The long-planned Hudson Yards neighborhood is finally becoming a reality on the Far West Side of Manhattan. Developer Related Companies has filed plans for another gigantic office building, 50 Hudson Yards, at 415 10th Avenue.
The new building applications call for a 12-story, 256-foot-tall commercial development spanning 887,600 square feet. There would be retail on the subcellars and first two floors, followed by 10 stories of office space. The basement levels would also include security and tenant storage. And the ground floor would have a porte-cochere, or a covered space connected to the lobby where drivers can drop people off or pick them up.
The filing appears to be only a portion of the block-long building, which will ultimately reach 985 feet into the air and hold 2.9 million square feet of office space. The 58-story project will have entrances on 33rd Street, 34th Street, 10th Avenue, and Hudson Park and Boulevard, as well as direct access to the Hudson Yards 7 train station.
Finacial District-based Adamson Associates Architects applied for the permits, but Foster + Partners is handling the design.
Related closed on the final piece of its assemblage for 50 Hudson Yards a year ago. The firm paid $152.3 million for a McDonalds at the corner of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue. Last month, investment management company BlackRock signed on as the anchor tenant and leased 850,000 square feet of offices across 15 floors in a 20-year deal.
Oxford Properties Group is co-developing the tower with Related.
Elsewhere in Hudson Yards, Related is putting up an 88-story residential tower, a 51-story office tower, and a 2.6 million-square-foot, supertall office building. The firm led by Stephen Ross also completed a 52-story office project, 10 Hudson Yards, in May 2016. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed skyscraper houses several major tenants, including Coach, L’Oréal, and VaynerMedia.
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Plans on development and construction on progress, one way to all the rooms at the different height.
The glass box just never seems to get old.