Rise and shine New York — in Brooklyn's hip luxury boutique hotel, the Wythe
Friendly, sustainable design includes original brick, reclaimed wood and LED lighting
A Brooklyn, New York state of mind resonates at Reynard's Restaurant
The library at the Wythe, where you can hang out indefinately
The lofts at the Wythe have more floor area than most New York apartments
At the Wythe it's a material world — restored, reclaimed, recycled and reborn
A thoughtful and inspiring conversion from factory to urban boutique hotel in one of Brooklyn's hottest neighborhoods, never losing sight of its neighbor across the river...
Brooklyn is experiencing a renaissance, and we couldn’t be more excited! It has a rich architectural heritage and a diverse demographic makeup. It is an international community of neighborhoods, each with its own pride of place.
Brooklyn has always had soul, and it is growing more popular as a place to live, dine, shop, and spend the night.
The Wiliamsburg section of Brooklyn has long been known for its residential streets lined with well-manicured brownstones. The heritage of Williamsburg is further revealed in other buildings such as theaters, civic buildings, and factories many of which, today, are designated New York City Landmarks. One former factory in particular has been brilliantly transformed into the hip and soulful Wythe Hotel. The location couldn’t be better, with views to the East River and the Manhattan skyline.
The original factory building dates to 1901 and features exposed brick walls, timber-framed ceilings of great height, and great big window openings. These characteristics translate wonderfully into a hotel or residential use. The Wythe is taller than the buildings in the surrounding area and offers truly spectacular views to Manhattan. These views were captured by adding a new multi-storied, glass and steel penthouse and a west-facing exterior wall.
The Wythe Hotel conversion was designed by Morris Adjmi Architects. The hotel has 72 rooms and suites (“lofts.”) Guest rooms are modern and minimalist, complementing the building’s historic features while creating a unique urban “vibe.” Public spaces feature environmentally-friendly furnishings, finishes and lighting.
Dining is available until midnight at Reynard Restaurant, and non-guests are welcome. The Wythe offers several meeting and event spaces including an outdoor terrace and a private screening room.
Image source: the Wythe Hotel
80 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11249