Yabu Pushelberg To Design Park Hyatt New York

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hospitalitydesign.com
1/4/2014

Park Hyatt New York will debut in Midtown Manhattan this summer. Set on West 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, the hotel is designed by New York–based Yabu Pushelberg.

Inside the 90-story One57 skyscraper—designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc—the hotel will house 210 guestrooms, including 92 suites, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. At 475 square feet, the standard rooms at Park Hyatt New York will be among the largest in New York City and the majority of deluxe rooms will span 530 square feet.

Inspired by New York's most well appointed homes, Park Hyatt New York will capture the energy and vibrancy of the city, layering modern materials and furnishings. Yabu Pushelberg curated a collection of intimate public and personal areas filled with art and custom furnishings. These 350 pieces will be showcased throughout the property, with at least 10 pieces designed specifically for Park Hyatt New York.

Executive chef Sam Hazen will lead Park Hyatt New York's culinary operations, including dining at The Living Room, in the signature restaurant, and the event space. The 60-seat Living Room, which overlooks Carnegie Hall, will lead patrons to the signature restaurant, which will seat 96. The hotel's elegant ballroom, featuring illuminated white onyx walls and high ceilings, is large enough to host a seated dinner for 220 or a standing reception for 450. Spa Nalai will also offer six treatment suites as well as private balconies.