Groundbreaking Ceremony Set for New Nyack Hotel

NYLO Nyack project transforming former factory site alongside Thruway

BY BILL DEMAREST

A rendering of the planned Nylo Nyack Hotel at 400 High Ave. in Nyack, adjacent to the northbound entrance to the New York State Thruway at the Exit 11 interchange
A rendering of the planned Nylo Nyack Hotel at 400 High Ave. in Nyack, adjacent to the northbound entrance to the New York State Thruway at the Exit 11 interchange

NYACK – Developers of the Nylo Nyack Hotel project on the site of a former Nyack factory have set a ceremonial groundbreaking for the development.

Local officials have been invited to the ceremony at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 19, at the the site of the new hotel, which is to be built at 400 High Ave. on the west side of Nyack alongside the New York State Thruway. The hotel will replace an former factory, which in the process of being demolished.

Most of the former factory has already been demolished, with portions of its steel frame and its foundation still remaining.

The factory torn down to its steel skeleton
The factory torn down to its steel skeleton

The NYLO Nyack hotel is slated to have 132 rooms, a restaurant, bar, meeting rooms, and fitness facilities. The developer is billing the hotel as a getaway destination where visitors can take advantage o the scenic and cultural amenities of the area.

Demolition of the former Stoffel Seals plant began early this year. As part of the development of the project, the Village of Nyack has hired a consulting engineer to assist with final reviews of the actual building plans and specifications.

The former factory before demolition began
The former factory before demolition began

The overall project has already received the necessary approvals from village boards and agencies for the hotel concept. WY Management, which is building the hotel, expect it to open in 2015.

Republished with permission: Nyack Free Press