Related to launch rentals at 1 Hudson Yards this summer

The 178-unit building will have rents starting at $5,095

TRD New York /
May.May 23, 2017 12:00 PM

The Related Companies is gearing up to debut its second residential building at the massive mixed-use Hudson Yards project on the Far West Side.

The 178-unit rental building known as One Hudson Yards TRData LogoTINY is slated to launch leasing this summer, according to a teaser website that went live Tuesday. Rents at the building are slated to start at $5,095 a month for a one-bedroom apartment.

The 33-story building comprises predominantly one- to three-bedroom units, but there’s a four-bedroom home on the penthouse level, the company said. The architect of the property, which has a stone and glass facade, is Davis Brody Bond, a New York-based firm which also worked on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Amenities include an 82-foot pool, an Equinox fitness center, a half-size basketball court, a bowling alley and a game lounge.

The debut marks a switch up in marketing for Related, which had previously reserved the name One Hudson Yards for an office tower it’s developing at 550 West 34th Street. That building is now known as 55 Hudson Yards.

Related launched sales at the first of the residential towers at the project, a condominium at 15 Hudson Yards, last September. The company announced in January that it had signed 75 contracts in the first four months, at prices averaging nearly $5 million per unit.

(To view a selection of commercial sales transactions from Related Companies, click here)


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