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Hudson Yards cultivates inspired living, with on-site art installations and open spaces showcasing a monumental interactive design piece from the renowned Heatherwick Studio. Hudson Yards is also home to The Shed, New York’s forthcoming center for artistic invention.

Throughout the year, Hudson Yards will offer residents a front-row seat for life in New York City. Surrounded by art, innovation and design, Hudson Yards residents will live in the heart of Manhattan’s new cultural coast.

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Creativity along the Hudson

The Cultural Coast Soak up the best of the New York creative world along the West Side expanse that art insiders are calling the cultural coast. Hudson Yards sits at the center a formidable arts district that includes the recently
relocated Whitney Museum and Chelsea’s renowned gallery district, along with interactive experiences like Sleep No More at The McKittrick Hotel.

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A Haven for Creative Expression

The Shed New York’s forthcoming center for artistic invention, The Shed will commission and present the work of artists across disciplines, from performance to visual and multi-disciplinary art. The new institution will be 
housed in an innovative 200,000-square-foot building designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group.

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The Curated City

West Chelsea Galleries New York’s most artistic enclave is steps from Hudson Yards. West Chelsea is home to 350 leading galleries, including Gagosian Gallery, Matthew Marks and David Zwirner. Thriving icons of New York’s growing art scene, the galleries occupy converted 
warehouses and lofts throughout the neighborhood around Hudson Yards.

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Art on High

High Line Art Program Stroll among art on the High Line, where Friends of the High Line commissions and produces public art projects. The avant-garde program includes site-specific exhibitions, including murals, billboards, videos and performances to spotlight the park’s architecture, history, and 
design. Recent artists include Barbara Kruger, Rashid Johnson and Sarah Sze.

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An Uptown Icon Moves Downtown

Whitney Museum of American Art The Whitney made international news when it left the Upper East Side to join the emerging art scene on the Cultural Coast. Set in a gleaming Renzo Piano building on Gansevoort Street at the southern tip of the High Line,
its 50,000 square foot gallery opens onto outdoor terraces overlooking the river.

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