We are pleased to announce that our design for the facade of the Jade Hotel, Greenwich Village is the winner of The ICAA New York's 2014 Stanford White Award in the Commercial, Civil and Institutional Architecture category!
The Jade Hotel, Greenwich Village
Gemini Real Estate Advisors
Historic Greenwich Village and lower Fifth Avenue provided both the context and inspiration for this new 113-room boutique hotel. The entry is through a Greek revival inspired storefront that addresses the scale of historic Greenwich Village and the style of many of its historic buildings. The details of the storefront include: channeled rusticated brick piers, restoration glass windows, a decorative frieze inspired by Grinling Gibbons, crowning globe finials and pediment, copper gas lanterns, and custom bronze door pulls.
The twenty-story hotel tower containing 113 rooms is set back from the storefront and is inspired by the neo-Georgian towers from the 1920’s on lower Fifth Avenue. Details include cast stone quoining and crowning cast stone entablature, arches, and decorative urns, giving the new building a distinctive silhouette against the Greenwich village skyline.