A Manhattan Neighborhood Welcomes Its First Boutique Hotel
Most people in New York City might think of a certain musical when they hear “in the Heights.” That means Washington Heights, located way up at the northern tip of the island. It’s known for its parks, food, and community, and now it has its first-ever boutique hotel. Radio Hotel, designed by MVRDV and Stonehill Taylor with interiors from Workshop/APD, opened last fall. Its exterior is comprised of LEGO-like “blocks” in bright primary colors, anchoring a mixed-use development that includes a Santo Domingo-inspired restaurant, 10,000 sq. ft. of dedicated event space, 175,000 sq. ft. of office and retail space, an 8,000-square-foot activated courtyard, and a rooftop lounge. As for the hotel itself, it boasts 221 rooms and suites that draw on the neighborhood’s own local flair.
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