Tribeach files plans for 27-story
Midtown hotel

The 343-key hotel would replace a parking garage at 145 West 47th Street

Apr.April 11, 2017 01:00 PM

Developer Tribeach Holdings filed plans Tuesday for a 27-story hotel at 145 West 47th Street. The hotel, situated between Sixth and Seventh avenues, would feature 343 rooms on 141,558 square feet of residential space.

Plans show that the building would also include a parking area on the second, third, and fourth floors, as well as a restaurant on the fifth. Floors seven through 26 would each include 17 rooms, with an additional three rooms on the sixth floor.

The proposed development would require zoning approval, according to Tuesday’s filing.

Stahl Real Estate sold the property in March 2016 for $101.2 million to an LLC associated with Tribeach, according to property records, and the space is listed as a parking garage operated by Icon Parking.

Tribeach did not immediately respond to request for comment. The exact ownership structure of the property is unclear.

Berg + Moss Architects, the architect of record, declined to comment.

City records show that a demolition permit was filed for the existing seven-story building in January.

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