Perfectly Positioned on the High Line with Sweeping Views of the Hudson River, Hudson Yards Parks, Heatherwick Studios’ Vessel and Downtown Manhattan, you’ll find the new One Hudson Yards.

Downtown Magazine is excited to share Related Rentals announcement, the launch of leasing at One Hudson Yards, a collection of high-design luxury rental residences with a curated collection of art, wellness and lifestyle amenities and services.

Built to exceed the most lavish condominium specifications, the 33-story building features bold architecture by Davis Brody Bond, with layouts by Executive Architect Ismael Leyva Architects, and rich interiors by the award-winning Andre Kikoski that were custom designed to meet the needs of sophisticated and discerning New Yorkers.

“One Hudson Yards was curated for those who seek an elevated sense of living. Each apartment has been meticulously designed with thoughtful details and materials sourced from around the world to create a compelling offering for sophisticated renters,” said Benjamin Joseph, Executive Vice President at Related Companies.

“The building provides a comprehensive lifestyle experience with best-in-class amenities and a prime location on the High Line at Hudson Yards – the new epicenter of cutting-edge architecture, culture, shopping, dining, and parks,” he added.

The sleek stone and glass building overlooks Heatherwick Studio’s interactive design piece Vessel and The Shed, New York’s new center for artistic invention designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group.

One Hudson Yards comprises 178 apartments that range from one- to three-bedrooms with one four-bedroom home on the penthouse level. Each apartment is generously laid out with 10-foot ceilings, wide-plank grey oak floors, and extra-tall windows in a modern curtain wall façade that reveal breathtaking views of Hudson Yards, the Hudson River, West Chelsea and Downtown Manhattan.

To us, luxury is emotional, not transactional, and we are thrilled to create a very tailored environment for the exceptional individuals who will live in this building,” explained Andre Kikoski.

The residences at One Hudson Yards feature the highest quality interiors found in a rental property. Rich details evoke a sense of contemporary splendor – chef’s kitchens showcase built-in Miele appliances, including vented range hoods and wine coolers, custom cabinetry with matte black hardware and Turkish marble countertops and backsplashes designed by Kikoski himself.

“One Hudson Yards is the culmination of several years of intense design investigation leading to an unprecedented residential tower built with emerging technologies and advanced material applications,” said Steven M. Davis, Partner at Davis Brody Bond.

“Sited along the vibrant and bustling High Line, and directly across from Vessel and The Shed, we used an updated stone and glass vocabulary to create a gateway between traditional Chelsea and the glass buildings at Hudson Yards. The building’s crown features a dynamic dichroic glazing that will establish One Hudson Yards as a literal beacon at the southern entrance of the Hudson Yards Public Square & Gardens.”

“One Hudson Yards is ideal for renters who have the means to buy but choose to lease the luxury lifestyle,” he added.

Building Amenities

The building’s amenities were also designed by Andre Kikoski Architect with a painstaking attention to detail that is understood the moment you step inside. Resplendent materials and unique textures define the grand lobby, where the walls are finished with shimmering bronze in a custom cast made by pouring molten metal over crumpled sheets of linen to create a one-of-a-kind organic form. This same process was used to create artist Michele Francois’s bronze sculpture “Instant Gratification,” which hangs behind the concierge desk. Amenities are truly an extension of the home and afford exclusive environments for relaxation, entertainment, and wellness.

The lower level features a suite of swimming pools comprised of an 82-foot pool, plunge pool, salt pool and hot tub, all complemented by a spa oasis with a sauna and steam room, and seamless connection to a state-of-the-art fitness center curated by Equinox®.  Residents of all ages will find opportunities for fun and recreation at One Hudson Yards, from the half-court basketball court to the bowling alley and game lounge, which is replete with a pool table, foosball and shuffle board, in addition to a colorful Roto designed children’s playroom with a custom climbing gym.

The building offers a smoke-free living environment, with a fresh air supply, as well as onsite parking, personal storage, and bicycle storage, lifestyle enhancements include pet grooming and daycare provided by Dog City® and RelatedStyle Services® – a suite of rewards and services which include move-in coordination, MasterCard credit card rent payment, easy transfers within the Related Rentals portfolio, in-home package delivery and the opportunity to indulge in Related’s Partner Offer program which offers exclusive benefits including memberships with Equinox® Fitness and Citibike®.

Neighborhood

Residents will also receive exclusive benefits within Hudson Yards, the brand new neighborhood transforming Manhattan’s West Side that will be home to 100 shops and restaurants, including New York City’s first Neiman Marcus, and 25 dining concepts, including signature restaurants by Chefs and Restaurateurs Thomas Keller, José Andrés, Costas Spiliadis, D&D London, David Chang and Juan Santa Cruz; 14 acres of public open space; world-class corporate headquarters; and an Equinox® luxury hotel, flagship Equinox and SoulCycle® all located at the place where three of the city’s most dynamic parks  – the High Line, Hudson River Park, and Hudson Park & Boulevard – converge.

Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in United States history. Because of the building’s location on West 30th Street, One Hudson Yards is the nexus of Hudson Yards and Manhattan’s burgeoning Cultural Coast, extending from The Shed to the new Whitney Museum to the south and 350 art galleries in between.

Manhattan living just got a lot better with Related’s One Hudson Yards!

Photos courtesy of Related

 

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