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Hudson Yards will get a 622-foot hotel and residential tower, via Chetrit

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The 46-story tower will have 358 hotel rooms and 131 apartments

Looks like it’s the week for Hudson Yards skyscrapers to move forward. After the revelation yesterday that Bjarke Ingels’s office tower was officially moving ahead , the Chetrit Group has now filed plans for its project on West 37th Street, The Real Deal reports.

Plans filed Friday with the city’s Department of Buildings reveal a 622-foot tower that will rise at 545 West 37th Street, right across from the Javits Center, and closer to Eleventh Avenue.

The CetraRuddy-designed building will have a hotel on the lower floors, and apartments above that. In all, the project will span 373,275 square feet and come with 358 hotel rooms and 131 apartments.

The hotel will be spread out on floors nine through 27 of this 46-story building. Floors 32 and above will house the apartments. The lobby will take up all of the first floor. There will be a restaurant, an event space, and probably a bar on the second floor. Amenities announced for the project so far include the usual suspects like a resident’s lounge (on the 30th floor) and a fitness center equipped with a yoga and pilates studio.

Chetrit had at one point considered selling the site, but took it off the market last August.