Renderings Revealed for Tishman Speyer’s 99 Hudson Boulevard, in Midtown

99 Hudson Boulevard. Designed by Henning Larsen Architects and developed by Tishman Speyer.

Developer Tishman Speyer has released renderings for 99 Hudson Boulevard, a 44-story office building at Hudson Yards. The site sits along 11th Avenue between West 36th Street and West 37th Street. Tishman had to first buy two adjacent lots, 444 11th Avenue and 550 West 37th Street. The proposed 1.3-million-square-foot structure is the company’s second office project in the area after 66 Hudson Boulevard, aka The Spiral, which sits diagonally across from Bella Abzug Park.

Rendering of 99 Hudson Boulevard and one of the exterior terraces. The building will be designed by Henning Larsen Architects and developed by Tishman Speyer.

The new property will be designed by Henning Larsen Architect with floor plates ranging from 50,000 square feet in the base to 22,400 square feet in the main bulk of the tower. Renderings show the high-rise will feature a distinctive design that breaks from the simple glass box style of the new neighborhood. There will be a range of landscaped outdoor terraces on multiple parts of the building that will give future tenants the ability to step out for fresh air and enjoy the views of Midtown and the Hudson River. Amenities will also include large atriums and an auditorium.

The building will rise next to the corner site of 450 Eleventh Avenue, an upcoming 487-foot-tall hotel designed by DSM Design Group and developed by Marx Development Group. The closest subway is the 7 train, located between 50 Hudson Yards and 55 Hudson Yards.

A completion date for 99 Hudson Boulevard has not been announced yet.

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5 Comments on "Renderings Revealed for Tishman Speyer’s 99 Hudson Boulevard, in Midtown"

  1. More boxy, offset boxes. Why architects think this is still cool anymore?

  2. At least it breaks up the insufferable glassy slickness that is Hudson Yards. (Fortunately much of that will be hidden as Phase 2 & surrounding areas develop). HY today is an already-dated-looking tone deaf development.

  3. I can’t unsee the duck when I look at Hudson Yards anymore.

  4. This not an original Hudson Yards complex, but it’s Hudson Yards “neighborhood”, so this is a third office tower there in HY “neighborhood”, and second one for Tishman Speyer, btw in 2007-2009 Tishman Speyer was original developer of Hudson Yards “complex”, but due GR it was step down from this project and Related with Oxford financial support bought Hudson Yards “complex” site in 2010. Tishman Speyer then spent whooping $440 million for just a lot where 66 Hudson Blvd Spiral Tower is constructing now. Also they gave $25 million to last tenant to vacate that lot. I hope they paid much less(than $465 million) for 99 Hudson Blvd lot.

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