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Presentation by Jay Cross, Related Companies. Given at the 2011 Urban Systems Symposium, as part of the Real Estate Development panel.

Presentation by Jay Cross, Related Companies. Given at the 2011 Urban Systems Symposium, as part of the Real Estate Development panel.

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Real Estate Development: Jay Cross Presentation Transcript

  • 1. HudsonYards
  • 2. Hudson Yards26-Acre Railyards will become New York’s next great neighborhood HudsonYards 2
  • 3. Public InfrastructureNew 7-train extension HudsonYards 3
  • 4. Public InfrastructureAt the center of 3 significant new urban parks ERY HudsonYards 4
  • 5. The PlanA truly mixed-use destination HudsonYards 5
  • 6. Eastern Yards Superblock5.5 MSF MIXED USE BUILDING3 LANDMARK OFFICE BUILDINGS750,000 SF DESTINATION RETAIL CENTER
  • 7. Eastern Yards Plaza
  • 8. The Site26 acres over Eastern and Western Rail Yards
  • 9. Tower ConstructionEastern Rail Yards Building Locations
  • 10. Superblock StructureTowers A & B
  • 11. The PlanAn integrated and flexible site plan
  • 12. InfrastructureCentral or distributed mechanical systems• Cogeneration energy for redundancy power •Enhanced telecommunications, information,• Geothermal energy entertainment, and security services• Redundant loops •Integrated control of environment via wireless interface• Smart grid - switches & devices •Waste management• Advanced metering• On-site data storage
  • 13. Optimizing Plant Sizing
  • 14. Fire Scenarios~350,000 cfm ~40,000 cfm
  • 15. SummaryHudson Yards Infrastructure Advantages Public Infrastructure • Transportation • Parks Private Infrastructure • Cogeneration • Redundancy • Waste Management • Information Technology Unparalleled mixed-use amenities Leading edge sustainable strategy State-of-the-art build to suit buildings 15