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Located at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets, The Nolitan Hotel is the first boutique hotel to grace Nolita – one of the most endearing and authentic neighborhoods in New York City. The Nolitan offers guests much more than luxurious design accommodations, unique amenities and fantastic food: it provides a genuine New York experience, a real sense of belonging and incredibly personal service. It’s the kind of “luxury meets low-key” hotel you always wished you could find in New York…
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Located at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets, The Nolitan Hotel is the first boutique hotel to grace Nolita – one of the most endearing and authentic neighborhoods in New York City. The Nolitan offers guests much more than luxurious design accommodations, unique amenities and fantastic food: it provides a genuine New York experience, a real sense of belonging and incredibly personal service.
It’s the kind of “luxury meets low-key” hotel you always wished you could find in New York City. The intimate hotel has 55 rooms, which means every guest can expect personalized attention and intuitive service.
The Nolitan is hard at work making you feel at home BEFORE you even check in. Each reservation is followed up on with a direct email asking guests to complete a personal profile. The questions asked, enables the staff to anticipate needs and provide customized service.
From the right pillow type, to arranging for organic groceries in your room, organizing your gym schedule or even booking a bath for your dog, making each and every guest feel at home is what The Nolitan is all about.
Creating a place that connects visitors to the neighborhood in an authentic way is at the heart of this project. The Nolitan was created by Veracity Development, which has deep roots in this community and is fully invested in the long-term growth and prosperity of Nolita.
Architecture & Design The Nolitan was designed by Grzywinski+Pons, a New York City based practice that really understands the character of Nolita. Principals Matthew Grzywinski and Amador Pons worked closely with Veracity Development to create an authentic neighborhood place that both reflects and enhances the unique character of Nolita.
The design of the hotel emphasizes connectivity with the architecture of Nolita. The ground floor has a glass façade, integrating the hotel into the neighborhood around it. Some guests can enjoy the street life from their private balconies; other guests can enjoy floor to ceiling windows in their rooms that provide an unobstructed view of the neighborhood and the magnificent skyline.
The use of channel glass in the rooms opens up the space to the streetscape below without compromising privacy. Since The Nolitan is about feeling at home and like a part of the community, creating comfortable and welcoming public spaces in the hotel was essential.
The Nolitan features a lobby lounge, the on-site restaurant ellabess and a breathtaking rooftop. The Lobby Lounge: The Nolitan’s lobby lounge is a place where you can kick back with friends and family for a drink, a quick bite to eat, or a leisurely game of chess.
There’s also an impressive library curated by Phaidon Books. The lounge features a sunken seating area with a dramatic double height ceiling and appointments finished with lush fabrics and upholstery that are welcoming and warm, so settle in and get comfortable.
ellabess: The Nolitan is proud to feature world-class dining on-site. ellabess, the seasonal American restaurant headed by acclaimed chef Troy Unruh, is operated by Epicurean Management, the hospitality company whose restaurants include New York City favorites dell’anima, L’Artusi and Anfora.
Unruh offers guests a variety of market fresh dishes, such as Peeky Toe Crab with Squash, Uni Butter, Cilantro, and Sesame Cracker; Roasted Lamb Sirloin with Black Cardamom and Baby Fennel; and Rhubarb Clafouti with Sweet Corn Ice Cream.
Unruh’s menu is complemented by a diverse and thoughtful beer, wine and cocktail list featuring a variety of classic and contemporary drinks. The 70-seat restaurant and lounge is designed by Grzywinski+Pons, and features two full walls of windows, providing natural light throughout the space and enabling guests to watch the activity in the neighborhood.
Diners will also find custom-made oak tables and chairs, Austrian white oak floors, and a white Carrera marble bar. ellabess is open daily, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and is be a destination for hotel guests and New Yorkers alike.
The Rooftop: The Nolitan’s rooftop offers 2,400 square feet of deck space with sweeping city views of downtown, midtown, Brooklyn and more. The hotel’s landscaped rooftop offers seating which can be configured for special events or private parties.
The rooftop’s design creates the ultimate oasis in the city with shade canopies for sunny days and an outdoor fireplace for chilly nights. Guest Rooms Guest rooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes (eight types to be exact).
There are Neighborhood rooms and Cityscape rooms – some with private balconies and others with floor to ceiling windows. There’s something for everyone at The Nolitan. Each hotel room features a king or queen size bed, beautiful hardwood oak floors and Corian® accented bathrooms appointed with rain shower fixtures, plush bathrobes and bath amenities by Nolita’s own Red Flower.
Most guest rooms have an open bathroom layout and a separate WC. Modern amenities such as 37” HD flat screen televisions by LG, iPod enabled stereos by Vers and premium in-room entertainment are standard in all guest rooms.
The hotel prides itself on providing guests with an affordable mini bar with a wide variety of offerings from classic standards like M&Ms to health-conscious choices like coconut water and Pop Chips, and peanut allergy sensitive products like non-factory made cookies.
Services & Amenities The Nolitan Hotel’s services and amenities provide all the comforts of home combined with the luxury that makes staying in a boutique hotel special. To provide superior service, The Nolitan has created a suite of services and amenities that truly distinguish the hotel.
