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Brief Published: 18 May 2011

Hudson Yards Mall


Giving further credence to the notion that the mid-market is the sector seeing the biggest upsurge, property development company Related Urban has outlined plans to make the mall at the Hudson Yards development in New York a "mid-market and approachable destination for shops, bars and restaurants".

Likening the mall’s aesthetic and attitude to the popular French-style bakery Bouchon rather than the chichi restaurant Per Se (both of which are located at the Time Warner Centre, another project by the company), Ken Himmel, president of Related Urban, said it will be an inviting retail space with “broad appeal”.

The 750,000 sq ft, five to six level mall – which sits on the site of a former railway yard – will incorporate 26 acres of office space, parks, housing, a cultural centre and hotel, and will span up to six levels.

It will feature a mix of both small retailers and department stores, with upscale department stores Nordstrom and Bloomingdales reputed to be contenders for top spots. The mall is currently scheduled to open in 2015.