Impossible Engineering Series 4 -Ep 4 - Hudson Yards

Impossible Engineering Series 4

On the west side of Manhattan Island, New York, an army of ambitious engineers are working on the biggest construction project in the history of New York City - over one and a half million square metres of space conjured from thin air. Spanning seven city blocks, Hudson Yards was home to 30 railway sidings for Penn station. But having paid US$1bn for the fresh air above the yard, an audacious plan was formed to construct a city within a city over the tracks - while the trains continued to run. With incredible access to the biggest real estate development in the USA, we find out how the team are making the impossible possible.
Jul 15, 2021
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