Bjarke Ingels-Designed Supertall For Tishman Speyer Revealed At 66 Hudson Boulevard, Hudson Yards

66 Hudson Boulevard66 Hudson Boulevard, renderings by Tishman Speyer

One of the largest remaining development sites in the Hudson Yards rezoning, owned by Tishman Speyer, now has official plans, as per the Wall Street Journal. The building, at 66 Hudson Boulevard, will stand 1,005 feet to its pinnacle, rising 65 floors and containing 2.85 million square feet overall, including 27,000 square feet of retail. The tower will cost upwards of $3 billion, and Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of BIG is designing the supertall, which will be laced in bands of diagonal sky terraces. The site is located between West 34th and West 35th Streets and 10th Avenue, and Tishman is currently seeking an anchor tenant.

66 Hudson Boulevard

66 Hudson Boulevard, renderings by Tishman Speyer

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2 Comments on "Bjarke Ingels-Designed Supertall For Tishman Speyer Revealed At 66 Hudson Boulevard, Hudson Yards"

  1. $3 billion to build that? I’m hoping they take advantage of the air rights they have and build something 1,800’+. $3bil sounds about right for a tower of that magnitude. #HudsonSpire

  2. Jacky Dank Smith | December 6, 2016 at 8:41 pm |

    True…..Rnsome
    But remember 1 WTC was 3.9 Billion USD……with delays
    3 Billion can make it even bigger than 1800 #HudsonSpire2K+

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