Four Seasons residential project in Las Vegas

Four Seasons, leader in luxury hospitality and branded residential, together with Azure Resorts & Hotels and Luxus Developments, announce a new standalone residential project in Las Vegas that will welcome residents home in 2026.

Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas will be set within the MacDonald Highlands community, a private 11-acre (4.5 hectare) oasis in Henderson, Nevada and minutes from the world-class entertainment, fine dining and upscale shopping of Las Vegas. The new project will comprise 171 high-rise residences with panoramic views and six standalone, family-style villas, offering a cosmopolitan lifestyle with contemporary desert design, resort-inspired amenities and fully-serviced luxury living marked by Four Seasons thoughtful and genuine care.

"We are honoured to be partnering with the legendary Four Seasons brand, known for its highly personalized service and ability to create exceptional lifestyle experiences for guests and residents alike. From the moment of arrival, owners will be greeted by elegant décor, unparalleled hospitality, and world-class amenities, attracting buyers who desire a social and active yet private community with exclusively curated experiences at their fingertips," says Jim Reilly, President of Azure Resorts & Hotels.

"Las Vegas has always been synonymous with entertainment and excitement and now it is rapidly evolving and maturing in the quality and sophistication of its product offering. We're excited to introduce a one-of-its-kind offering to the city, bringing an elevated lifestyle experience like never before," adds Jonathan Lawrence, Managing Partner of Luxus Developments.

Leader in branded residential since 1985, Four Seasons continues to expand its global portfolio of luxury homes in the world's most sought-after destinations. The company's growing collection of standalone Private Residences offer unmatched privacy, alongside the renowned personalized service and property management expertise that homeowners can expect when living with Four Seasons.

"Our standalone residential offerings present a unique opportunity to live with Four Seasons in destinations that are appealing to luxury homeowners, outside the walls of our hotels and resorts, while still delivering the exceptional care and service to residents that is core to our brand," says Bart Carnahan, President, Global Business Development and Portfolio Management, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. "This new project in Las Vegas is the perfect addition to our standalone portfolio, catering to discerning homeowners in this important destination, and with partners who share our vision for creating an unparalleled luxury lifestyle experience in the market."

About Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas

Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas will be the first residential tower in Henderson and will be designed by architectural visionaries Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG). The contemporary residences will range from 2,300 to 7,300 interior square feet (213 to 678 square metres) and 500 to 5,000 exterior square feet (46 to 464 square metres), offering expansive indoor and outdoor living space with sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip and McCullough mountain range. Residences will feature thoughtful, turnkey touchpoints including semi-private elevators, private garages, and fully-furnished interiors. Wimberly Interiors selected superior designer finishes and fixtures with a rich palette of options, including epicurean kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms. Each residence will offer customizable terraces equipped with outdoor kitchens, social gathering spaces and dining areas, extending owners' seamless indoor-outdoor living and style.

The new luxury residences will also feature a signature restaurant and wine bar, Noble Heights, for residents and locals to enjoy everyday dining, special occasions and much more right at their doorstep. Curated by hospitality industry veterans Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla of Blau + Associates (and Honey Salt and Buddy V's Ristorante in Las Vegas and Crown Block Dallas), Noble Heights will anchor the community with an incomparable culinary offering complemented by unobstructed views, al fresco dining options and a culinary experience featuring ranch, farm and sea-centric cuisine alongside an elevated selection of cocktails.

Led by a Director of Residences and a dedicated Four Seasons team, residents will enjoy a service-rich environment with premier amenities such as private chef services, private wine cellars, multi-level resort-style pools, cabanas, an on-site event lawn, catering services, a pet spa, auto spa, community boardroom, library, screening room, and myriad wellness amenities including a full-service gym and spa with a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, lap pool, multiple private treatment rooms and personal training offerings. Overseeing the complete residential experience as the ongoing property managers, Four Seasons will ensure that residents and their homes are cared for with the same quality and service excellence for which the brand is renowned.

Residents will also have ease of access to surrounding scenic walking and biking trails, two pickleball courts, a virtual golf simulator within the MacDonald Highlands community as well as access to Dragon Ridge Country Club, the private golf, swim and tennis club.

