Midtown Manhattan welcomes a new neighborhood, Hudson Yards, and Liberty Bagels couldn’t be any more excited for the neighborhood located right in our own backyard. Located next to Chelsea, Penn Station, and Hell’s Kitchen, right on the westside of Midtown Manhattan, Hudson Yards will stretch from around 30th street up to 43rd street and will be bordered by 8th Avenue on the Eastside. That’s a stone’s throw away from Liberty Bagels! Okay, maybe a New York City stone’s throw, but still, Liberty Bagels Midtown is close. 30 Hudson Yards was designed by the architects Bill Pedersen and Kohn Pedersen Fox, who were chosen for the design of the 101 floor building. The lobby of the building features 11 stainless steel spheres as artwork hanging from the ceiling from Spanish artist Jaume Plensa. It is located at the intersection of 33rd Street and 10th Avenue. Other notable buildings at Hudson Yards include 50 Hudson Yards, 15 Hudson Yards, and 10 Hudson Yards.