The city of New York will have its first gay hotel; Parkview Developers plans to open the NYC OUT Hotel, a urban resort that will offer special services and packages for the gay New Yorkers and tourists.
Hotel News Resource has the reports:
Amidst growing advances in New York?s LGBT community, Parkview Developers announce plans to open New York City?s first gay hotel, THE OUT NYC. This gay urban resort is poised to become a travel and entertainment destination for gay New Yorkers and tourists alike. The complex, situated on 42nd Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, will encompass a 105-room boutique hotel, the 11,000 square foot XL NIGHTCLUB, lounge & cabaret by John Blair, Beto Sutter, and FV Events, a 24/7 caf? and restaurant called KITCHEN, three courtyards, a business/conference center, function space, and a wellness center.
The first phase of the project is set for completion with the opening of XL NIGHTCLUB, lounge & cabaret in the fall of 2011. XL NIGHTCLUB, lounge & cabaret is the newest project by noted gay nightlife impresarios John Blair and Beto Sutter, and the wunderkind party promoters Brandon Voss and Tony Fornabaio of FV Events. Blair and Sutter, famous for the legendary Saturday night party at The Roxy, helped create this new venue from the ground up. Open seven nights a week, XL NIGHTCLUB, lounge & cabaret is the first nightly gay dance club to open in New York City in the last 15 years. The space will feature an LED wall, two dance floors, and a full stage.
OUT NYC Description:
THE OUT NYC is an electrifying new project occupying 70,000 square feet. It will feature a 11,000 square foot XL bar & nightclub by John Blair and FornabioVoss Promotions, a 105-room “straightfriendly” boutique hotel, a courtyard wet zone enclosed in a glass atrium, a gym & wellness center, lush outdoor courtyard gardens, a 24/7 caf? & restaurant called KITCHEN by eatery of Hell’s Kitchen and a business/conference center.
Located on the far west side of 42nd Street in Hell’s Kitchen at 510 West 42nd Street, THE OUT NYC is ideally situated to become a hotel and entertainment destination for gay New Yorkers and tourists alike.
Visit OUT NYC WEBSITE for more information.