Welcome to Hudson Yards
Redefining the future of Manhattan.
Tucked between 10th and 12th Avenue from West 30th to 34th Street is a new, up-and-coming Manhattan neighborhood. Hudson Yards is a convenient hub of luxury high-rises, world-class entertainment venues, and culinary institutions. Taking a page from Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen, this industrial-chic area of the city is home to art galleries and high fashion retailers with an evolving clientele — the entire neighborhood is under a massive revitalization project funded by the State of New York to bring more businesses, residences, and cultural opportunities to the district.
An eclectic mix of industrial spaces, art, and entertainment, the Hudson Yards neighborhood is perfect for those seeking a centrally-located community rife with things to do and exemplary culinary dining spots.
What to Love
• Luxury shopping and dining opportunities
• Centrally located and easily accessible
• Committed to sustainable
practices and eco-friendly buildings
As the new cultural epicenter of the West Side and a template for future cities, the Hudson Yards neighborhood has been expertly crafted and designed for ultimate city living. From luxury residences and over 100 new, diverse dining and shopping options, Hudson Yards offers the best of city living in a conveniently located neighborhood. With access to all major subway stations, bus terminals, and quick commutes to the airport, Hudson Yards is an ideal neighborhood for commuters, young professionals, and those seeking “the best of” a brand new, luxury neighborhood in one of the greatest cities in the world.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
As one of the world’s finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants, Milos Estiatorio
is the epitome of fresh, quality dining. Offering a menu of unparalleled culinary creations, Milos Estiatorio is nothing short of perfect. Enjoy simple seafood dishes
, gorgeously plated, with tantalizing flavors served in a dining space that looks like a work of art.
A beautiful restaurant, bar, and event space, Peak boasts high-end American cuisine with skyline views. Set above the clouds with a menu inspired by the soaring skyscrapers of New York City, Peak offers warm hospitality and an elegant menu of fresh, made from scratch meals
and an exquisite winelist
With over 160 wine selections, Electric Lemon
, located in the Equinox Hotel, is an expansive, upscale dining space offering stunning views from the 24th floor of the hotel. Specializing in seasonal American fare, Electric Lemon is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner and welcomes all palates to enjoy their unique, fresh menu while dining along the Manhattan skyline.
Things to Do
is located in the Public Square of Hudson Yards and attracts tourists from all over the world. This work of art is an interactive, exploratory spiral staircase designed by Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio with the purpose of allowing community members to enjoy new perspectives of the city from different heights and vantage points. Comprising 2,500 steps and 154 flights of stairs, this unique structure is the hub of Hudson Yards and one of the major draws of the neighborhood.The Edge
is the highest outdoor skydeck in the Western Hemisphere and features a one-of-a-kind design. Guests can venture to The Edge of the platform and gaze down 100 stories through a glass floor. Guests can see all the way from Central Park to the Statue of Liberty and beyond from this vantage point and if you’re brave enough, try the City Climb skyscraper adventure. City Climb
straps you to the side of The Edge skyscraper and allows you to climb up the side — a terrifying and thrilling experience, perfect for adventure-seekers.The Shed, a New Center for the Arts
commissions artwork from all mediums, across all countries, and experience levels. With a mission to bring all forms of art together under one roof, The Shed is committed to bringing equitable practices to the Hudson Yards community and aims to bring new performances, gallery shows, and events to the neighborhood throughout the year. There is always something going on at The Shed — visit them on West 30th Street and sew what all the fuss is about!
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