Non-Branded Hotel Coming to the Nora District at 1021 N. Railroad Ave, West Palm Beach, Florida

The Nora District is one of South Florida’s most exciting ventures, expected to be the Wynwood of Palm Beach County. The multi-million-dollar venture broke ground in June 2023, redeveloping old warehouses into modern, dynamic commercial ventures. Now, developers are moving ahead with a non-branded hotel that is the “antitheses of Hilton, Marriott or Hyatt.”

The five-story hotel would replace a 5,520-square-foot building.

The “fairly luxurious incredibly designed boutique hotel” will offer 200 rooms on a 1.07-acre site, with the hotel itself measuring five stories above grade and measuring just over 203,000 square feet. Our sources indicate that amenities would include a rooftop swimming pool, fitness center, spa, restaurant, and two bars. There would also be a parking garage.

BD Hotels, a New York-based firm, is the developer. It recruited Stantec as the architect and Gachot Studio as the interior designer. If everything goes according to plan, construction on the mid-rise hotel could start in the first quarter of 2024, with completion intended for late 2025. By then, the Nora District would have commercial buildings ready for occupancy.

The five-story hotel would be located at the gateway of the Nora District.

Property records show that the build site is presently home to a 5,520-square-foot warehouse that was built in 1974. The hotel’s address will be 1021 N. Railroad Ave, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401, in Palm Beach County.


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4 Comments on "Non-Branded Hotel Coming to the Nora District at 1021 N. Railroad Ave, West Palm Beach, Florida"

  1. Maria Elizabeth Barbagelata | September 14, 2023 at 10:51 pm | Reply

    Deseo obtener un departamento de 2 dormitorios y
    m ,2 baños si aceptan Plan 8
    Por favor tengo 83 años
    786 395 5418

  2. Maria Elizabeth Barbagelata | September 14, 2023 at 10:59 pm | Reply

    El Edificio es muy elegante y muy cómodo y me gustaría mucho poder vivir allí
    Si es posible aceptar Plan 8
    Muchas gracias

  3. Your sources are always obviously the developers!

  4. The bar is pretty low considering the architectural monstrosity that is the convention center Hilton, but a hipster hotel designed by Stantec… what could possibly go wrong? /sarcasm

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