Here, the Hudson River Park, High Line and Hudson Park & Boulevard come together in to create 14 acres of public open space. Take a seat in the outdoor Plaza Pavilion with surroundings that include plant selection that considers year-round bloom cycles designed by Nelson Byrd Wolz, and a monumental art sculpture by Heatherwick Studio at the center of the Plaza, giving an inspiringly artful touch to your everyday routine.
Discover unparalleled access to healthy living. Swim, run, workout, practice yoga or Soul Cycle, the on-site Equinox luxury hotel is at your disposal. Topshelf fitness facilities in every tower. You can run along the river, walk The Highline. Whatever direction you head, at HUDSON YARD, wellness is designed into the experience.


Soaring 88 stories above the Culture Shed – New York’s most exciting new venue for arts, design, and fashion – 15 Hudson Yards offers dramatic views of The Hudson River, the Hudson River Plaza, The High Line, in 285 condominium residences designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and The Rockwell Group.
One of New York’s five tallest residential towers in New York, 35 Hudson Yards offers a uniquely serviced lifestyle that embraces health and wellness at every level. Located atop a new flagship Equinox club and dynamic luxury hotel, the residences at 35 Hudson Yards take full advantage of stunning views and the highest levels of service ever offered in a private residential condominium.

Arts & Culture

Creativity Comes Home

Hudson Yards sits at the heart of the West Side expanse that art insiders are calling the cultural coast. Spanning from the Whitney Museum of American Art through Chelsea’s renowned gallery district and interactive experiences like Sleep No More at The McKittrick Hotel, the cultural coast includes
The Shed, New York’s forthcoming center for artistic invention, which is adjacent to the 15 Hudson Yards residential building.

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Arts & Culture

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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