NEW YORK | 35 Hudson Yards | 1,009 FT | 72 FLOORS


#406

They built a whole new subway stop right in the middle of it, and it’s walking distance from Penn Station. It’s a wonderful model for transit-oriented development.

If you choose to drive a private car in Manhattan, that’s on you. As a Manhattanite myself, I assure you that most of us don’t own cars. It’s just not how we get around. There will be increased delivery and taxi traffic around these new buildings, but 99% of the people living and working at Hudson Yards will arrive by means other than a private car.


#407

I agree. I think the city needs to further initiatives such as Times Square redevelopment to further a pedestrian, public transportation model. As we all know, Manhattan has the least amount of car ownership in the country, there’s no reason to cater to driving at all.
This is why I’m a huge advocate for ripping out the FDR highway, and why I think HY is a great model for the future.

It still sucks to be stuck in traffic that long, though! I definitely feel your pain having lived in Northern VA :rage::pensive:


#408

Long live effectively designed mass transit systems! The automobile industry can’t keep us from developing highly sophisticated commuter rails!!!


#409

The best building in Hudson yards in my opinion


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#412

This should be real close to top out.


#413

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Looks like we’re on the roof! Then there’s a 1 floor tall parapet, then it’s topped


#415

6-11-18


#416

It seems they topped off, but I expect Related/Oxford to hold the ceremony on the same day as 30 HY for the publicity.