Apple in advanced talks for huge Hudson Yards space of 60,000 square feet

“Apple is in advanced talks for about 60,000 square feet at 55 Hudson Yards — the nearly finished tower at 11th Avenue and West 34th Street [in Manhattan],” Steve Cuozzo reports for The NY Post.

If finalized, Apple would join 55 Hudson Yards tenants such as:
• Law firm Boies, Schiller & Flexner
• Electronic trading platform MarketAxess
• Intercept Pharmaceuticals
• Law firm Cooley LLP
• Law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy

Cuozzo reports, “We’re told that Apple and Related are also negotiating for Apple to have a large retail presence somewhere in the Hudson Yards complex.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Sounds like office space and retail, not just retail alone as 60,000 square feet is quite large. Currently, the largest Apple Retail Store is in Amsterdam (27,000 square feet).


  1. If this is both retail and office space, it’s not huge. Largish, but not that special. If indeed they are also negotiating retail space, then maybe this is just office space. Still not huge for such a large company.

  2. But… but… but, consumers are no longer buying iPhones or iPads, so why would they need all that space? Maybe they’re going to use that space to design those foldable iPhones EVERYONE is waiting for.


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