Learn about its crazy projects, unsuspected feats of ingenious developments, monumental failures and resounding success. Be one of the early witness to our brand new neighborhood. Explore with us the extraordinary mind blowing technology, incredible wealth, surprising events and characters that made Hudson Yards the leading and largest private real estate development in US history.
Accompany us on a 90 min tour to discover:
It is important to arrive at the tour starting location at least 10-15 minutes prior to the start time, as we do start the tour promptly. It would be unfair for the others if we need to wait for those that are late. We cannot guarantee you’ll be able to find your tour group if you are late.
We only cancel the tour during extreme weather conditions. Otherwise the tour goes on. Please check the weather report and be prepared.
Tips are always appreciated by our guides, but never expected. They should be given if you believe your guide did an outstanding job, and further, if you as an individual want to demonstrate your appreciation to the guide for that job well done.
Meet in front of the Vessel Structure located in Hudson Yards. The closest subway stop is 34th Street-Hudson Yards Subway Station on the 7 subway line. During inclement weather, we will meet inside main entrance of the Shops of Hudson Yards which is across from the Vessel Structure. The Vessel Structure is located between 30th and 34th Streets, between 10th and 11th Avenues.
Join us as we explore a city rooted inside of a city. The Hudson Yards is Manhattan’s new unique real estate project. It is the home to 6 futuristic residential and office towers, restaurants, bars and a luxury shopping center. You can also discover The Vessel, A 150ft monumental art installation with interconnecting flights of stairs that offer new perspectives of the city from different angles and viewpoints.
Discover a hidden park in a trendy hood - The High Line, once an industrial artery of New York, now transformed into a scenic oasis high above the street. Stroll through urban meadows where train cars full of freight and cattle once roared. The High Line cuts a path not only through the city, but through history as well.
"This monument could be Manhattan’s answer to the Eiffel Tower" - Fortune magazine on the Vessel structure
Hudson Yards was once a largely vacant industrial district, which has transformed into a hotspot for high-profile companies including Amazon, JPMorgan, TimeWarner, CNN , HBO and others. Learn about the $25 billion neighborhood - the most expensive private real-state development in American history.