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Hudson Yards new office tower booming with new signings despite tough market





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August 14, 2022
KPMG signs up deal on fringes of Hudson Yards

https://www.newyorkyimby.com/2022/08...manhattan.html
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KPMG signs up deal on fringes of Hudson Yards

https://www.newyorkyimby.com/2022/08...manhattan.html
Technically, that is Hudson Yards

https://skyscraperpage.com/forum/sho...230348&page=21
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Awesome. I also hear that 3 Hudson is hopefully on the move again.
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A $3.8 Billion Hudson Yards Skyscraper Lands New Finance Tenants
Truist, Vista Equity sign leases at 50 Hudson Yards, a New York tower where Meta’s Facebook has offices.



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September 13, 2022


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The $3.8 billion skyscraper, which counts Meta Platforms Inc. as a major tenant, has signed new and expanded leases with a handful of finance and tech companies in recent months including a Truist Financial Corp. business, Vista Equity Partners and ServiceNow Inc., according to a person familiar with the matter who asked not to be named citing details about the leases.
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Truist, the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank formed through the merger of BB&T Corp. and SunTrust Banks Inc., will shift employees to the new spot in Hudson Yards from its current space at 711 Fifth Ave, while software company ServiceNow signed a deal for extra space that will bring them up to about 50,000 square feet at the building, according to spokespeople for the firms. Buyout firm Vista Equity took roughly 100,000 square feet, according to the person familiar with the matter.
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The 2.9 million-square-foot skyscraper is the latest building to be completed in Hudson Yards, Related’s $25 billion development on Manhattan’s far west side. Before construction started, BlackRock Inc. agreed in 2016 to move its headquarters to the skyscraper. In late 2019, Meta signed a lease at 50 Hudson Yards, although the tech firm paused plans earlier this year to further build out its offices at the tower. Meta also has space at other buildings in the area, including 30 and 55 Hudson Yards.
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One of the most expensive office projects in New York City history received a little more financial support.

Wells Fargo provided a $348.8 million building loan to Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group to develop 50 Hudson Yards, PincusCo reported. The deal was finalized last month and is considered additional construction debt.

The project’s total price of approximately $4 billion makes the development one of the most expensive office projects in the city’s history. The Foster + Partners-designed building is priced at $1,407 per square foot, beating the $1,230 per square foot of Tishman Speyer’s “Spiral” across the street.

….. The record holder for the most expensive building is One World Trade Center, which cost around 3.8 billion US dollars to build.

Tenants of the 2.8 million square foot, 58-story tower include BlackRock and Meta, who recently terminated their lease at 225 Park Avenue South to focus on their spaces at Hudson Yards and the Farley Post Office.

Last month, Charlotte-based bank Truist Financial leased 100,000 square feet at 50 Hudson Yards and agreed to move from Shvo’s 711 Fifth Avenue, the former Coca-Cola building.

Vista Equity Partners signed a 95,000 square foot lease in July priced between $175 and $240 per square foot. Software company ServiceNow recently expanded its footprint to 50,000 square feet.
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Also in this article there is written that this tower has 58 (not 79...) floors. To change the title, please.
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Also in this article there is written that this tower has 58 (not 79...) floors. To change the title, please.
You new here? I dont think you are. Why waste a post?
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The tower has 58 real floors but is listed as 79 due to the ceiling heights to woo tenants.

This one turned out alright though mostly due to the unique facade.
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Russ & Daughters to open Hudson Yards location





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October 14, 2022


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This famed NYC institution is embarking on its next big step: a new uptown expansion.

Russ & Daughters, the iconic Lower East Side appetizing hotspot, has announced it’s set to open a shop farther north — in Hudson Yards.

The 109-year-old seller of smoked salmon, bialys, rugelach and other Jewish delicacies will cut the ribbon on its new, 4,500-square-foot 502 W. 34th St. counter, seat-yourself dining area and private event space next spring.

The counter will offer hand-sliced fish via a take-a-number system and there will also be a glass-encased bagel bakery, as well as a caviar and champagne bar. The branch will be open seven days a week and offer delivery within Hudson Yards.
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”Congruent with the feel of existing Russ & Daughters establishments, this new location will also include hand-painted lightboxes, neon signs, original artwork and appetizing showcases,” reads a press release.

It’s located at the base of 50 Hudson Yards which, at 2.9 million square feet and 1,011 feet tall, is the developer-built neighborhood’s largest commercial office building. Other building residents will include the investment management company BlackRock and social-media giant Meta.
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Btw, and I don't know if this is the right place to say, but the heights on the diagram page for this one is wrong.
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50 Hudson Yards, a 78-story office building by Foster + Partners, has officially opened in New York


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Covering an entire block, the tower is a distinctive piece of the city that mindfully sits within New York’s urban grid. It contains almost 3 million square-feet of flexible office space while providing an abundance of retail facilities and new public spaces at ground level.

The building acts as a gateway to New York’s vibrant new neighborhood, offering a direct underground connection to the adjacent subway station. The LEED Gold- designed tower forms an integral part of the Hudson Yards district.

Norman Foster, Founder and Executive Chairman of Foster + Partners, said: “Our project is a response to the site within Hudson Yards, but its geometry also respects the wider context of the New York street grid. The innovative elevator strategy and unique space planning provide prime users of the tower with their own lobbies, exclusive access and separate identities. Column free floor plates and generous ceiling heights provide high quality workspaces with maximum flexibility for change in the future. A purpose-built tunnel connects the building directly to the subway while the lobby floors are connected by a delicate feature stair from which one can enjoy both views of Hudson Yards and the large-scale work of art by Frank Stella.”

