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11th Ave Marriott Tribute Hotel

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Project Location  
Located at the corner of 37th Street and 11th Avenue, the Hotel entrance is directly across the street from Javits Center, the busiest convention center in the United States.
Project Summary  

  • Marriott Premium 5-Star Hotel Brand: Tribute Portfolio – a family of independent boutique hotels with individual personalities united by a sense of character
  • 52 stories, 379 guestrooms
  • 270,400 square feet on approx. 9,875 square feet of land
  • Magnificent Views: All rooms have magnificent views of the iconic Hudson River and New Jersey or of Northern Manhattan

Amenities include:

  • Full-service restaurant
  • Private boardroom
  • Meeting rooms
  • Ballroom for weddings and receptions
  • Bar and lounge
  • Fitness center
Project Highlights  
The Project is an upscale full-service Marriott Tribute Portfolio hotel with all rooms facing unobstructed views of the iconic Hudson River in Manhattan. Hotel amenities include a full-service restaurant, ballroom for weddings and receptions, private boardroom, meeting rooms, speakeasy style bar & lounge, fitness center, golf simulator and activity room. With 52 stories and 2 below grade levels, the building stands tall rising 608 feet above street level and will always be visible on the New York City skyline. Located across the street from the Javits Center, it is a prime location for convention guests. Conveniently located in the Hudson Yards area, it offers excellent dining options and high-end shopping. Part of the architectural vision, curtain walls will make a statement on the west side during sunset, forming a copper tone visual mosaic reflecting on alternating angular glass panels.