Aria Bendix, provided by Published 8:49 am CDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Business Insider/Jessica Tyler Hudson Yards is a mammoth development in New York City — the likes of which hasn't been seen since the unveiling of Rockefeller Center in the 1930s. The $25 billion complex covers an entire avenue and stretches four city blocks. At the far edge lie the Eastern and Western Railyards, whose train tracks run below a raised platform that supports the budding structures. Each of the buildings revolves around an expansive public square with a lush landscape of trees and woodland plants. The project is currently undergoing phase one — 11.9 million square feet along the Eastern Yard — which will be mostly complete by March 2019. From there, it will move on to the second and final phase — 6.2 million square feet along the Western Yard — which is set to be finished by 2024. This second phase of development includes the construction of a public … [Read more...] about Hudson Yards is the biggest New York development since Rockefeller Center. Here are all the major buildings in the $25 billion neighborhood.
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Jessica Tyler, provided by Published 8:15 am CDT, Monday, October 1, 2018 Business Insider/Jessica Tyler At $25 billion, Hudson Yards is the most expensive real estate development in US history. It's also one of the largest: Once completed, the project will span more than 18 million square feet, including 14 acres of public space. With two buildings already completed and many more underway, the development now overwhelms the Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen neighborhoods near the Eastern and Western Railyards. Though recognized by its public landmark — a 150-feet-tall honeycomb structure known as Vessel — its buildings are masterful achievements in their own right. Business Insider got a rare peek inside the development site, which is bustling with activity and a maze of new construction. Every day there's a new path to navigate, said Geoff Butler, the senior project manager at Related Companies, which is co-developing the site with … [Read more...] about Hudson Yards is the most expensive real estate development in US history. Here’s what it’s like inside the $25 billion neighborhood.
By Connor Letourneau Updated 10:41 am, Friday, June 22, 2018 In Episode 25 of the Warriors Off Court podcast , sports columnist Ann Killion joins Golden State beat writer Connor Letourneau to break down how the Warriors did in Thursday NBA draft. They look at how Cincinnati forward Jacob Evans, who went to Golden State with the No. 28 pick, fits into Steve Kerr’s system. Also, Letourneau and Killion discuss why draft night is a reminder of how far the Warriors have come in recent years. Warriors Off Court is available on Apple Podcasts and other podcast apps. Connor Letourneau is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Con_Chron Photo: Gary Landers / AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Connecticut forward Kentan Facey (12) and Cincinnati forward Jacob Evans (1) chase a loose ball during the second half of an NCAA college basketball … [Read more...] about Warriors Off Court, Ep. 25: Breaking down draft pick Jacob Evans
0 Comments Uncertainty in Italy helps knock £25 billion off FTSE 100 BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Italy’s political turmoil has sparked a downturn in European stocks and helped knock £25 billion off the value of the UK’s blue chip index. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/uk-world/uncertainty-in-italy-helps-knock-25-billion-off-ftse-100-36958386.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/uk-world/article36958384.ece/fefc5/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_0fe92f08-429c-4b17-8141-7dd61f8b0242_1 Email Italy’s political turmoil has sparked a downturn in European stocks and helped knock £25 billion off the value of the UK’s blue chip index. The FTSE 100 ended the day down 1.2% or 97.64 points at 7,632.64, while its continental peers were also hit by a sea of red with the French CAC 40 and German Dax down 1.2% and 1.5%, respectively. Milan’s FTSE MIB tumbled 2.6%. It comes amid concerns about Italy’s future under two Eurosceptic … [Read more...] about Uncertainty in Italy helps knock £25 billion off FTSE 100
As Tesla factories deal with production issues, Volkswagen is making a major investment in its electric car future. The German automaker has lined up $25 billion in battery supplies, according to Bloomberg. The report says that by 2021 Volkswagen expects to have 16 factories capable of electric vehicle production, up from three; By the end of 2025, the automaker plans to be producing 3 million electric cars a year. These efforts will target sales in China and Europe, but movement in North America is coming, Bloomberg reports. Volkswagen’s electric ambitions are not only an attempt to unseat Tesla, but a way to clean up its image as a diesel-belching polluter and law breaker. This push will require a lot of investment, though Volkswagen’s chief exec says the company is focused on staying profitable through sales of its current line of cars.RR … [Read more...] about Watch out, Tesla: VW is making a $25 billion push into electric vehicles