NEW YORK — Hudson Yards is out to become a nexus of fashion and retail.
The ambitious $15 billion development project on the far west side of Manhattan is angling not only for major retailers — including a high-end department store like Nordstrom — but also could be the site of future New York Fashion Weeks if Mayor Michael Bloomberg has his way. Further bolstering its fashion cred is the fact that Coach Inc. on Tuesday confirmed plans to open its global headquarters on the 26-acre site.
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