- Institutional Housing
- New Construction
- Transit-Oriented Development
Housing in a New Neighborhood for Weill Cornell Medical School
465 Main Street was the second building completed by Hudson and the Related Companies in the Riverwalk neighborhood. The building was developed for Weill Cornell Medicine to house postdoctoral associates and their families. The building contains a fitness center, garden, lounge, and roof deck, and a 24-hour attended lobby.
In 1997, the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation (RIOC) designated Hudson and the Related Companies to create a new neighborhood that would fulfill the island’s General Development Plan designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee. Today the development provides high-quality housing, open space, and neighborhood-serving retail that is a short subway and tram ride away from Manhattan’s Upper East Side and one-ferry ride from Astoria and Long Island City.
Upon completion, the Riverwalk neighborhood will consist of approximately 2,000 residential units across 9 buildings with 40% of the total units affordable to residents earning less than 148% of AMI.
PROJECT TEAM: 465 MAIN STREET: GRUZEN SAMTON ARCHITECTS WITH SLCE ARCHITECTS, MONADNOCK CONSTRUCTION, KEY BANK