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Hudson 36 exterior and model unit photo (CityRealty/Lalezarian) Hudson 36 exterior and model unit photo (CityRealty/Lalezarian)
The first phase of Hudson Yards opened half a year ago, yet new development continues to transform the neighborhood from a no-man's-land urban fringe into New York City’s latest destination district. Hudson 36 is the latest addition to the neighborhood’s blossoming skyscraper bouquet. The 39-story high-rise at 515 West 36th Street stands at the new neighborhood’s vanguard, across from a motley collection of commercial lots and lofts that will soon make way for the next phase of Hudson Park and Boulevard.

The glass-walled building offers rentals that start from $3,960/month for studios, $4,625 for one-bedroom units, and $6,150 for two-bedrooms, most with panoramic skyline views and all available for immediate occupancy. The leasing team led by the Lalezarian Properties is offering two months free rent on all apartments. Listing prices shown on the leasing website are the gross rent.
Hudson 36 rises at the corner of West 36th Street and the future Hudson Park and Boulevard (All exterior photos Ondel/CityRealty)
515-West-36th-Street-04 For the near term, most apartments feature clear and open views of the west side and Hudson River
Hudson-36-02 Open concept kitchen
Hudson 36 apartments boast open concept layouts
Hudson 36 offers amenities that hold up against rental competition in the city’s well-established neighborhoods, with services such as a full-time doorman, on-site car and bike parking, a fitness center, spa, a children’s playroom, an entertainment lounge, and a spacious screening room. A roof deck offers open-air entertainment and barbecue grilling stations.
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Ismael Leyva Architects conceived the building as two staggered forms, with a white-grid facade facing north and east and a slightly taller, gently angled glass prism capped with a metal screen mesh that conceals mechanical equipment while adding a recognizable skyline element. The building’s 460-foot height registers well below both blue-glass residential skyscrapers to the south (15 Hudson Yards, 35 Hudson Yards, The Eugene) and those to the north (555TEN, Sky, Silver Towers), yet these stand several blocks away. As such, Hudson 36 stands proud, prominent, and nigh-unobstructed, and offers sweeping panoramic views from just about every apartment, even those on the lower floors, from sheer floor-to-ceiling windows. Furthermore, the tower’s notched form translates into seven corner rooms per average floor, rather than the standard four in a typical high-rise.
Hudson 36 from 37th Street and the future boulevard
515-West-36th-Street-04 Keep holding on Manhattan Aquariums...
One of the small characterful buildings that will be removed for the new boulevard
Hudson-36 From the temporary street leading to Hudson 36's main entrance
East- and north-facing units gaze upon Midtown skyline, where supertall towers are pushing the vertical frontier, as One Vanderbilt and Central Park Tower both officially topped-out within a day of one another. To the south, Hudson 36 overlooks Hudson Boulevard and the Bella Abguz Park, which not only offers perfect sightlines toward Hudson Yards and Thomas Heatherwich’s Vessel sculpture, but also green space, playgrounds, and access to the 34th Street terminus of the 7 train. The seven-acre green roof of the Jacob Javits Convention Center sprawls directly west, where a recognized avian sanctuary will delight bird-watchers, while cruise ships traversing the Hudson River will rivet ship enthusiasts. Distant Appalachian ridges beyond New Jersey’s Gold Coast make a perfect setting for the setting sun.
Hudson 36 stands at the neighborhood’s still-developing frontier, yet the building is far from forlorn. Two rental complexes to the north, two-towered 505W37 and Neo-Industrial-styled Henry Hall, provide pedestrian presence and a residential vibe to the local sidewalks. In the coming years, Hudson 36 and its two neighbors will face the next phase of Hudson Boulevard and Bella Abguz Park, where several new developments are in various stages of progress. In addition, the High Line and the Hudson River Greenway stretch a few blocks away.
Hudson 36-03 Hudson Boulevard and Bella Abguz Park that will front the building
HYDC via Hudson Yards Development Corporation (HYDC)
Bella Abguz park-03 (HYDC
New development will usher a fresh influx of retail and entertainment, just as Hudson Yards introduced The Shops, located within a short walk. In the coming years, a shopping and entertainment center at Manhattan West will debut next to Hudson Yards. Hudson 36 offers front-row seats to a construction race between nearby dueling supertall office towers, 50 Hudson Yards and The Spiral, while a 52-story residential designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli is proposed two blocks north. Ninth Avenue’s dining destinations sit a block away, while the Garment District and Hell’s Kitchen start slightly further. Recently-built high-rise hotels around 39th and 40th streets offer a district of nightlife-in-the-sky, with several side-by-side roof bars and nightclubs. The Theater District and Midtown are situated within a walking-distance commute. In all, the Far West Side, which Hudson 36 calls home, has found itself in the center of what’s happening in New York’s newest neighborhood.
Hudson-Yards-development Site plan of Hudson Park and Boulevard (Courtesy Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates)

Lalezarian Properties

Lalezarian Properties
Hudson 36 Leasing
515 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
(212) 515-XXXX

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