Tishman Speyer Moves Forward with 64-Story Hudson Yards Office Tower at 66 Hudson Boulevard

Rendering of 66 Hudson Boulevard. Credit: BIG/Tishman Speyer.
Comments (7)
  1. Evelyn Tully Costa says:

    If the landscaped spirals were repeated at least 12 more times the building would be a HUGE visual relief.

  2. Monath says:

    So the renderings do not show the 40′ mechanical bulkhead at the top? I would like to see how that is intergrated.

  3. Cheramie says:

    Why is Tishman being awarded a 25 year property tax exemption worth 170 million dollars? There is no shortage of office or commercial space in NYC! Wealthy developers should not be given tax incentives to build towers in an overcrowded city.

  4. David says:

    Whatever (design) into tower on 64-story, there is a total amount of progress.

  5. Frank says:

    This is the first provocative and interesting building amongst all the glassy, cliche-ed drek proposed for Hudson Yards. Still far too much glass here as well but relieved by the snaking terraced gardens.

  6. wright Gregson says:

    who ever does the plantings on this building had better know what he or she is doing!!!! the wind will wreak havoc and maybe even uproot some of the material and rain it down on the streets below.

  7. Arch Fan says:

    check out Libeskind’s “Garden Tower” and Roger Ferri’s “A Garden Skyscraper” BIG’s design is derivative of both…..

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