Downtown’s NoMo SoHo to debut penthouse

TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Apr.April 29, 2017 12:00 PM
 

Alex Sapir and Rotem Rosen and NoMo Soho

NoMo SoHo wants to take you higher. The high-end 264-room hotel is unveiling a new 1,100-square-foot signature suite with 1,000 square feet of Outdoor Terrace space.

“The penthouse is truly going to be one-of-a-kind and will offer SoHo visitors an extraordinary hotel accommodation to unwind or entertain and will also be available for long-term stays,” Brian Sparacino, NoMo SoHo brand representative, told Yahoo. “Located at the top of NoMo SoHo hotel, the rooftop penthouse will overlook all that’s great in Manhattan and will be just steps away from Soho district’s premier shopping boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and New York City’s most compelling attractions.”

Located on the hotel’s 26th floor, the penthouse will be a customizable space with a kitchenette, wet bar, large living area and a master bedroom. It will officially be available June 1. Thus far there is no word on pricing.

ASRR & Gerard Guez agreed to buy the hotel for $205mm from Deutsche Bank in 2014 in a Foreclosure sale.  [Yahoo]Christopher Cameron


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