Construction Today 2018 - Volume 16, Issue 3 - 96
Commercial | ATRIA BUILDERS
ATRIA BUILDERS NEARS COMPLETION OF A NEW MANHATTAN HOTEL. BY KAT ZEMAN
ne of New York City's largest
redevelopment projects, Hudson Yards will alter the city's
skyline. The $20 billion planned
development aims to expand Manhattan's
midtown business district westward to the
Hudson Yards, targeted for completion
by 2021, will consist of 16 new skyscrapers
containing office, residential and retail
spaces. The area also will see additional
commercial office space, retail center, cafes,
markets and bars, cultural space, residences and open space.
Flushing, N.Y.-based Atria Builders is
building a new high-end hotel that neighbors the Hudson Yards mega-project. "This
whole area is being revamped," says
Andrew Pagnozzi, senior project manager.
"Hudson Yards is changing the skyline and
we're thrilled the Courtyard is in such great
proximity to this incredible development."
A privately held commercial developer,
Atria is nearing completion on a new $88
million Courtyard by Marriott Hotel at
34th Street and 10th Avenue on the West
Side of Manhattan.
The 29-story hotel, which broke ground in
2015, is targeted to open in the fourth quarter of 2018. Across the street, the Hudson
Yards towers are under construction. The
* Headquarters: Flushing, N.Y.
* Specia y: High-end commercial
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- Andrew Pagnozzi, enior project manager
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is nearing completion on
a new $88 million Courtyard by
Marriott Hotel in Manhattan.
hotel is in a prime location, directly across
the street from New York City's first Neiman
Marcus and one block from the 34th Street
subway stop that services seven new local
and express lines.
It will feature 399 guest rooms, many of
which will include majestic views of the
Hudson River and the city. "The Courtyard by Marriott hotel includes marble,
porcelain and high-end woodwork and