New York-based real estate company converts button factory into boutique hotel


New York real estate investors Bridgeton have transformed a former button and ribbon factory in the city into a new boutique hotel.

Walker Hotel Tribeca is situated in a Renaissance Revival style building that was first constructed in 1899 and now boasts 171 bedrooms across its 10 floors, alongside a number of F&B destinations following the renovation project.

The rooms are split into seven categories and the hotel is home to a total of six food and drink venues, including a 45-cover restaurant and a lower-ground cocktail bar that gives a feel of walking into the ‘Victorian era’.

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Inside the bedrooms there are marble baths, rain showers, tobacco leather professor chairs, herringbone wood floors and crisp linens.

There’s also an 11th-floor rooftop terrace rooftop with a capacity for up to 160 people that provides views across the north of New York and along Broadway.

A 24-seater reading room can also be hired for events.

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