Quadram Global to Open Two Arlo Hotels in Manhattan
NEW YORK CITY — Quadram Global is developing two Arlo micro-hotel brand hotels in Manhattan. Both hotels were designed by Gene Kaufman Architect. Located at 231 Hudson St., the 11-story, 325-key Arlo Hudson is slated to open on September 6. The 97,000-square-foot hotel will feature a rooftop terrace with a bar/lounge, a ground-floor courtyard with lounge and Harold’s Meat +3, the latest eatery of Chef Harold Moore, executive chef and owner of Commerce Restaurant. The interiors of the Hudson Square property were designed by AvroKO, and the landscape was designed by MDD Landscape Design.
Located at 11 E. 31st St., the 37-story, 250-key Arlo NoMad is scheduled to open later this fall. The 91,000-square-foot hotel will feature a roof deck, small but well-appointed guest rooms, dining and lounging options and public spaces.