Wythe Hotel is a story about real New York. About the city, that revealed to the world that old industrial buildings can be converted into stylish housing and moody hotels. As expected, Wythe occupied a prominent industrial building in Brooklyn near the East River, built in 1901. The premises completely preserved the original architectural elements, including gorgeous huge windows and brickwork. The main feature of the rooms is the magnificent views of the skyscrapers and the strait, as well as the unique sunsets that can be seen from almost every room. Great spot!
About Author:Serge Pufik is the founder and mastermind of pufikhomes.com blog. Sergiy is an economist by profession, he worked in real estate and from childhood was fond of interior magazines. Together with his wife Anna they run design studio PH Studio, managing projects in Ukraine and far beyond.
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