Hudson Yards is the biggest New York development since Rockefeller Center. Here are all the major buildings in the $25 billion neighborhood.
The $25 billion Hudson Yards megadevelopment had its grand opening on March 15.
The entire 28-acre project is set to be completed in 2024.
Business Insider got the rundown of how each building has progressed.
Hudson Yards is a mammoth development in New York City, the likes of which hasn’t been seen since the unveiling of Rockefeller Center in the 1930s.
The $25 billion complex covers an entire avenue and stretches four city blocks. At the far edge lie the Eastern and Western Railyards, whose train tracks run below a raised platform that supports the new luxury office and residential towers. Each of the buildings revolves around an expansive public square with a lush landscape of trees and woodland plants.
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Phase one of the project — 11.9 million square feet along the Eastern Yard — was unveiled to the public at a grand opening on March 15. From there, developers will move on to the second and final phase — 6.2 million square feet along the Western Yard — which is set to be finished by 2024. This second phase of development includes the construction of a public school, along with additional office, residential, and retail space.
The site has come a long way since Busines Insider toured the complex back in September. Here’s the rundown of how each building has progressed.
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The Shed is the only structure in Hudson Yards built by New York City itself. As part of its negotiations with the complex’s two developers, Related and Oxford Properties, the city mandated the construction of a nonprofit cultural center.
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Source:: Business Insider