New York’s Hudson Hotel is Coming to Toronto

One of the hotel industry’s most influential hotels, New York’s Hudson, is set to debut in Toronto in 2024. Sbe announced architect Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance and the DesignAgency will lead the proposed 75,000 square foot project.

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Located at 445 Adelaide St West, the hotel will be developed in partnership with Lamb Development Corp and IE Hospitality in the heart of Toronto’s King West community, and immediately adjacent to St. Andrews Park.

There are potential city plans to expand the park into a giant green space and urban playground for all ages, according to the developers.

“I am very proud to see the iconic Hudson Hotel take its legacy outside of New York in the cosmopolitan city of Toronto,” said sbe Founder & CEO Sam Nazarian. “This marks the beginning of the Hudson brand’s global expansion and continuation of its innovation and well-known fame. We couldn’t be prouder to work with Lamb Development Corp and IE Hospitality, the most respected and well-known industry leaders, on this project and appreciate the trust they’ve put in sbe to bring one of the hospitality world’s true originals to Toronto.”

Hudson Toronto will feature a rooftop restaurant, a three-meal signature restaurant, as well as an expansive bar and café.

“This hotel is going to be fantastic. Architecturally it is stunning. It is a 146 room standalone hotel i.e., no condos, so we will be focused 100 per cent on hotel guests. Our rooftop bar/restaurant overlooks the park and the skyline. It’s going to be a hot ticket,” said Brad J. Lamb, Founder of Lamb Development Corp.

The Hudson Toronto is part of sbe’s global expansion plan across all sbe hotel brands from SLS, Delano, The House of Originals, Mondrian and Hyde.

The project is subject to municipal approvals with hearings scheduled for Spring 2020.

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