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7 Completed & Upcoming Hotels In Manhattan

As New York City's tourism industry welcomed a much needed recovery from the initial onset of COVID-19, a series of hotels in Manhattan were in the midst of construction that are either now completed or almost finished. We list out 7 sites from Lower Manhattan to Midtown that highlight some of the most noteworthy hotels that offer some of the newest dining and entertainment destinations, and buildings that are expected to open in 2023. 

1) Ritz Carlton Hotel & Residences 

Located at 25 West 28th Street in NoMad, the Ritz Carlton NoMad is one of several new hotels in Manhattan that have been constructed over the past several years amidst a construction boom. Designed by Rafael Vinoly and developed by Marriott, Ritz Carlton Hotels, and Flag Luxury Group, there are a total of 250 guest rooms and 19 exclusive suites spread over 150,000 square feet. On the upper levels of the 50-story, 500-foot tall tower are 16 one- and two-bedroom penthouse residences that owners and their guests can stay in for up to 120 nights per year. The Erin Boisson Aries team at Douglas Elliman is handling the sales of the penthouses. 

Amenities in the tower include the 6,800-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Spa and Fitness Center, multiple event spaces spanning 10,000 square feet with a 3,500-square-foot grand ballroom, a private outdoor terrace, and both business and a la carte guest and owner services. On the 43rd floor is Nubeluz, a rooftop bar designed by Martin Brudnizki with two outdoor terraces and panoramic views of the Lower Manhattan skyline, the Empire State Building and Midtown to the east, and Hudson Yards to the west.

The property features a number of eateries such as Zaytinya, a 140-seat restaurant from Michelin-starred Chef José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup with a dine-in option for hotel guests and residents. There is also a second dining option at the Ritz-Carlton called Bazaar, and a rooftop bar and lounge called Nubeluz with panoramic views of Midtown and Lower Manhattan.

2) TSX Broadway

The largest upcoming hotel that will finish construction in Times Square later this year is TSX Broadway at 1568 Broadway. Designed by Perkins Eastman and Mancini Duffy and developed by L&L Holding Company and Fortress Investment Group, the 550,000-square-foot structure will yield 661 hotel rooms operated by Tempo of Hilton as well as 100,000 square feet of retail space on the lower levels and Times Square’s only cantilevering outdoor performance stage. Positioned above the new retail space is the historic Palace Theater, which was renovated by PBDW Architects and lifted 30 feet above street level in early 2022. The property is located at the corner of Seventh Avenue and West 47th Street.

Each guest room will have its own dedicated “Get Ready Zone” for organization or working, a bathroom with Bluetooth speakers, toiletries by Apotheke, and full-height windows with views overlooking Times Square. There will also be a small collection of wellness guest rooms featuring a Peloton spin bike and products from Therabody.

Guest amenities will include a fitness center, an 11th-floor open-sky lobby with coworking spaces, a signature restaurant, a bar and lounge, and an outdoor dining terrace overlooking Times Square.

3) Grayson Hotel

Just south of Bryant Park is the recently opened Grayson Hotel at 30 West 39th Street. The completed 27-story hotel tower in Midtown, Manhattan is designed by Peter Poon Architects and developed by Fortuna Realty as a 323-foot-tall structure with 330 guest rooms spread across 133,500 square feet. The building is located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

Rooms range in size from 200 to 280 square feet and guest amenities include Providence mattresses, a flat-screen TV, a hair dryer and steamer, bath amenities by LATHER, robes and slippers, an in-room safe, and complimentary Wi-Fi. 

Dining options include Harta, an Italian osteria and a Mexican-style tequila rooftop bar and lounge called Cima with views of Bryant Park and the Empire State Building. 

4) Hard Rock Hotel

New York City's Hard Rock Hotel opened to the public last year at 159 West 48th Street in Times Square. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Extell and Hard Rock International, the completed 442-foot-tall, 291,000-square-foot structure features 446 rooms and welcomed its first guests last spring. The rectangular reinforced concrete edifice is located by the corner of West 48th Street and Seventh Avenue. 

At the very top is a 3,300-square-foot, two-story glass-enclosed Rock Star Suite that comes with a 1,600-square-foot outdoor terrace and its own direct access to the rooftop bar called RT60 on the 34th story. Two dining options are available: NYY Steak and Session, an all-day restaurant with an open-air terrace. Another exciting space is a performance studio and entertainment hub called Audacy Live and a two-floor space called The Venue on Music Row.

The Hard Rock Hotel comes with room service providing guests with instruments and equipment such as a Fender guitar and a Crosley record player. Guests can listen to a special playlist of New York-themed tracks and have access to a Soundtracks interactive guide to the area curated by the Hard Rock team and local musicians. Rooms also feature Lavazza espresso machines, Rock Spa bath products, and kimono robes. Room selection ranges from king and double queen beds fitted with Sleep-Like-A-Rock luxury linens, a marble bathroom with rain shower, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-speed Wi-Fi.

5) Aloft Hotel 

Down in the Financial District is the newly opened Aloft Hotel at 50 Trinity Place. The 28-story building is designed by Peter Poon Architects and developed by FIT Investment Corporation as a 77,310-square-foot tower with 173 guest rooms. The site is located at the corner of Trinity Place and Rector Street, diagonally across from Trinity Church.

Guest amenities include free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, rooms with 9-foot high ceilings, ergonomic workstations, flat screen TV's, a 24-four grab and go cafe called  Re:fuel by Aloft, a backyard, and the ReMix Lounge. 

6) Moxy Lower East Side  

The Moxy Lower East Side is an 18-story hotel tower at 145 Bowery. Designed by Stonehill Taylor and developed by Lightstone Group, the completed 127,000-square-foot structure yields a total of 303 guest rooms, a Japanese restaurant, two bars, a subterranean nightclub, and an outdoor rooftop lounge. The property is located at the corner of Bowery and Broome Street.

Amenities include a 24/7 fitness center, co-working spaces, a business center, a custom Babeland x Moxy vending machine, complimentary Sole bicycles, locks and helmets, and valet and self-parking just around the corner at 106 Mott Street.

7) Virgin Hotels New York City  

Set to open in early February is the Virgin Hotel New York City, a 38-story hotel tower at 1227 Broadway in NoMad. Designed by Stantec and developed by Lam Group, the 476-foot-tall structure yields 460 boutique guest rooms managed by Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Group. The property is located along Broadway between West 29th and West 30th Streets.

Currently, the only portion of the property open to the public is the 22,000-square-foot mini golf franchise “Swingers: The Crazy Golf Club.” The doors are located along West 29th Street under the striped blue and white awning.

Guest amenities will include a fourth-floor outdoor rooftop space called The Pool Club, the brand’s flagship space called the Commons Club, the Sky Loft Lounge with 30-foot-high ceilings and a connecting outdoor terrace on the 38th floor, the Sky Lounge on the 39th floor with a capacity of 100 guests, numerous meeting spaces, and EVERDENE, a 4,000-square-foot restaurant on the third floor with an indoor-outdoor setup with three pergolas. There is also a fitness center equipped with Technogym cardio machines.


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