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grzywinski+pons: nolitan hotel
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jul 30, 2011
grzywinski+pons: nolitan hotel


‘the nolitan’ by grzywinski+pons located in new york, new york
all images courtesy of the nolitan

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.

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.


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.


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.’


rooms provide sweeping views of the skyline


bathroom with city views



entry to lobby


library


sunken lounge with library


library

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