This undated artist's rendering provided by Visualhouse, via Related Companies, shows the planned Hudson Yards urban village, center, that will start rising soon on the acres of land overlooking the Hudson River, with 12 million square feet of real estate space. Bounded by 10th and 12th avenues and West 30th and 33rd streets, it is Manhattan's largest tract of land still available for major development. (AP Photo/Visualhouse via Related Companies)
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