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Old Posted Jun 6, 2016, 7:00 PM
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The building is hardly complete however. I see it everyday. People moving in wouldn't make it complete, as we know with office construction that sometimes does happen. But looking at it today, and to the average person on the street who wouldn't know anything about it, you would hardly think anyone could move in. Maybe viewing from the west side.
I would guess their criteria would be once people start moving in. They are definitely front loading Coach, they need to get them out of their old building so they can start demo.
     
     
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Old Posted Jun 7, 2016, 5:51 AM
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I would guess their criteria would be once people start moving in. They are definitely front loading Coach, they need to get them out of their old building so they can start demo.

Probably so. There are moving trucks at the old Coach site (people will be moving in all year).

However, as far as construction goes on the building, we aren't complete. Getting there, but not there. You can see from this Manhattan West shot how the building looks
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http://rew-online.com/2016/06/23/lor...-hudson-yards/

L’Oreal moves into new digs at 10 Hudson Yards





BY REW • JUNE 23, 2016


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After nearly 60 years in Midtown Manhattan, L’Oréal USA announced today that its first employees have officially moved into the company’s new U.S. headquarters at 10 Hudson Yards.

Over the next few months, 1,300 L’Oréal USA employees will occupy 10 floors of the building, spanning more than 400,000 s/f of the 1.8 million-square-foot Platinum LEED-designed Tower on Manhattan’s West Side.

L’Oréal’s is the second Hudson Yards tenant to move into the new neighborhood. Ten Hudson Yards officially opened its doors May 31 to welcome the first wave of Coach employees to their new global headquarters.

The majority of L’Oréal USA’s corporate functions and brand teams including Essie, Garnier, Lancôme, La Roche-Posay, L’Oréal Paris, Matrix, Maybelline, Redken and SkinCeuticals will be housed at the 10 Hudson Yards building, a modern glass office tower alongside theHigh Line.

Working with Gensler, L’Oréal USA custom-designed the Hudson Yards office space with collaboration in mind. The layout features an open floor plan with floor-to-ceiling windows and a cutting-edge lighting and solar shade system that adjusts to occupancy and the amount of outdoor light.

Energy-efficient appliances, a vacuum waste collection system and a bio-digester in the cafeteria for food waste align with the company’s Sharing Beauty With All sustainability commitments

The state-of-the-art office features an interactive virtual retail room for advanced retail planning, a technical salon and treatment room for product evaluation, and a learning center for employee training. An employee café and 4,000 s/f terrace features indoor and outdoor seating areas with views of the Hudson River and downtown skyline, and includes a juice and coffee bar and a daily menu of healthy food options.

Other employee amenities include a flagship company store, an employee nail salon, an on-site employee concierge and a wellness suite with four mother’s rooms and two meditation rooms to support healthy minds and bodies.
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^ that photo is bananas, gives us a real sense of how the full buildout of the ~15-18 towers on the far west side/hudson yards will look.
     
     
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The Hudson Yards project is said to be the largest private real estate development in the country. And now it is one step closer to a reality. 10 Hudson Yards officially opened its doors Tuesday, welcoming its first tenant: Coach. The 52-story tower will be the handbag company's new global headquarters.

The Boston Consulting Group and l'Oreal USA are among the other tenants that will soon join Coach at 10 Hudson Yards while construction continues all around it.
     
     
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They've made fast work in the past week or so of closing up the eastern facade.
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I just realized that this is the shorter tower of the two!
     
     
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This building has such a presence from Jersey. I can already tell 30 is going to look monolithic.
     
     
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I understand the open/industrial look they were going for with the crown, but the renderings made it look much cleaner.
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From Inside the crown

Sin título by Justin Whiteford, en Flickr

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A picture from a building in construction in Williamsburgh. When 30HY is topped out and cladded, about two years from now, this same view will offer an apparent three-glass-obelisk ensemble (despite HY and 45E 22nd St being separated by 2 km.) with 30 HY being the taller of the three (actually and as seen from this spot).




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Thornton Tomasetti’s 10 Hudson Yards Project Wins New York City Concrete Industry Board’s Highest Honor



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Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, announces that the 10 Hudson Yards project in Manhattan has won the New York City Concrete Industry Board (CIB) Annual Award, the organization’s highest honor. Thornton Tomasetti served as the structural engineer for the building, which was developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. The award honoring superior work in concrete will be presented at CIB’s 55th Annual Roger H. Corbetta Awards Dinner on Nov. 9, 2016 at the Marina Del Rey event space in the Bronx, NY.

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• 10 Hudson Yards is unique as one of the first concrete office buildings in New York City. Thornton Tomasetti provided structural and façade consulting services for a 52-story, 895-foot tower. The building is part of the 28-acre Hudson Yards mixed-use development consisting of residential, commercial, retail and public space. The site encompasses six city blocks, the two of which are over active rail yards that will remain operational during construction. The building is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

• The 1.8-million-square-foot tower’s structure consists of a high-strength reinforced concrete frame, featuring post-tensioned beams and filigree slabs to accommodate open floor spans. A central concrete core provides lateral stability and stiffness, while the structure itself is founded on caissons socketed into bedrock. This unique floor system provides a clean-looking structure, which can remain exposed in loft-type office spaces. The angled tower, with a 15-story-tall atrium midway up its height on the south face, was geometrically challenging and has set new standards for concrete construction.

• Thornton Tomasetti’s façade design includes a 200-foot-by-60-foot atrium cable wall and an 80-foot-by-200-foot lobby cable wall. The initial atrium study, which included cable-net systems and long-span truss systems, aimed to understand the structural implications and façade issues involved in building a multi-story atrium. The studies led to a one-way vertical cable system with intermediate beams supporting laminated glass panels through glass fittings.

• Among the project’s many challenges were executing the complex architectural expression and implementing the various transfers to bridge the site conditions, which included transfer walls, sloping columns and column kinks supported by the lateral system.
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