A new neighborhood is growing on Manhattan’s West Side. Once Hudson Yards is complete, a new generation of landmarks, offices and attractions will turn the previously industrial area to a futuristic redevelopment. With this map, you can trace the evolution of the burgeoning $20 billion district as the pieces come together.
We recommend taking the 7 train to Hudson Yards and using this map to get an idea for what’s happening around you – this works best with location settings enabled. Are we missing anything? Please let us know!
|Manhattan West's former Brutalist eyesore is now a swank office space (11/16) |
Curbed: Peek inside 5 Manhattan West after its glassy retrofit by REX Architects (Photo: Brookfield Properties)
|Hudson Yards Nabs a London Company for Sky-High Restaurant With a View (11/28) |
|Excavation Begins for Supertall 50 Hudson Yards, Demolition of Old Coach HQ Nears Finish Line (11/21) |
NY YIMBY: The new tower will comprise 2.9 million square feet of office space, becoming one of the largest such buildings in all of New York City, with a soaring and substantial design by Foster + Partners.
|Construction Update: Vessel at Hudson Yards (12/7) |
|Manhattan West’s First Supertall Nears Halfway Point, Gets First Glass (10/17) |
NY YIMBY: Now, the superstructure for the first tower, at 401 Ninth Avenue, is closing in on the halfway mark, and in the past few days, glass installation has also begun.
401 9th Ave, New York, NY, United States
|Soon-To-Be Supertall 35 Hudson Yards Passes Halfway Point In Rise (12/11) |
(Photo: Official Website)