The James New York–NoMad celebrates being fully unveiled

This week The James New York–NoMad celebrates being fully open with the opening of Scarpetta's new flagship location in NoMad, following 10 years on 14th street, and the introduction of The Seville social cocktail lounge. The fully renovated property boasts 360 guestrooms, including 28 suites, two penthouses, and 5,000 square feet of meeting spaces designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen.

The opening of The James is a key development in the renaissance of the NoMad neighborhood, joining the company of prestigious hotels in the area. The Hotel's developer GFI Development Company, has played a key role in the rebirth of the area. GFI Development, with CEO Allen Gross leading the charge, took on the development of the Ace Hotel New York in 2006, the first boutique hotel to open in the neighborhood. GFI and Allen Gross also developed The NoMad and now The James as the next hallmark in the renaissance of the NoMad area.

"It has been a great joy to see the transformative effect that GFI Development's properties have had on the NoMad neighborhood," said Allen Gross. "We are proud to introduce The James New York–NoMad to the neighborhood as the next phase as we continue to lead the way in the revitalization of NoMad."

The Seville cocktail lounge is a new concept by LDV Hospitality finding a perfect home at The James New York–NoMad. An evolution of the prohibition-themed speakeasy suite in the former hotel, The Seville is a fully realized social cocktail lounge curated to serve as an intimate, stylish hideaway in the traditions of prohibition-era NoMad, which was home to many famed speakeasies. The Seville's tucked away, underground space will offer a curated music program and classic cocktails with a twist.

Scarpetta's move to the NoMad area sees the signature restaurant concept that first launched in New York's Meatpacking District evolve in the beautifully designed space with exciting enhancements including an expansive bar and café as well as an expanded menu of seasonal, gourmet Italian fare.

Speaking on the opening, LDV Hospitality founder John Meadow stated, "We could not be more excited and grateful for our newest hotel partnership to be with GFI, Denihan Hospitality, and Thomas Juul-Hansen. I am thrilled to reimagine our flagship Scarpetta location while bringing to life this iconic hotel with the James New York–NoMad."

With the introduction of these exciting venues The James New York–NoMad offers guests Italian cuisine at Scarpetta, craft cocktails at The Seville, and urban hotel rooms where they can unwind with in-room Kundalini yoga by Guru Jagat, calm their minds with meditation by Inscape, or sip on a juice or smoothie through the new in-room dining offerings. The James New York–NoMad is the perfect place to unplug and play, and find balance when traveling.

"The fully opened James New York–NoMad is the ultimate destination for urban explorers seeking a cool and calm experience," stated Vera Manoukian, president and chief operating officer at Denihan Hospitality. "At The James, we are passionate believers that balancing personal well-being and total indulgence is the ultimate key to happiness."

The James offers an array of boutique hotel rooms including queen and king deluxe guestrooms, King Jimmy Suites, and King James Suites. Acclaimed designer Thomas Juul-Hansen designed each room as a private sanctuary featuring locally crafted and custom designed furnishings conveying an eclectic and collected residential feel.

Jimmy Suites offer separate living and sleeping rooms, as well as two full bathrooms. James Suites offer the standout feature of customizable layouts; featuring a large living room with a pullout sofa, separate bedrooms, and spacious bathrooms. The warmly designed penthouse suites feature spacious, residentially designed living rooms including space to dine or entertain, separate from the master bedrooms, as well as luxurious bathrooms with large tubs.

Accommodations include unique touches and amenities, such as dream interpretation books, yoga mats, and meditation cushions, which guests can use with the in-room Four Bodies Wellness program offerings and eco-friendly Appelles bath amenities. Other in-room features include a curated pantry with a selection of local wines, spirits, and snacks, and as always, complimentary Wi-Fi. Guests have 24-hour access to the fitness center, which features state-of-the art equipment such as Peloton bikes. For in-room dining, guests can order breakfast, lunch or dinner from the menu curated and served by LDV Hospitality, ranging from health conscious offerings such as the James Veggie Burger, or a Chia Seed Parfait to more indulgent items like the Cinnamon-Challah French Toast or on-the-go items like an Energy Smoothie.

Source: Denihan Hospitality