The folks at WSA sat down with the NY Times to reveal their plans for the second Gansevoort property in New York City. We wonder where C.J. Hughes found the inspiration for the story? Interesting tidbits are few and far between. Prime One Twelve has decided to dip their toes into Manhattan's over-crowded steakhouse waters, thinking they can bring some Miami sizzle to the City. Remember 112, City folk like their bacon thick and tasty. Here's what's most interesting:
Gansevoort Park’s top three floors, open to the public, will cover 8,000 square feet. They will include bars, decks and a pool, though the exact configuration is being kept secret, Mr. Achenbaum said, to prevent a competitor from trying to install a similar feature before the hotel is finished in the spring of 2009.Oooh, a secret. Good plan Achenbaum. How many developers in this city are hoping to get a peek at your top secret roof plans? Could it be a roof pool with a bar? A roof bar with a pool? Maybe it's a lazy river ride with multiple bars. Now that would really be something.