Hudson Yards


Hudson Yards is a new neighborhood in West Side of Midtown Manhattan, located between 10th and 12th Avenues, from West 30th to West 34th Street. It is home of shops, offices, restaurants, bars, residences, public art and cultural institutions. There are 14 acres of public squares, gardens and the Equinox Hotel.

It takes its name from the MTA rail yard along the Hudson River. Construction on the platform began in 2014. Several skyscrapers have been completed or are under construction. It is the largest private real estate development in New York since Rockefeller Center.


Copyright © Geographic Guide - Travel New York City. Tourist Attractions.


New York City





Theater NYC


View of Hudson Yards and 520 West 28th from the high line (photo courtesy of Hudson Yards).




Hotels NYC


Skyline Hudson River



To build the first half of Hudson Yards, a 10-acre “platform” was constructed over the Eastern Rail Yard of the Long Island Rail Road. It supports more than five acres of open space, four towers, a cultural center and one million square feet of shops and restaurants. Map courtesy of Hudson Yards.


Empire State Building


Salvador Brazil




Times Square




NYC parks


Modern Buildings


Map Lower Manhattan


Chicago Riverwalk


Central Park


Fraunces Tavern


Chicago Cityscape


Parks California


30 Hudson Yards (500 West 33rd Street) viewed from Hudson River. It opened in 2019 with 103 floors and 1,296 feet tall. It is accessible via an underground connection to the No. 7 Subway station  (photo courtesy of Related Oxford).


View of Hudson Yards from the Hudson River. The Empire State Building is on the right (photo courtesy of Hudson Yards).


Skyscrapers at Hudson Yards (photo courtesy of Hudson Yards).


Shopping NYC


Map courtesy of Hudson Yards


View of Hudson Yards, looking south from the number 7 subway station, in Manhattan (photo courtesy of Hudson Yards).



21st century


NYC Skyscrapers










Hudson Yards




Rockefeller Center