Demolition permits were filed yesterday to take down two small structures near the corner of West 31st Street and Dyer Avenue. Situated directly across from Brookfield’s Manhattan West residential tower and just east of Hudson Yards, the parcel is owned by Arisa Realty, who purchased the buildings for $11 million in August of 2014. A revised new building application shows that the two- and one-story structures will be replaced by a 107,853-square-foot, 210-room hotel. The project’s scale has been revised upward since initial filings, growing an additional 12,000 square feet and rising 25 stories instead of 21.
Epstein Global is now listed as the architect of record instead of Stonehill & Taylor Architects. The floor schedule reveals the 275-foot structure will contain 11 rooms per floor from levels three through 22. The hotel will be topped by a rooftop terrace and the top two floors will contain a conference room, lounges, and a dining room.
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