- Hudson Yards , New York City 's $25 billion megadevelopment, is officially open to the public.
- The public can now visit the Vessel, a 150-foot tall, climbable sculpture in the center of Hudson Yards that cost $200 million to build.
- The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards, a luxury shopping center with stores like Louis Vuitton and Dior, are now open as well.
- I got to spend the day at Hudson Yards for its grand opening. Here's what it looks like, from the $200 million climbable sculpture to the 7-story luxury shopping center.
Hudson Yards, New York City's $25 billion megadevelopment, officially opened on March 15.
The public can now visit the brand-new neighborhood on Manhattan's West Side, which includes luxurious residential towers, a luxury shopping center with stores like Louis Vuitton and Dior, and a $200 million, 150-foot tall climbable sculpture called the Vessel.
I went to the grand opening ceremony at Hudson Yards and spent the day there. Here's what it looks like.
- The billionaire behind Hudson Yards, the most expensive real-estate development in US history, says it's 'not a neighborhood for the rich'
- I got a tour of a $14 million penthouse in NYC's new $25 billion Hudson Yards neighborhood and found that it was perfectly designed to show off its best asset
- I toured a new 92-story luxury tower in NYC's Hudson Yards, where condos start at $5 million and it was clearly designed to be so much more than just a residential building