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Holiday 2022 edition

Meaningful Amenities

Retail Therapy
Rejoice, all you fashion hounds and clotheshorses! The Shops at Hudson Yards is four floors of nearly 80 retailers offering a variety of shopping experiences, pop-up giveaways, sampling and product showcases.
New to Hudson Yards
Fashion never stands still and neither do we. Check out the latest additions to The Shops.
Whether you're shopping for moms, dads, best friends or significant others, the Hudson Yards Gift Guide has you covered. Take a glimpse inside for the season's top picks.
Day-to-Night Dining
A delectable fantasy is being served up at Hudson Yards. Cafés, fast-casual choices, and elegant eateries. Local purveyors and international markets. It’s all here—at The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards and around the campus.
New to Hudson Yards
Check out the newest addition to our restaurant line up and prepare to fill your plate.
Elevated comfort food, music, art & beer brewed on-site
Need help with a restaurant reservation? The Hudson Yards Brand Ambassadors can get you a table. Not sure what you're in the mood for? They make recommendations too. Help is standing by for employees of 10 Hudson Yards, 30 Hudson Yards and 55 Hudson Yards.
Great Days Start Outside
YardWork, is an outdoor workspace for up to 28 located just outside of 10 Hudson Yards. Reserve conference table swing sets and 2-4 seat Japanese-inspired pods with sound buffering walls for privacy and shade. With high-speed Wi-Fi and charging stations, of course.
Currently Closed
In the heart of Hudson Yards is Vessel, the extraordinary landmark imagined by Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio.
Comprised of 154 interconnected flights of stairs and 80 landings, the complex architectural framework of copper and steel provides a spectacular reflection point from any angle.
Access to Vessel's ground-level base is free and open to the public Monday through Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 11am-7pm, with no reservation required.
Let’s soar
Edge is the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere located at 30 Hudson Yards, with a one-of-a-kind design. It’s suspended in mid-air, giving you the feeling of floating in the sky with 360-degree views you can’t get anywhere else. Look 100 stories down from the thrilling glass floor and lean out over the city on angled glass walls. You’ve never experienced New York like this before.
And to top it off, Hudson Yards employees receive discounted tickets to it all.
City Climb is the highest open-air building ascent in the world. Climbers scale the outside of a skyscraper more than 1,200 feet above the ground, then lean out and look down from the highest outdoor platform in New York City. It’s an adventure unlike any other in the world and an achievement that you will remember for the rest of your life.
Toast the View
Grab a quick bite or a glass of bubbly at the Edge Champagne bar. Or take your dining experience to new heights at Peak Restaurant and Lounge, located on the 101st floor.
Live Better
Our luxury condominiums and residential rental buildings—both at Hudson Yards and right nearby—are designed to meet your every need, from the perfect location to rare urban amenities. Experience luxurious interiors, unique amenities, and special programming through Related Life.
15 Hudson Yards
Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group, Fifteen Hudson Yards’ 88-story tower features an elegant silhouette, formed by four graceful arcs of glass, located on the High Line and adjacent to The Shed.
35 Hudson Yards
This exceptional limestone tower designed by David Childs/SOM with interiors by Tony Ingrao rises 92 stories - offering panoramic views of the city. 35 Hudson Yards is home to 143 residences, private amenities, a world-class Equinox Hotel®, Club and Spa.
Abington House
Abington House boasts luxury rental apartments in the heart of West Chelsea - New York’s next great neighborhood that lies at the city’s core.
One Hudson Yards
Along the celebrated High Line and just steps from West Chelsea and Hudson River Park, One Hudson Yards, offers prime access to Hudson Yards, where residents enjoy the personalized five-star service that Related Rentals is known for.
A new category of thoughtfully-curated residences for seniors who seek upscale surroundings and exclusive experiences to enhance daily life.
The set
Fully-furnished and fully-serviced with flexible lease terms, The Set blurs the line between a five-star hotel and luxury residential experience.
Stay Where High-Performance Lives
Equinox Hotels is for those who rest and play as hard as they work. Power up in the Equinox Club, take a dip in the outdoor pool, and wind down with regenerating Spa rituals before ending your night at the spectacular rooftop terrace at Electric Lemon Restaurant + Bar.
The Room
