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Related Companies unveils plans for One Hudson Yards luxury rental residences

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Related Companies unveils plans for One Hudson Yards luxury rental residences

The 33-story tower will be positioned on the High Line with views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan.

By Related Companies  | August 9, 2017

Renderings courtesy Related Companies 

Related Rentals announced the launch of leasing at One Hudson Yards, a collection of high-design luxury rental residences with a curated collection of art, wellness, and lifestyle amenities and services. 

The 33-story building features bold architecture by Davis Brody Bond, with layouts by Executive Architect Ismael Leyva Architects, and interiors by the award-winning Andre Kikoski Architect that were custom designed to meet the needs of sophisticated and discerning New Yorkers.

One Hudson Yards is situated at 530 West 30th Street along the High Line and at the southern entrance to Hudson Yards. The sleek stone-and-glass building overlooks Heatherwick Studio’s interactive design piece Vessel and The Shed, New York’s new center for artistic invention designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Rockwell Group. 



One Hudson Yards comprises 178 apartments that range from one- to three-bedrooms with one four-bedroom home on the penthouse level. Each apartment is generously laid out with 10-foot ceilings, wide-plank grey oak floors, and extra-tall windows in a modern curtain wall façade that reveal breathtaking views of Hudson Yards, the Hudson River, West Chelsea, and Downtown Manhattan.

Every apartment in the building has an in-residence washer with vented dryer and Lutron Maestro advanced wireless lighting controls. Elevated features in some larger units also include built-in coffee makers and steam ovens, motorized shades, spacious customized closets and 5-fixture master baths.

The building’s amenities include: a sun and barbeque terrace, penthouse lounges with full-service kitchens, dining area and landscaped terrace with barbecues, a 82-foot pool, plunge pool, salt pool, hot tub, and a spa oasis with a sauna and steam room.

Residents will also receive exclusive benefits within Hudson Yards, the brand new neighborhood transforming Manhattan’s West Side that will be home to 100 shops and restaurants, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus, and 25 dining concepts.

One Hudson Yards is targeting LEED Gold Certification. Pricing for available residences at One Hudson Yards begins at $5,095/month.


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