Marriot to erect a co-branded 67-Story hotel on Broadway, New York

Well, Broadway is just getting ready to add more landmarks to its already iconic location. Located at 1717 Broadway would soon be a twin pack of hotels from Marriott, courtesy of developer Harry Gross and his Granite Broadway Development team. Over a decade in planning, the 10,000-square-foot lot is said to contain a 67-story tower which will stand 716-foot tall, created by architect Nobutaka Ashihara, making it one of the tallest hotel structures in town. The hotel tower, dual-branded by Residence Inn and Courtyard by Marriott, is in the plans for a Broadway and 54th Street site near New York City’s Central Park.

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As per Ashihara’s floor plans, the plot will house two independent hotels that will be distinct in characteristics and severs and “Vertically stacked.” The Courtyard Inn would occupy floors 7 to 31, with 14 rooms per floor. The 30 stories atop will be home to Residence Inn, featuring 9 rooms per floor. The hotel will also have on offer a two-in-one combo for long term stays.

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