Each guest room has minimum 400 square feet of space with medical grade filtered air, organic mattress and pillows by COCO-MAT, and New York City skyline views. Designed to meet every need, the proprietary sleep system ensures that every night is a dream come true, leaving you primed to perform in ways you never thought possible.
The Club and Spa
As part of your stay you'll have complimentary access to the 60,000 square foot flagship Equinox Fitness Club which features expansive strength + cardio floors overlooking the Hudson River as well as Personal Training and Private Pilates sessions, upon request.
The immersive Spa features a menu of always-evolving treatments – from the indulgent and pampering massages and facials to techno-therapies designed to enhance your health and performance.
The Restaurant
An outdoor space unlike any other in the city, Electric Lemon’s terrace restaurant and bar, complete with views of the Hudson River and city skyline, delivers the ultimate rooftop experience.
The Public Square and GARDENS
The Public Square and Gardens is more than just five acres of gardens and greenery filled with more than 28,000 plants and 200 trees — it's the smartest park ever built.
the highline
Built on a historic, elevated rail line, the High Line is more than a 1.45-mile-long linear park. You can walk through gardens, view art, experience a performance, savor delicious food, or connect with friends and neighbors—all while enjoying a unique perspective of New York City.
hudson river park
The nation's longest riverside park stretches for 4 miles right next door to Hudson Yards. Don't miss the newly opened Little Island, a new, free public park pier and unique green space unlike any other in New York City.
bella abzug park
This six-block-long greenway, connecting directly to The Public Square and Gardens, includes a play area for children with a rope climbing feature, several sitting areas, and small plazas, and the 34th Street–Hudson Yards subway station.
A full slate of events takes place right outside the Hudson Yards offices all year long in the Public Square and Gardens.
Art envelopes Hudson Yards from ongoing exhibits to permanent installations to live performance, providing a mental respite as well as opportunities for local and emerging artists. Here’s where to go when you need to clear your head.
Off The Wall local artists depict the past, present, and future of Hudson Yards for this ongoing exhibit on view throughout the The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards and in the Public Square and Gardens. Our collection of art and installations is always growing and changing.
High Line Nine Galleries
A dynamic destination to peruse revolving exhibitions of fine art and experience free weekly artistic and educational programming —from open artist studios to performances by the city’s top musicians.
At 10 Hudson Yards
Jonathan Borofsky’s polycarbonate interlocking figures entitled, Human Sculptures and the Light of Consciousness, is on display in the west lobby. Thomas Heatherwick’s Spun, an exploration into “whether the process of metal spinning could be used to create something to sit on” resulted in this rotating rocker. Go ahead, take a load off.
At 30 Hudson Yards
Jaume Plensa’s Voices site-specific installation includes suspended steel spheres—weighing from 400 pounds to more than 5,000—and mixed elements like stainless steel lettering.
At 50 Hudson Yards
Frank Stella’s stacked stars of painted steel, aluminum, and fiberglass and a second multicolor, hanging installation will grace the lobby, when the building opens in 2022.
At 55 Hudson Yards
Financier Steven Cohen’s lauded art collection includes works by Richard Prince, de Kooning, Warhol, Picasso and Pollock, among others, and some of them rotate through the lobby.
Avant Gallery
A 6,000-square-foot gallery space on Level 4 of The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards features works by Skyler Grey, Tim Tadder, BNS and more.
New York’s only transformable multi-arts center marries technological innovation and artistic experimentation in a unique year-round cultural feast. Adjacent to 15 Hudson Yards and bordering the Public Square and Gardens, The Shed brings formative performers—from Bjork to Boots Riley—and pioneering installations from across the globe to your backyard. The building, too, is a star in its own right, with a shell that moves to respond to artist and audience needs.
From on-site childcare to a wide-range of family-focused events to family-friendly dining options, Hudson Yards is keeping sight of the important things.
Located on Level 2 of The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, Camp is an interactive play space for young families, including rotating themed experiences, an activity theater, a café and programming for kids. Come play!

Here Comes Santa! From December 5th-9th & 12th-16th, visit The Shops & Restaurants on Level 4 and take a photo with the jolly one. No reservations are required.