BBG Designs Pioneering Green Renovation and Boutique Hotel in New York
Developer Tribeca Associates selected Brennan Beer Gorman Architects (BBG) to design its latest mixed-use office and boutique hotel at 330 Hudson Street. The twelve storey boutique hotel rising atop the historic office building integrates seamlessly with an architectural concept that transforms Hudson Square into a vibrant, thriving business environment and luxury destination. Setting a new standard for responsible sustainable design and environmental stewardship, 330 Hudson will be one of the few Silver LEED Certified hotels in the US.
330 Hudson Street will feature the redevelopment of the existing historic 8 storey masonry warehouse building into 292,000 SF of office space, 15,000 of retail space, and a 171-room luxury boutique hotel tower. Upon completion, the twenty-two story building will contain a 7,000 square foot rooftop event space, rooftop pool, sky bar, signature restaurant, outdoor terraces, conference center, and a fitness center.
330 Street Hudson spans nearly 100 years of design: the high quality “bones” of 20th century construction coupled with the addition of the latest, cutting edge systems, design vision and amenities. Originally built in 1910, the existing palazzo scale warehouse building was designed by Charles Haight as a U shaped structure facing Hudson Street, featuring magnificent views as well as a significant courtyard at the building’s east side. BBG’s design renovation retains the original external structure continuing the courtyard’s role as an important iconic element.
Designed with optimal efficiency in mind, 330 Hudson features a completely new infrastructure package. Among the few hotels in the US to attain a Silver LEED Certification, its sustainable design features makes the building revolutionary in its scope of environmental consciousness.