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Hotel Gansevoort

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 Hotel Gansevoort at night
Hotel Gansevoort at night

The Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC Hotel or Hotel Gansevoort is a luxury hotel located at 18 Ninth Avenue between Little West 12th Street and 13th Street in the Meatpacking District neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The building, which was completed in 2004, was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs and has interiors by Andi Pepper.[1] It has 187 rooms and 23 suites and features a rooftop pool and bar, among other amenities.

The Gansevoort Hotel was the first urban resort to be developed in New York, as well as the first luxury hotel in the Meatpacking District.[2] Gansevoort Hotel Group, which owns the brand, expanded with the 2011 opening of Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC[3] and a third-party management deal in Turks and Caicos.[4]

GHG is a subsidiary of WSA Management Ltd.,[5] a real estate development and management firm whose principals are Michael Achenbaum and Arik Kislin.[6][7][8]

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