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L to R: Marriott Renaissance hotel, Moxy Hotel NoMad/Chelsea, Hyatt House L to R: Marriott Renaissance hotel, Moxy Hotel NoMad/Chelsea, Hyatt House
Two new hotels are on the rise in Chelsea and another, named Hyatt House, is set to open in April. Of the new two hotels, one will be part of Marriott's new Moxie brand and will be in the heart of the Flower District at 105 West 28th Street. The second new hotel will be a Marriott Renaissance Hotel at 112 West 25th Street. Both lodgings will offer their guests a complete package of amenities and incredible views of the skyline and the Empire State Building.
Hyatt-House Hyatt House from the corner of West 28th Street and Sixth Avenue; CityRealty
The farthest along of the trio of hotels is Lexin Capital's Hyatt House at 101 West 28th Street. The 30-story building is a 150-room extended stay hotel designed by Nobutaka Ashihara Architects. The handsome pinstriped facade is composed of cast stone and glass To signal the hotel's impending opening, the development team has begun illuminating the exterior at night.

We had a sneak peek inside late last year where we gave you a glimpse of the building's studio, one- and two-bedroom family-sized suites The hotel seeks to provide the comforts of home with contemporary touches that include floor-to-ceiling windows, lofty guestrooms, apartment-style kitchen suites, and glittering views of the city’s skyline. Hyatt House will be accepting reservations for stays from April 1, 2017 and beyond.
Moxy-Hotel-35 Renderings of the Moxy Hotel Chelsea/NoMad via Stonehill & Taylor Architects
Moxy-Hotel-34 Recent photo of crane at Moxy Hotel site; CityRealty
Moxy’s underway Flower District Hotel, tentatively known as Moxy NoMad/Chelsea will rise 35 stories tall and hold 343 rooms. As part of Marriot's new Moxie-brand, the hotel seeks to combine affordability with style and caters to a substantially younger clientele. Lightstone Group is the developer and the designers are New York-based Stonehill & Taylor Architects in collaboration with interior designers from Yabu Pushelberg.

The modest-sized units within will exhibit smart design, melded with modern technology. Some micro lodgings also have a private access to the rooftop bar and lounge. Among the many communal perks are a ground- and second-floor restaurant, a bar, a lounge, a café, a collaborative workspace and an impressive fitness center.
112-west-25 Google Earth rendering; CityRealty
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112-west-25th-4 Construction of the Marriott Renaissance making its way above ground
The second Chelsea hotel tower is rising mid-block at 112 West 25th Street. Slated to be a Marriott Renaissance Hotel will reflect the neighborhood aesthetic with a limestone façade for three floors and 36 floors of glass above.
The four-star hotel is being designed by Nobutaka Ashihara (NAA) in collaboration with Stonehill & Taylor. The project replaces the former home of Antiques Garage and according to the developer, Lam Generation, the design concept was to bring back the flea market finds and keeping a garden-themed hotel. There will be a ground-floor restaurant covered in lush plantings and above it all will be a sprawling rooftop bar and an outdoor swimming pool.
Construction on both projects is now several floors above ground. Both inns are expected to debut in 2018.

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