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1 Hotels, SH Group Set February 2017 Opening for Brooklyn Bridge Property

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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

BROOKLYN, N.Y.—1 Hotels, the mission-driven luxury lifestyle hotel brand announced that the newest addition to its portfolio, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, is set to make its debut in February 2017.

Located at Pier 1, just south of the iconic bridge in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood and minutes from downtown Manhattan, the 10-story sustainable ground-up development is designed by New York-based architecture studio Incorporated and will feature 194 guestrooms with sliding floor-to-ceiling windows—many offering views of the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge and New York skyline—including 29 two to six bedroom suites and The Riverhouse, its Presidential Suite. Guests of the hotel will enjoy a nine-treatment room Bamford Spa, a state of the art signature Field House fitness center, a yoga and barre studio operated by POE Yoga, and a 50-seat screening room. All aspects of the hotel’s design and construction will be carefully chosen to reflect 1 Hotel’s commitment to environmentally responsible hospitality.

“The 1 Hotels brand aims to show sophisticated travelers they can live well, do good, and connect with the world around them,” said 1 Hotels founder and SH Group CEO Barry Sternlicht. “As our first brand new development, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is the true realization of my vision for 1 Hotels and quite possibly the best hotel I have ever done. The Brooklyn community is known for embracing health, wellness and eco-friendly practices, and we are excited to be a part of this thriving community.”

The hotel has begun accepting reservations as of February, via its website, www.1hotels.com/brooklyn-bridge.

Signature Restaurant by Seamus Mullen

The hotel has enlisted Seamus Mullen, award-winning chef, restaurateur and author to conceptualize the signature restaurant, which will have an open kitchen design and wood-burning grill as part of its concept. Mullen, known for creating food that is honest, healthy and natural, will introduce a clean culinary experience, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. He will also oversee menus for the hotel’s healthy 24-hour in-room dining.

The rooftop of the property will welcome hotel guests and locals to a 4,000 square foot lush retreat of native plants. The rooftop will be designed both for daytime and nighttime programming, featuring some of the best views of New York City.

One floor below the rooftop, connected by a glass enclosed staircase, the hotel will unveil an indoor 10th floor cocktail lounge that will feature local craft cocktails and small bites, upon opening.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge will have more than 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space with high-tech audio/visual equipment, featuring sliding floor to ceiling windows and tree-line views. The Meadow Rue Ballroom, located on the ground floor, will open onto the park, designed with a full wall of collapsible doors and windows to accommodate up to 1,000 guests.

Also located on the ground level, the hotel will offer a grab-and-go café offering seasonal, fresh items from local Brooklyn purveyors, among other signature foodstuff.

About 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge’s Design

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge will bring to life the brand’s philosophy of honoring and protecting nature in an unmatched Brooklyn setting. The signature 1 Hotels design will be given an “industrial edge” in Brooklyn, says Kemper Hyers, SVP of Design at Starwood Capital Group.

A testament to the strength of Brooklyn’s vibrant creative community, the property will draw upon its natural surroundings and local borough neighborhoods for design inspiration:

•    Local Brooklyn artisans including Uhuru, Bien Hecho, Harrison Green and Danielle Trofe will incorporate native greenery and reclaimed materials for dynamic art sculptures and a massive living green wall in the lobby.

•    The design of the hotel will make extensive use of regional and reclaimed materials, including original heart pine beams from the former Domino Sugar Factory, walnut from the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens and pine flooring from the Old Crow Distillery in Kentucky.

•    Rooms will feature native natal mahogany trees and floor to ceiling sliding windows, and public spaces will incorporate nature as art throughout the hotel, similar to the brand’s 1 Hotel South Beach and 1 Hotel Central Park properties.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge’s Commitment to the Environment

As with every 1 Hotel, 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is committed to sustainability and protecting the environment. The property is being built under LEED guidelines, and will boast a LEED Dynamic Plaque which will measure and display the building’s eco-conscious practices in real time. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge will operate its own rainwater reclamation system and feature low-energy lightbulbs, a triple-filtered water purification system, in-room recycling bins and fresh dining offerings.

In addition to the opening of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, 1 Hotels is working on the development of three new sustainable properties, including its first international location, which will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Community Events at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge’s wide range of spaces set the stage for its calendar of cultural programming, which will be open to both hotel guests and the local community. Each event will be meant to connect the property with the surrounding community, whether through book launches for Brooklyn authors, rooftop yoga, the brand’s own Dark Sky parties—an event held at all properties nationally, in celebration of the moon’s new phase, including tarot readers and other mythical touches—indie movie screenings, workshops with local artists, or group meditations. The 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge mindful philosophy carries beyond programming for guests and locals through to employees, with a focus on enlisting its staff, the “1 Team,” to participate in community service with local community partners.

Go to 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

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