How Do I Catch Up on Everything That’s Happened at Hudson Yards This Year?

Indeed. Who knew New York’s built-from-scratch neighbourhood of glass and steel towers was going to assemble so many genuinely compelling destinations? Best of all, you don’t need to hail a cab to get from one to another. Here’s a breakdown:


Mercado Little Spain

What Eataly is to Italy, this market is to Spain. Namely, an amalgamation of many mini-restaurants, grab-and-go counters, and grocery counters — all heavy on the jamón.


TAK Room

Come for the menu, stay for the wine list and flawlessly executed Manhattans at chef Thomas Keller’s latest destination, designed as a throwback to retro luxury. (Yes, that means velvet.)


Forty Five Ten

Clothing at this boutique skews as avant-garde — think offerings from The Soloist, Sacai, and Amiri — as its Snarkitecture-designed interior, which goes all-in on mirrors and terrazzo.


The Shed

Fall highlights at this all-types-of-art centre include a retrospective of conceptual artist Agnes Denes’s environmental activism, and a group show exploring the intersection of art and AI.