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Photo by Clint Spaulding for Getty Images.
Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
Anne Hathaway.
Photo by Clint Spaulding for Getty Images.
Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
Jeff Blau, Stephen Ross, Bruce Beal and Ken Wong.
Photo by Clint Spaulding for Getty Images.
Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
View of the Vessel.
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Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
Thomas Heatherwick.Photo by Clint Spaulding for Getty Images.
Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
Diane von Furstenberg and guest.
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Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
Neiman Marcus at Hudson Yards.
Photo by Clint Spaulding for Getty Images.
Courtesy of Related Companies and Hudson Yards.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 14: A view of The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards Preview Celebration on March 14, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Clint Spaulding/Getty Images for Related)
Lifestyle

Hudson Yards Makes Its Mark on Manhattan

By Whitewall

March 20, 2019

On March 15, Hudson Yards officially opened in New York City. Developed by Related Companies, the shopping and cultural destination is the largest private real estate development in the United States. Located between 10th and 12th Avenues from West 30th to 34th Streets, the project is known as the city’s new cultural phenomenon—an expansive space aplenty with art, food, fashion, and fun.

The property—now home to an array of world-class fashion and cuisine leaders, including names like TAK Room by Thomas Keller, Fuku by David Chang, Neiman Marcus, Van Cleef & Arpels, Fendi, Forty Five Ten, and Cartier—is also anchored by architect Thomas Heatherwick’s Vessel, a walkable sculpture with 154 interconnecting flights of stairs that acts as the project’s centerpiece.

At its preview party on March 14, we joined thousands of guests to explore the new space. After traveling up and down escalators, around corners, and through shops and eateries, we made note of special guests—like Andy Cohen, Anne Hathaway, Coco Rocha, Diane von Furstenberg, Don Lemon, Elie Tahari, Gail Simmons, Karlie Kloss, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rosie Assoulin, Senator Chuck Schumer, Stacey Bendet, Vera Wang, and Related Companies executives Stephen M. Ross, Jeff T. Blau, Bruce A. Beal, Jr., Kenneth P. Wong, Kenneth A. Himmel, and L. Jay Cross—enjoying champagne and live performances by DJ Paul Sevigny, Waffle NYC, Syncopated Ladies, Caleb Teicher & Company, Industrial Rhythm, Marvillous Beats, Blackout, and Brooklyn United.

There, attendees also took in a special art exhibition entitled “HYxOFFTHEWALL,” which curated and produced by Culture Corps and featured works by Rachel Feinstein, Will Cotton, Francesco Clemente, and more.

and Related Companies executives Stephen M. RossAndy CohenAnne HathawayBlackoutBrooklyn UnitedBruce A. BealCaleb Teicher & CompanyCartierCoco RochaDavid ChangDiane von FurstenbergDJ Paul SevignyDon LemonElie TahariFendiForty Five TenFukuGail Simmonshudson yardsIndustrial RhythmJeff T. BlauJr.Karlie KlossKenneth A. HimmelKenneth P. WongLin-Manuel MirandaMaggie GyllenhaalMarvillous Beatsneiman marcusRelated CompaniesRosie AssoulinSenator Chuck SchumerStacey BendetSyncopated LadiesTAK Room by Thomas Kellerthe vesselthomas heatherwickVan Cleef & ArpelsVera WangWaffle NYC

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