View Poll Results: What proposal would you like to see built for Hudson Yards?

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  • Brookfield: SOM, Field Operations, Thomas Phifer, SHoP Architects and Diller Scofidio & Renfro

    64 65.98%
  • Durst / Vornado / Conde Nast: FXFowle and Rafael Pelli

    11 11.34%
  • Extell: Steven Holl

    8 8.25%
  • Related / Goldman Sachs / NewsCorp: Kohn Pedersen Fox, Arquitectonica and Robert AM Stern

    8 8.25%
  • Tishman Speyer / Morgan Stanley: Helmut Jahn

    6 6.19%
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    Nice photos! This tower is stunning.

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    One building where glass will be good.


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    http://www.nydailynews.com/life-styl...icle-1.2285293
    Last edited by Merry; July 16th, 2015 at 03:38 AM.

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    Peeking up over Carroll Gardens



    From Hudson Square






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    Quote Originally Posted by Music Man View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Details of early designs of the Diller Scofidio + Renfro tower set to rise at HY, from the super-sized images of the Culture Shed ...
    I wonder how long before that square dimple feature gets value engineered out..
    Well.....from February 2013 to:
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    15 HY...watered down, NYC style.

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    .....December 2014.

    22 months; exactly.

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    IMO, the VE job improves it. With the dimple the building looks somehow very 80s - reminiscent of the unfortunate glass building down on Water Street near the Seaport. Dated.

    The design is less hokey now.

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    35 HY got better.

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    Hudson Yards Park Is Officially Ready for Visitors

    August 13, 2015, by Zoe Rosenberg



    Hudson Yards has reached a major milestone of minor proportions: parts of Hudson Yards Park, the new 4-acre strip of green space between West 33rd and 36th streets between Tenth and Eleventh avenues, is now open to the public. The caution tape has been removed at the northernmost portion of the park between 35th and 36th street, welcoming visitors to lounge on the section's built-in benches, sit at its tables and chairs (still padlocked together at the time of our visit), and make some ruckus on its playground. A construction worker at the site says that the portion of the park between 34th and 35th streets will open as soon as tomorrow, and the southernmost portion of the park will open further into the future.



    The Hudson Yards Development Corporation funded the creation of the park. The section between 34th and 35th streets has winding benches that wrap around elevated planters, water fountains, and tables and chairs.



    It also has this curving tiered bench made out of Black Locust lumber that looks onto a patio.



    The center portion of the park has three ovular fountains.




    The Javits Center looms to the west.


    The northernmost section of the park has a playground and a concession stand.



    The thing beyond the playground that looks like a structural tortoise shell is one of the two 7-train entrances that will be in the park. One will be located between 33rd and 34th streets, and the other between 34th and 35th streets. They'll open in September.

    The park was designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Landscape Architects, who are also behind Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 6 (which coincidentally will also open to the public in the near future.)

    More pics at Curbed

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    Way down Varick


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    Took a similar shot from Walker & Varick last week. Just imagine 30 HY in a few years.

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    Looks like they are working on the final triangle peak!

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