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Hyatt House Exchange Place

Jersey City, NJ
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Hyatt House Exchange Place

Jersey City, NJ

Located in Jersey City’s increasingly popular waterfront downtown area, the Hyatt House Jersey City is housed in a 10-story bank building from the 1920s with a 3-story modern glass addition on top, offering spectacular views of Manhattan. The interiors feature striking historic features of the old bank building layered with comfortable contemporary accommodations, bringing in richness in texture and a sense of history. The ground floor highlights the building’s impressive historic features, including original12-foot-tall ornate bronze doors, a brass filigree decorative screen Portoro marble walls and travertine flooring. Visitors then ascend directly up to the upper floor Terrace Level, where they are met with 12-foot-high ceiling and views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline through the wrap-around, floor-to-ceiling windows. The rooftop lounge is an expansive year-round outdoor space complete with two bars and a retractable roof.

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Client: Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Adaptive Reuse

Located in Jersey City’s increasingly popular waterfront downtown area, the Hyatt House Jersey City is housed in a 10-story bank building from the 1920s with a 3-story modern glass addition on top, offering spectacular views of Manhattan. The interiors feature striking historic features of the old bank building layered with comfortable contemporary accommodations, bringing in richness in texture and a sense of history. The ground floor highlights the building’s impressive historic features, including original12-foot-tall ornate bronze doors, a brass filigree decorative screen Portoro marble walls and travertine flooring. Visitors then ascend directly up to the upper floor Terrace Level, where they are met with 12-foot-high ceiling and views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline through the wrap-around, floor-to-ceiling windows. The rooftop lounge is an expansive year-round outdoor space complete with two bars and a retractable roof.