Hotelier André Balazs envisioned his newest boutique hotel in the unlikeliest of places: the cobblestone streets of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, and spanning over a section of the remarkable High Line, the public park built on abandoned elevated railroad tracks running along Manhattan’s West Side.
Structure Tone completed $20 million of work for this iconic hotel in a whirlwind multi-phased four-month construction schedule to meet the project’s completion date before the annual Boston Marathon.
The Seaport Hotel, in an effort to stay competitive in the fast-changing Seaport area, hired Structure Tone to manage their extensive 240,000sf guestroom renovation project.
The Marriott NY EDITION Hotel project involved the conversion and extensive interior and exterior renovation of the former 41-story MetLife landmark office building.
The Three Sisters is the name of Tullamore D.E.W.’s new visitor centre in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland. Coinciding with the launch of Tullamore D.E.W.’s new whiskey, this small but ultra high spec project moves Tullamore D.E.W. back to its traditional home, illustrating how the Tullamore D.E.W. brand has grown recently.
Pavarini McGovern built this a new, 567,000sf, 57-story mixed-use building with 372,000sf of residential space and 195,000sf which included restaurants, bars, a spa and a fitness studio. Just steps away from the Empire State Building, both the hotel and condo spaces feature high-end finishes, materials and millwork.
Manhattan’s legendary Grand Hyatt New York completed $130M, multi-phased renovation in 2011. Located near Grand Central Station, Grand Hyatt New York boasts meticulously redesigned guestrooms and suites, a transformed lobby and mezzanine, ballrooms, and the innovative grab-and-go food outlet, Market.