Construction is wrapping up at Zelig Weiss and Riverside Developers’ The William Vale, a 21-story, 250-foot tower at 111 North 12th Street, in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Designed by Albo Liberis, the mixed-use tower includes a 183-key four-star hotel at the top half. A duplex presidential suite occupies the top two floors, with a double height view of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline. The grand opening for the hotel is slated for July 11.
A large outdoor event space at the top floor offers a panoramic view of Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. Andrew Carmellini and NoHo Hospitality Group will operate a rooftop bar that will open this summer.
Retail, Amenity, and Public Green Space
At the base of the tower, hotel guests will find resort-class amenities along with 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. A 15,000 square foot rooftop garden will provide green space to the public and will be accessible from a stair that cuts through the retail space. Included on the rooftop space, the hotel pool will be the longest hotel pool in the city at 60 feet.
Architect: Albo Liberis; Developer: Zelig Weiss and Riverside Developers; Program: Hotel, Retail, Office; Location: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY; Completion: July 2016.