Sales are launching at 35 Hudson Yards next week — here’s a look inside

Apartments at the megaproject's tallest condo tower start at $5M

Mar.March 06, 2019 02:30 PM

Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group are gearing up to launch sales at 35 Hudson Yards, and to mark the its debut, the developers are offering a first look inside the residential building.

A fresh batch of renderings offers an up-close sneak peek at the tower’s interiors, which are being designed by AD100 designer Tony Ingrao, according to Curbed. The building’s 143 apartments, which start at $5 million, will begin on the 53rd floor, with an Equinox-operated hotel occupying the lower floors.

The new images reveal floor-to-ceiling windows that show off views of Lower Manhattan, New York Harbor and Jersey City. The condos will also be decked out with top of the line finishes, such as marble kitchen counters and bathroom surfaces made from quartzite and cabinets of lacquered eucalyptus, Curbed reported.

The launch of the residential building — Hudson Yards’ tallest condo project — coincides with the megaproject’s grand opening, which is set for March 15. [Curbed] — Kerry Barger

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