Trump SoHo Hotel Condominium New York

Trump SoHo represents the first luxury hotel condominium project in this lower Manhattan neighborhood. Standing at the corner of Spring and Varick Street as the tallest building between New York’s Financial District and Madison Square Park, the tower features uninterrupted panoramic views of the Manhattan landscape, with views of the Empire State Building, Hudson River and Statue of Liberty.

This $450 million project includes 391 guest room and suites featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, in addition to the largest presidential suite in all of New York City. Amenities include an in-house restaurant with concierge service, bar, library, banquet and meeting space. The building’s 11,000 square foot spa and fitness center includes an outdoor swimming pool atop a five-story podium, which also incorporates a sun deck. An urban public plaza sits to the east of the building with landscaped gardens.

Materials were assembled at an Enclos facility in Scoudouc, New Brunswick, Canada. Mockup testing confirmed the facade’s design load of 65 psi, with specific systems withstanding loads up to 80 psi.

Year:

2009

Facade Area:

172,000 sq ft

Location:

New York, NY

Market:

Hospitality, Residential

Height:

454 ft

Owner:

Bayrock Group, The Trump Organization, The Sapir Organization

General Contractor:

Lendlease

Architect:

Handel Architects

Engineer:

DeSimone Consulting Engineers

Facade Consultant:

Heitmann & Associates

Awards:

 
Best Tall Buildings 2010: Nominee
CTBUH, 2010

Hottest Project of the Year
NY Residential Magazine, 2009

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