A weak luxury market may be making some developers nervous. But the developers of 35 Hudson Yards, a 72-story condo-hotel-office hybrid where sales of 143 luxury apartments will start in mid-March, are confidently predicting a speedy one-year sellout.
“It’s not just a building,” said Stephen M. Ross, the chairman of the Related Companies, which has partnered with the Oxford Properties Group on the project. “You’re really buying into a lifestyle. Everything you want is right here.”
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The hybrid condo building, detailed with German limestone to distinguish it from typical glass spires, and designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, is a tapering tower with a square base and a curvy top and will be the tallest residential building in Hudson Yards.