Love where you live! Live in Hudson Yards
New York City.
I love our neighborhood and our building at 505 West 37 Street. Jason, Radar and I have lived in our apartment for a little over 5 years. What I like best is our view of the Hudson River & our outdoor balcony. The neighborhood is relatively new and changing rapidly. Running on the Hudson River Park is magnificent, as is walking Radar down to the Village along the water.
505 West 37 Street is a full amenities rental building that includes: a roof deck with gorgeous views of Manhattan, a gym in the basement, doorman, elevators, and in laundry in basement.
Our neighborhood is Hudson Yards, south of Hell’s Kitchen and north of Chelsea. We moved here when there was no supermarket or even a nearby liquor store or drug store. Now we have the awesome Brooklyn Fare, a high quality supermarket, and a new liquor store, a Duane Reade and places to eat like Freedman’s and Clyde Fraizier’s. And a new friendly deli has opened up on 37th & 10 ave, Southeast corner. (great eggs, bacon & cheese sandwiches!)
The TF Cornerstone building consists of two towers 505 W 37 Street and a building across the street on 37/10 at 455 w 37. Many of the apartments have balconies and all have large floor to ceiling windows that provide lots of light. The building allows pets with some limitations on size.
Aside from our home, the neighborhood is rapidly changing and rising around us. South of us will be the mega towers of Hudson Yards, a mix of commercial and residential and the new park. With the new 7 train station, access to the area has increased. A Citi bike station is directly in front of my building.
Hudson Yards will bring many opportunities in the next few years for residents and businesses alike.
Recently, as reported in Curbed NY, the first residential tower has broken ground in Hudson Yards.
And there goes McDonald’s and the previous residents.
The last holdouts, long time tenants received a generous financial package.
The only challenge right now is the loud construction of the future Hudson Yards.
But right now it is hard to find a place in New York City that doesn’t have construction happening. There are rules in place so it starts at 7 am or later and ends before evening.
We need more development when it provides homes and construction jobs, no to mention investment in New York City and increased tax revenue. We need to make sure elected officials and community leaders are fighting for more affordable housing for middle income and working class New Yorkers.
To find out more about living, renting or buying in Hudson Yards/Hell’s Kitchen or other areas of our great city, you can call me at 646-515-9417 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: 505 W 37 site, Sky lounge common roof deck