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All The Shops You’ll Find at Hudson Yards, New York’s Newest Neighbourhood

Where everything is shiny and new

The Hudson Yards, a $25 billion real estate development populating the westernmost stretch of Manhattan, is now open to the public. Located in region once so barren it was nicknamed Death Avenue (thanks to the frequency of which pedestrians were hit by oncoming trains), Hudson Yards stands to assume the position of New York’s newest neighbourhood. Though it contains five office towers, 4,000 residential units and the tallest outdoor observation deck in the Western hemisphere that’s likely to rival the High Line in terms of tourist attractions, the biggest draw to visit Hudson Yards is without a doubt, the retail. Boasting a cool million square feet of retail space, Hudson Yards has drawn Neiman Marcus to New York,  as well as the Dallas-based millennial-friendly department store Forty Five Ten. Here’s a guide to all the new shops that have opened in Hudson Yards so far.

3DEN

AG Adriano Goldschmied

Atelier Cologne

Athleta

Avant Gallery

B8TA

Banana Republic

Batch

Brooks Brothers

Cartier

Coach

Cremieux

Dior

Dunhill

Fendi

Forty Five Ten

Frankie Colab

H&M

Heidi Klein

Jo Malone London

Kate Spade

Kenzo

Kiehl’s

Louis Vuitton

Lovepop

Lululemon

M.Gemi

Mack Weldon

Madewell

Micro Kickboard

Milk & Honey Babies

Molton Brown

Muji

MAC Cosmetics

Neiman Marcus

Origins

Pandora

Patek Philippe

Piaget

Piq

Rhone

Rolex

Rudsak

Sally Hershberger Hy Salon

Scanlan Theodore

Sephora

Stance

Stuart Weitzman

Sundays

The Body Shop

The Conservatory

Theory

Tiffany & Co

Tod’s

Tory Burch

Tumi

Uniqlo

Van Cleef & Arpels

Verizon Wireless

Vilebrequin

Vitra Eyewear

Watches of Switzerland

Zara

Photography Courtesy of Crowne Plaza HY36

Where to Stay: If you’re planning a trip to Hudson Yards, stay at the Crowne Plaza HY36, a mere 10 minute walk from 10thAvenue and steps away from the ACE and the 1 trains. Its one of the most convenient locations for getting anywhere in Manhattan, plus you won’t have to schlep your shopping bags too far. Check out NYCgo.com for more travel suggestions.