HVS Design completes first Homewood Suites to open in Manhattan

HVS Design completed interior design services for the new Homewood Suites New York/Midtown Manhattan Times Square-South in New York, N.Y. This is the first Homewood Suites to open in Manhattan.

HVS Design developed a custom design that creates an urban, chic feel in the hotel's two-story lobby. The hotel has 293 suites in a mixture of studios and one-bedrooms.  

According to Jonathan C. Nehmer, AIA, ISHC, managing principal of HVS Design, design team’s goal was to incorporate an all-suite hotel within a narrow site.

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Guests at the Homewood Suites New York/Midtown Manhattan Times Square-South may make use of a seasonal rooftop deck and garden terrace, a boardroom that can accommodate up to 14 people and dedicated meeting space. Amenities include fully equipped kitchens and a complimentary grocery shopping service. 

Two floors of the hotel have the Atmosair allergy-free rooms. There is a business center, concierge services, an extended fitness center and a Suite Shop convenience store.

The 22-story hotel is owned by West 37th Street Operator, a joint venture between The Buccini/Pollin Group; Albanese Development Corporation; and Rockwood Capital. The hotel is managed by PM Hospitality Strategies (PMHS).

HVS Design is an interior design firm with offices in Rockville, Maryland and Boston, Mass., providing interior design services for the hospitality industry. Founded in 2000 as HVScompass, the firm has designed hundreds of hotels, luxury resorts, restaurants, golf/country clubs, timeshare communities and conference centers throughout the US and abroad.  HVS Design is jointly owned by Jonathan Nehmer + Associates (JN+A) and HVS. 

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