Yesterday, the Hudson Yards project that was once meant to the the centerpiece of a new Jets stadium, broke ground. The 26-acre, 15 building mini-city will be erected between 10th and 12th avenues and West 30th and 33rd Streets. It will cost $15 billion. The firs phase is set to include commercial, retail, and residential space, along with a cultural center and luxury hotel.

Coach will be the first major tenant. It's purchased 750,000 of the first office tower's 1.2 million square feet to serve as its international headquarters. Click through to see what the place is expected to look like.

[via Gothamist]