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Henry Hall Making Some Noise on West Side

Imperial Companies, in partnership with the San Francisco based Shorenstein family, announced the official start of leasing at Henry Hall, an hip and posh rental in the Hudson Yards.

The building will offer a residential option that merges New York’s nightlife and boutique hotel experience with luxury residential living.

Henry Hall – as part of its programming – will debut Delicious Hospitality’s new food and beverage restaurant. The restaurant, bar and lounges will be spread over the building’s first and second floors, in effect making these public areas and Henry Hall’s common spaces – such as the second-floor bar, drawing room and wine room – one and the same.

“Every space, however unique, public or private, is considered an essential part of the Henry Hall story. They become a defining element of the residential experience,” said Eric Birnbaum, Co-Founder and Partner at Imperial Companies.

“So many people would love to live in their favorite hotel or have the City’s newest restaurant be just downstairs – Henry Hall makes that a reality.”

Developed by Imperial Companies, on behalf of the joint venture partnership with Shorenstein, and located at 515 West 38th Street, the site of the former Legacy Recording Studio, the 33-story building offers 225 studios, one and two bedroom residences.

Other amenities include a “jam room,” resident’s club room, private dining rooms and wine room, roof deck, training center as well as exclusive access to Henry Hall Concierge for 24-hour service.

Rents start at $3,200 per month.