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132 West 28th Street rendering and photograph via Ondel Hylton/CityRealty 132 West 28th Street rendering and photograph via Ondel Hylton/CityRealty
At the beginning of the year, all anyone knew about the hotel coming to 132 West 28th Street was that it would rise 326 feet and 32 stories high and contain 203 rooms. More recently, a rendering of a glassy edifice revealed that Aloft will tower above its neighbors. New Jersey-based developer Frank Ng is at the helm, and Peter Poon Architects is the designer on record.
According to Real Estate Weekly, the ground floor will be home to a bar and lounge, presumably Aloft’s signature W XYZ. Several stories up, the building’s incredible height promises panoramic views for a 30th-floor club. Additional amenities will include a fitness center and outdoor terrace on the second floor and a business center on the third floor.
132-West-28th-Street Rendering via Ondel Hylton/CityRealty
Aloft’s newest Manhattan outpost will rise between its Downtown and Harlem locations on a particularly hospitality-heavy block. This stretch between Sixth and Seventh Avenues is already home to a Hilton Garden Inn, Hyatt House, and Fairfield Inn & Suites. A few doors from the site, two Marriott hotels will occupy a 45-story building designed by Gene Kaufman at 140 West 28th Street. A Moxy hotel is rising at the end of the block. Ace Hotel, which is considered to have kicked off the NoMad hospitality boom, is two blocks away.
132-West-28th-Street Axonometric diagram via NYC Department of Buildings
132-West-28th-Street Construction photos via Ondel Hylton/CityRealty
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