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South Park's Ritz Milner Hotel is shutting down until 2019, allowing its ownership to begin work on upgrades to the nearly 95-year-old building's common spaces.

The project is highlighted by a plan for a new rooftop common area, which will provide covered and outdoor dining space for an on-site restaurant.  The space would be created by repurposing an existing utility structure.

Rockefeller Partners Architects is designing the project, which also includes a restoration of the building's ground floor and a new paint job.

Ownership is also planning to expand alcohol sales to the new roof deck, as well as existing common spaces at the basement, first and second floors.

Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects
Rendering by Rockefeller Partners Architects

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