The Set & Coterie Hudson Yards

Client The Related Companies, Atria Senior Living
Location New York City, NY
Status Under Construction

The Set & Coterie Cathedral Hill combines market rate rental units with luxury senior residences in a striking new tower in Hudson Yards.

The Set & Coterie Hudson Yards pairs 13-stories and 126 units of assisted living residential units within a larger mixed-use residential tower, which also includes a restaurant, fitness center, and over 400 market-rate rental units with amenities including an outdoor swimming pool and terrace.

The project bridges the Hudson Yards and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods and the exterior expression reflects this shift. The facade is a combination of glass, metal, and warm terracotta, glazed in a bronze finish with a slight metallic look. Vertical piers undulate to accentuate the verticality of the tower and subtly shift as the building rises. Building entries are defined by fluted limestone and bronze canopies, emphasizing the feeling of a luxury experience. Terracotta was selected to relate to the industrial and residential low-rise brick and terracotta buildings in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, and contributes to the building’s expression of quiet sophistication.

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At the ground level, the two faces of the corner site intrinsically led to designing two distinct lobbies—one on 35th Street, the senior assisted living residences and one on 10th Avenue for the rental residences.

The amenities of the podium serve as a link between the building’s community and the community at large, programmed as a mix of commercial and community-use facilities. At the ground level, dividing the two residential entrances, the corner space was designed for a future restaurant.

The larger lower floor plates of the building have been designed to accommodate the care levels of the assisted living residences.

These care levels are optimized through a direct adjacency between resident’s units, staff care, and communal spaces, all on the same level. A “wellness floor” was integrated at the podium of the building and is focused on senior health and wellbeing. The majority of the floor is dedicated to respite care units for rehabilitation, which share the use of medical offices, physical therapy spaces, a yoga/virtual wellness area, and spa.

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Scope

Design Architect Architect of Record

Project Team

Frank Fusaro, Elga Killinger, Philip Mana, Jingxin James Nie, Fauzan Wassil, Sahej Bhatia, Mikhail Kim, YoungJoo Kim, Thomas Florkewicz, Esteban Penzo, Nathan Ellenberger

Design Partner(s)

Interior Design - March & White

Visualizations

Jorg Binyan Studios