A New Neighborhood, from the Ground Up

The recent groundbreaking of the Hudson Yards project will usher in five years of construction that will extend the High Line to West 34th Street, build platforms over the rail yards, construct massive commercial and residential high-rise towers and provide public spaces and a K-8 school for new residents.

May 2010: Oxford Properties Group partners with Related, signs contract with MTA for development right of 13 million square feet at Hudson Yards

Dec. 4, 2012: Break ground on Hudson yards

Dec. 4, 2012: Break ground on Hudson yards

Jan. 14, 2013: Break ground on Manhattan West — building platform

August 2013: Superstructure of South Tower completed

2014: Platform over rail yards to be completed

 Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties


Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties

2014: Groundbreaking on Tower D, 80/20 housing

2014: Construction on Hudson Yards North Tower to begin

Image by James Corner Field Operations / Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Courtesy Friends of the High Line

Image by James Corner Field Operations / Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Courtesy Friends of the High Line

2014: High Line Section 2 to 34th Street, including interim walkway

Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties

Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties

2015: Hudson Yards South Tower completed

2016: Manhattan West open to tenants

2016: Tower D completed, with 80/20 affordable housing

2017: Culture Shed public area  to be completed

2016: Entire Eastern Rail Yards completed

2017: Western Yards construction begins

Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties

Courtesy of Related Companies and Oxford Properties

2024: Entire Hudson Yards project completed

 

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