SIXTY Montreal to debut late 2016

SIXTY Hotels announced a new project in Montreal, Canada. Slated to open late 2016, the collective formed by hospitality leaders Jason Pomeranc, Lawrence Pomeranc, Michael Pomeranc and Stephen Brandman, will open its sixth property --  SIXTY Montreal -- in Montreal’s financial and cultural districts as their first international venture.

New York based design firm ICRAVE will spearhead the interior design, in collaboration with NEUF architects. SIXTY Montreal will be located between Place Des Art and Palais des Congres on René Lévesque Boulevard in the Central Business District, a few blocks from Old Montreal. The project will entail the complete redevelopment of an existing building and will debut 120 guestrooms and suites, event spaces, a restaurant and lounge and 70 branded luxury residences.

“SIXTY is going international” said Stephen Brandman, co-owner of SIXTY Hotels. “This is an exciting, and busy, time for us. In NYC, we’ve completed our head-to-toe renovation of SIXTY SoHo and will debut our new restaurant, Sessanta, in Spring, and we’re reimagining our rooftop bar lounge at SIXTY LES in the Lower East Side. Soon we’ll be debuting Nautilus, a SIXTY hotel in Miami, then embarking on a project at SIXTY Beverly Hills in LA to restyle and revitalize all the rooms and suites while introducing 12 additional guestrooms, and a new, multifunctional event space. Opening SIXTY Montreal in 2016 will be a fantastic next step for our new company, and we’re delighted to be working with a great set of partners to open the first SIXTY Hotel abroad.”

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