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Still a work in progress, some of the buildings completed, and some underway. Some extraordinary architecture and some banal. The city is expanding. I do not like the emphasis on the shopping mall which could be anywhere.
First of all, we were there on a cloudy day, so we missed the opportunity to ascend the Vessel- this probably would have made for a more positive experience. The shopping is mostly high priced and high-end options, although there is a Sephora, H&M, and...More
Ordered a “Chicken Club Sandwich” see photo, I got a chicken breast on a bun. It came with some slaw, a slice of tomato, a pickle and some avocado on the bun. The lettuce was a disgrace.
It was 1.30 and I was in need...More
We visited on a Tuesday morning when it wasn't so crowded and found this to be an excellent picture taking location. The Vessel is a 7 story stair structure covered in Copper and Glass. It was fun, there are a number of high end designer...More
Very nice Tower sculpture. A lot better view for sunset. Its a free entrance but you have to to reservation in advance going to the web page. The mall has an amazing interior design and decoration . Something interesting for all ages . The art...More
This shopping mall is just a mess. There are restaurants everywhere but you can never find what you want. escalators in odd places so you can't just go straight up or down. The shops are mostly very upmarket, nothing you an't find in Europe.
Hudson Yards is definitely for the well heeled with a smattering of the normal chain stores such as Zara,H&M,and Uniglo. Think Chanel, Tiffany’s and Tumi. The food establishments were mainly upscale too though there were quite a few other choices that were scattered all over...More