15 Hudson Yards

New York, NY

15 Hudson Yards is the first residential building to open in Manhattan's Hudson Yards neighborhood. The 70-story, 900-foot-tall tower anchors the southeast corner of Hudson Yards East at 30th Street and 11th Avenue. Utilizing cold-bent glass to achieve its shape, 15 Hudson Yards softens the conventional expressions of glass towers, with its surface expressed as fluid and supple.

15 Hudson Yards built in New York City and designed by Rockwell Group
Lead Interior Architect: Rockwell Group | Lead Architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro

The tower morphs into a quatre leaf at the top, shaped to maximize views in all directions.

The grand two-level lobby takes advantage of soaring ceilings and brilliant walls of glass facing north, west and south, creating an inviting sun-filled space. Residents can swim laps while enjoying expansive city views on the 50th floor, entirely dedicated to wellness pursuits including 12,000 square feet of spa, salon, and fitness facilities. One floor up, the 51st floor is a gathering space with lounges, private dining suites, a club room and a state-of-the art collaborative work space. Five residence types (Plaza, Loft, Panorama, Penthouses, Duplex Penthouses) and two interior design schemes have been conceived to provide distinctive, uniquely New York homes.

Exterior Photography Credit: Timothy Schenck | Interior Photography Credit: Scott Frances

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