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‘City Climb,’ the newest attraction in New York City, will allow adventurers to scale a section of a skyscraper.
Officials are evaluating the future of a 150-foot-tall piece of public art in New York City known as the Vessel after a string of suicides.
The teen is the fourth person to die by suicide from the structure since it opened two years ago.
The Vessel at Hudson Yards will reopen Friday after three suicides forced its closure in January.
The New York Philharmonic had not gathered before an audience for exactly 400 days when it finally held a performance Wednesday night.
The Hudson Yards project is said to be the largest private real estate development in the country. 10 Hudson Yards officially opened its doors.
The centerpiece sculpture at a massive development on Manhattan’s west side has been closed to the public.
NYC's famed elevated walkway will reopen on July 16 with one-way foot traffic from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
People took part in a puppy scavenger hunt in Hudson Yards for a chance to win tickets to the American Kennel Club's annual Meet the Breeds event at the Javits Center on Jan. 25-26 where you'll get see, play with and learn more about hundreds of breeds of dogs.
Amazon has signed a lease for a new office space in Manhattan that will house more than 1,500 employees, less than a year after pulling out of a deal for a larger headquarters in the borough of Queens after politicians and activists objected to nearly $3 billion in incentives.
The tallest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere is just about complete. It is on the 100th floor.
The Shed is a 200,000-square-foot structure on the West Side of Manhattan where the High Line meets Hudson Yards. The Shed was made possible through public and private investments of more than $500 million. This innovative multi-level building came to life through lead architect Elizabeth Diller.
A towering sculpture called Vessel -- made up of 2,500 twisting steps the public can climb -- is scheduled to open Friday as the visual centerpiece of Hudson Yards, a $25 billion urban complex on Manhattan's West Side that is the city's most ambitious development since the rebuilding of the World Trade Center.
The honeycomb-like structure at the Hudson Yards complex is a public art installation that can hold 1,000 people at a time. Tickets are available at the Hudson Yards website.
For the next two weeks in Hudson Yards, you're invited to free performances called the Prelude to the Shed. This is part of the build-up to the 2019 opening of the new arts center the Shed, which will be located a block away. Consider the Prelude to the Shed, which is a pop-up, more of a taste test where you get to experience all sorts of artistic flavor.
Rosanna Scotto tours the Hudson Yards, David Bowie's Central Park South Pied-a-Terre, Grey Gardens and a West Side rental with Million Dollar Listing star Luis Ortiz.