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Jarmulowsky Bank Building Takes Step Toward Life as a Hotel

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The new addition that is accompanying the restoration and conversion of the Jarmulowsky Bank Building into a swanky hotel is finally on the rise, Bowery Boogie reports. The former five-story building on the corner of Canal and Allen streets was razed about two years ago to make room for the budding 10,000-square-foot addition, which will house six stories of office space. Whether or not the office space will be used by the hotel is unclear, but its rise means things are moving—slowly, so slowly—at the site. When complete, the Jarmulowsky will hold 105 hotel rooms all crowned by the building's beloved cupola.
· Jarmulowsky Hotel Annex Ascends to 4 Stories on Canal Street [BB]
· Check Out the Jarmulowsky Bank Building's Restored Ceiling [Curbed]
· All Jarmulowsy Bank Building coverage [Curbed]