Cassa Hotel and Residences now leasing in Hell’s Kitchen

Residences range from $3,105 per month for a studio to $10,050 for a three-bedroom

TRD New York /
May.May 27, 2014 04:50 PM

UPDATED, 10:30 a.m., May 28: Cassa Hotel and Residences in Hell’s Kitchen is now leasing, with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing handling the exclusive marketing and leasing on behalf of developers the Chetrit Group and Assa Properties. 

The 12-story, high-end boutique hotel and rental building includes 108 residences, from studios to three-bedrooms. The first four floors of the building, located at 515 Ninth Avenue, between 38th and 39th streets, will function as the Cassa Hotel. Floors five through twelve will house rental units. Residents of the rentals will be able to enter their part of the building both through the hotel’s entrance or a private lobby, according to a release from Douglas Elliman.

“With the expansion of the High Line and excitement surrounding Hudson Yards, Cassa Hotel and Residences with its unique hotel experience is destined to become one of the premier rental properties in this booming area,” Cliff Finn, executive vice president at Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, said in the release.

Rental rates at the residence range from $3,200 for a studio to $10,150 for a three-bedroom. A one-bedroom will go for $4,450 a month, while the two-bedrooms go for $6,400.

The luxury apartments feature whitewashed oak cabinetry and bathrooms with soaking tubs and porcelain floors. Some residences will also include private outdoor terraces.

A green lawn and a spa tub will be located on the rooftop sundeck of the building. A fitness center and private storage will be available for hotel guests and available for residents for an additional fee. The same is true for room service, housekeeping, dry cleaning and in-room massages, among other perks. — Claire Moses


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