The office tower gives back to the city with new shops, restaurants, bike parking and transport connections at street level. Its lively public entrance lobbies are animated by two large-scale artworks by Frank Stella, which celebrate the creative heritage of the city and draw people into the building.
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Nigel Dancey, Head of Studio, Foster + Partners, said: “By minimising the building’s core, we have been able to provide unique lobby spaces for anchor tenants such as Meta and BlackRock. The building’s primary structure has also been pushed outwards to create column-free floorplates which support collaborative ways of working and can be easily reconfigured. The careful planning of the core and building section also allows for a range of servicing options which futureproof the building.”

The tower offers panoramic views of Manhattan, with the Hudson River to the west and the Empire State Building to the east. A communal amenity on the 32nd floor features a variety of meeting and event spaces. The top of the tower features a domed stainless-steel lighting installation, designed in collaboration with Jamie Carpenter, which catches the light during the day and illuminates the building at night. The expressed structural elements of the building are clad in Viscount White stone which was carefully chosen for the project.

James Barnes, Senior Partner, Foster + Partners, added: “We are delighted to see 50 Hudson Yards opening on schedule, despite the global impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a testament to the hard work of the whole team whose collaborative efforts delivered this landmark project. We look forward to seeing the first tenants move into the building, later this year.”




























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Foster + Partners' supertall 50 Hudson Yards skyscraper opens in NYC


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UK architecture studio Foster + Partners has completed a supertall skyscraper in New York City as part of the Hudson Yards development in Midtown Manhattan.

Called 50 Hudson Yards, the 1,011-foot-tall (308 metres) skyscraper contains three million square feet (278,709 square metres) of office space, including offices for tech company Meta (formerly Facebook) and investment company BlackRock.

50 Hudson Yards has a stepped envelope and a symmetrical facade with floor-to-ceiling glass.

Structural elements at the podium and in vertical strips that run up the facade were clad in Viscount white stone, which the studio said was "carefully chosen for the project."
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According to Foster + Partners, an "innovative" elevator strategy was used for the building's core to open up floor plates on the perimeter of the envelope.

"The design utilizes conventional, double-decker and twin elevators for the first time in a New York commercial office building," said the studio.

So-called "anchor tenants" will have private elevators.

"The building's primary structure has also been pushed outwards to create column-free floorplates, which support collaborative ways of working and can be easily reconfigured," said Foster + Partner head of studio Nigel Dancey.

"The careful planning of the core and building section also allows for a range of servicing options which futureproof the building."
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An egress was also constructed for a "purpose-built" tunnel connecting the skyscraper with the adjacent 34th Street-Hudson Yards MTA subway station.

A communal area was placed on the 32nd floor and holds meeting and event spaces.

At the top of the tower, the architecture studio worked with designer Jamie Carpenter on a domed installation that was designed to catch the light during the day and illuminate the building at nighttime.

50 Hudson Yards was one of the first in the US to use engineering firm Despe's Self Climbing Kocoon system, a scaffolding method that was designed to provide extra protection and flexibility for workers.
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This actual glass wall is BEGGING to be blocked.... hopefully phase 2 of HY will be more more interesting and texturally varied than 50 Hudson and Spiral. Both these towers can be categorized as the worst designs Foster (an architectural icon), and Ingels (whom has demonstrated good talent) have ever produced in their careers; and they're supertall to boot. Awful.

Goes to to show the extent which developers degrade architectural talents and in the process ruin the skyline.
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Nonsense. I'd like to see a single example in history of a skyline being "ruined". Skylines are ever evolving, growing, shifting. The skyline of generations past were "ruined" by the perfect one that exists in your mind.
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Nonsense. I'd like to see a single example in history of a skyline being "ruined". Skylines are ever evolving, growing, shifting. The skyline of generations past were "ruined" by the perfect one that exists in your mind.
See DT Manhattan, pre and post One Chase Manhattan Plaza...

Prior to 1960 the DT Manhattan skyline was an elegant balance combination of spires pointing upwards, each tower had its own proportional massing and culmination.... post 1CP these massing were blurred out of the skyline silhouette with a tower that which has a massing that could best described as wide and flat; its ostentatious presence eliminated much of the spacing between elegant, and proportional towers such as 40, Wall street, 70 Pine Street, the Woolworth Building, 20 Exchange Place, Bank of New York Building, etc...

And yes this tower and the modernist/international architectural movement, in my opinion, did ruin what was once an elegant DT Manhattan Skyline. And to be fair whereas the modernist movement did start as and artistic endeavor that displays minimalism.... it quickly turned into an accounting gimmick to build "plazas" in exchange for proportion promulgated by developers to produce more profitable towers, as all of its mundane identical floorplates can be streamlined into materials that are easier (and in turn cheaper) to manufacture and assemble. The realization of this business plan let to a saturation of this type of "style" (which was more means to a greater profit margin) and more ostentatious bulks such as 1 Liberty Plaza, 55 Water streets (sheesh!), One New York Plaza, were built and further ruined what was once a skyline of elegant turn of the century building massings that interplayed into pleasant greater whole.
Skylines should evolve and adjust to the times, but in the case of DT and here in Hudson Yards, the massing of these buildings create bulk and visual glass walls... Even from a practical standpoint regarding the appeal of office space, all these towers by Foster and BIG encroaching on top of each other you have basically created an office 850 feet into the sky to have a view of taller glass wall and not that of NYC's panorama.

But I am sure yesinmybackyard's impressions and opinions are wholly not nonsensical.
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