Imperial Companies, in partnership with the Shorenstein family, announced in June the official start of leasing at Henry Hall, an ultra-hip and posh rental property in the heart of Hudson Yards. The building will offer a residential option that merges New York’s nightlife and boutique hotel experience with luxury residential living.
Henry Hall will debut Delicious Hospitality’s new food and beverage restaurant. The restaurant, bar and lounges will be spread over the building’s first and second floors, merging with common spaces — such as the second-floor bar, drawing room and wine room.
“Every space, however unique, public or private, is considered an essential part of the Henry Hall story. They become a defining element of the residential experience,” said Eric Birnbaum, co-founder and partner at Imperial Companies. “So many people would love to live in their favorite hotel or have the City’s newest restaurant be just downstairs — Henry Hall makes that a reality.”
Located at 515 West 38th Street, the 33-story building offers 225 studios made up of 1- and 2-bedroom residences. In contrast to the glass towers dominating the Hudson Yards neighborhood, Henry Hall gives a thoughtful nod to ‘Old New York’ with its brick and steel façade.
The signature style continues throughout the building’s interior, courtesy of Interior Designer Ken Fulk.
“We styled the lobby, restaurant and bars after the kind of places where you feel good just being there. It’s high style amped up for a new generation with vibrant colors and patterns, but the focus is on art, music, food and drinks,” said Fulk. “Nothing is too precious, nothing is too pristine, it is beautiful yet it feels like home. The apartments were outfitted as a modern take on traditional grand hotels and in keeping with that theme the amenity spaces — were all created to extend the holistic experience of a boutique hotel to those lucky enough to live here.”
In addition to the restaurant and second floor lounge, Henry Hall residents will have access to an array of amenities, including a “jam room,” resident’s club room, private dining rooms and wine room, roof deck, training center and more.
Hudson Yard is also within close proximity to major transportation hubs and the city’s finest shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural venues.
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