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A Guide To The Businesses Setting Up Shop At Hudson Yards

From tomorrow, the public will finally be able to go beyond the construction barriers at Hudson Yards, marking the official opening of the city’s newest neighborhood.

Rendering of Hudson Yards viewed from the Hudson River, looking northeast

Decades in the making, Related Cos. and Oxford Properties Group’s megadevelopment will ultimately feature 18M SF of commercial and residential space, more than 100 shops and 4,000 apartments, as well as a performing arts center and 14 acres of public green space.

Here’s a look at the businesses that have set up — or plan to set up — at the new location on Manhattan's Far West Side.

Office Tenants

10 Hudson Yards

The 1.8M SF building, reaching 895 feet, opened in 2016.

Tapestry, which owns Coach, Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade, has the largest amount of space in the building. Coach paid $530M in 2013 for a 740K SF commercial condo there, and then completed a sale-leaseback with Allianz SE in 2017.

L’Oreal: 400K SF
Boston Consulting Group: 193K SF
Guardian Life Insurance: 148K SF, a sublease from Coach
SAP: 115K SF
VaynerMedia: 88K SF
SideWalk Labs and Intersection: 67K SF
Intercept Pharmaceuticals: 49K SF (while it waits for 85K SF at 55 Hudson Yards). 


30 Hudson Yards entrance, viewed from 33rd Street and 10th Avenue

30 Hudson Yards

The 2.6M SF building reaches 1,296 feet. Featuring what will be the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, the building is due to open this year and will be the second-tallest office building in the city. Oxford and Related are each planning to take space in the building, too.

WarnerMedia: The company that owns CNN, HBO, Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. acquired a 1.4M SF office condo at the building in 2014 and is reportedly now looking to sell and lease back the unit.

KKR & Co.: Acquired a 343K SF condo in 2015
Wells Fargo: Bought a 500K SF condo in the building in 2015
DNB: 45K SF lease

50 Hudson Yards' 26th floor

50 Hudson Yards

Spanning 2.9M SF, the building is set for an opening in 2022.

BlackRock: Signed an anchor, 850K SF deal in 2016 for this tower. While it has been the subject of many rumors for other tenants, 50 Hudson Yards is still waiting for a neighbor for the private equity giant.

55 Hudson Yards

The 1.3M SF building welcomed tenants this year.

Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy: 250K SF
Boies Schiller Flexner: 100K SF
Cooley: 130K SF
Engineers Gate: 18K SF
Arosa Capital Management: 10K SF
HealthCor Management: 20K SF
MarketAxess: 83K SF
Point72 Asset Management: 175K SF
SilverLake: 56K SF
StonePeak Infrastructure Partners: 30K SF
Third Point: 89K SF
Mount Sinai Health System: 18K SF for a health center

Smaller tenants in the building include Nokota Managment and Cognizant, according to Related.

Vessel and Exterior of The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards


Starting at noon Friday, The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards will be open to the public. Along with stores and dining the center will feature culture and entertainment programming — starting with an eight-month art and design exhibition with 3D installations and murals.

Here’s the  list of who is already at — or set to come to — the 1M SF, seven-story center.

  • Neiman Marcus, the anchor tenant with 190K SF across three levels
  • Avant Gallery
  • Brooks Brothers
  • Cartier
  • Coach
  • The Conservatory
  • Cremieux
  • Dior
  • Dunhill
  • Fendi
  • Kate Spade
  • Kenzo
  • Molton Brown
  • Patek Philippe
  • Piaget
  • Rolex
  • Rudsak
  • Sally Hershberger Salon
  • Scanlan Theodore
  • Stuart Weitzman
  • Theory
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • Tod’s
  • Tory Burch
  • Tumi
Queensyard Atrium View, The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards
  • Van Cleef & Arpels
  • Vilebrequin
  • Vitra Eyewear
  • Watches of Switzerland
  • AG Jeans by Adriano Goldschmied
  • Atelier Cologne
  • B8ta
  • Batch
  • Frankie
  • CoLAB
  • Heidi Klein
  • Lovepop
  • Mack Weldon
  • Madewell
  • M.Gemi
  • Milk & Honey Babies
  • Muji
  • Rhone
  • Snark Park
  • Stance
  • Uniqlo
  • Aritiza
  • Athleta
  • Banana Republic
  • H&M
  • Jo Malone London
  • Kiehl’s
  • Lululemon
  • M.A.C. Cosmetics
  • Origins
  • Pandora
  • Sephora
  • Sundays
  • Verizon Wireless
  • 3DEN
  • The Body Shop
  • Li-Lac Chocolates
  • Micro Kickboard
  • PiQ
  • Zara
The entrance to Little Spain at Hudson Yards

Food and Beverage

Mercado Little Spain, a 35K SF Spanish food hall, featuring three restaurants, bars, individual tapas stalls and retail kiosks by renowned chef José Andres. 

TAK Room, a restaurant from Thomas Keller Restaurant Group.

Kāwi, a restaurant concept from Momofuku, along with Peach Mart — a grab-and-go business.

Fuku, a fried kitchen concept from Momofuku.

Belcampo, a restaurant and retail concept from the California-based sustainable meat company.

Estiatorio Milos, a Greek seafood restaurant.

Hudson Yards Grill.

Queensyard, a café, restaurant and bar from D&D London.

Wild ink, a restaurant and bar from London hospitality group rhubarb.

Citarella Gourmet Market with eat-in dining called “Citarella Hudson Yards”.

Zodiac Room (in Neiman Marcus).

Bar Stanley (in Neiman Marcus).

Cook & Merchants, a market with grab-and-go food, a coffee bar and a wine bar with local craft beers (in Neiman Marcus).

Teak Tearoom, a café with specialty teas and an evening tequila selection.

The Drug Store, a cocktail bar with drinks made from all-natural ingredients.

Also opening:

  • Blue Bottle Coffee
  • Bluestone Lane
  • Bouchon Bakery
  • Dylan’s Candy Bar
  • Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
  • Shake Shack
  • Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream
  • William Greenberg Desserts