Here’s how long it will take Related to cross the finish line at Hudson Yards

TRD New York /
Feb.February 15, 2018 08:00 AM

As a new crop of towers continue their ascent on Manhattan’s Far West Side, Related Companies marches closer to the finish line for the first phase of its massive Hudson Yards development.

The $25 billion, 28-acre megaproject saw the first of five towers open in May 2016, when Coach moved into 10 Hudson Yards. Sales are currently underway at 15 Hudson Yards, one of two residential towers at Related’s complex, where four penthouses are asking a whopping $32 million each. And in May 2017, it was reported that asset manager BlackRock planned to spend $1.25 billion over 20 years for its 847,000-square-feet lease at 55 Hudson Yards.

To get a better sense of when construction will be done for good, The Real Deal took a look at each project’s expected completion date. For a closer look at the megaproject, check out the above slideshow.


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