The Warren Street Hotel Approaches Completion at 86 Warren Street in Tribeca, Manhattan

86 Warren Street. Designed by Stonehill Taylor Architects.

Construction is nearing completion on the Warren Street Hotel, an 11-story building at 86 Warren Street in Tribeca. Designed by Paul Taylor with Stonehill Taylor and developed by Firmdale on a land lease from Solil Management, the 135-foot-tall structure will span 44,000 square feet and yield 69 guest rooms operated by Firmdale Hotels, as well as the 150-seat Warren Bar and Restaurant, a drawing room, an orangery, and a private event space. Pavarini McGovern is the general contractor and Kit Kemp is the interior designer for the project, which rises from the site of a former open-air parking lot between Greenwich Street and West Broadway.

All of the hanging scaffolding rigs have been taken down from the main southern elevation since our last update in early June, and metal railings have been installed along the edges of the two setbacks where outdoor terrace spaces for guests will be located. The protective film has been peeled off the warehouse-style windows, revealing the final look of the industrial-inspired façade, which is finished in a distinctive teal hue. A sidewalk shed, plastic barriers, and metal fencing still surround the ground floor, but should be dismantled in the coming months as work finishes wrapping up.

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

The Warren Street Hotel will feature 57 individually designed bedrooms and suites, as well as 12 exclusive residences. Each comes with expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, and some offer landscaped private terraces. South-facing rooms on the upper levels will provide views of the World Trade Center complex, the Financial District, Battery Park City, and the Hudson River to the west. The ground-floor Warren Bar and Restaurant will be open to the public and hotel guests for breakfast, lunch, tea, cocktails, and dinner.

86 Warren Street is a short walk from the World Trade Center complex and is in close proximity to the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, E, R, W, and PATH trains.

YIMBY last reported that The Warren Street Hotel was originally anticipated to open this September, but has been pushed back to an unconfirmed date in early 2024.

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17 Comments on "The Warren Street Hotel Approaches Completion at 86 Warren Street in Tribeca, Manhattan"

  1. As advertised.

  2. What is the hideous yellow thing at the top?


  4. What a stunning building… Love the industrial look and contrasting colors.

  5. I love the industrial-style facade treatment. It’s truly one of the best modern industrial designs out there. Also, the blue and yellow color scheme is a really nice contrast.

  6. Fantastique!!’

  7. Can’t wait for all the tourist selfies on Instagram in the “orangery”! 🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊🍊 🤗

    • David : Sent From Heaven. | August 13, 2023 at 11:55 pm | Reply

      I like distinctive teal hue on the industrial-inspired facade, and a contrasting color so beautiful. Give better purchase on a surface, come over here cause I have seen it differing from neighbors for sending to developers: Thanks to Michael Young.

  8. David in Bushwick | August 13, 2023 at 11:59 am | Reply

    I LOVE this design. And that, is how you do operable windows in a window wall.
    They’re gonna need pigeon spikes on those I-beam ledges…

  9. David of Flushing | August 13, 2023 at 1:38 pm | Reply

    I like the “I-beam” facade with the deep ledges. Even without a bank, this could be a major place for direct deposit.

  10. Hilarious how some see yellow, some see orange… Some see green, some see blue. What’s people’s take on gold dress/blue dress? Yanni or Laurel?

    • Exactly—a wonderful Rorschach test! I’m gonna go with teal and sun yellow (or mustard)! The building is super nice, but I hate teal!

  11. I’m curious about the jutting balcony with the netting at the top of the red brick building next door. Is that somebody’s personal batting cage?

    • Actually that red building looks like an addition was added to a historical building, but it ended up a “hot mess”!

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