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Hudson Yards Redraws New York Skyline
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15 Mar 2019 11:10 AM EST

Hudson Yards, a $25 billion complex of skyscrapers, shops and attractions reshaping the skyline on Manhattan’s far west side, is throwing a coming-out party on Friday. The development has reimagined a neighborhood once dominated by rundown industrial buildings and auto repair shops. The project, which is more than half finished, includes 100 stores, 25 restaurants and a planned 4,000 residential units, in addition to 10.4 million sq feet of office space. Tenants include luxury retailers Neiman Marcus, gourmet markets and world-class chefs such as Thomas Keller. The project is not without its critics, who have called it too glitzy, too commercial and too much a slap in the face to the city’s lower-income residents.

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