About Azure Resorts & Hotels

Azure Resorts & Hotels is a collective of development, sales and marketing professionals dedicated to maximizing resort and resort residential opportunities. With a history of success in Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean, Azure works with institutional investors, lenders, and equity stakeholders to formulate and execute strategies that maximize the return on investment across all stages of the development process. Whether for unimproved land or a diverse portfolio, envisioning to execution, our hands-on approach is designed to maximize value and minimize uncertainty and risk for our clients. The Azure Resorts & Hotels team is comprised of seasoned real estate executives, with successful international experience tested through numerous real estate cycles. We utilize our deep industry knowledge, broad range of experience and wealth of multicultural contacts to develop proactive solutions to seize market inefficiencies. For more information, visit

About Luxus Developments

Luxus Developments, a subsidiary of The Luxus Group, is a boutique real estate investment and development firm focused on ground-up and repositioning opportunities in the hospitality and resort-residential asset classes. Luxus focuses on select domestic and international markets including the Caribbean, Mexico, and the United States. Luxus Developments also operates in Italy, via Luxus Restorations, which restores historical properties into modern resorts and homes. Luxus has cultivated a track record of success by identifying unique opportunities, partnering with local and international talent, and applying institutional quality execution while maintaining a nimble and creative approach. For more information, visit

About Four Seasons Private Residences

As a long time leader in branded residences, Four Seasons currently operates 53 branded Private Residence properties around the world, with more than 65% of future Four Seasons projects including a residential component. All Four Seasons residential offerings combine Four Seasons legendary people and service with bespoke hotel and resort-style amenities such as spa services, in-residence dining services, housekeeping, concierge services and many more, creating a seamless experience for residence owners.

About Elizabeth Blau + Associates

Founded in 2002, and led by husband and wife hospitality industry veterans, Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla, Blau + Associates, is one of the leading restaurant development and consulting companies in the world. As founder and CEO, Elizabeth Blau is widely credited with transforming Las Vegas into the world-class culinary destination it is today. Blau is recognized a leading industry innovator for transforming iconic properties around the world such as the Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center and her work creating the restaurant portfolios at both Bellagio and Wynn which forever transformed the food and beverage philosophy of the city. Chef Kim Canteenwalla provides a diverse range of international expertise with more than 30 years of culinary and industry leadership. He has led restaurants and resorts around the world including Singapore, Thailand, Dubai, Bali, Toronto, and Montreal, and is the former Executive Chef for MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

About MacDonald Highlands

Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas is located within the esteemed MacDonald Highlands community just outside the buzzing Las Vegas strip. Situated at the foothills of the McCullough Mountains, MacDonald Highlands is a collection of luxury homes and residences with panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline coupled with upscale amenities and attractions. Four Seasons Private Residences Las Vegas is less than a thirty-minute drive to the Las Vegas city center, and just 10 miles from the city's Harry Reid International Airport (formerly McCarran), making the residences an ideal year-round hub or weekend destination.

Viking Voted The Best Cruise Line

Viking ( has been voted Best Cruise Line by Food & Wine readers in the publication's inaugural Global Tastemakers Awards, which were announced today. According to Food & Wine, Viking topped the Cruise Line category for the inventive culinary programs across its river, ocean and expedition voyages.

For 45 years, Food & Wine has celebrated the global epicurean experience; for its first-ever Global Tastemakers Awards, the publication is recognizing the best culinary experiences around the world, chosen by its readers. In addition to cruise lines, other categories include top restaurants, airlines, hotels, bars and more. Viking will be featured in the July issue of Food & Wine magazine, which will be on newsstands in June; the full results of the awards can be found at

"Discovering a destination through its culinary traditions is central to the Viking experience, and we are pleased that our approach to dining has resonated with so many curious travelers," said Torstein Hagen, Chairman of Viking. "I would like to thank our guests and readers of Food & Wine for recognizing us, as well as our culinary team members who make awards like this possible."

Dining on a Viking ship, guests find the ideal setting for impeccable service and casual elegance. In addition to always-available classics, menus on board feature dishes inspired by the destination—with regional beer and wine included at lunch and dinner. On Viking's ocean and expedition ships, guests have multiple dining options, from Mamsen's Norwegian Deli and the open kitchens of the World Café to Manfredi's Italian trattoria and the multicourse tasting menus of the Chef's Table. On Viking's European river vessels, guests may choose between the main dining room, The Restaurant, and the revolutionary indoor/outdoor Aquavit Terrace. And on the new Viking Mississippi, the innovative River Café, features American classics and locally inspired specialties. Across its fleet, Viking offers the most al fresco dining on any waterway, so guests always have the option to enjoy a meal or a glass of wine while completely surrounded by the scenery.

Today's announcement from Food & Wine is the most recent milestone as Viking continues to celebrate its 25th anniversary. In March 2023, Viking dominated Cruise Critic's Cruisers' Choice Awards, receiving top honors in six categories including "Best Overall Line," "Best River Line," and "Best Dining" for its ocean and expedition voyages. In January 2023, the company had its most successful single month of bookings following recent years of strong growth. Since 2020, Viking has welcomed 16 new ships to its fleet—including eight new Viking Longships on the rivers of Europe; new, purpose-built vessels on the Mekong, Nile and Mississippi rivers; three new, identical ocean ships; and two Polar Class expedition vessels. Viking has also been named both the #1 Ocean Line and #1 River Line by both Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, making it the first line ever to simultaneously earn #1 in its categories from both publications.

