This week, Tishman Speyer announced plans for a 65-story building designed by Bjarke Ingels at the heart of Manhattan’s West Side. The Spiral will sit a block away from the north end of Manhattan’s High Line Park and will, according to Ingels, “[extend] the Highline into the skyline,” with spiral landscaped terraces wrapping around the exterior of the building. These terraces will provide an outdoor space for every floor in the building.
The Spiral will have 2.85 million square feet of space, all with unobstructed views and double-height amenity spaces connecting adjacent floors for dynamic, collaborative workflows.
“(The) tower will serve as a significant leap forward in the evolution of the modern, collaborative and sustainable workplace,” said Rob Speyer, President and CEO of Tishman Speyer.
The open plan allows for tailored tenant experiences, increasing the desirability and longevity of the building.
Located at 66 Hudson Boulevard, The Spiral is Tishman Speyer’s entrant into the 28-acre space at Hudson Yard. Three other skyscrapers are planned in the area as well, with hope of extending Midtown’s business district west as far as the Hudson River.
More information and design renderings of The Spiral can be found here.