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Hudson Yards first building, seen in an artist's
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Hudson Yards first building, seen in an artist's rendering, is a $1.3 billion, 46-floor tower set to open in 2015. Nearly half of it is to be occupied by Coach, the manufacturer of luxury leather goods. Its glass atrium will stand alongside the High Line, a mile-long, elevated public greenway transformed from a defunct freight railway weaving through the artsy Chelsea neighborhood to the south.(Credit: AP)

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Renderings of the Hudson Yards development

The redevelopment of Hudson Yards is expected to be the most ambitious private construction project in New York City since Rockefeller Center was built in the 1930s. The development will be built on top of the Long Island Rail Road tracks which are bounded by 10th and 12th avenues and West 30th and 33rd streets. The tracks will continue to be used by the LIRR.