NYC’s next superblock: Development goes into overdrive along far West 29th Street

Posted On Wed, November 16, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, November 16, 2016 By In Architecture, Chelsea, Features, hudson yards, New Developments

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It is not often that a single block stands out in a city like New York. But a huge transformation is occurring at the junction of 29th Street. West 29th Street, in between 10th and 11th avenues, is the transition point between three neighborhoods: West Chelsea, Hudson Yards and the Far West Side. The massive changes on West 29th Street are due to the West Chelsea zoning regulations developed in 2005. Foreseeing the seismic Hudson Yards development, Mayor Bloomberg changed the zoning status to allow for more flexible residential and commercial development to ease the transition from West Chelsea to Hudson Yards and the High Line (the zoning area is bounded by Tenth and Eleventh Avenues from West 30th Street south to West 16th Street). Ahead is a closer look at the more than handful of new developments transforming this block.

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