Sbe to open Temple Detroit in 2020 as first in House of Originals brand

sbe to open Temple Detroit in 2020 as first hotel of House of Originals brand.
The developer is working with architecture firm McIntosh Poris Associates alongside Kravitz Design to complete the 190,000 square foot 1920s Albert Kahn-designed building. Photo credit: sbe

Sbe is scheduled to debut Temple Detroit, a House of Originals hotel, in June 2020 through a collaboration with developer Byzantine Holdings and its partners Christos Moisides, David Sutherland and Gretchen Carhartt Valade.

The $72-million project is the first hotel to be signed following the debut of the House of Originals brand.

The developer is working with architecture firm McIntosh Poris Associates alongside Kravitz Design (Lenny Kravitz' New York-based interior design company) to complete the 190,000-square-foot Albert Kahn-designed building from the 1920s.

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The eight-story Temple Detroit will have 100 hotel rooms and 70 residential units, in addition to a sbe restaurant and mixology/nightclub venues that will have DJs, live music and entertainment available in the subterranean club and exclusive Vault Bar.

Other amenities will include the rooftop pool and lounge that will have skyline views of Detroit and a full-service spa.

Indoor and outdoor event spaces will also be available throughout the property.

The House of Originals brand collection also includes the Sanderson and St Martins Lane in London, 10 Karakoy in Istanbul, and the Shore Club in Miami Beach. sbe eyes to grow the brand to 50 hotels by 2021.

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