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Lightstone Tops Out on 3rd of 4 NYC Moxy Hotels

Lightstone has topped out on the third of four Moxy hotels it’s developing locally in partnership with Marriott. The 286-key Moxy East Village at 112-120 E. 11th St. is set to open in the fall of 2019.

Designed in collaboration between Stonehill & Taylor and Rockwell Group, the 13-story property’s design concept is based on urban archeology. Conceived as a vertical timeline, each floor reveals a different layer in Lower Manhattan’s history.

“The East Village is teeming with energy, and we designed Moxy East Village with the character to match,” said Lightstone president Mitchell Hochberg. “We’re thrilled with the progress on this project, and look forward to having Moxy East Village join Moxy Times Square and Moxy Chelsea in offering affordable, stylish options for visitors to New York’s most sought-after neighborhoods.”

The company is developing seven Moxy properties across the nation, with additional locations in Miami and Los Angeles.

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