All hotel guests can take advantage of special shopping offers, personalized services and discounts provided by partnering neighborhood boutiques and brands. There are also Nolitan branded skateboards and bicycles for loan at the front desk, so you can really hit the streets.
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The material palette for the entire project was chosen to be elemental rather than a surface treatment and the intention is that – with use and age – the materials will develop a patina or richness rather than become shabby. The exterior is comprised largely of terraced terra cotta shingles, exposed concrete, glass and wood. Grzywinski+Pons carried some of the same materials (and all of the same philosophy) to the interiors. We used European Oak floors finished so as to look unfinished, exposed concrete, ceramic tile, leather, felt, blackened steel – all real, elemental finishes that share the characteristics of warmth, texture and authenticity. Bathed in the northern light via the channel glass the interiors trade none of their cozy cheerfulness for sophistication.
Nolita’s first luxury boutique hotel is ready to welcome visitors all over the world. The guests will be able to enjoy five-star dining as well as a very friendly and comfortable stay. The chic new hotel offer underground clubs, posh music venues and modern art boutiques together with comfy and inviting rooms. The hotel was designed by New York Based design firm Grzywinski+Pons.
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The managed to do by using warm woods, leathers and bear skin rugs, together with other friendly elements. The hotel also features a floor-to-ceiling bookcase together with long, family-style sofas for comfortable and pleasant moments. The hotel offers 55 suites and a roof deck with incredibly beautiful views. The rooms are decorated in neutral and quiet tones like grey, tan and white, creating a very relaxing and pleasant atmosphere. Some rooms have balconies while others have floor-to-ceiling glass windows, so everyone would be able to enjoy the beautiful views.
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Because the architects working at this project were native inhabitants and were familiar with the neighborhood, they knew exactly how to work in order to incorporate the new building in the surroundings and to make it feel part of the community. The architecture team worked closely with Edmond Li, Owner of Veracity Development and together they managed to create a very warm hotel where everyone would feel like home.
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new york based practice grzywinski+pons collaborated with veracity development to complete ‘the nolitan‘, located in the grace nolita neighborhood of new york city. set to open its doors to the public on august 1, 2011, this will be the area’s first boutique hotel. the venue will hybrid luxury and domestic comfort prioritizing access to the immediate surroundings to present an authentic local experience along with modern accommodations, amenities and food.
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full height glass windows screened with channel glass a glass facade at ground level along with several balconies ensures a constant visual connection to the urban landscape. floor to ceiling windows ensures unobstructed views of the skyline with channel glass to maintain privacy. a comfortable lounge area with a contemporary library welcomes guests in the lobby. the landscaped rooftop becomes a year round destination for residents and guests with shaded terraces and outdoor fireplace.
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Text description provided by the architects. The Nolitan Hotel is a 55 room boutique property in downtown Manhattan. It also features a restaurant at grade and a roof deck. The building, interiors, restaurant and rooftop were designed by Grzywinski+Pons.
in addition to the conventional reservation, a personalized profile will give employees ample time to prepare for individual needs before their arrival. with only fifty five rooms, the limited capacity ensures a personalized stay for all guests. a variety of room arrangements provides visitors with the fitting option to acclimate quickly and venture into the neighborhood with rentable bicycles and skateboards.
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edmond li, owner of veracity development has stated: ‘with the nolitan hotel, I hope to share this place with citizens of the world, while creating a hub for the neighborhood that year-round residents can enjoy. the nolitan hotel is both a luxury boutique property and a neighborhood place where everyone will feel at home.’
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In addition to the loggias Grzywinski+Pons especially wanted to foster a connection to the neighborhood at the street level and we played with the section of the ground floor: we dropped the restaurant dining room and a portion of the lounge two feet below the street level and left portions of both the restaurant and reception double height. We wanted to abstract the view of the street and its vehicular traffic with this lower perspective from the dining room and also added a ceramic frit to the glass there. In the lobby the double height point supported glass provides more of a direct unfettered connection to the street. Within the guest rooms themselves we alternated channel glass with fully transparent panels centered on dramatic sightlines. By using a low iron glass we avoided the melancholic effect of northern light with a greenish cast and instead the frostiness fortifies the daylight for a bright cheerful effect. Privacy and/or views can be maintained without sacrificing daylighting.
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The Nolitan is located on the corner of Elizabeth and Kenmare Streets. Kenmare is a wider thoroughfare with a comparatively larger scale than the neighborhood – Nolita – that it bisects. It was our intention for the hotel to act as architectural and programmatic connective tissue joining the northern and southern parts of the district. The lot itself is a rather constrained trapezoid but it offers a lot of facade and exposure (principally northern) in relation to it’s area. Grzywinski+Pons wanted to celebrate and exploit that opportunity but reduce the potential reading of the northern facade as an outsize bulk so we bifurcated the building into an eastern and western volume. While each part is clad in the same family of materials and fused at grade with a contiguous ground floor there is enough of a break to address the scale. This division of the mass also allowed us to address the narrowing site with a realignment of the corridor and guest rooms yielding more space and allowing us to put loggias on all the rooms in the western half.
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