Six Senses to open in New York

Six Senses has announced it will open its flagship North American hotel in New York.

Photo by Bjarke Ingels Group
Photo by Bjarke Ingels Group

Based at HFZ Capital Group’s mixed use development project, which is currently under construction in New York’s High Line park, the hotel will open in 2019.

The overall project, named The Eleventh, features two towers between the High Line and Hudson River designed by architecture firm, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG).  


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Six Senses New York will be located within the East Tower of The Eleventh and feature 137 rooms and a large spa, with condominium residences above. The West Tower, the taller of the two, will be entirely dedicated to condominium residences.

HFZ Capital group chairman and founder Ziel Feldman, said: "Six Senses operates some of the most beautiful eco-conscious resorts in the world and we knew they were the right partner to explore that connection to nature and create something unique to New York City."

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