The massive Hudson Yards development sits literally atop an active rail yard. A platform was built atop tracks to support the towers and park.
In those cheerful summer days of August, before the NFL season opened, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross confidently predicted a winning year. By the playoffs, the Dolphins were out of the running with 10 losses, six wins.
Ross’s New York-based Related Companies team is faring far better. The city’s largest developer has a dozen projects under way in New York alone, spanning affordable and luxury residences, hotels and mixed use developments. Near London, its Argent Related joint venture won the bid to build a 192-acre village that will include schools, homes, parks and retail. In Santa Clara, California, Related California’s 239-acre mixed-used community is set to launch construction next year; in Los Angeles, the company is partnering with the government on a long-delayed $950 million Frank Gehry-designed commercial and residential district adjacent to the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the new Broad museum. In Abu Dhabi, Gulf Related, a joint venture with Gulf Capital asset management firm, is developing a 3.1 million square-foot retail, entertainment, hotel and residential complex.
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