35 Hudson Yards, a distinguished addition to Manhattan's skyline, showcases a harmonious blend of classic and modern architectural elements. Designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the building stands as a testament to innovative design, reaching 92 stories and marking it as the tallest structure within the Hudson Yards development. The interior spaces, crafted by Tony Ingrao of Ingrao Design, range from two to six bedrooms, offering expansive living areas that span from 1,500 to over 10,000 square feet. These residences are characterized by their grand scale, floor-to-ceiling windows, and the use of premium materials and finishes, including kitchens outfitted by Smallbone of Devizes and equipped with Gaggenau appliances, underscoring the commitment to luxury and quality.
35 Hudson Yards is not just a place to live but a lifestyle, providing residents with hotel-level amenities such as a state-of-the-art fitness center by Equinox, a lounge, golf simulator, library, and screening room. The building's design ensures that residents enjoy sweeping views of the Hudson River and Manhattan, further enhancing the allure of this iconic tower.
This development represents a significant milestone in the Hudson Yards project, contributing to the transformation of Manhattan’s West Side into a vibrant, sustainable, and integrated neighborhood. The collaboration between developers, architects, and designers has resulted in a space that not only offers luxurious living but also sets new standards in architectural design and urban living.