WWD | 3/1/2016

Stephen M. Ross Discusses His Vision for Hudson Yards

One hundred thirty thousand tons of steel. Sixteen skyscrapers. Twenty million square feet. Twenty-three thousand construction jobs. Twenty-eight thousand shrubs. Two concrete platforms covering 660,000 square feet. It’s difficult to get a handle on the mammoth, 28-acre, $20 billion Hudson Yards, and to imagine what it will be like with all of its components and complexities, and its impact on New York City.

The New York Times | 5/20/2016

Your Own Private Park

A half-acre private park with an outdoor playground at Carnegie Park.

Wall Street Journal | 5/15/2016

New Office-Retail Project Underway

Related and LargaVista have broken ground on an office and retail building in SoHo.

Chicago Tribune | 5/12/2016

Related Midwest Signs 62-acre Development Deal

They will develop a neighborhood linking South Loop and Chinatown.

Politico | 5/3/2016

Analysis Shows Hudson Yards’ Impact on City’s Economy

It will employ 55,752 people who will make an average of $175,000 a year.

Commercial Observer | 5/2/2016

Hudson Yards Taxes Could Finance Leg of 2nd Ave Subway

Economic study group Appleseed, examines the benefits.

Hotelie | 5/1/2016

Kenneth A. Himmel - The Place Maker

Ken Himmel discusses Hudson Yards and the inspiring privilege of being a "Place Maker."

Bloomberg Law | 4/29/2016

Milbank's New Digs to Match its Global Footprint

The firm plans in 2018 to move into a 51-story tower at 55 Hudson Yards.

New York Observer | 4/27/2016

Brand Prix

Label-dominant culture isn't limited to handbags - housing has its own brand loyalty.

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