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835 Sixth Avenue: Eventi Hotel and the Beatrice Residences

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Perkins Eastman

Client/Owner

JD Carlisle Development Co.

Consultants

  • Interior Designer: Philip Koether Architects (The Beatrice Residences)
  • Interior Designer: Colum Mccartan (Eventi Hotel)
  • Structural Engineer: Severud Associates
  • Mechanical Engineer: Dagher Engineering
  • Electrical Engineer: Dagher Engineering
  • Plumbing Engineer: Dagher Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers
  • VDA Vertical Transportation Systems
  • Shen Milsom & Wilke
  • Philip Habib & Associates
  • Landscape Architect: Lee Weintraub Landscape Architecture
  • Israel Berger & Associates

Project Status

Built

Year Completed

2010

Size

620,000 sq. feet
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Project Description

In an emerging residential area at the edge of Manhattan's bustling Chelsea neighborhood, Perkins Eastman's new 620,000 sf tower creates a vibrant destination with its mixed-use program. Rising out of a landscaped urban plaza, the 53-story building comprises 32 floors of luxury rental apartments, a 290-key hotel with banquet facilities and meeting rooms, restaurants and entertainment space, and additional amenities, including a spa.

An elegant contribution to the New York City skyline, 835 Sixth Avenue features architectural and structural innovations that belie its slender profile. As the tallest building in the neighborhood, 835 Sixth Avenue was designed to take advantage of views of the Hudson River to the west and the East River to the east. With separate entrances, the building's design allows residents, hotel guests, and visitors alike to utilize all of its facilities. The plaza is open to the public and leads to a lobby entrance, used to access the second-floor restaurant and retail space visible from the street outside, while a lounge and terrace on the 53rd Floor provides sweeping 360-degree views of the entire city.

In a location typified by its proximity to Penn Station, 835 Sixth Avenue boldly interprets its rhythms in the distinctive facade, uniquely expressing the building's mix of uses.
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