When developer Barone Management’s web page about the 96-room hotel under construction at 447 Washington Street showed up in my Google alert, I was most interested to see that “the hotel is expected to open in 2021.” (It also says that the official groundbreaking was in December of 2018, but that’s a typo; it was 2017.) And then I realized that there were a bunch of drawings of the interior. It’s entirely possible that these are extremely preliminary drawings, but they’re awfully detailed to have no basis in reality….
According to Barone, the hotel will include “three fine dining outlets with banquet space, private dining rooms, the largest screening room in lower Manhattan, a private members club, a rooftop swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool, and a full-service spa. Upon completion, this property will be one of the most luxurious hotels in New York City.”
The website for DPW Holdings, an investor in the project, mentions only a single restaurant-with-bar and says that “plans may also include a private member club.” (Italics mine.) DPW also states that there will be “a 1,500-square-foot interior courtyard.”
For those of you just tuning in, I’ve thrown in some more exterior renderings at the bottom.
Source: Tribeca Citizen