Hudson Yards, an entirely new neighborhood on Manhattan’s far west side above an active train yard, will eventually include more than 17 million feet of commercial and residential space, including five office towers, shops, restaurants, cultural spaces and public places. But how does the largest development in New York City since Rockefeller Center come to be? Mark Boekenheide, design director, Hudson Yards/Related Companies; Joel Brenner, VP Project \Management, Time Warner, Inc.; Brian Tolman, global design director, Unispace; and Marianne Kwok, director, KPF Architects, will discuss design and planning of some of the first buildings opening in 2016.
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Earlier Event: October 21Designing Tomorrow's Library
Later Event: November 4Barbara Ostrom: Curtain Up! Lecture and Book Signing