Hudson Yards Is Changing the Face of New York's Real Estate Landscape



Hudson Yards is changing the face of New York's real estate landscape.New York has come a long way since the debut of Stuy Town in 1947. Land may be scarcer than ever, but even so, there’s a crop of mega developments sprouting up all over. Most notable is Hudson Yards, which clocks in at 28 acres on the far west side of Midtown. The office tower at 10 Hudson Yards (home to Coach and L’Oréal), the new 7 line terminus, and Hudson Park and Boulevard are already open, while an additional eight structures and another park, collectively known as the Eastern Yard, are expected to be completed in 2019. People who are thinking about living in this section’s 15 Hudson Yards (opening late 2018) or 35 Hudson Yards (2019) will be moving into a fully realized neighborhood, complete with restaurants and shops, including New York’s first outpost of Neiman Marcus. Meanwhile, the Western Yard—which will bring residences, a school, and office space to the area encompassing 30th to 33rd streets between 11th and 12th avenues—is slated to wrap up by 2025.   

Farther north along the Hudson River, between 59th and 61st streets, is Waterline Square. When finished in 2019, the five-acre plot will feature residential towers by renowned architectural firms Richard Meier & Partners, Kohn Pedersen Fox, and Viñoly, as well as a park, sports facilities, and luxury amenities. “It’s not about individual buildings, but the creation of a neighborhood,” says James Linsley, president of GID, the developer behind the project. And in 2024, the six-acre Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side will offer housing units, a medical facility, a movie theater, elevated gardens, and an underground food market. Brooklyn is also getting in on the action, with Pacific Park (23 acres), Greenpoint Landing (22 acres), and the former Domino Sugar Refinery site (11 acres) all scheduled for completion by 2025.

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A wonder of architecture and elegance, this Mediterranean-inspired vintage 1930's home is updated from stem to stern, inside and out, and described by local historians as “the most distinctive of all the homes in the Chestnut Hill area”. Character with convenience in the updated systems, newer windows and modern kitchen and baths, plus irreplicable original chestnut paneling, coffered ceilings and 18th c. fireplace in the great room. Two-story foyer graced by sweeping staircase, wrought-iron railing and cathedral doorways. High ceilings throughout, elegant dining room with FP and casement windows overlooking the Glen Gate pool and property. 5 Bedrooms and baths, including a Master Suite with great views overlooking property, fireplace and 3 closets. S Wilton neighborhood, 10 min to train.

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Located in the historic Silvermine area, just minutes to New Canaan’s picturesque downtown, this stunning 5 bedroom contemporary farm house sets the standard for understated luxury. Tastefully appointed with high end finishes throughout, it offers an open floor plan that is artistically enhanced by imported white oak flooring and carefully selected paneling. This painstakingly designed home provides the ideal flow and setting for entertaining at home.

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