Wythe hotel Brooklyn
|location||New York, New York|
Wythe Hotel started with the discovery of an old factory on the Brooklyn waterfront. Built in 1901 this former factory the Weidmann Cooperage (Theobald Engelhardt, architect) has been preserved, renovated, and turned our historically industrial building into a hotel with restaurant. An airy 72-room hotel in he Williamsburg neighborhood, just across the river from Manhattan. It has what you'd expect in a cool Brooklyn hotel - original brick, bikes for borrowing, an old-school-minimalist aesthetic - with a Manhattan skyline view. While the skeleton of the original building remained relatively untouched, a three-story add-on by architect Morris Adjmi maximizes skyline-facing views and allows for an L-shaped rooftop terrace and cocktail bar.