MADE Hotel opens its doors in the NoMad section of NYC ("NOrth of MADison Square Park") -- a neighborhood centered on the Madison Square North Historic District in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.

The inaugural hotel project from developer, Sam Gelin is 18 stories high and features 108 guest rooms located at the intersection of 29th and Broadway.

With MADE taking a reinvented approach towards guest experience -- Greg Proechel formerly of upscale French restaurant Le Turtle will be the head chef of MADE's food offerings, while Major Food Group vet Charles Seich will join him as Food and Beverage Partner, followed by husband-wife team Jeremy Oertel and Natasha David, formerly at Death + Company, Maison Premiere, and Dram, will run the bar program.

The food and beverage offerings, as well as striking public and private areas include -- a communal coffee shop, Paper; Proechel and Seich’s restaurant, Ferris; a lobby level bar, and Good Behavior, the hotel’s rooftop space offering panoramic views of New York City.

In terms of the hotel's aesthetic, LA-based firm Studio MAI developed an urban vibe imbued with elements of iconic global simplicity. Exposed custom raw-bronze shelving and rich handwoven fabrics create a backdrop for a multi directional day bed platform. Other details such as polished stainless-steel mirror contrast with a primitive, hand-carved bench resulting in a well-thought-through layout, while Brooklyn-based artist Bill Rebholz, created a vibrant and bold graphic stairwell mural, playfully welcoming guests from the lobby.

Open to the public and guests alike, starting rate is at $350 USD a night for a standard king room. If you're planning on visiting the area, check out the official address below.

MADE Hotel 44 W 29th St. New York, NY 10001

Earlier this summer, boutique hotel PUBLIC opened in NYC's Bowery neighborhood.

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