Fifteen Hudson Yards is a creative haven at the heart of 28 acres of cutting-edge art, architecture and culture — uniting the best New York has to offer, in one exceptional place.
Much like the High Line at the building’s base, Fifteen Hudson Yards and the adjacent Shed, the forthcoming center for artistic invention, share the innovative design team of Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group. These creative visionaries are redefining Manhattan’s cultural coast with the highest quality residences and one of the world’s great new cultural venues.
Two of the most respected firms in architecture and design come together at Hudson Yards.
From their ateliers mere blocks from Hudson Yards, the famed design firms of Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group have formed a special partnership with incredible results. Both firms bring extraordinary talent and diverse portfolios of renowned design projects. This unique collaboration ensures holistic consideration for all aspects of the building’s design — from the grand arcs of the glass tower to the impeccable marble in each perfectly detailed bathroom.
A dramatic new addition to the Manhattan skyline.
Soaring 88 stories, Fifteen Hudson Yards rises elegantly from the Public Square and Gardens, adjacent to The Shed. The dramatic quatrefoil design forms four graceful arcs of glass designed to maximize the views of the Hudson River and the sparkling skyline of New York and beyond.
Located directly on the Public Square and Gardens at the heart of Hudson Yards, Fifteen Hudson Yards has one of the world’s most enviable and unique addresses.
At its doorstep, over 14 acres of new parks, plazas and open spaces form the center of a network of parks and green spaces that integrates Hudson Yards into the West Side’s most interesting neighborhoods.
Hudson Yards connects residents with three of New York City’s most unique and beautiful parks.
Beyond the unprecedented 14 acres of parks, plazas and playgrounds within Hudson Yards, the neighborhood is ringed by three exceptional city parks. Fifteen Hudson Yards is on the High Line, the 1.5-mile elevated park converted from a historic elevated train line, and designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Residents will also have direct access to the 500 waterfront acres of Hudson River Park with 32 miles of jogging trails and bike paths on the greenways encircling Manhattan. The first phase of Hudson Park & Boulevard spans three city blocks with tree-shaded pathways, grassy lawns, fountains and playgrounds.
Fifteen Hudson Yards is perfectly positioned on the new Public Square and Gardens, one of New York’s great new parks.
Hudson Yards has devoted half of its site to green space, creating 14 acres of new parks and plazas on the West Side. Fifteen Hudson Yards sits directly on the Public Square and Gardens, the heart of the neighborhood. Thoughtfully designed by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, the Public Square and Gardens gives residents direct access to acres of green and prime views of the Square’s year- round bloom cycle and the majestic new design piece by Heatherwick Studio.