New Hotel at 456 Greenwich Street in Tribeca Officially Breaks Ground

Approved design for 456 Greenwich Street, rendering by Stephen B. JacobsApproved design for 456 Greenwich Street, rendering by Stephen B. Jacobs

It’s been more than two years since we’ve heard any news about 456 Greenwich Street, a large eight-story hotel development that’s been inactive since the extant structures were demolished. The silence was broken Friday, December 22nd, when Caspi Development, Mactaggart Family & Partners, and Barone Management celebrated the official groundbreaking in Tribeca.

Approved design for 456 Greenwich Street, rendering by Stephen B. Jacobs

Approved design for 456 Greenwich Street, rendering by Stephen B. Jacobs

The 110-foot tall structure spans Desbrosses Street between Greenwich and Washington Street and will yield 94,000 square feet. The 96 guestrooms and suites will come with access to a wealth of amenities, including six food and drinks spots, interior courtyard measuring 1,500 square feet, spa, large fitness center, meeting space, rooftop pool and what’s being marketed as the largest screening room in Lower Manhattan.

Paperwork has been signed with an anonymous international hotel operator, who will be announced in 2018.

Stephen B Jacobs Group is responsible for the architecture, and Martin Brudnizki is responsible for interior designs.

456 Greenwich Street, via Google Maps

456 Greenwich Street, via Google Maps

Completion is expected by 2020.

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1 Comment on "New Hotel at 456 Greenwich Street in Tribeca Officially Breaks Ground"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | December 26, 2017 at 7:45 am | Reply

    Please pardon me for using your space: Scowl when I see it, and take me down. (Just kidding)

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