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11th Avenue Marriott

Project Location

Mid-town Manhattan is located in the most crowded and prosperous area of Manhattan Island, with the world’s densest ratio of skyscrapers. New York City is home to world-renown buildings such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, and Radio City Music Hall. Important transportation hubs such as Grand Central Station, Pennsylvania Station, and New York Port Terminal are also located in this area. This hotel project is located at the heart of a major expansion of Mid-town Manhattan into the West Side. The government is investing billions of dollars to develop over 20 million square feet into the new central business district (CBD). Over one billion dollars is dedicated to the expansion of the Javits Center alone. Other developments include high-end office buildings, luxury residential buildings, a large commercial center, and entertainment studios. This hotel project is near the famous High Line Parkand is a 3-minute walk from the new subway station.

Project Summary


  • Marriott is the largest hotel chain in the world

  • The Aloft hotel brand (owned by Marriott) is referred to as “a vision of w hotels,” featuring a modern, fresh contemporary design and style

  • 41 stories, 440 guest rooms

  • Approximately 264,000 square feet hotel

  • Approximately 9,900 square feet of land

  • Ground floor retail space, meeting space, exercise room, wxyz bar, re:mix lounge, re : fuel grab-and-go market.


Project Highlights


  • Funds monitored by award-winning third-party fund administrator

  • Competitive pricing structure

  • Located in the heart of Manhattan’s newest Central Business District (CBD)

  • Directly across from the Main Entrance of the Jacob Javits Convention Center, the “busiest convention center in the United States” with over 3.5 million visitors a year

  • Close to world-famous landmarks:

    • Times Square

    • Empire State Building

    • Madison Square Garden

    • James Farley Post Office

    • New York University

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