Hudson Yards is New York’s newest neighborhood. It’s a mixed-use development over the West Side railroad yards.
Major attractions include The Shops mall, The Shed arts space, The Vessel, The Edge skydeck, and Mercado Little Spain.
The Javits Center convention center is now part of Hudson Yards.
Hudson Yards Features
Orchestra of St Luke’s “Viajes y Raices” String Quartets Explore New York’s Immigrant Roots
Thursday, March 2, 2023
Mott Haven, The Bronx
Friday, March 3, 2023
Upper East Side, Manhattan
Sunday, March 5, 2023
BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Saturday, March 11, 2023
SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER
Snug Harbor, Staten Island
Sunday, March 12, 2023
FLUSHING TOWN HALL
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IFPDA Print Fair 2022 is at Javits Center
VIP Preview Thursday, October 27, 2022
Friday-Sunday, October 28-30, 2022
Hudson Yards News
Bárbara Martínez performs Spanish flamenco; at Mercado Little Spain in Hudson Yards; on Thursday, January 26, 2023 at 6pm. 🇪🇸🇦🇷🇻🇪
- Mercado Little Spain, by Celebrity Spanish Chef José Andrés, is one of NYC’s best Spanish markets and collection of Spanish restaurants. It’s a great place for lechon (roast suckling pig), paella cooked over wood fires, octopus, sardines, and Spanish pastries. It’s a great date spot.
- IFPDA Print Fair fine art print art fair.
- Los Hacheros Puerto Rican salsa. 🇵🇷
- Maxwell Alexandre Brazilian contemporary art. 🇧🇷
About Hudson Yards
In addition to residential, commercial and office space, the new development includes:
- The Shops mall
- The Shed performing arts center
- The Vessel selfie spot
- The Edge skyline viewing platform
When it was being built, we wondered what on earth The Vessel was for. This circular stairway to nowhere is a New York style selfie-spot (it’s big). As of March 2022, it is temporarily closed.
On the right you can see The Shed performing arts center with its movable roof.
Behind The Vessel, you can see The Shops mall. It has a lot of high end retailers.
Mercado Little Spain is in The Shops’ basement. It’s a wonderful collection of Spanish markets, restaurants and bars by renowned Spanish Chef José Andrés and the Adría Brothers.
There is great lechon, paella, pulpo, sardinas, pastries and other Spanish delicacies that you won’t find anywhere else in NYC, quite like this. The presentation is extraordinary. It feels like a high-end market in the Latin world. Watching the chefs work is exciting for foodies. Your mouth waters just from walking around. It’s also a great date spot.
Leña is a delicious restaurant. Its speciality is fire grilled Basque and Asturian dishes from Northern Spain.
Visit Hudson Yards
Eleventh Ave | Hudson Yards | Eighth Avenue
(7) to 34th St – Hudson Yards