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Distinguished by its height and striking silhouette, 30 Hudson Yards will upon completion take its place among the iconic buildings that define New York City¡¯s skyline.
For New York City¡¯s newest landmark, Otis is supplying the vertical transportation system: 72 elevators and escalators, including 63 elevators, 52 equipped with our CompassPlus? intelligent dispatching system to get people where they¡¯re going faster. The building will also be equipped with nine sleek, energy-efficient NCE? escalators.
A soaring glass trapezoid tilted toward the Hudson River, 30 Hudson Yards anchors Hudson Yards, a 28-acre ¡°city within a city¡± being built over an active rail yard on Manhattan¡¯s Far West Side. The project is described as the largest private real estate development in U.S. history and New York City¡¯s largest development since Rockefeller Center.
Taller than the Empire State Building by 46 ft, the tower will feature one of the city¡¯s most dramatic observation decks, a cantilevered open-air platform at the 88th floor.
Unlike most buildings in the complex, 30 Hudson Yards will be devoted primarily to office space. Developers say on-site energy generation and other sustainable design elements will increase energy efficiency by around 30 percent compared to the average New York City building.
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Its developers envision Hudson Yards as a thriving urban centre that includes residential and office buildings, retail space and parks. Upon completion in 2025, an estimated 125,000 people a day are expected to pass through the 28-acre development.
In designing 30 Hudson Yards, the architects say they wanted to give a nod to the area¡¯s industrial past while affirming New York¡¯s continued leadership in global urbanism.
Rising from a shared podium, 10 and 30 Hudson Yards have a mirrored relationship; they gently taper away from each other, creating a v in the negative space between them.
¡°The two towers tilt in opposing directions in a purposeful dialogue. One tower defers to the city, and the other pays homage to the Hudson River.¡± ¨C Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, architects
The office tower features column-free floor plans and floor-to-ceiling glass to ensure unimpeded views.
Time Warner Inc. will occupy nearly 60 percent of the building¡¯s 2.6 million square feet, bringing the company¡¯s CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting System and Warner Bros. entities under one roof for the first time. Other occupants will include the private equity firm KKR and Wells Fargo Securities.
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Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates