Hudson Blvd Park
The Hudson Yards Hell's Kitchen Business Improvement District (BID) is a 501(c)(3) not-for profit organization dedicated to providing district-wide services and improvements that enhance the quality of life of the diverse population who lives, works and visits within the district. Established in 2015, the BID covers an area broadly bounded by West 42nd Street to the north, 11th Avenue to the west, West 30th Street to the south and 9th Avenue to the east. The BID is also the official maintenance and operations partner for Hudson Blvd Park. Hudson Yards is the largest private development in the history of the United States. Under current zoning, the area has capacity for approximately 26 million square feet of new office development, 20,000 units of housing, 2 million square feet of retail, and 3 million square feet of hotel space. Millions of square feet are currently in construction, with tens of thousands of workers, residents, and visitors on the horizon. Hudson Blvd Park, the civic spine of Hudson Yards, runs north-south from 33rd to 36th Streets between 10th and 11th Avenues. The new 7-train station at 34th Street – Hudson Yards has two entrances, both inside the Park. Long-term forecasts estimate 200,000 passengers using the station each day. Nearby attractions and destinations include: the High Line, Jacob Javits Center, and Penn Station. Amidst the buildings changing the New York City skyline, the Park is transforming life on the ground. Providing a green, friendly outdoor space for residents, employees, and visitors of the area, the Park has already made its way into the lives of the community and become a part of people’s daily routine. Hudson Blvd Park is, and will continue to be, a salient component of the thriving Hudson Yards neighborhood.