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Marriott Fairfield designed by Gene Kaufman Architect opens this summer in Lower Manhattan

The 75,000-square-foot hotel will be adjacent to several low-rise buildings along Greenwich Street.

NEW YORK, NY – A 192-key Marriott Fairfield designed by Gene Kaufman Architect (GKA) will open this summer at 100 Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan.

The 75,000-square-foot hotel will be adjacent to several low-rise buildings along Greenwich Street. Matching the neighborhood’s scale, the new hotel has a five-story black granite base housing junior suites and a 2,400-square-foot ground-floor restaurant/bar.

The hotel’s 25-story tower uses air rights that were part of a zoning lot assemblage. The assemblage includes a previously completed 50-story Holiday Inn, also designed by GKA, diagonally behind the Fairfield at 99 Washington Street.

Said Gene Kaufman, Founder and Principal of Gene Kaufman Architect: “The new Fairfield Inn builds on the other Fairfield Inns we’ve designed in Manhattan as well as our other Financial District hotels. It’s not only a tried-and-true model, but it may also surpass its predecessors.”

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