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Fifty Hudson Yards celebrates ribbon cutting in NYC


On October 19th, Fifty Hudson Yards opened its doors. Related Companies, Mitsui Fudosan America and Oxford Properties Group celebrated the day, joined by New York City Mayor Eric Adams, community members as well as the leading financial and technology companies that will soon call the building home. Designed by Foster + Partners and with interiors created in collaboration with Tony Ingrao, Fifty Hudson Yards stands as the city's fourth-largest and the neighborhood's largest commercial office building by square footage. The LEED Gold-anticipated office tower presents luxury office space with high-end amenities, including a two-level lobby featuring two bespoke abstract sculptures by Frank Stella, column-free floorplates, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows revealing expansive city and river views. From a hand-carved Italian granite façade to a two-level lobby featuring two large-scale original sculptures by abstract artist Frank Stella, the office tower integrates striking modern finishes with all the state-of-the-art features that tenants seek, such as column-free floorplates, direct connection to the No. 7 subway, a private bar and lounge and a communal amenity space on the 32nd floor that is reservable for events. Directed by the building's hospitality-inspired concierge service, Upstairs at Fifty Hudson Yards presents an additional sky-high amenity space that introduces a new paradigm for office benefits. A suite of exclusive building services include Blade priority airport transfers, membership to the Classic Car Club Manhattan, private porte-cochère, executive valet parking, childcare services from Vivvi and more.

Related is proud of our teams' tireless work to permanently transform the city's skyline, and we to look forward to welcoming tenants to the West Side neighborhood later this year.