One High Line
Located at 500 West 18th Street in the heart of West Chelsea, One High Line occupies a full city block between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues and comprises two towers separated by a private landscaped porte-cochere. Developed by Witkoff and Access Industries and designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, this architectural tour de force showcases views of the Hudson River, the Empire State Building, and the magnificent city skyline. The 236 unique one-to-five-bedroom residences are situated in a 36-story west tower featuring interiors by Gabellini Sheppard, and a 26-story east tower with interiors by Gilles et Boisser. Residents will enjoy amenities such as a 75’ lap pool and jacuzzi; spa with steam, sauna, and treatment rooms; fitness center with private training studios; golf simulator and virtual gaming; children’s playroom; private dining; games lounge; and on-site parking.
One High Line will be the proud home of the Faena Hotel’s New York flagship.
Pursuing LEED Silver Certification.
Faena Group is currently developing the Faena Art District, a 300,000-square-meter construction space that began with the reconstruction of the El Porteño Building, a century-old structure, and the creation of the Faena Hotel+Universe. With the construction of two adjoining residential buildings, La Porteña Residences and La Porteña Residences II, the El Aleph residential project, and the transformation of the landmark Los Molinos Building, the Faena Art District is creating an urban space both creative and sophisticated. Other Faena properties in development in Latin America include the Bariloche, a 47-hectare waterfront property in Patagonia, and Jose Ignacio beach resort in Uruguay.
Faena Hotel Miami Beach
Faena Hotel Miami Beach is set on a gorgeous stretch of beach on Collins Avenue in the heart of the Faena District. Each of the hotel’s 169 rooms/suites and 13 penthouse residences recalls the glamour of the 1950s with stunning Art Deco appeal. The hotel’s two exquisite restaurants are Los Fuegos by Francis Mallman (offering a contemporary Argentine cuisine) and Pao (showcasing modern Asian flavors). The hotel is home to the 3,000 square-foot Faena Theater featuring world-class shows and Tierra Santa Healing House, a one-of-a-kind South American inspired spa dedicated to the art of well-being. The hotel has remarkable works by artists Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Alberto Garutti, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Manuel Ameztoy, and Juan Gatti.
Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat
In 2006 Access acquired the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, the premier hotel property on the Côte d’Azur. Thereafter, the hotel was refashioned by Pierre Yves Rochon.
Sited on 17 acres of landscaped gardens with panoramic views of the Mediterranean, the hotel features 73 guestrooms across the original Palace and the New Residence. The offered rooms are a combination of garden, seaside and pool suites, as well the private villa, Villa Rose Pierre. Guests and locals can also use the award-winning spa, enjoy gourmet and casual dining (including its Michelin-starred restaurant Le Cap with Executive chef, Didier Anies,), and one of the most beautiful pools in the world. The original Rotunda, with its magnificent bay windows and views of the sea over the pines, was designed and built by Gustave Eiffel in 1909. In connection with its 100th anniversary in 2009 and since, numerous expansion and renovation projects have celebrated the hotel’s rich past while inaugurating a new era of luxury for guests.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has managed the hotel since May 2015.
The Ocean Club
Access acquired The Ocean Club on Paradise Island in The Bahamas in 2014. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company, manages the property. Access also acquired additional beachfront property contiguous to the club for potential, future development.
The 107 room Ocean Club sits on a prime 36-acre beachfront site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and provides travelers the ultimate luxury experience in the Caribbean. Accommodations range from spacious guest rooms to private beachfront villas. The Ocean Club recently underwent a major renovation of the Hartford Wing and a new ocean front infinity pool and dining venue was added. Amenities at the resort include Jean-Georges Vongertichten’s Dune Restaurant and Ocean Pool among three dining options, three outdoor pools, and the award-winning spa, fitness center, tennis courts and meeting and outdoor event venues.
Sunset Tower Hotel
In May 2017, Access partnered with developer Jeff Klein to buy a majority and controlling stake in Sunset Tower, the 81-room Art Deco hotel located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. The hotel features two restaurants, a pool with sweeping views of Los Angeles, a 24-hour fitness center, a salon and spa. The Hollywood institution is a clubhouse for locals and home to the famed Tower Bar, a favorite of celebrities and influencers from around the globe.
The Sunset Tower acquisition highlights Access’ commitment to invest in real estate with a creative and personal approach, focused on leveraging relationships and enabling partnerships to grow. Access and Klein are currently planning a targeted renovation to further enhance the iconic hotel, including updates to the Terrace restaurant and bar, guestrooms, and public areas.
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