Forbes reported "Billionaire Stephen Ross Insists Hudson Yards Is For Everyone. And He’s Unhappy That No One Believes Him." on Thursday
That is if you consider the heart of the city to be an old Long Island Rail Road yard on the edge of the Hudson River that had to be topped with a $1 billion platform before construction on most of Hudson Yards’ buildings could begin in 2014 Read this story from 2016 about 10 Hudson Yards, the development’s first office building Stephen Ross finds himself defending Hudson Yards, the 18 million-square-foot project partly subsidized by tax breaks and investments from New York City, as “not a neighborhood for the rich." “It’s not a separate enclave” he says, a claim that doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, at least so far.