New hotel breaks ground in Stone Harbor

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Breaking ground for the Reeds at Shelter Haven, a new hotel in Stone Harbor, are managing director Ron Gorodesky, left, co-owners Ed Breen and John Sprandio, and financial director Joseph Duffey. The bayside hotel is set to open next summer.
Breaking ground for the Reeds at Shelter Haven, a new hotel in Stone Harbor, are managing director Ron Gorodesky, left, co-owners Ed Breen and John Sprandio, and financial director Joseph Duffey. The bayside hotel is set to open next summer.

STONE HARBOR – The Reeds at Shelter Haven, a luxury boutique hotel in downtown Stone Harbor, broke ground last week.

Slated to open in summer 2013, the ground-breaking ceremony unveiled the property’s logo and plans for the property at 9601 Third Ave.

“As shovels hit the ground celebrating the start of construction of The Reeds at Shelter Haven our team also marked the latest chapter in a century old tradition of this beloved resort location,” said Ron Gorodesky, The Reeds at Shelter Haven managing director. “The Reeds will deliver a dramatic, memorable and distinctive service experience; starting with concierge check in and extending throughout all areas of the property.”

The Reeds will be a 37-room hotel resort and the land used to be the location of the Shelter Haven Hotel nearly 100 years ago, according to information released about the project.

The hotel will have an indoor restaurant/lounge, patio/deck and outdoor dining area, corporate/meeting areas and indoor and outdoor celebration spaces for weddings, private, corporate and social events.

The Reeds at Shelter Haven is owned by 100th Street LLC.  For more information, call 368-0100 or see www.reedsatshelterhaven.com.

Wedding and private event bookings are being booked starting with Sept. 15, 2013. For more information, contact Ron Gorodesky at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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