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Construction permits have been filed to erect a 49-story, 747-foot tall hospitality and leisure tower at 267 Broadway in Tribeca. The slender high-rise would provide the highest hotel rooms in lower Manhattan and would be crowned by an unprecedented five floors of event and restaurant space. The site is located midblock between Chambers and Warren Streets and benefits from a direct axial view of the Brooklyn Bridge. Guests and visitors would be treated to unencumbered views of the Woolworth Building, Tribeca, and City Hall Park and a central location close to the World Trade Center and mass transit.
Developed by the Roe Corporation, whose offices are within the faintly Art Deco building now at the site, the venture is a sure sign that many are betting on a full recovery of the city's embattled hospitality/tourism industry. A recent Crain's article details positive signs in the sector due to vaccination efforts and the easing of regulations. The proposal is one of Manhattan's first new skyscraper filings since the pandemic began. Varying visions for the narrow lot have been floated since 2011, however. They include mixed-use condo and hotel schemes designed by BKSK and Gene Kaufman Architects that would have banked on the area's once insatiable condo market.
 
 
 
 
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According to the yet-to-be approved application filed with the Department of Buildings, the tower is being designed by H Architecture and will host 279 hotel keys with no more than ten rooms per floor. It would be H Architecture's first major project in New York, but the international firm has designed numerous built works in South Korea. Their website calls the project 'Broadway Tower' and proclaims that it will be a new landmark for Tribeca. They explain, "The adjacency to the New York City Hall and the Brooklyn Bridge makes the site ideal for a landmark." However, renderings show a rather tame and understated design. A transparent gridded curtain wall encloses a series of red-colored core/interior spaces. In theory, depending on the quality of the facade, these activity areas will glow from within.
New design for 267 Broadway by H Architecture
The perimeter of City Hall Park has been walloped by new condo developments in recent years. They include 49 Chambers, No. 33 Park Row, 25 Park Row, The Woolworth Tower Residences, and The Four Season Hotel Downtown. The realization that the market may be saturated and that a neighborhood singularly composed of luxury apartments is uninteresting may have driven the developer's change of heart. Permits show the tower will have a bar/lounge and cafe at the ground level, "places of assembly" on floors 42 though 44 and "eating and drinking establishments" on floors 45 and 46. The project may add some vibrancy to a stretch of lower Broadway that becomes a ghost town after office hours and whose ground floors are marred by ever-present scaffolding and vibe-killing bank branches.
View of Tribeca from the roof deck of Tower 270 next door to the project site (Corcoran)
Google Earth aerial showing location of the project and other future projects

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