This is pretty impressive, your location is spot on and it will have much less rooms than the Swan, but they will be suites. Also look for a rooftop signature restaurant.So now that I've been playing with Google Earth Pro more, I thought I scope out where the height balloons were. Going by the various photos, here's the balloon placement:
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At least, generally. The wind was moving them around.
This does lend credence to what @marni1971 and @TarzanRocked99- were saying about a tight fit for a tower.
So, let's drop a tower in...
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The footprint of the tower (without the porch) is 1.1 acres. The footprint of the Swan is 1.3 acres. Theoretically, if it's taller than the Swan, it would have just about as many rooms as the Swan... unless it's going to be a luxe niche brand of Marriott with large suites as I read on a Twitter post from a Marriott insider. But, things change, brands could change, footprint could change, roadways could change, OR... nothing happens.
Tishman will own the building, the question is now what brand (Marriott's call) will it be part of. The Dolphin is Sheraton and Swan is Westin. This building will be a third although still part of the complex.