Trump SoHo is a $450 million, 46-story, 39-unit hotel condominium located at 246 Spring Street in SoHo, New York City. It was announced in 2006 and completed in 2010.
|Trump SoHo New York|
Building as seen from Hudson River (April 21, 2013).
|Location||246 Spring Street, Manhattan, New York, USA|
|Roof||454 ft (138 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Handel Architects, Rockwell Group|
|Developer||Trump Organization, Bayrock Group LLC, The Sapir Organization, FL Group|
|Structural engineer||DeSimone Consulting Engineers|
|Main contractor||Bovis Lend Lease|
|Condos: # |
The building is located two blocks from the Manhattan entrance of the Holland Tunnel in SoHo, Manhattan, New York City, at 246 Spring Street, between Varick Street and Sixth Avenue. It is located a few blocks west of the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District. This is a region zoned for manufacturing, which precludes permanent residences. The condo-hotel design was approved after negotiations with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. As a hotel condominium, 391 dwelling units within the building will be privately owned, but no unit may "be occupied by the same person for more than 29 days in any 36-day period, or for more than 120 days a year." When not occupied by the owner, an empty unit may be rented out as a hotel suite. The building will feature a spa, a high-end restaurant and over 12,000 square feet (1,100 m) of conference and banquet facilities.
The project is a collaboration between Trump, the Bayrock Group and Tamir Sapir. The building is being overseen by President-elect of the United States Donald Trump, his children Donald Trump, Jr., and Ivanka Trump, and Sean Yazbeck. The Trumps have not invested their own capital in the project. The Trump-SoHo and condominium project is last building project constructed by Trump with his name on it, as of August 2016. Design architects for the building are Handel Architects, based in New York. The interior designer is David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group.