Hudson Yards: the $20B future of Manhattan’s West Side

A peek at the construction process for Related's massive development

New York /
Jul.July 11, 2014 06:15 PM

New York City is constantly evolving as new skyscrapers shoot into the sky.

And adding to the city’s already dynamic skyline is Hudson Yards, a massive new development on Manhattan’s far west side. The $20 billion project is a joint effort between real estate firm Related Companies and real estate investment, development, and management company Oxford Properties Group.

The first phase of Hudson Yards is slated for completion in the next four years. The complex, which will sit between 10th and 12th Avenues and run from 30th to 34th Street, will include public parks, office towers, shops, restaurants, and more.

It will be made accessible by an extension of the existing No. 7 subway line.

We recently got a tour of the construction site and renderings of what Hudson Yards will look like when it’s complete. Keep reading to see what the future holds for Manhattan’s West Side.

Take a tour of the present and future of Hudson Yards »


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