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William Vale Hotel tops out in Brooklyn

Riverside Developers officially announced the topping out of The William Vale, one of Brooklyn’s most highly anticipated hotel projects rising in Williamsburg.

The project, located at 55 Wythe Avenue, between 12th and 13th Streets, will bring 183 rooms to market and stand 21 stories.

“The topping out milestone at The William Vale not only marks an important time for our construction, development and design teams, it also marks a significant milestone for Brooklyn tourism and hospitality,” said Sébastien Maingourd, general manager of The William Vale Hotel.

The WIlliam Vale Hotel
The William Vale Hotel was designed by Albo Liberis LLC

“Just this year, more than 11,000 new hotel rooms will be available, and we anticipate the number of tourists traveling to Brooklyn to only steadily increase. At The William Vale, we’re meeting this insatiable demand with a product we believe properly represents the next wave in Brooklyn, and the borough’s continued progression to an affluent and refined style.”

From architecture firm Albo Liberis LLC, the project’s exterior continues to spark conversation among the community and set the standard for innovative hotel design in the borough.

With interiors led by design firm Munge Leunge, guests will enjoy light-filled rooms with layouts ranging from one-bedrooms to penthouse suites, each offering personal balconies.

The hotel will also offer an amenities package including a 60-foot, outdoor lap pool (the longest hotel pool in New York City), meeting and conference space, state-of-the-art fitness center, a farm-to-table restaurant concept and spots for shopping.

In addition, The William Vale will bring more than 20,000 s/f of elevated green space — the first of its kind in Brooklyn — that serves guests and locals alike.

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