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The observation deck is really well done.
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The observation deck is really well done.
It really is. I've waited so long to get up there, but will just have to wait a little longer. I also like that the decks around town offer a different view/experience.
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At $25 billion, is it the most expensive real-estate development? More than 18 million square feet, including 14 acres of public space
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Gone are the days where we will see crowds like that in a small space. For the foreseeable future NYC will not be the same.
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Gone are the days where we will see crowds like that in a small space. For the foreseeable future NYC will not be the same.
For like a month or two, yeah. Life will be quasi-normal by September.
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Gone are the days where we will see crowds like that in a small space. For the foreseeable future NYC will not be the same.
I wouldn’t get too overly dramatic. I remeber after 9/11, people thought the days of building sky high skyscrapers were over, but look at us now. Like Cuomo said, there won’t be a switch flicked, and everything returned to normal. We’ll probably still be wearing masks when this deck reopens.

Initially, when it reopens, they can stagger and reduce the amount of people allowed up there at a time, and that goes for all of the decks. And not just in New York, worldwide. But tourism will come back worldwide. Especially when there is a vaccine.
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Wow, that's a nice event space. Would love to attend a wedding or some other gathering in that venue.
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Wow, that's a nice event space. Would love to attend a wedding or some other gathering in that venue.
The whole thing to me is beautifully done, from the event space, the decks, the restaurant and bar. No doubt it will become a destination for tourists and New Yorkers alike.
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I'd have a good meal there!
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As New York City reopens for business, so too will offices in the city’s largest new real estate development, Hudson Yards.

It will not, however, be business as usual upon entry to 30 Hudson Yards, nor throughout the 2.6 million-square-foot tower, nor any of the other office buildings in the complex.

Tenants will be scanned in several ways, using some of the latest identity technology.

While some essential workers have been there throughout the shutdown, the offices at the more than 100-story tower have been largely empty until now. Its developer, Related, is asking that its tenant clients stagger in-times, and they expect most will start with just 25% of their workforce and rise from there.
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“The days of eight to eight zoom calls, it’s really not that productive, and I think great creativity and innovation happens when people are together,” said Jeff Blau, CEO of Related. “So I do think people ultimately come back to the office.”

As workers return to 30 Hudson Yards, they will be required to wear masks and will be greeted at the first escalator with instructions to stay at least three stair steps apart.

Once reaching the main lobby, workers will be required to go through a temperature scan. The IRIS-Q Thermography Device was specifically designed for flu screening and is used for large-scale temperature monitoring in crowded public places. It can detect individuals with fever immediately. There are 32 of these systems throughout the entire complex.

If a person’s temperature exceeds 100.4 degrees, they are then retested on a hand scanner. If that confirms the reading, the worker must go home. While these scans may seem like the ultimate invasion of privacy, literally looking inside your body, Blau said they will not keep records of people turned away.
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“It’s all anonymous, we’re not keeping track of any of this. It’s just checking your temperature as you go through,” he said.

Once through the temperature scan, workers then swipe their hand over a turnstile scanner, using MorphoWave technology from Idemia, a global identity technology firm. It not only gives them entry, but tells the elevator where they are going. They can override that through a smartphone app, if they are headed to a different floor.

Elevators will be limited to four riders, with position dots on the floor for distancing. Signs in front of the elevators remind people, “5′s a crowd.”
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“We believe it is too early to write the epitaph for the entire office sector as there are a number of counterbalancing forces at work,” said Jonathan Woloshin, a real estate analyst at UBS. “Companies will be faced with the realities of reconfiguring space to accommodate proper social distancing. Landlords will be faced with significant capital spending requirements to enhance building safety.”

Blau said he thinks some firms will actually look for more space.

“Some tenants that have built very dense spaces, whether it’s trading floors or bench seating, have decided that ultimately they want to have more separation,” he said.
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