The brick envelope is nearing the top of 292 Fifth Avenue, a new mixed-use hotel designed by Gene Kaufman Architect on the border of Koreatown and NoMad. Developed by Sam Chang, the 21-story project is located between West 30th Street and West 31st Street and is slated to house a Le Meridien hotel and 16 residential units.
292 Fifth Avenue
The brick façade is rising at 292 Fifth Avenue, a new Midtown mixed-use hotel designed by Gene Kaufman Architect. Located along the border of Koreatown and NoMad, the reinforced concrete structure topped out earlier this year. Sam Chang is the developer of the project.
A new, mixed-use hotel tower has topped-out just south of Koreatown, in Manhattan, at 292 Fifth Avenue. From developer Sam Chang, the property is his second Midtown hotel currently approaching its completion date.
Located at 292 Fifth Avenue, between West 30th Street and West 31st Street on the edge of NoMad and Koreatown, a new hotel is now rising quickly above ground level. Its architect is Gene Kaufman, designer of the world’s tallest Holiday Inn down at 99 Washington Street in the Financial District, and renderings have also now been posted on-site.
UPDATE: Per DDG, the firm involved at 292 Fifth Avenue is a different DDG, so the comparison to 100 Franklin Street and 345 Meatpacking is invalid. Fresh permits reveal a 20-story hotel and residential building is…