Manhattan's latest boutique hotel will be LEED Silver certified
N ew York-based developer Tribeca Associates has commissioned Brennan Beer Gorman Architects to design its latest mixed-use office and boutique hotel at 330 Hudson Street. Located in the downtown Hudson Square area of Manhattan, the LEED-Silver development will involve the redevelopment of a historic, eight-story warehouse building into 292,000 sf of office space, 15,000 sf of retail space, and a 171-room boutique hotel. Upon completion, the 22-story building will contain 7,000 sf of rooftop event space, including a rooftop pool, sky bar, signature restaurant, outdoor terraces, conference center, and a fitness center.
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