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Rising 35 stories high into the New York City skyline, Moxy NYC Chelsea


The newly-constructed building's architecture riffs off the neighborhood's retro-industrial style and feels harmonious with its location, in the heart of the Chelsea Flower Market.

The hotel blends into the lush flower shops that surround it, with a soaring three-story glass atrium revealing the vertical gardens within. Guests enter through the overgrown Putnam & Putnam Flower Shop, designed by Yabu Pushelberg, which is envisioned as a "botanical library," with planter boxes suspended from the 15-foot wall, reachable by a wheeled ladder.  Inspired by the surrounding Flower District, the hotel blends a botanically-influenced design with Italian romance and a touch of playful wit.

Creating an environment that appeals to both today's modern traveler and locals, Moxy Chelsea was developed with a collection of public spaces designed to meet the community's dining, drinking, and co-working needs—while providing guests access to New York City at a neighborhood level.   The 349-room hotel marks the second collaboration between Yabu Pushelberg, Rockwell Group, and architects Stonehill Taylor, the designers behind Moxy Times Square and three of the industry's most admired firms.

The newly-constructed building's architecture riffs off the neighborhood's retro-industrial style and feels harmonious with its location, in the heart of the Chelsea Flower Market.

The hotel blends into the lush flower shops that surround it, with a soaring three-story glass atrium revealing the vertical gardens within. Guests enter through the overgrown Putnam & Putnam Flower Shop, designed by Yabu Pushelberg, which is envisioned as a "botanical library," with planter boxes suspended from the 15-foot wall, reachable by a wheeled ladder.

The shop is run by husbands Darroch and Michael Putnam, whose couture approach to floral arrangements over the years has made them a staple at celebrity weddings, including the recent nuptials of Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk. Just beyond the flower shop, a bright yellow neon sign spelling out the words "MEET" and "GREET" beckons guests into Moxy's take on the check-in area.

Four butcher blocks, alluding to the nearby Meatpacking District, are dramatically suspended from the 12-foot ceiling above, acting as check-in kiosks. Members of Marriott's recently renamed Loyalty program, Marriott Bonvoy; replacing Marriott Rewards, Starwood Preferred Guest and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards; can also access keyless entry through the Marriott Mobile App. Just beyond check-in is the Moxy Digital Guestbook streaming videos and images taken within Moxy hotels or tagged #atthemoxy for visitors' pre-elevator amusement.