Fairway Market snatches up 46K sf at Hudson Yards

Related and Oxford now have South Tower at 85 percent committed

TRD NEW YORK /
Aug.August 08, 2013 09:00 AM

Fairway Market is taking a prime spot in the first office skyscraper going up at Hudson Yards, the grocery chain and the project’s developers, Related Companies and Oxford Properties, announced today.

The fast-growing supermarket will take 45,875 square feet on the ground floor of the 1.7 million-square-foot South Tower when it opens in 2015, according to a joint statement.

Fairway joins Coach, L’Oreal and SAP as tenants, putting the space committed in the South Tower at more than 85 percent, according to Related and Oxford. Enterprise software giant SAP signed for 144,272 square feet, as previously reported. French fashion company L’Oreal took 402,000 square feet and upscale clothier Coach is moving into 600,000 square feet.

Related and Oxford expect to have the 2.4 million-square-foot North Tower ready for move-in by 2018. When complete, the 28-acre Hudson Yard will offer more than 9 million square feet of commercial space, 750,000 square feet of retail space, 5,000 residences, a new public school, a cultural center, a health club and a hotel. — Mark Maurer


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