As New York City reopens for business, so too will offices in the city’s largest new real estate development, Hudson Yards.
It will not, however, be business as usual upon entry to 30 Hudson Yards, nor throughout the 2.6 million-square-foot tower, nor any of the other office buildings in the complex.
Tenants will be scanned in several ways, using some of the latest identity technology.
While some essential workers have been there throughout the shutdown, the offices at the more than 100-story tower have been largely empty until now. Its developer, Related, is asking that its tenant clients stagger in-times, and they expect most will start with just 25% of their workforce and rise from…