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New York’s shiny, dystopian neighborhood, Hudson Yards is officially open. With it, the city gains new real estate (yes, you can live there), a fancy subway station (shout-out to the 7 train!) as well as a handful of attractions like a one-million-square-foot retail center with over 100 places to go shopping in NYC, new mouthwatering restaurants, cultural performance venue The Shed, a five-acre smart park and Vessel—a climbable beehive. Most of the sights are patron-ready, but Edge (NYC’s highest observation deck) is still underway. For more on that, including things to do in Hudson Yards right now, see below.
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How to get to Hudson Yards, NY
Take the 7 train to 34th Street-Hudson Yards.