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The first Hudson Yard tower reaches its full height

Related Companies, Oxford Properties Group and Tutor Perini today announced the topping out of 10 Hudson Yards, the future home of Coach Inc., L’Oréal USA, SAP and VaynerMedia.
Ten Hudson Yards is already 85 percent committed and one of five commercial towers planned for the 28-acre Hudson Yards development. It will officially open its doors and welcome tenants early next year.

The last concrete has been poured for 10 Hudson Yards
The last concrete has been poured for 10 Hudson Yards now standing at its full 895 ft.
The topping out of 10 Hudson Yards is a major milestone for the new neighborhood and New York City. The day was marked with the raising of the last batch of concrete to the top of the building and a lunchtime celebration with thousands of construction workers.
The tower, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, is located on 30th Street and 10th Avenue and offers direct connections to the one million square foot retail center, featuring New York’s first Neiman Marcus, and the 6-acre public plaza. Ten Hudson Yards will bridge over the High Line creating a dramatic sixty foot public passageway along Coach, Inc.’s office entryway.
“The topping out of 10 Hudson Yards marks a major milestone in the development of New York’s next great neighborhood,” said Stephen M. Ross, chairman of Related Companies. “The caliber of tenants the building and Hudson Yards have attracted is a testament to the vibrant mixed-use neighborhood we are creating and the unrelenting spirit of New York. With 10 million square feet already under construction, we are well underway in forever changing New York’s skyline and creating a vibrant new 24-7 community on the west side. We are thrilled to celebrate the incredible work and complex coordination undertaken and achieved by our development team, talented construction craftsman, engineers, planners and design partners. We  look forward to welcoming our first tenants next year and opening the entire eastern rail yard in 2019.”
“Projects that change the face of a city take passionate, committed teamwork to succeed,” said Blake Hutcheson, CEO of Oxford Properties Group. “As we top out the office tower at 10 Hudson Yards, we join with our partners in celebrating the impressive teamwork that has brought us to this historical point.”
Ten Hudson Yards is one of the only commercial towers in New York City built largely out of concrete
Ten Hudson Yards is one of the only commercial towers in New York City built largely out of concrete
Construction on the 1.7 million square foot building began in December 2012. Ten Hudson Yards is one of the only commercial towers in New York City built largely out of concrete.
Consisting of a concrete shear wall and concrete superstructure, concrete will account for ninety-eight percent of the tower’s total weight – enough concrete to fill 572 New York City subway cars. Ten Hudson Yards will also be New York’s most energy-efficient Class A office tower and is set to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Hudson Yards will include 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, more than 100 shops and restaurants, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus and a new restaurant by famed chef Thomas Keller, approximately 5,000 residences, a unique cultural space, 14-acres of public open space, a new 750-seat public school and a 200-room Equinox branded luxury hotel – all offering unparalleled amenities for residents, employees and guests.
Thirty Hudson Yards will be home to Time Warner Inc., consolidating HBO, CNN, Turner Broadcasting and the Warner Brothers divisions under one roof for the first time. Boies, Schiller & Flexner is moving its New York City offices to 55 Hudson Yards.
The development of Hudson Yards will create more than 23,000 construction jobs, and when completed in 2024, more than 125,000 people a day will work in, visit or call Hudson Yards their home.

Ten Hudson Yards will  be New York’s most energy-efficient Class A office tower
Ten Hudson Yards will be New York’s most energy-efficient Class A office tower

Construction on 10 Hudson Yards – at the northwest corner of 30th Street and 10th Avenue – is expected to be completed this year and tenants Coach, Inc., L’Oréal USA and SAP should move in early 2016.

Construction on 55 Hudson Yards began in January this year. Construction will be completed in 2017 and tenant move-in should begin early 2018.

15 Hudson Yards at the northeast corner of 30th Street and 11th Avenue, will be the first residential building to open at Hudson Yards.
Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group, in collaboration with Ismael Leyva Architects, 15 Hudson Yards will have 388 for-sale and rental residences in its 70 stories. Construction on 15 Hudson Yards began in the fall of 2014 and the building is expected to be completed in 2018.

30 Hudson Yards is located at the southwest corner of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue and will be completed in 2019. The 2.6-million-square-foot tower designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) will be the fourth-tallest building in New York and home to the highest outdoor observation deck in the city. Time Warner Inc. has already acquired more than one million square feet of office space at 30 Hudson Yards and plans to move approximately 5,000 employees from its corporate operations as well as its HBO, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. entities.

View of the tower from New Jersey, via Flickr
View of the tower from New Jersey, via Flickr

35 Hudson Yards is located at the southeast corner of 33rd Street and 11th Avenue. The 1.1-million-square-foot mixed-use tower, designed by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill, will feature 100 condos, a 175-room luxury hotel, a 60,000 s/f fitness club and spa, office space, and ground-floor retail space.

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