Permits Filed For 30-Story Hotel at 112 Liberty Street, in The Financial District

112 Liberty Street, image via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a new 30-story hotel at 112 Liberty Street, in the Financial District. The site sits directly across from 150 Greenwich Street and the World Trade Center complex by the intersection of Church Street and Liberty Street. It will be designed by Stonehill & Taylor Architects and yield around 92,300 square feet of newly built space. Demolition of the current low-rise buildings will have to begin before excavation and construction on the new skyscraper can begin. The new skyscraper is proposed to be 327 feet tall and will be the tallest building on that parcel of land.

The lot size is about 6,200 square feet and the structure will be made with reinforced concrete. A total of 230 hotel rooms are expected to be created. Views of Zuccotti Park to the east and Liberty Park to the west would be obtainable from the higher floors.

A completion date and hotel tenant has not been announced yet for 112 Liberty Street. Eddie Hidary of 112 Liberty Associates LLC is listed as the site’s developer.

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2 Comments on "Permits Filed For 30-Story Hotel at 112 Liberty Street, in The Financial District"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Deer and crocodile stand to see your project reported, rabbit and gecko feel good to stand still on new development. (Thank you)

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