About the building
50 Hudson Yards has 58 floors above ground and a total floor area of almost three million square feet. In addition to having close access to various means of transportation, including direct underground connection to New York City’s 34th Street-Hudson Yards subway station, the property is in a rare location where workers will have a perfect view of the parks across the front entrance side and Midtown across the east side. The cutting-edge amenities, designed and planned with workers in mind, is also what makes this property attractive, with an art piece by New York’s modern artist Frank Stella, intended to become the new symbol of Hudson Yards, exhibited in the western lobby, restaurants including a popular bagel shop expected to move-in to the low-level floors, and the Sky Lobby, equipped with conference rooms and other amenity spaces. Porte-cochere and parking spaces, rare in Manhattan, are also available.
The building also plans to seek LEED GOLD certification, through the implementation several advanced environmental utilities such as the use of Low-E glasses and high-performance air conditioning.
This property is a joint venture with Related Companies ("Related"), one of the United States’ leading developers, and Oxford Properties Group ("Oxford"), a real estate investment firm and a developer in Canada, both of which also lead the master development of Hudson Yards.