Manhattan’s cultural center is shifting west to Hudson Yards, where Chelsea’s creativity meets the cosmopolitan energy of Midtown. Hudson Yards lives at the heart of the most exciting emerging neighborhood in New York City, surrounded by art galleries, gourmet restaurants and hip nightlife, all at the

juncture of three of the city’s best new parks, ensuring the perfect balance of city and serenity. The new Number 7 subway station and hassle-free access to transportation means Hudson Yards residents will live at the hub of the greatest city in the world.


Hudson Yards


Elevate Life in New York

High Line One of the most revolutionary park experiences in the world, the 1.5-mile High Line connects Hudson Yards with Chelsea’s most interesting neighborhoods via a plant-lined, art-immersed urban promenade. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the parkway connects directly to the 15 Hudson Yards residential building, also designed by the visionary architecture firm, completing the team’s west side vision and drawing together the natural aesthetics and urban history of the area.


The Future of Learning 

Avenues School Set students on the best path for success at Avenues School, the sought-after international private school blocks from Hudson Yards at 26th Street and 10th Avenue. The integrated bilingual curriculum — which utilizes world-class technology and the best instructors — teaches students in English and their choice of Spanish or Mandarin, from early learning through high school.


Tree-Lined Blocks

Chelsea One of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods, Chelsea brings together dynamic art institutions, top-tier shopping and world-renowned restaurants, all set along historic tree-lined brownstone blocks. Unrivaled for its cultural offerings, Chelsea lures visitors from around the globe to its hundreds of art galleries, as well as the High Line, the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre, the Joyce Theater and Chelsea Market.


Hip Finds by Madison Square Park

NoMad Named for its location north of Madison Square Park, this trendy neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most exciting shopping and dining. Cutting-edge retailers include cult-favorite global fashion boutique Opening Ceremony and the multilevel concept store Dover Street Market. Restaurants, including John Dory, the Breslin, the NoMad and Marta, continually top best-of lists for the city.


Around Hudson Yards

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