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100-Room Hotel to Rise on Tribeca Site Eyed for Restaurant

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A block-through development site on Greenwich Street along Debrosses Street won't be getting a Gene Kaufman-designed restaurant after all, but a high-end hotel. Commercial Observer reports that Western Heritable Investment Company, Caspi Development and Barone Management are planning an eight-story hotel with 90 to 100 guest rooms for the site, which takes the address of 456 Greenwich Street. The lot—currently occupied in part by a single-story garage—straddles the boundary of the Tribeca North Historic District and as such, the developers have decided to seek Landmarks approval for the building's design. The project architect has not been named, although its rendering is accredited to architect Stephen B. Jacobs Group.
There is a Request For Proposals out for the hotel brand. When complete, the 93,900-square-foot hotel will have a bar, an interior courtyard, a spa, a pool, a business center, and a screening room. The hotel also might have a private members club.
· Eight-Story Hotel Planned for Greenwich Street in Tribeca [Commercial Observer]
· All 456 Greenwich Street coverage [Curbed]