Hudson Yards is comprised of more than 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space.
- Related Companies & Oxford Properties Group
- Interior Design
- Tony Ingrao
- 15 Hudson Yards – 284 Luxury Condominiums – Kitchen & Baths
- 35 Hudson Yards Residences – 140 Luxury Condominiums – Kitchen & Baths
- 35 Hudson Yards Hotel (Equinox) – 220 Luxor Hotel Suites.- All Baths and Floor Common Areas
- Date Completed
The largest development in New York City since the Rockefeller Center
The Hudson Yards development is one of the biggest real estate projects in the history of the United States, and is the largest development in New York City since the Rockefeller Center. Hudson Yards includes more than 18 million square feet of commercial and residential space, state-of-the-art office towers, more than 100 shops including New York’s first Neiman Marcus, and a collection of restaurants curated by Chef Thomas Keller. The monumental development also includes approximately 4,000 residences, and the Equinox Hotel with more than 200 rooms.
Samfet provided marble, stone, and tile in all of the public retail spaces and bathrooms, in all the kitchens and bathrooms of the Equinox Hotel, and in all of the residential kitchens, bathrooms, and floor corridors. We’re proud to say that this impressive project has been a huge success, and represents some of our finest contemporary work.
The Hudson Yards project has garnered an impressive amount of press coverage, and it’s easy to see why. Situated in an area roughly bound by 30th Street to the south, 41st street to the north, 11th Avenue to the west, and Eighth Avenue in the east, Hudson Yards is expected to inject even more life into Manhattan’s west side neighborhood.
Construction started in 2012 with the groundbreaking for 10 Hudson Yards, and the first phase opened in spring 2019. Both phases are projected to be complete by 2024. The Hudson Yards complex consists of several buildings including: 35 Hudson Yards, 15 Hudson Yards, Hudson Yards Retail Mall, and more.
The retail mall at Hudson Yards, now open, promises tourists and locals a superior shopping experience.
The retail mall at Hudson Yards, now open, promises tourists and locals a superior shopping experience. At 1 million square feet, there’s no shortage of both designer boutiques and mass market retailers. From upscale dining to a massive Neiman Marcus, it’s safe to say that Hudson Yards is a veritable Disneyland for adults looking to spend money and have a good time.
The complex has been associated with dozens of superlatives, from ostentacious to glitzy and luxurious. The official opening could only be described as a flashy affair, complete with celebrities, social media influencers, and a Liza Minnelli performance of “New York, New York” inside the enormous Neiman Marcus. What is perhaps less talked about, is the intricate design, impressive architecture by Kohn Pedersen Fox, and the hard work that went into building this project of historic proportions.
Samfet’s teams were integral to the Hudson Yards retail mall, as they provided all the stone and marble in every single public space and bathroom. Samfet is largely responsible for the handsome dark gray stone exterior, which is made up of hand-set stone cladding.
Samfet’s teams were integral to the Hudson Yards retail mall in every single public space and bathroom.
A mixed-use tower with world-class amenities and impressive design.
In 35 Hudson Yards, a mixed-use tower where the residences star on the 53rd floor, residents and guests can enjoy world-class amenities and impressive design. The tower comprises 143 private condos, an Equinox fitness club and spa, office space, and retail on the ground floor. The building is clad in limestone and glass, and the luxurious interiors were built with utmost attention to detail. In the hotel, all guest room and hotel level corridors feature marble and stone by Samfet. In the residences, all kitchen, bath, and residential floor corridors feature work by Samfet.
Samfet was responsible for the marble and stone work in the guest rooms and hotel level corridors, as well as all the residential floor corridors, kitchens, and bathrooms.
The 88-story Hudson Yards tower stands out with its dramatic architecture.
The 88-story Fifteen Hudson Yards tower stands out among the other buildings in the development due to its dramatic architecture. Samfet sourced the handsome marble in the kitchens, master baths, secondary baths and powder rooms. Residents can enjoy polished Italian Michelangelo marble countertops and kitchen island, or Grigio Trambiserra marble countertops and island. The master bathrooms feature floating stone vanity with double sink and walls using polished Estremoz or Blue De Savoie stone. The powder rooms are equally beautiful with polished Nordic Bronze quartzite floors and vanity walls.