Luxury living at Hudson Yards: Incredible residences with stunning views and exclusive amenities.

Experience the Ultimate Lifestyle at Hudson Yards 35

Experience the ultimate lifestyle at Hudson Yards, an entirely new neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side. An impeccably designed urban oasis of best-in-class parks, architecture, dining, shopping, and culture.

Among the neighborhood’s most rarefied elements is 35 Hudson Yards, an elegant limestone and glass tower designed by David Childs and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. It’s home to 143 luxury residences, a world-class Equinox fitness club and spa, and first-class office space.


The newest neighborhood in New York City, Hudson Yards, opens to the public on March 15. Amidst a sprawling retail complex and high-end restaurants is 35 Hudson Yards, which features 143 luxury boutique residences starting on the 53rd floor. The tallest building in the new district, designed by David Childs/SOM with interiors by AD100 designer Tony Ingrao, offers expansive views of the city and access to a range of upscale amenities including in-residence dining from Stephen Starr, SoulCycle, and Equinox Club and Spa.

But the 92-story tower is far from a finished product, and even after years of slow-moving sales, Related Companies still counts roughly $1 billion worth of condos as unsold. And that translates into heavy discounts. Last week, five sponsor units at the coveted building had their asking prices reduced by $100,000 or more.


The world’s best restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and cultural venues are at your doorstep. Whether you’re interested in taking in a performance at the Shed or strolling through the Public Square and Gardens, you will be amazed at all that Hudson Yards has to offer.

Designed by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill, with interiors by Tony Ingrao, 35 Hudson Yards features approximately 137 exclusive for-sale residences and private amenities – all at the heart of New York City’s most forward-thinking neighborhood. The building’s unique architecture, breathtaking views, and extraordinary lifestyle make it a one-of-a-kind address.

The best of the city is at your fingertips, with unsurpassed connections to commuter rail, the No. 7 subway, West Side Highway, and ferries along the Hudson River. The eye-catching new Hudson Yards station is steps from the building, with service to Times Square and beyond. Residents also enjoy a dedicated Director of Residences who will handle in-residence dining, reservations, and events, as well as a complimentary two-year membership at the renowned Equinox hotel club and spa.


At 35 Hudson Yards, residents enjoy a suite of amenities that are both exclusive and unparalleled in NYC. They are akin to living in your very own private luxury club. Guests and visitors can enjoy all of the one-of-a-kind experiences curated for the neighborhood, including a private membership social club, spa, in-residence dining by Stephen Starr and access to a 60,000-square-foot Equinox Hotel(r) fitness center and SoulCycle.

Each kitchen is designed to frame a stunning cityscape and to be a true focal point in the home with an array of finishes from Smallbone of Devizes, England’s finest cabinet maker, and high-gloss white eucalyptus grain cabinets. Stylish wood doors create truly separate spaces for living and entertaining, while luxurious stone and Gaggenau appliances add a signature touch.

Hudson Yards is a new neighborhood of best-in-class parks, architecture, restaurants, shopping and culture along Manhattan’s West Side. The site includes 15 Hudson Yards, the tallest building designed by David Childs/SOM with residences starting on level 53, and 35 Hudson Yards, a new 92-story luxury tower by KPF with homes starting on the 54th floor of the flagship Equinox Hotel(r).


Hudson Yards, developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, is a new neighborhood that features state-of-the-art office towers; a one-million-square-foot retail center anchored by a Neiman Marcus; restaurants curated by Chef Thomas Keller; 14 acres of public open space and a unique cultural venue called The Shed; and a luxury Equinox Hotel with more than 200 rooms. 35 Hudson Yards features 143 exclusive for-sale residences designed by David Childs and Skidmore Owings & Merrill with interiors by Tony Ingrao.

The residences include two- to six-bedroom homes with spectacular views of downtown Manhattan and the Hudson River. Every kitchen has been meticulously designed to be truly separate living spaces with tall wood doors that open to breakfast rooms, family rooms or dining areas. Smallbone of Devizes cabinetry is used throughout with Taj Mahal white quartzite counters and Gaggenau appliances.

Residents have front door access to one-of-a-kind experiences including a vast array of shopping and dining, fitness and wellness pursuits at the global flagship Equinox Hotel, a 5,000-square-foot Sky Lobby with indoor and outdoor pools, and a new restaurant concept from Stephen Starr.

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