Boutique Buzz: Made Hotel to Debut in New York This Fall

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Made, the inaugural hotel project from hospitality entrepreneur Sam Gelin, has announced it will be opening this Fall on the corner of 29th Street and Broadway in the NoMad neighborhood of New York City.  

Spread across 18 stories with 108 guestrooms, Made aims to provide a place where visitors can spend both their day and evening comfortably. The hotel’s food and beverage offerings, as well as its public and private areas, will include a communal coffee shop, restaurant, lobby bar and rooftop space. 


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Upon entering the hotel, guests will be greeted in an open and airy lobby, and in the mornings will enjoy coffee sourced from from seasonally rotating roasters. During the afternoon and evenings, offerings will transition to a selection of craft cocktails and wines. 

Studio MAI is responsible for Made’s guestroom concepts, which are inspired by urban international design. Décor includes raw bronze shelving, handwoven fabrics and a multi-directional day bed platform, as well as polished stainless steel mirrors and hand carved benches. 

Visit the hotel's current landing page at A full website is coming soon. 

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