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Front & Wall Street NYC

WhyHotel Opens Front & Wall Street, its First Property in New York City, at The Rudin Family's 110 Wall Street

Now open – 200 Rooms

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WhyHotel, a hospitality platform and operator, in partnership with building owner The Rudin Family, today announced the launch of its first property in New York City - Front & Wall Street, Operated by WhyHotel. Situated in the heart of NYC's Financial District, Front & Wall Street will operate under the Hospitality Living business arm of WhyHotel, blurring the lines of home and hospitality by housing both long term residents and nightly stay guests in fully furnished accommodations. WhyHotel will begin welcoming guests on November 1st, 2021.

Located at 110 Wall Street, WhyHotel's newest hospitality living property is a former office building, the majority of which was converted to apartment-style units in 2015. Today, the building features just over 200 units and amenities such as a 7th floor terrace with outdoor grill and kitchen, fitness center with a spin studio, guest laundry room with ping pong and pool tables and community kitchens.

WhyHotel will operate the building as a mix of short-term guest stays and longer-term resident leases. In the perfect location for both recreation and work, WhyHotel's Hospitality Living model will support guests and residents whether they are in town for the weekend or seeking accommodation for months.

"New York City is a market that we've had our eyes on for a long time now," said Jason Fudin, CEO and Co-founder of WhyHotel. "Our partnership with the Rudin Family is an exciting opportunity to reinvigorate a building that is incredibly well designed to bring together hospitality and home in a way we expect to become commonplace in the U.S. over time. The Rudin Family, as they have often been in real estate, is at the cutting edge of this trend. I can't think of a better place than the heart of FiDi, where people come from around the globe, to launch this product."

As living and travel patterns continue to change due to the pandemic, and especially in markets like New York City, the ways, reasons and durations of travel and leasing are also changing. With offices and leisure activities continuing to reopen, there is a clear need for a solution that spans both hospitality and home in this market. Residents of the building can expect the benefits of fully furnished apartments and hospitality-focused staff, while hotel guests can expect the comforts of home with additional space beyond a traditional hotel experience.

WhyHotel is excited to bring its Hospitality Living concept to New York City for the first time and plans to continue to expand its footprint in the area in the future. To learn more about WhyHotel and its other locations across DC, Miami and more, please visit: www.whyhotel.com.

ABOUT THE RUDIN FAMILY
The Rudin Family owns and operates one of the largest privately held real estate portfolios in New York City. Among its real estate holdings, which includes the high-tech Dock 72 office tower at Brooklyn Navy Yard, are 16 commercial office buildings containing approximately 10.5 million square feet of space and 17 apartment buildings comprising over four million square feet of residences. For more information about The Rudin Family, please visit https://www.rudin.com/.

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Simple. Innovative. Hospitality. WhyHotel operates 100 to 250 room pop-up hotels with 24/7 on-site staff in newly built, luxury apartment buildings. WhyHotel's concept provides developers with a new way to utilize units during lease-up and provides visitors/guests with a new way to travel.
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