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    Megaproject Breathes New Life Into Hudson Yards Real Estate

    The once office-only tower in Hudson Yards has expanded to include a plethora of new projects that range from new office space, apartments and mixed use properties. Below are a few of the most notable projects among the redevelopment effort. This new project is sure to bring a renewed vitality to the area and an attraction to new visitors. 

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    15 Hudson Yards is a collaboration between Diller Scofido and Renfro as the lead architects. The project houses 285 condos complete with an extensive list of amenities such as a 75 ft swimming pool and a rooftop lounge. The project also includes 100 affordable apartments. 

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    30 Hudson Yards is also a part of the new development action in Hudson Yards, but this time adding to the office supply of the area. This megaproject is one of the tallest towers in Hudson Yards and will be home to companies like HBO, Time Warner and CNN. The development has been underway for years and tenants are now ready to move in. 

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    The building at 393 West End Ave on the Upper Westside is among one of the newest luxurious apartments in New York City. After having shifted ownership for a few years, the project has finally settled. It will be the last rental-to-condo conversion the city will have for the foreseeable future. 

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    The Cortland on 555 W 22nd St in Manhattan is one of the latest, swankiest apartment complexes complete with all the luxury amenities expected in today’s age such as a 75-foot pool, huge children’s playroom and many more. The building is brand new and should begin receiving tenants this fall.

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