Architect Stephen B. Jacobs presented plans for the hotel headed to 456 Greenwich Street to Tribeca's Community Board 1 Landmarks Committee last night, and Tribeca Citizen was on hand to get all the details. The hotel will apparently be six stories, not eight, as previously reported. According to Jacobs, it will be "very high end," which an average room size of 450 square feet, although the brand has yet to be "defined." The building will sit partially in a historic district and the part outside of the historic district will be slightly taller. The design, Jacobs said, is a "contemporary interpretation of mercantile buildings in the historic district." There will be some sort of restaurant on the ground floor.