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Since 2001, the City of New York, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the State of New York have collaborated on extraordinary planning initiatives to create a development program that will transform the Hudson Yards area into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, transit-oriented mixed-use district. The new Hudson Yards district will accommodate a major and vital expansion of the Midtown central business district, as well as job growth and new housing for the City's growing population.
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And at the center of it all is Vessel, a 150-foot-tall, shiny sculptural bauble designed by Thomas Heatherwick. The piece is made from 154 interconnected staircases, and is intended to be used by the public—for climbing, running (though probably not too fast), and, most likely, for providing the backdrop for selfies and Instagram photos.But access to Vessel will be managed, to a degree: Developer Related announced in the fall that those wishing to climb the beehive-esque structure would need a free ticket to do so. Now, the developer has released more details on what that ticketed experience will entail.
For ticket: https://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/discover/vessel
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