Perkins Eastman designed Beatrice, a new 53-story, 620,000 sf mixed-use tower in Manhattan's thriving Chelsea neighborhood. The building comprises 302 luxury rental apartments, a 290-key Eventi with banquet facilities and meeting rooms, two floors of restaurants, retail space, a parking garage, and a 10,000 sf urban plaza.
The building's design allows residents, hotel guests, and visitors to utilize all of its facilities. The landscaped plaza between 29th and 30th Streets is open to the public and leads to a lobby entrance of the base. The building has a first floor with two separate lobbies, one for residents and one for the hotel/retail area. Both the 20,000 sf restaurant and the retail space on the first floor are visible from street level due to the glass curtainwall exterior. On the 53rd floor, a lounge and terrace provide sweeping 360-degree views of Manhattan and beyond. Other amenities include patios with pools, spas, and private landscaped terraces