In case you didn’t read it in the The New York Times last week, Carlos Zapata’s Cooper Square Hotel on The Bowery isn’t going to open until the Summer according to developer Matthew Moss of the Peck Moss Group. The “$100 million” (cue the guy from the New York State Lottery) hotel will include a “small park”.
This is the first I’ve heard of the “small park” which, no doubt, will be open to fellow residents of the East Village with swing sets, a dog run, maybe some street meat and an incense purveyor.
By the way, it’s still not too late to take our Cooper Square Hotel poll!
Links: Hotel Chatter
January 29th, 2008
Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City