Kohn Pederson Fox, architect for the for the first four buildings of Hudson Yards, the massive mixed-use development taking shape in New York City’s Far West Side, has released a fresh series of renderings, various news outlets reported this week. The renderings show buildings of glass that let in lots of natural light, and courtyards bustling with activity. Curbed also notes the buildings previously referred to as the north and south towers now have official names, with the 1,337-ft.-tall north tower called No. 30 and the 52-story South Tower, currently under construction, named No. 10. Schindler has been hired to supply 32 elevators and four escalators to No. 10. The renderings’ release is no doubt intended to help generate excitement for a new, interactive Hudson Yards exhibit at the Time Warner Center that kicks off on December 5. Time Warner, along with Coach and L’Oreal, are among corporations that plan to occupy large swaths of space in Hudson Yards. Stories about the latest developments at Hudson Yards may be found here, at the Real Deal, and here, at Curbed.