Poised on the city’s western waterfront, Hudson Yards transcends the imagination. An entirely new neighborhood along Manhattan’s West Side—fourteen spectacular acres of lush parks, remarkable restaurants, elevated shopping, and cultural experiences, including The Shed—sets a higher standard for what a neighborhood should be. The tallest residential building, 35 Hudson Yards, rises ninety-two stories above it all, a soaring tower of limestone and glass with sweeping panoramic views. This luxurious building offers a wealth of experiences to enrich the mind, body, and soul.
David M. Childs, FAIA, of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, has added a warm and luxurious feel to this handsome building, incorporating limestone piers and graceful curves, which appear like sails reflecting the panoramic views of the Hudson River, the iconic Manhattan skyline, and its distinctive new Hudson Yards neighbors. The building is conceived holistically, with a striking series of setbacks that twist around the tower, expressing fluid movement and presenting opportunities for terraces with outdoor gardens that encircle the tower as they ascend.
Tony Ingrao of Ingrao Inc., a fixture on the AD100–Architectural Digest’s list of the greatest talents in the world of design, brings his distinctive modern luxury to 35 Hudson Yards. Ingrao’s elevated sensibility means exquisite proportions and materials that are always unexpected, richly textured, and beautifully illuminated. Starting on the 53rd floor, these two-to-six-bedroom homes range from 1,500 to 10,000 square feet, and are all designed on a grand scale. They feature gracious entry foyers and galleries that lead through to the great rooms, ceilings that soar to nearly eleven feet and grand living areas with large expanses of glass.
What sets 35 Hudson Yards apart is not merely the grand scale and gracious design, but the expert attention given to every environment. A carefully conceived suite of amenity spaces on two distinct floors is available for use by residents and their guests. Opening onto the Public Square and Gardens, a private lobby is staffed by a full-time concierge and doorman. The fitness center is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment for the exclusive use of residents. Additional amenities include a lounge and bar overlooking Vessel, a lounge with billiards tables, a golf simulator lounge, a private dining room for sixteen, a library, a screening room, a children’s playroom, a board room, and private office and the 24th floor features a Grand Terrace and Grand Dining Room which seats more than fifty guests. Residents are also afforded access to in-room dining and spa services provided by Equinox Hotels.