The estimated 20+ million annual visitors to Hudson Yards’ retail center will experience a diverse array of new concepts across luxury, kids, fine jewelry and digitally native brands. New additions to include digitally native brands Faherty and Naadam, family experience store Camp, fine jeweler Marli, Italian watchmaker Panerai, iconic sunglass brand Ray-Ban and Belgian chocolatier Neuhaus Chocolate; upcoming openings include Suitsupply, Tiffany & Co.
Hudson Yards today announces the expansion of its retail and dining offerings with new additions to The Shops & Restaurants, including digitally native brands Faherty and Naadam, family experience store Camp, fine jeweler Marli, Italian watchmaker Panerai, iconic sunglass brand Ray-Ban, and Belgian chocolatier Neuhaus Chocolate. The majority of these stores will open later this year joining Suitsupply (opening October 18), Tiffany & Co. (opening in December) and recently opened stores Kenzo and Dior—one of the brand’s few locations carrying both the men’s and women’s collections. The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards is on track to welcome over 20 million visitors in its inaugural year, solidifying its position as one of Manhattan’s most sought-after shopping and dining destinations.
Recent additions to the dining collection across the neighborhood include Electric Lemon, a seasonal American restaurant from James Beard Award-winning restaurateur Stephen Starr, at the Equinox Hotel and French boulangerie Maison Kayser at 55 Hudson Yards. The Bosque, a seasonal café now open on the Public Square and Gardens, offers refreshments and light bites al fresco just steps from Vessel.
“The public engagement at The Shops & Restaurants since our grand opening in March has been overwhelming, and a testament to the careful thought we put into creating an exceptional mix of dining, entertainment, experiences, culture and fashion,” said Kenneth A. Himmel, president and CEO of Related Urban, the mixed-use division of Related Companies. “We’re thrilled to build on the success of our first six months with new additions, which offer even more dynamic ways for residents, visitors and workers at Hudson Yards to engage with the neighborhood.”
Recently added retail and dining experiences further round out a comprehensive collection of leading brands across categories, from luxury to fast fashion, first physical stores from digitally native brands and fine dining to fast-casual dining and unique cultural exhibitions for the whole family.
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About Hudson Yards:
Hudson Yards is a new neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. Hudson Yards is home to more than 100 shops and restaurants, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus, an array of experiential and online retailers, and a collection of leading brands in every category from luxury to fast fashion. The neighborhood features restaurants and food experiences by chefs and restaurateurs Thomas Keller, José Andrés, David Chang, Michael Lomonaco, Costas Spiliadis, Stephen Starr, rhubarb and chef Peter Jin, D&D London and more; dynamic cultural institutions; 4,000 state-of-the-art modern residences; more than five acres of public plazas, gardens and groves; and eventually a new 750-seat public school—all offering unparalleled amenities for residents, employees and guests. For more information on Hudson Yards, please visit www.HudsonYardsNewYork.com.