15 Hudson Yards has just begun to get its curves and change the Midtown skyline as the Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed residential skyscraper has reached nearly 3/4 of the way to top-off. 15 Hudson Yards will rise 917', 71-stories, along with a "culture shed," which will serve as the neighborhoods main event space. Foundation work initially began in October 2015 and has now reached the low fiftieth floors. 15 Hudson Yards is being developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group and will feature 285 condominium residences and 106 affordable housing units. Units are priced between $1.95 million to $13.845 million with sales being overseen by Jeannie Woodbrey at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group and Sherry Tobak of Related Sales. Units come in several different configurations being Plaza Residences, 1-to-3-bedroom units with views of the Hudson Yard's public square and the High Line; Loft Residences, all 2-bedroom apartments with high ceilings; Panorama Residences, 1-to-4-bedrooms; and Penthouses, which feature 3-to-4-bedroom units, with only four to a floor, that have oversized layouts, as well as upper penthouses. The 50th and 51st floors are dedicated to amenities including a 75' swimming pool, 3,500 SF fitness center, yoga studio, spa, sound-proof screening rooms, billiards, lounge, private dining rooms, wine storage, a golf simulator and the Atelier, a high-end co-working/ business center space. The building will also feature a High Line level lounge and a rooftop lounge with a fireplace, seating areas and dining space for 18 people. The tower was designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group. 15 Hudson Yards is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
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