Gene Kaufman, AvroKO collaborate for tommie Hudson Square

Commune Hotels & Resorts announced that this Fall it will debut tommie Hudson Square, the premiere property of its new brand, tommie, located at 231 Hudson Street in Manhattan.

Designed by architect Gene Kaufman, and design and concept firm AvroKO, tommie Hudson Square is a 325-room urban hotel located in Manhattan's former printing district.

Most of the property's guestrooms will have views of the Hudson River. The rooms will include multi-functional furnishings, such as a convertible “flip down” desk, a flexible open closet and an alcove bed perched against a window. Rooms will also include materials such as solid walnut tabletops and handmade porcelain tiles that intermingle with soft colors and natural light throughout. 

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tommie Hudson Square also partnered with chef Harold Moore of New York's Commerce restaurant to bring the city its first “meat & three” restaurant.

Javier Egipciaco will serve as the GM of tommie Hudson Square.

Following the debut of tommie Hudson Square, the brand will introduce its second property in 2016 with a 250-room location on West 31st Street in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood, with future developments in domestic and international markets. 

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