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10 Hudson Yards is one of three buildings in Phase 1 of the complex and, along with the other two towers, will be exclusively for commercial tenants. According to Curbed NY, the other two buildings, 30 and 55 Hudson Yards, are also on schedule. 30 will be the project’s tallest and perhaps most anticipated tower thanks to the news of the cantilevered observation deck that may or may not make visitors “crap their pants.

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The Hudson Yards project is a collaboration between the NYC Mayor’s Office, the MTA, the Oxford Properties Group and Related. The complex is slated to bring new life to Manhattan’s west side above 33rd street by creating new commercial and residential space as well as parks, a new school, a cultural center, and a connection to the beloved High Line. In addition to Coach, L’Oreal and Sidewalk Labs have also signed on as tenants in the new space.

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