors, white stone is used throughout the building and as a feature in kitchens and bathrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame each residence with ceiling heights reaching up to 10 feet. Elegant kitchens feature Italian white cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, and state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures, all with a washer-dryer in every residence.

The building’s amenities also showcase river and city views – the BBQ roof deck looks out across the river while the gym and residents’ lounge have views of the Manhattan skyline. Other resident perks include attended parking, 24-hour doorman and a wealth of communal and recreational space. Lastly, Hudson 36 has been designed to incorporate an abundance of warm, rich, natural materials. ‘Earth meets modern’ is a theme reflected throughout common areas as well as woven through the design of each apartment.

507 West Chelsea (Images via Lalezarian Properties)
Images via Lalezarian Properties
Located along the High Line, a trio of new Chelsea buildings designed by Avinash K. Malhotra Architects together known as 507 West Chelsea, have helped to redefine the residential landscape just south of the massive Hudson Yards development. Interiors are artfully crafted and designed to maximize living space. Apartments have high ceilings, walnut floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and recessed lighting. All apartments have convenient keyless entry and the one- and two-bedroom units are equipped with washers/dryers, and many also have private terraces or balconies. Many amenities are offered including a Scandinavian inspired swimming pool with plush poolside seating, landscaped roof decks on the 28th and 29th floors, a gym, and also fitness classes.

The Lewis at 411 West 35th Street in Midtown West (Images via
Image via Douglas Elliman
The Lewis at 411 West 35th Street stands just off Ninth Avenue, where booming Hudson Yards meets the vibrant, largely pre-war Garment District, positioning the 12-story rental within easy reach of both one of the city’s most established neighborhoods and its latest and hottest counterpart. A broad roadway and green plaza to the west mean that west-facing units receive ample sunlight even on the lower floors throughout the year. Residences feature wide plank oak floors, high ceilings, plentiful closets, solar shades, soundproof windows, washers/dryers, kitchens with Italian cabinetry and black Caesarstone counters, and bathrooms with recessed lighting, glass-walled showers, and deep soaking tubs. The building offers a 24-hour attended lobby, a lounge, a fitness center, and a landscaped roof terrace with barbecue grills.

Honorable mention
505W37, 505 West 37th Street
505-West-37th-Street-03 Images via TF Cornerstone
TF Cornerstone rentals
505 W 37th Street, also known as 505W37 features studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments with bright, open layouts, energy-efficient floor-to-ceiling windows, wood strip floors, high ceilings, and modern stainless steel appliances. Many apartments have spacious private balconies or terraces with breathtaking views of the west side Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River. Shared amenities include an infinity-edged reflecting pool, a deck with sun lounges and cabanas, and the Sky Club: a private coworking lounge located on the 37th floor.

Honorable mention
455W37, 455 West 37th Street
455-West-37th-Street-03 Photos via TF Cornerstone
455W37-01 Living room
455W37, Rockrose Development’s and Handel Architects’ 23-story high-rise at Tenth Avenue and West 37th Street, stands at the eastern fringe of Hudson Yards, where new skyscrapers mingle with pre-war buildings, creating a “lived-in” streetscape that is rare for the neighborhood. The doorman rental offers sunlit units with balconies and wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows. Building amenities include astute common areas decked out in wood and stone panels, a fitness center, a laundry room, parking for cars and bicycles, a live-in superintendent, resident storage, and a cozy roof deck with wood decking, shaded dining areas and greenery.

Studios from $2,595/mo | 1 bed starting at $3,300, 2 beds from $4,250

$1500 security deposit | Flexible lease terms available

River-Place-03 (photos via Silverstein Properties)
River Place is a rental complex located on far west 42nd Street overlooking the Hudson River. Built by Silverstein Properties and finished in 2001, the building offers no-fee rental apartments in studio through two-bedroom layouts. Residents are greeted with a private circular driveway, doorman, and concierge. Amenities include a state-of-the-art health club, a glass enclosed 75-foot swimming pool, two outdoor tennis courts, a basketball court, private waterfront event space, and a sundeck overlooking the Hudson River waterfront. There is also a quarter-acre public park with children’s playground and dog run, onsite valet parking, and daily shuttle service to central Midtown.

One of the largest new rental projects on the horizon will come from Rockrose Development, a major NYC landlord who has built more than 1,000 luxury rentals in the area at 455 West 37th Street and 505 West 37th Street. At 555 West 38th Street , Rockrose is building a soaring 51-floor tower with 600 apartments designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli with SLCE. Rockrose Development president Justin Elghanayan told the Real Deal last September, “We’re very bullish on the area,” citing large office leasing deals and residential development nearby. “Chelsea is bleeding up to Hudson Yards; on 42nd Street, Hell’s Kitchen is moving down. Hudson Yards is this nexus between the two areas.”
551 West 37th Street Rendering of Rockrose Development's new rental tower planned at 551 West 37th Street (via The Real Deal)

TF Cornerstone

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455W37 Leasing
455 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10016
(877) 505-XXXX

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