Moxy to open new Manhattan hotel this autumn

New 349-bedroom, 37 storey hotel set to open in autumn in New York City's Flower District.

The new Moxy Chelsea has been designed by architects Stonehill Taylor with an industrial façade and greenhouse-style atrium.

The hotel will open on 105W 28th St (at 6th Avenue) and has been developed by Lightstone as part of Marriott International’s experiential Moxy Hotels brand.

President of Lightstone Mitchell Hochberg said: "Moxy Chelsea brings a fresh vibrancy to the historic Flower District, where culture and commerce converge. It’s set to become a destination where visitors and locals can connect in a natural and inclusive way." 

The ground floor café, restaurant and second-floor lobby have been designed by Rockwell Group.

Set in Manhattan’s historic Flower District, the front façade and glass-enclosed conservatory has a three-storey-high living wall and greenhouse-style windows.

Beyond the two meeting studios and co-working lounge, an outdoor garden terrace offers food from a Neapolitan-style pizza oven.

On the hotel's 35th floor a glass-enclosed rooftop lounge has spectacular, expansive views that stretch from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building.

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