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Plans for a new hotel at 112 West 25th Street have undergone several iterations, and the site — formerly home to the Antiques Garage — was originally set to hold a 29-story hotel, developed by Extell. That concept is now defunct, and Lam Generation, an off-shoot of the Lam Group, has taken over; a tipster submitted a rendering of the project, and YIMBY has the reveal for the soon-to-be 39-story Renaissance Hotel.

112 West 25th Street will have 330 rooms, splitting 177,513 square feet, and construction is expected to begin in January of 2015. Demolition permits for the existing structure were filed back in January, and Lam Generation is now in the process of securing financing with the help of an EB-5 loan.

The new details come without any mention of an architect, though an educated guess would place Nobutaka Ashihara behind the design, given the firm’s previous work with Lam Group on projects like 215 Pearl Street. Appearance-wise, massing is simple — and the building lacks any real detail, with a glass facade rising above a relatively attractive entryway — and as long as the cladding is demure, Chelsea should avert another disaster.

While 39 floors would normally translate into a relatively impressive height, it would appear that ceilings will be very low at 112 West 25th Street, and the new Renaissance will be far from prominent, blending with other post-war banalities that have risen along Sixth Avenue.

Architecture in Chelsea is often value-engineered to oblivion, and while 112 West 25th Street is unlikely to offer any extreme departure from the neighborhood’s new normal, at least it is a step away from its cousins rising along 28th Street. Changing zoning to accommodate residential growth is what’s ultimately needed, and if policy can catch up to reality, more developments like 221 West 29th Street could rise, boosting supply, and enhancing the neighborhood’s character.

Completion of 112 West 25th Street is expected in July of 2017.
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This tower will rise 432 feet.

NEW YORK | 112 West 25th St. | 432 FT | 39 FLOORS
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Garden-Themed Hotel Coming to Old Antiques Garage Spot in Chelsea



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ans of the shuttered weekend-only Antiques Garage Flea Market and the neighboring flower district may find some solace in the design of the hotel coming to Chelsea.

“We’re doing a limestone façade for three floors,” said developer Jeffrey Lam of Lam Generation, who is building an otherwise glass 38-story Renaissance Hotel at 112 West 25th Street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue. “It was the Antiques Garage [so] the concept for this hotel was bringing back the flea market finds and keeping a garden-themed hotel.”

Architect Nobutaka Ashihara’s design for the four-star, 300-room hotel includes three setbacks for guest suite balconies with greenery visible from the street. The hotel will include a ground-floor restaurant, a rooftop bar (with more plantings) and an outdoor rooftop swimming pool, Mr. Lam told Commercial Observer.

The beloved Antiques Garage which was open on weekends at the site of a parking garage, closed in the summer of 2014 after an 11-year run. Mr. Lam, the president and chief executive officer at Lam Generation, purchased the property from Extell Development Company a year prior for $67.5 million.

With hotel rooms averaging 350 square feet, nightly rates at the 140,000-square-foot hotel will be about $400 per night, Mr. Lam said.

Soho Properties is buying the adjoining development site at 113-117 West 24th Street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue from Mr. Lam for $60 million, according to Soho Properties Chairman and CEO Sharif El-Gamal. The deal is slated to close at the end of this month, Mr. Lam said. Mr. Lam is retaining the portion of the site where the Renaissance Hotel will be erected, as The Real Deal previously reported.

“We got a great offer on it,” Mr. Lam told CO about the off-market deal. “We decided why don’t we just part with it.”

Lam Generation recently obtained its demolition permits and hopes to commence work this month. The project is slated for completion in 2018.
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This investment group, LAM, is big into the hotel scene.




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37-Story, 330-Key Renaissance Hotel Two Stories Above Street Level at 112 West 25th Street, Chelsea

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Construction is now two stories above street level on the 37-story, 330-key Marriott-branded Renaissance hotel under development at 112 West 25th Street, in Chelsea. Progress on the structure can be seen thanks to photos posted to the YIMBY Forums. The latest building permits indicate the tower will encompass 181,998 square feet and rise 432 feet to the top of its bulkhead structure.

A restaurant and banquet hall will be located on the ground and second floors. The hotel rooms will be located across the second through 34th floors, followed by another restaurant on the 36th floor. Lam Group is the developer and Nobutaka Ashihara’s Financial District-based firm is the architect. Completion is expected in 2018.



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Thread should be renamed to: NEW YORK | 112 West 25th Street | 432 FT | 37 FLOORS

37 Floors @ 432 ft.

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