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Hudson Yards sits at the center of a metropolitan region with unsurpassed connections to commuter rail service, the subway system, the West Side Highway, the Lincoln Tunnel and ferries along the Hudson River.
UNSURPASSED CONNECTIONS

Located east to west between 10th and 12th Avenues and south to north between West 30th to West 34th Streets, Hudson Yards is situated almost squarely in the center of the busiest and most important commercial and cultural region in the United States Hudson Yards benefits from quick-and-easy connections and services that thread through midtown’s five key transportation hubs.

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No. 7 Subway
The new No. 7 subway extension opened in 2015 and links Hudson Yards with all major subway lines—including regional rail service at Grand Central Terminal.
PENN STATION
The busiest rail hub in the country — Penn Station — is a short 2-block walk away.
PORT AUTHORITY BUS TERMINAL
Bus service to New Jersey, upstate New York and beyond is located just 8 blocks north of Hudson Yards, or one stop on the No. 7 Subway.
LINCOLN TUNNEL & WEST SIDE HIGHWAY
The site boasts direct access to the West Side Highway and Lincoln Tunnel, coupled with private streets and 1,800 parking spaces on site.
HUDSON RIVER FERRIES
New York’s fastest growing ferry service is available right nearby on the Hudson River—with direct connections to New Jersey, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.
HELIPORT
The West 30th Street Heliport is located on the Hudson River, just two blocks from 10 Hudson Yards.
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