Possibly the most prominent new development in New York City is beginning to come to life today. 10 Hudson Yards, the first building completed at Related and Oxford’s Hudson Yards mixed-use project, is opening its doors, and we have a new look at the skyscraper, which will be home to Coach’s corporate headquarters.
The 52-story building ascends to 895 feet, with a design by Kohn Pederson Fox. It’s glassy and pointed at the top. Be sure to check it out from the west at sunset, as the colors – particularly the blue – are attractive. It is located at the northwest corner of Tenth Avenue and West 30th Street, connected to the High Line and in close proximity to the new terminus of the 7 train.
As employees enter the building, they will see a large staircase and an impressive atrium.
The encompasses 1.8 million square feet.
There will be little doubt whose corporate headquarters are in the building, with a wall full of luxury handbags.
Other tenants in the building will be L’Oréal, SAP, Intersection, BCG, and VaynerMedia.
Hudson Yards will eventually have many buildings with thousands of residential units, even more office space, retail, culture, schools, and public outdoor space.