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Hudson Yards is New York’s newest neighborhood and home to more than 100 diverse shops and culinary experiences, offices for leaders in industry, significant public art and dynamic cultural institutions including The Shed, modern residences, 14...more
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The new development of amazing stores for shopping at all levels and the choice of wide variety of restaurants ( including one of my favorites MILOS ) and of course the Vessal to be climbed and of course the Shed an experience of Art and...More
If your trip to New York isn't complete without spending a few hours in a high-end shopping mall, then Hudson Yards is the place for you. Shall we start at Cartier, or Van Cleef & Arpel? Rolex or Patek Philippe? So many choices, yet so...More
We made a reservation in advance & climbed the Vessel - amazing views, amazing structure. Along the Hudson River. Subway line is close by. New shopping center is very upscale. Lunch at Citarella - delicious.
It is definitely worth taking a trip to Hudson Yards to check out the latest billionaires playground. What I find amazing is that it almost appears out of context with the surrounding community. It is almost like finding a Lamborghini parked in a ghetto. The...More
To get there I normally take the high line'
The High Line's southern entrance is on West 14th Street at the new Whitney Museum. The trail runs north through Chelsea for a mile and a half, through the densest part of the gallery district, and...More
If you like high-end malls, this is the place for you. Yes, you can get into The Vessel via a free ticket (for an assigned time) and catch some views of the Hudson and New Jersey. (But beware seniors and disabled folks: the elevator only...More
Most of Hudson Yards is built on a platform above the Long Island Railroad yards feeding Penn Station. Architecturally it is breathtaking in its array of buildings, with the walking “sculpture” in the middle.
Had a couple of great adult beverages at Bar Stanley from shopping at Neiman Marcus.
A great seat over looking the “The Vessel” and we were waited on by CAROLENA who was awesome, amazing, and on top of her game on her service. A great...More