LuxUrban Hotels adds three hotels to Trademark Collection

LuxUrban Hotels Inc. has revealed that the Hotel 57 in New York City, the Condor Hotel in Brooklyn and the Lafayette Hotel in New Orleans have been added to the Trademark Collection by Wyndham brand.

Inclusive of these three properties, the company has onboarded six LuxUrban hotel properties onto the Wyndham brand and operating platform. LuxUrban expects that at least 60% of its hotels will join the Wyndham platform by the end of the third quarter, with the remainder of the portfolio to be added by the end of this year.

The Hotel 57, Trademark Collection by Wyndham features 216 rooms and is housed in a historic building in Midtown Manhattan, close to Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Times Square and Rockefeller Center.

Just across the Williamsburg Bridge is The Condor Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a 35-room boutique property located close to the area’s museums and parks.

The Lafayette Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham, is a historic 60-unit boutique hotel located on the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Line in New Orleans, close to the French Quarter, Bourbon Street and the Superdome. The property is located next to the only green space in downtown New Orleans.

Expected new property opening

LuxUrban also expects to open a new property in Midtown Manhattan’s Flatiron District next month via a 25-year Master Lease Agreement inclusive of two five-year extension options. This boutique, 76-room hotel, which is currently closed, is expected to join the Wyndham platform in connection with its planned reopening. This hotel will feature a newly renovated lobby and guestrooms.

“We are very excited to be adding these new properties to the Wyndham brand and operating platform,” said Brian Ferdinand, chairman/CEO, LuxUrban Hotels. “We are also happy to be adding density to our primary market of New York City with the planned October opening of our newest hotel and integrating it under the Wyndham banner.”

The company expects to have 2,146 hotel units across 21 properties operational by the end of October.