Discover a home ringed by
14 acres of parks.
“The Public Square and Gardens offer elegant stone plazas surrounded by native trees of the Hudson Valley. An unexpected oasis in the heart of Hudson Yards.”
— Thomas Woltz,
Landscape Architect & Owner, Nelson Byrd Woltz
An oasis at your doorstep
35 Hudson Yards looks out over the Public Square and Gardens, where the High Line, Hudson River Park, and Bella Abzug Park converge. This thoughtfully conceived landscape is designed by Nelson Byrd Woltz, a firm internationally renowned for public parks, private estates, and botanic gardens. More than 28,000 plants, including over 200 mature trees, will transform the new cityscape into a verdant paradise.
A one-of-a-kind shopping destination with
over 100 shops and experiences.
New York’s next great
The retail experience at Hudson Yards includes renowned brands like Cartier, Tapestry (Coach, Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade), Jo Malone, Kiehl’s, Lululemon, Patek Philippe, Piaget, Rolex, Sephora, Tory Burch, Van Cleef & Arpels, Watches of Switzerland, and more.
That’s just the beginning. Approximately 100 luxury and specialty stores and unique restaurants will occupy nearly 720,000 square feet of astonishing, vertical space at Hudson Yards, designed by legendary architectural firm Elkus Manfredi.
CULTURE & CHELSEA
The crown of New York’s new cultural coast.
“We did not set out to make a building.
We set out to make history.”
— Stephen M. Ross,
Chairman, Related Companies
Live where it all comes together
Just steps away are the art galleries of West Chelsea; the High Line, an elevated city park, lauded as one of the world’s greatest examples of inventive urban design; Chelsea Piers, a premier sports complex and marina; Hudson River Park, with 550 waterfront acres of biking and jogging trails, playgrounds, and grassy lawns; Avenues: The World School, an exclusive private academy; the new Renzo Piano–designed Whitney Museum of American Art; the Mikhail Baryshnikov Arts Center; and the rich patchwork of acclaimed restaurants, luxury boutiques, and progressive architecture that have transformed the Manhattan waterfront over the past decade. Living here means never having to leave.