Renowned furnished apartment provider Furnished Quarters will officially open Q &A Residential Hotel on Wednesday, November 25. Situated in the heart of the thriving Financial District, the short-stay live-work suites will be available for up to 30 days, allowing for shorter stays than traditional furnished apartments.
Q &A Residential Hotel will be located on floors three through six of the iconic Art Deco skyscraper 70 Pine, a historical Landmark well known as the former prominent AIG world headquarters.
Q &A Residential Hotel truly brings a new category to the hospitality industry -- an upscale residential experience where each of the 132 apartment-sized suites (ranging from 500 to 1,400 sq. ft.) feels like home. Standout features include a variety of thoughtful custom-built amenities such as a full-sized kitchen complete with top of the line cookware, dishwasher, stove; bespoke furniture and king size beds across all suite categories; smart TVs with streaming capability and more. Enjoying accommodations that average three times larger than typical New York City hotel rooms, guests of the property can feel like a resident, rather than a visitor.
Each apartment offers an upscale look and feel, with sleek decor comprised of items hand-selected from around the world. The purpose of the property itself is meant to serve as a solution for business and leisure travelers alike seeking a home-away-from-home experience; the A to each traveler's Q, if you will. Expanding upon this unique concept, every suite category is named after a ground-breaking inventor who uncovered answers to questions of their time, with rooms featuring large-scale, artistic interpretations of each great invention's patent; Thomas Edison, the Wright Brothers, Benjamin Franklin are among the visionaries represented. Curious about the owl in your room? As intended. They're there to inspire curiosity.
Guests of the residential hotel can enjoy an array of convenient amenities and in-building offerings including a La Palestra fitness and wellness center, artisanal Australian coffee shop Black Fox Coffee which will serve up specialty coffee, tea, cold pressed juices and baked goods, and a 13,000 sq. ft. Urban Market featuring gourmet high-end prepared foods, modeled after the Brooklyn outpost. Additionally, admired restaurateur Ken Friedman and Michelin-starred chef April Bloomfield are confirmed to open and operate a four-level dining and drinking complex atop the 66-story art deco landmark.
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