Hudson Yards is fast on the rise. After Related Companies Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group-designed 15 Hudson Yards topped out in March at 900' and KPF-designed 35 Hudson Yards topping out at 1,009 SF, the New York-based developer has now officially topped out their 2nd adjacent supertall 30 Hudson Yards at 1,296'. The 90-story supertall tower is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and will feature an iconic 1,100' observation deck open to the public which will be the highest observation deck in New York and 5th highest in the world.
30 Hudson Yards is located at 33rd Street and 10th Avenue with 2,600,000 SF of total development. The project will feature mostly office space and will become the new headquarters for Time Warner, who will occupy the entire building below the 38th floor. Other notable tenants include KKR, DNB and Wells Fargo Securities. 30 Hudson Yards also features over 10,000 SF of public space including restaurants and retail. The supertall tower will have a slew of amenities spread over 10,000 SF open to the public including restaurants and retail. On the top 2 floors of the tower there will be an observation deck as well as a bar, restaurant, and event space. Other public spaces include a 5th floor restaurant. 30 Hudson yards is expected to open in 2019. In December 2017 Related Companies announced that the London-based hospitality firm Rhubarb would take over operations for the public spaces at 30 Hudson Yards.