What is claimed will be the fourth largest commercial office tower in New York is to be built in the city’s developing Hudson Yards neighborhood. Covering 850,000 sq ft (79,000 sq m), 50 Hudson Yards will fill an entire city block and rise up to 985-ft (300-m) high.
Designed by Foster + Partners, 50 Hudson Yards will comprise three volumes stacked upon each other, creating a staggered structure and a variety of different floor plates – all column-free and able to accommodate a minimum of 500 people – within the building.
The building will be spread across 58 levels, with access provided on all four sides at ground level. Huge expanses of glass will make up the near fully glazed façades and will be framed by white stone cladding and the top of the building will be crowned by a “halo” that will be illuminated at night.
Top tier”marquee” tenants at 50 Hudson Yards will have the use of private sky lobbies, outdoor terraces, valet parking and private pick-up/drop-off areas. On-site bike storage and concierge services will be available to all building occupants and there there will be easy access to the rest of the Hudson Yards development, the outdoor observation deck located at the top of 30 Hudson Yards and the subway for commuting.
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