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The Residences at the Adelphi Hotel
Currently being built by Bonacio Construction, two of downtown Saratoga Springs’ historic hotels, The Adelphi and the Rip Van Dam, are being transformed into a one-of-a-kind complex that is part renovation and part new construction. The front of the former Rip Van Dam Hotel has been demoed and renovated to expand the number of guest rooms for The Adelphi Hotel from 32 to 65. Connected to this renovated area is a 6-story, 180,000 SF building with steel framing fabricated by Bonacio Steel. In this space will be 79 luxury condominiums, ranging from 800 SF to around 2,500 SF, including studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom and duplex penthouse units. The residences vary in style and layout and will occupy space on floors 2 through 6, with the top two floors being only condos. These well-appointed units feature European-styled kitchens, Silestone quartz countertops, Kohler fixtures, large plank-wood floors, high ceilings, and double vanities in the primary bath. Residents also benefit from a newly-built underground parking garage.

At the same time, The Adelphi Hotel is increasing its amenities, including the ballroom, which Bonacio Construction has expanded to now seat 225 people, up from 125. Bonacio Construction has also renovated the onsite restaurants, Salt & Char, and Morrissey’s Lounge. All amenities, restaurants, and 24-hour concierge service are available to both guests and residents.

Bonacio Steel is delivering this project in a design-assist fast-track delivery system. The building design has two levels of underground parking framed in steel, transferring primarily to HSS structural steel columns above the parking levels with shallow floor framing and flooded decks. The project incorporates many design-built custom trellises and canopies, numerous stairs and railing systems, and two steel pan-type stair towers with steel railing systems, all by Bonacio Steel.

Year Built:

1840 / RENOVATED IN 2024

Project Duration:

IN PROGRESS

Location:

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY

Square Footage:

APPROX. 200,000

Architect:

SPRING LINE DESIGN ARCHITECTURE + ENGINEERING, LLP