When all stages are completed, the 65,000 people daily who pass through the Hudson Yards’ office towers, residences, shops, restaurants, hotel, public school, and public open space will contribute to a massive stream of data intended to help answer the big questions about how cities of the future should be managed. […]
“It really started from the question: If we could know anything about the city, what would we want to know and how could we do a better job at measuring the pace of life?”
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