New renderings were recently unveiled by the project team for 3 Hudson Boulevard, a long-planned skyscraper at the edge of Hudson Yards in Manhattan. While construction at the property has barely reach grade-level, Boston Properties and The Moinian Group have released new specific details surrounding the future office tower.
Designed by FXCollaborative, the building will top out at around 940 feet and comprise 1.86 million square feet. The structure boasts column-free floor plates designed to maximize fit-out flexibility, private outdoor terraces for select suites, and spectacular views of Hudson Yards, the George Washington Bridge, and the nearby waterfront.
The building is designed to accommodate two major anchor tenants, one within the podium and another within the upper levels of the tower. The podium will offer 50,000-square-foot floor plates and ceiling heights in excess of 16 feet, while the area within the tower for the second anchor will offer 35,000-square-foot floor plates. Both the podium and tower anchors will have dedicated arrival areas on the mezzanine level of the building.
The construction site occupies a full city block and is bounded by Eleventh Avenue, 34th Street, Bella Abzug Park and Hudson Boulevard, and 35th Street. Estimated construction costs hover around $3 billion. The developers have confirmed that the project is expected to debut by 2023.