A rendering of One Hudson Yards, designed by renowned architecture firm Davis Brody Bond. (Image via onehudsonyards.com/Related)
The new luxury rental residences at One Hudson Yards at 530 West 30th Street, part of Manhattan’s largest new mixed-use development, have begun leasing for the 30-story building’s 178 apartments which range from one to three bedrooms (and one four-bedroom penthouse) according to a press release from Related Companies. The building’s architecture is by Davis Brody Bond; interiors are by Andre Kikoski, who also designed the building’s peerless collection of luxury amenities. Of particular note are extra-tall windows set into a modern curtain wall façade that offer breathtaking views of out over the Hudson River, the surrounding West Chelsea neighborhood and all of Downtown Manhattan–as well as Heatherwick Studios’ “Vessel” sculpture.
One Hudson Yards is bordered by the High Line on two sides, to the north and east, as the elevated park curves at West 30th Street. (Images via Related Rentals).
In addition to Heatherwick Studios’ aforementioned interactive design piece, the building overlooks The Shed, New York’s new Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed center for artistic invention.
Related says this collection of luxury rental residences was “built to exceed the most lavish condominium specifications.” Interiors boast chef’s kitchens with built-in Miele appliances, custom cabinetry with matte black hardware and Turkish marble countertops and backsplashes. Pricing starts at $5,095 for one-bedrooms.
Amenities include a suite of swimming pools comprised of an 82-foot pool, plunge pool, salt pool and hot tub, all complemented by a spa oasis with a sauna and steam room, and seamless connection to a state-of-the-art fitness center curated by luxury fitness powerhouse Equinox. Residents can also use a half-court basketball court, a bowling alley and a game lounge; the little ones can enjoy a Roto-designed children’s playroom with a custom climbing gym.
A fifth-floor sun and barbecue terrace overlooks the High Line, and the penthouse level gets its own two lounges, each with a full-service kitchen, dining area and landscaped terrace with barbecues.
The building offers onsite parking, personal storage and bicycle storage, pet grooming and daycare, move-in coordination services, MasterCard credit card rent payment, in-home package delivery and more. One Hudson Yards is also targeting LEED Gold Certification. Visit CityRealty for more information on One Hudson Yards.
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