Hudson Yards today unveiled the neighborhood’s boutique residences for 35 Hudson Yards and announced that sales for the residential tower will begin on Friday, March 15th. Standing more than 1,000 feet in the air, the glass and limestone tower is the tallest residential building in the Hudson Yards neighborhood. The building features architecture by David Childs and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; interiors by designer Tony Ingrao; and an array of elevated in-building lifestyle services provided by the world’s first Equinox Hotel®.
35 Hudson Yards offers a collection of 143 two- to six-bedroom condominium residences starting on the 53rd floor with sweeping, panoramic views of the Hudson River, Manhattan skyline, the Hudson Yards Public Square and Gardens and its centerpiece temporarily named Vessel. Residents and their guests will enjoy exclusive access to 22,000 square feet of thoughtfully curated resident-only wellness, leisure and entertainment amenities and priority reservations at the in-building culinary offerings, which includes a new restaurant concept by Stephen Starr with in-residence dining. Residents will also enjoy memberships at and a short elevator ride to the 60,000-square-foot Equinox Fitness Club and Spa and SoulCycle, as well as being just steps away from more than 100 shops and restaurants, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus.
“Related has amassed a brilliant and impressive array of world-class talent to create an unrivaled living experience at 35 Hudson Yards,” said Sherry Tobak, senior vice president of Related Sales. “The building has been thoughtfully designed for buyers seeking exceptional homes together with a lavish suite of amenities and unparalleled lifestyle benefits. Centrally located in the heart of this exciting and new neighborhood, 35 Hudson Yards is the ideal location for enjoying everything Hudson Yards embodies, and I have no doubt it will set a new benchmark for superb residential living in New York City.”
The building’s design makes a strong architectural statement with handsome Bavarian limestone shaped into piers and graceful curves that envelop the tower. A series of setbacks twist around the building as it ascends, and the glass helps reflect the panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
Residences are designed on a grand scale, with two- to six-bedroom homes ranging in size from 1,500 to 10,000 square feet. Gracious entry foyers and galleries built to accommodate substantial works of art welcome residents into great rooms with ceilings that soar to nearly eleven feet in height. Grand living areas have large expanses of glass, offset by mullion detailing. Master suites are lavish with large walk-in closets, and each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. Master bathrooms feature hand-selected slabs of polished iceberg quartzite and freestanding bathtubs and some feature oversized windows capturing views of the Hudson River. Powder rooms include custom glass and onyx-based sinks and floors comprised of polished polaris quartzite. Kitchens feature Gaggenau appliances and opal white marble counters that add a fresh, luxurious element. Smoked oak flooring contrasts with the high gloss stained and lacquered eucalyptus wood with American Black Walnut core cabinetry, which Tony Ingrao designed in collaboration with Smallbone of Devizes, England’s finest cabinetmaker. Tall walnut doors open to adjacent breakfast, dining and family rooms.
Exquisitely finished wood and marble, along with custom tapestries designed by renowned artist Helena Hernmarck, welcome residents into the building’s private lobby, staffed by a full-time concierge and doorperson. A carefully conceived suite of amenity spaces spans the entire 6th floor, including a fitness center that is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment for the exclusive use of residents and their trainers. It offers a stretching and yoga studio and a private and serene meditation room. Additional amenities on the floor include a corner lounge with billiard table, golf simulator lounge with minibar and access to the world’s most exciting golf courses, boardroom and private office suites, screening room, library, private dining room and children’s playroom. The 24th floor offers the west-facing Grand Terrace and Grand Dining Room, an expansive event space that can host seated events for more than 50 guests.
“Our tower, 35 Hudson Yards, with its combination of retail, office, hotel and residential uses, is a city within Hudson Yards, exactly in the way Hudson Yards itself is a full mixed-use city within Manhattan,” said David Childs.
“Hudson Yards is a totally unique space,” said Tony Ingrao. “It provides a complete lifestyle experience that is integrated into a spectacular urban setting while being connected to the innovative High Line park with water views. With a combination of innovative architecture, impeccable quality and amenities, including an unparalleled outdoor pool, spa and athletic facilities, restaurants, shops and services, Hudson Yards is a totally integrated luxury experience for mind, body and soul.”
Residents of 35 Hudson Yards will also receive a comprehensive fitness experience by Equinox and SoulCycle, which includes a membership to the Equinox Club, its indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a large sundeck with an outdoor cabana and a lounge area, as well as access to the hotel’s 24th floor Sky Lobby. Residents will also have access to exclusive in-home services by the world’s very first Equinox Hotel® and a dedicated director of residences who will liaise with the hotel to handle in-residence dining, valet and laundry services, private car and ground transportation and bookings.
35 Hudson Yards is the second building in the new neighborhood to offer for-sale residences. Fifteen Hudson Yards, designed Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, is already 60 percent sold.
The residences at 35 Hudson Yards will be priced from $5 million. Related Sales and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group are the exclusive sales and marketing agents for 35 Hudson Yards.
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Related Companies is the most prominent privately-owned real estate firm in the United States. Founded more than 40 years ago, Related Companies is a fully-integrated, highly diversified industry leader with experience in virtually every aspect of development, acquisitions, management, finance, fund management, marketing and sales. The Company has $50 billion in real estate assets owned or under development including best-in-class mixed-use, residential, retail, office, trade show and affordable properties in premier high-barrier-to-entry markets. Headquartered in New York City, Related has offices and major developments in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, South Florida, Washington, D.C., Abu Dhabi and London, and is well-known for having developed the 2.8 million square foot Time Warner Center in New York City and the 72-acre CityPlace in West Palm Beach as well as being a leader in green building. For more information about Related Companies, please visit www.related.com.
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