Developers think that Bushwick will be the city's next tourist destination, and after the neighborhood was named one of America's coolest by Vogue, they're probably right. Case in point: three hotels are rising in the neighborhood, the most recently announced of which is a 10-story, 144-room hotel at 232 Seigel Street between Bushwick Avenue and White Street. The Priciest Downtown Apartment Ever Sold Returns For $70M [Curbed]">By way of YIMBY, TRD reports that the hotel will be designed by Morali Architecture and is being developed by Heritage Equity Partners, which is betting strong on the neighborhood; they picked up 15 parcels in Bushwick at the end of last year.
Also coming to the 'hood is a seven-story, 112-room hotel at 71 White Street between McKibbin and Boerum streets that's being developed by All Year's Management. Riverside Developers, also behind Williamsburg's bonkers, cantilevering William Vale Hotel, want to bring a 140-key hotel to 27 Stewart Avenue between Flushing and Johnson avenues. So, uh, when is it officially okay to start referring to Bushwick as Williamsburg 2.0?
i3; Permits Filed: 144-Room Hotel at 232 Seigel Street [YIMBY]
· Heritage Equity partners plans 144-hotel in Bushwick [TRD]
· Five Reasons Why Brooklyn Is Bursting With New Hotels [Curbed]