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

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Culture and Cobblestones

Meatpacking District Capturing the essence of vintage New York, the Meatpacking District brings together high-end shopping, hip hotels and world-class entertainment in converted brick warehouses along cobblestone streets beside the Hudson River. Named for the butchers who long worked here, the neighborhood is now a luxury destination, with trendy nightclubs, the new Whitney Museum and fashion icons, including curated upscale retailer Jeffery and the global headquarters for Diane von Furstenberg.


The World in Reach

Accessibility No matter the method of transit, Hudson Yards is the region’s most connected area, accessible by car, helicopter, ferry and all methods of public transportation. The new Number 7 subway station offers residents a crosstown link to every major north-south transit line in Manhattan, including a direct three-stop trip to Grand Central Station. The first new subway station to open in New York in 25 years, the new Hudson Yards Subway Station includes vibrant mosaic murals, bright lighting and entrances protected by sweeping glass canopies to match the curved landscaping of Hudson Park. Hudson Yards is also well situated for travelers, with easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel and Penn Station.


Easy Access to the Eastern Seaboard

Penn Station Two blocks from Hudson Yards, New York’s iconic Penn Station is the ultimate in transportation convenience, offering residents easy access in and out of the city. The hub for Amtrak and primary intercity railroad station for Manhattan, Penn Station connects the city with Washington, D.C., Boston, the Hamptons, Long Island and areas of interest across the eastern seaboard, via Acela, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regional lines, New Jersey Transit and the popular LIRR.


Take Flight from Hudson Yards

Heliport Whether traveling to the Hamptons, the Jersey Shore or the airport, the West 30th Street Heliport is the city’s luxury landing pad, offering Hudson Yards residents hassle-free access to airborne transportation. Open exclusively to VIPs and private charter services, the helipad ensures the ultimate in luxury and convenience, without the congestion of tourist outfits. Set blocks from Hudson Yards, the heliport is due west of the residences, meaning mere minutes from front door to flight.


Around Hudson Yards

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