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35 Hudson Yards: Here's What We Know

All Images Courtesy of Related Oxford

All Images Courtesy of Related Oxford

The long await and anticipation of Hudson Yards is almost over, with the Grand Opening scheduled for next week. We have been following the development and progress of what is America’s largest Real Estate development project. From Condos and Rentals to dining and shopping, Hudson Yards will be a true epicenter of the Far West Side. In fact, a new neighborhood has even popped up on the radar dubbed “SoHY”, or South of Hudson Yards.

We covered the launch of 15 Hudson Yards, one of the residential condominiums that is part of the project, and now, we are learning details about 35 Hudson Yards which is expected to launch sales next week along with the Grand Opening. If you thought 15 Hudson Yards was luxurious and jaw-dropping, wait until you see 35 Hudson Yards.

Here’s What We Know:

35 Hudson Yards is designed by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill with interiors by Tony Ingrao. The building will rise 92 stories, making it the tallest residential building within the Hudson Yards project. There will be 143 residences starting on the 53rd floor and ranging in size from 2 to 6 bedrooms. Pricing is anticipated from $5M.


35 Hudson Yards Condo Related Oxford

Residences range in size from 1,500 to 10,000 square feet. They will feature gracious entry foyers and ample wall space for art. Ceilings are 11 feet. In regard to finishes, there will be smoked oak flooring throughout the homes. Luxurious kitchens are designed by Tony Ingrao in collaboration with Smallbone of Devizes and feature Gaggenau appliances, white opal marble counters, and high gloss stained Eucalyptus cabinets.

35 Hudson Yards Kitchen Smallbone
35 Hudson Yards Condo Bedroom
35 Hudson Yards Master Bathroom Related Oxford

Homes are sure to offer stunning and sweeping views of the Manhattan Skyline and of the Hudson River.


35 Hudson Yards Amenities

Residents of 35 Hudson Yards will enjoy a host of amenities and hotel-style service. There will be 22,000 square feet devoted to wellness and entertainment. In addition to this space, the building will be home to a 60,000 square foot Equinox as well as the world’s first ever Equinox Hotel.

  •  6th Floor entirely devoted to amenities including yoga, playroom, fitness

  • 24th Floor will be the Grand Terrace and Grand Dining Room, an event space that can accommodate more than 50 guests

  • Residents enjoy access to the Equinox which will have an indoor and outdoor pool with large sundeck and cabanas

  • Priority reservations at the building’s restaurants

  • On-site concierge that can arrange thing such as in-room dining and ground transportation

35 Hudson Yards Event Space

In addition to the in-building amenities, residents enjoy all the amenities that come along with calling Hudson Yards home – there will be myriad world-class dining and shopping options, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus.

Stay tuned for more information about the Grand Opening of Hudson Yards!

Why Hudson Yards is NYC's Most Up-and-Coming Neighborhood

Long viewed as the “Far West Side”, the new Hudson Yards development contains a surplus of fine amenities, redefining the culture of the previously barren neighborhood. This 28-acre site is distinguished by its abundant square acerage, dedicated to office and residential space, as well as retail, dining and public recreation options.

Hudson Yards, the largest development of private real estate in U.S. history, is projected to contain over 4,000 residences within four skyscrapers, amounting to 18 million square feet of office and residential space. With 14 acres of public space, over 100 shops and 25 dining options, Hudson Yards will dominate social living in New York City.


With the establishment of the City’s first Neiman Marcus follows a long list of high-end retailers, such as Stewart Weitzman, Tory Burch, Lululemon, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Rolex. Over 100 stores are complemented by the wide variety of dining options, with spots showcasing some of the worlds most renowned chefs.

Recreational conveniences include a theater, public school, park, hotel and dazzling views from the skyscrapers, providing plenty to do within the development alongside the apartment complexes and office space. With an infinite amount of activity, it’s no surprise that Hudson Yards is expected to be the “new heart of New York City”.


The development anticipates millions of visitors per year following its completion, who will experience the liveliness and glamour of the neighborhood, making Hudson Yards a premiere destination in New York City.

Interested in Experiencing Hudson Yards Living?

448 West 37th Street 8A

Interested in experiencing Hudson Yards living? Our latest listing, 448 West 37th Street #8A, combines the luxurious amenities of the new development with classic loft living. Only a short distance from the plethora of shops and restaurants, Apartment 8A provides a sun-filled space, boasting 12-foot windows, in addition to 1840 square foot expansive layout.

LEED Certification: Sustainable Developments Building the Future

In a world where global warming and climate change headlines have gained more and more media presence and the top industrial nations gather to discuss climate, sustainability is a topic that is not only top of mind but one that is here to stay.

From corporations to individuals, the movement to live a more environmentally sound and sustainable is a priority for many. The movement towards sustainable living has trickled into the real estate industry in the form of “LEED.” From new developments to existing constructions, LEED certification is a mark representing a degree of sustainability.

So, what is LEED and how is New York City getting on the map with one of the highest LEED certified buildings?

What is LEED?


You may notice when shopping for real estate in New York City, whether a new development, condo, or rental building, a mark stating that the building is LEED Certified – what exactly does this mean?

LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and was devised by the United States Green Building Council. This rating system is the most widely used green building rating system in the world, and the LEED certification is a globally recognized sustainability achievement.

The rating system evaluates the environmental performance of a building, and through this process, encourages market transformation. The evaluation looks at things such as materials, water efficiency, and performance such as indoor quality for occupant comfort.

Sustainability has been a growing area of interest for developers to appeal to the needs of environmentally conscious consumers. The biggest development project in New York’s history thus far, Hudson Yards, is, in many way, one of the greenest projects as well.

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Continued progress on the far west side mega project is something to look forward to in2018. 15 Hudson Yards is expected to top out while construction will begin on the 30 Hudson Yards sky observation deck. Landscaping is expected to arrive around the much talked about Vessel.

What do we expect from buildings that are surrounded by lush, green parks? Sustainability of course! All  buildings within Hudson Yards have been strategically designed in pursuit of the highest levels of certification by LEED.

10 Hudson Yards, the fully rented office building that really put Hudson Yards on the map, is the first commercial office in New York to achieve the coveted Platinum rating from LEED. This is the highest rating available under the program. As one can imagine, the list to achieve this distinguished award is lengthy. Some examples of how 10 Hudson Yards is leading the green initiative include a system for hot and cold water that is twice as efficient as a traditional one and a storm water retention system that is used to water the building’s landscaping.


The Platinum status of 10 Hudson Yards shows the commitment of the project to be innovative and forward thinking while establishing it as a model of what great buildings should strive to be.

Of course, the Hudson Yards project is not the only LEED certified one in New York. If sustainability is important to you and your next home, we can discuss other buildings that meet the LEED certification requirements. 

Want to live in a LEED certified building? Please contact us.


Related Group Unveils 15 Hudson Yards


The Related Group unveiled 15 Hudson Yards, one of the residential towers that is apart of their Hudson Yards project which is transforming the far west side of Manhattan. Industry leaders and celebrities alike attended the exclusive debut at 10 Hudson Yards to see this beautiful new construction and to hear remarks from Related chair Stephen M. Ross.

Related Hosted Industry Insiders & Experts to a Debut Party for Hudson Yards

Related Hosted Industry Insiders & Experts to a Debut Party for Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards Transforming Manhattan's West Side

The Hudson Yards project is a 28 acre destination that is transforming the skyline and dynamic of the west side of Manhattan, from office space to luxury residential condominiums. The development of this area brings with it the arrival of art, architecture, culture, fashion, dining, and parks all with Hudson River views and sunsets. 

Hudson Yards Project

Many are referring to all the new development at Hudson Yards as: 

The New Heart of New York

Hudson Yards is becoming the new go-to area of town for art, architecture, dining, and shopping. Hudson Yards is located within proximity to the myriad of West Chelsea galleries, but will also be home to interesting installations itself such as The Shed and The Vessel. The Vessel is a $150 million installation  by Heatherwick Studio that many believe will be the next significant landmark in the city.

Hudson Yards Highlights:

  • 14 acres of new parks
  • The Restaurant Collection curated by Thomas Keller of Per Se and French Laundry with 16 dining options arriving including ventures from famed chefs José Andrés of Think Food Group and Costas Spiliadis of Milos
  • 7 levels of world-class shopping with the first Neiman Marcus in the city (think shops at Columbus Circle)
  • Resident benefits such as priority access to reservations and exclusive events
  • Equinox branded Hotel & Spa

15 Hudson Yards Residential Tower Debuted

15 Hudson Yards, one of the luxury residential towers in the project, was debuted to an exclusive audience. The sales gallery is officially opened, giving a unique look at the new development. Guests enjoyed browsing the sales gallery and celebrating the project with food and drinks from restaurants arriving to the Restaurant Collection by Thomas Keller.

15 Hudson Yards Sales Gallery

15 Hudson Yards, an innovative design by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with the Rockwell Group, will stand 88 stories tall with 285 condominiums. The building will bring a new level of luxury-living to the far west side of Manhattan. 

Spectacular Hudson River Views from 15 Hudson Yards Residences

Spectacular Hudson River Views from 15 Hudson Yards Residences

Residents will have access to all the amazing benefits of the Hudson Yards project. The building will feature a unique 2-level lobby with soaring ceilings and offer spectacular views of the Hudson, Manhattan skyline, and center piece by Heatherwick Studio. Residents will also be steps away from the new 14 acres of parks that are being constructed. 

15 Hudson Yards Interiors

About 15 Hudson Yards: 

  • Residences ranging in size from 1-4 bedrooms with duplex penthouses
  • Pricing from approximately $2 million to $32 million
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows offering unparalleled views
  • 5 distinct residence types with two interior design palette options
  • 2 full floors of amenity space with a Skytop indoor/outdoor event space. Amenities include 12,00 sq feet of spa, salon, and fitness facilities with a 75-foot pool

If you are interested in learning all the details of this exciting new development and project, please contact to schedule an appointment.

The Victoria Shtainer Team Celebrates Hudson Yards

The Victoria Shtainer Team Celebrates Hudson Yards