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    35 Hudson Yards

    560 West 33rd Street
    New York, NY 10001
    212-801-3476
    Residential, Multifamily

    This property is a new development. The developer(s) filed plans in January of 2015 to build an 876,645-square-foot building at 560 West 33rd Street in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. The plans call for 354 total units and an occupancy classification of R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES. The building is owned by Related Companies. The building is under construction.

    • Address 560 West 33rd Street
    • neighborhood Chelsea
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Related Companies
    • developer RELATED COMPANIES
    • owner entity ERY TENANT LLC C/O THE RELATED
    • architect Skidmore Owings & Merrill
    • PLANS DISCLOSED 01/23/2015
    • dob permit issued 09/27/2017
    • DOB FILE PLANS 01/23/2015
    • DOB FILE Link
    • height in feet 1,009
    • floors 72
    • residential units 354
    • total units 385
    • square feet 876,645
    • const. status UNDER CONSTRUCTION
    • block and lot 1-00702-0150
    • BIN 1089708
    • Event Office Leasing
    • Address 35 Hudson Yards
    • Neighborhood Hudson Yards
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 15,000
    • Publication Date 06/25/2018
    • Event Date 06/19/2018
    • Party 1 Related Companies
    • Party 2 Hospital for Special Surgery
    notes
    The hospital signed a lease for the Hudson Yards space.

    11/11/2016
    Related Companies and partner Oxford Properties Group received a $695.5 million loan from the Children's Investment Fund for 35 Hudson Yards, part of a total of $1.2 billion in financing on the property...

    12/24/2015
    From left: 400 West 61st Street, One Vanderbilt in Midtown East and Queens Park Plaza in Long Island City Though new Manhattan developments were the heaviest From left: 400 West 61st Street, One Vanderbilt in Midtown East and Queens Park Plaza in Long Island City Though new Manhattan developments were the heaviest...
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