Construction Resumes on Marriott High-Rise at 215 Pearl Street in the Financial District

Rendering of 215 Pearl Street - Gene Kaufman Architect; Nobutaka Ashihara ArchitectsRendering of 215 Pearl Street - Gene Kaufman Architect; Nobutaka Ashihara Architects

After a brief pause in construction, work has resumed on the Marriott Residence Inn at 215 Pearl Street in the Financial District. The 38-story building comprises approximately 165,655 feet and was initially designed by Nobutaka Ashihara Architects, with whom Gene Kaufman worked to transition the project.

As an extended stay hotel, the property contains 320 guestrooms including a mix of studios and loft-style terrace suites with kitchenettes. Amenities include a 24-hour fitness center with an attached terrace, a restaurant and bar, a communal lounge, and meeting rooms.

The façade of the building is comprised of brown brick and white cementitious material at both the upper floors and the lower-level terrace floors.

Existing conditions at 215 Pearl Street - The Rinaldi Group

Existing conditions at 215 Pearl Street – The Rinaldi Group

Construction, led by The Rinaldi Group, has now reached the punch list or closeout phase, where the majority of work is focused on building interiors. According to the project team, they are 70 percent complete on the public spaces and are 50 percent complete on the gym floor. Total construction costs hover around $60.4 million.

The hotel is developed by the Lam Group, frequent collaborators with Kaufman’s design team. At this time the development team has not released an expected completion date.

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11 Comments on "Construction Resumes on Marriott High-Rise at 215 Pearl Street in the Financial District"

  1. David : Sent From Heaven. | July 5, 2020 at 7:11 am | Reply

    Nothing is impossible, if everyone is diligent and has money: Thank you.

  2. David in Bushwick | July 5, 2020 at 9:40 am | Reply

    Actual walls, how very refreshing – and energy efficient.

  3. AAHHH! MY EYES! MY EYES! ?

    OMG, another piece of
    “Kaufmanism” blighting the skyline!

    Please make him stop before he strikes again! Everyone let’s pray together. ?

  4. Looks like a new House of Detention for the the Federal Court in Foley Square.

  5. Whenever you think he’s reached the bottom, it gets even worse

  6. JOSEPH KOROM | July 5, 2020 at 3:36 pm | Reply

    My god, is there no design decency?

  7. Randall Cummings | July 5, 2020 at 3:52 pm | Reply

    At the 24th floor it looks like a cupboard door slightly ajar.

  8. Gene Kaufman’s building are so damn ugly.

  9. Put it @ the airport

  10. Gene Kaufman needs to be locked up for crimes against architecture! How does he sleep at night?

  11. This pocket of downtown has become an architectural wasteland. To call this and the surrounding hotel and residential towers mediocre would be pushing it. It’s straight up garbage.

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