Hudson Yards

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Hudson Yards is a geographical area on the Far West Side of Manhattan, New York City, and may refer to the following:

Parks[edit]

  • High Line, a park that took up the place of an abandoned elevated rail line that runs under 10 Hudson Yards and wraps around the western portion of the Hudson Yards development
  • Hudson Park and Boulevard, a project that includes the park officially known as Bella Abzug Park, a park within the Hudson Yards neighborhood that spans 3 blocks and also includes a pair of streets

Properties[edit]

Hudson Yards may refer to the following buildings included in the Related Development:

It may also refer to:

  • 3 Hudson Boulevard, a building developed by Joseph Moinian outside the Hudson Yards development itself but within the Hudson Yards neighborhood
  • Manhattan West, another large-scale development area by Brookfield Properties east of the Hudson Yards development project that takes place over an existing rail yard, but has no relation to the project by Related and Oxford
  • The Spiral, a building developed by Tishman Speyer within the Hudson Yards neighborhood but is unrelated to the project by Related and Oxford

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