2023 It List of Best New Hotels

Travel + Leisure announced today the 18th annual It List recognizing the 100 best new and renovated hotels across the globe. In-depth coverage of this year's It List is available now online and in the May issue of Travel + Leisure, on newsstands April 21.

The selected hotels span 37 countries across six continents and represent a variety of categories such as beach getaways, affordable luxury, wellness resorts, luxury city hotels, and more. This year's It List includes 34 properties in the United States in destinations such as Sedona, the Hudson Valley, Montauk, Healdsburg and Bar Harbor.

Jacqui Gifford, Editor in Chief of Travel + Leisure, said, "With a global group of honorees ranging from a mountain retreat in Morocco to a reimagined Miami icon, our annual It List is packed with hotels that are worth planning your trip around. This list is meticulously curated and researched, and we're excited to share what earned these properties a spot on the coveted list."

Spotlighting the 100 best new hotels and resorts that made the biggest impressions on Travel + Leisure editors and contributors, the 2023 It List features 35 hotels in North America, 32 in Europe, 13 in the Caribbean and Central and South America, 10 in Africa and the Middle East, 8 in Asia, and 2 in Australia. To see the full list of all 100 hotels along with descriptions about why each one made this year's list, click here.

How the It List hotels are selected: over the past year, the editors reviewed hundreds of new and renovated properties across the globe, which were then narrowed to just 100 in total. Each hotel has been vetted by Travel + Leisure.


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New Los Angeles Downtown Hub

Slated to debut on April 12, the 727-bedroom Moxy Downtown Los Angeles & AC Hotel Downtown Los Angeles will bring a striking 37-story addition to the Downtown Los Angeles skyline and an unprecedented 12 new dining and entertainment venues and 13,000 square feet of meeting and events space to the blossoming neighborhood.

Designed to draw in travelers and locals alike, the dual-branded hotel is positioned on the corner of South Figueroa and Pico streets, directly across from the Arena and Los Angeles Convention Center. Connecting two powerful and distinct brands under one roof broadens the property's appeal to a much wider audience of visitors, including business travelers in town for a conference and young nomads eager to explore an up-and-coming part of the city. Making the destination even more captivating is Level 8, the multi-dimensional concept by Los Angeles' Houston Hospitality, opening later this spring.

Lightstone, developer of six acclaimed Moxy hotels in New York City and South Beach, is bringing the first Moxy Hotels property to Los Angeles, part of Marriott Bonvoy's portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands. Moxy's vibrant energy is perfectly complemented by the elevated, residential aesthetic of the AC Hotels by Marriott brand, which was founded in Madrid. Both hotels are designed to appeal to independent explorers who are conscious of value, travel on their own terms, and prioritize thoughtful and intriguing design. The 380-key Moxy will be for those who want a spirited stay with a broad range of options for socializing and dining, and a cozy but smartly designed room. AC Hotel's 347 guest rooms will cater to a modern, design-conscious traveler who wants the essential elements of an elevated hotel experience at an accessible rate, with its signature AC lounge and AC kitchen and other upscale dining and drinking options at their fingertips, including the sophisticated tapas bar La Lo La Rooftop, situated on the 34th floor with views of the Hollywood Hills.

"For today's traveler, memorable hospitality means great design combined with the ability to choose from an abundance of experiences," says Mitchell Hochberg, president of real estate developer Lightstone. "By integrating the two hotels, plus Level 8, into a single building, we're creating a myriad of experiences never before offered in Los Angeles — and keeping it all affordable. It's a multilayered, endlessly fascinating destination for both locals and visitors."

The two hotels will share Level 8, the brainchild of hospitality veterans Mark and Jonnie Houston, known for their immersive and wildly successful restaurants and bars across Los Angeles. Comprising eight distinct dining, drinking, and entertainment venues filling the property's eighth floor and with its own dedicated entrance, Level 8 channels Downtown Los Angeles' creative energy, paying homage to its diverse cuisines and cultures while providing a stage for some of Los Angeles' top culinary talent — and dishing it all up with Houston Hospitality's signature spectacle.

"Bringing together Moxy and AC Hotels allows guests to make the most of their stay while experiencing two very distinct personalities," says Matthew Boettcher, Vice President and Global Brand Leader of Distinctive Select Brands at Marriott International. "Guests can take advantage of extra amenities, such as the AC Lounge for co-working during the day, while having more whimsical social options with Moxy in the evening."

Architecture & Interior Design

Moxy and AC Hotel Downtown Los Angeles were brought to life by Gensler, one of the world's leading architecture firms, and acclaimed global design studio Yabu Pushelberg. Gensler's 37-story structure consists of an L-shaped tower, one side for Moxy and the other for AC Hotel, sitting atop an eight-story podium. The podium itself is wrapped in a 15,000-square-foot live LED screen — the largest 3D billboard on the west coast — that transforms the corner of Figueroa and Pico into an illuminated landmark.

Inspired by the spirit of discovery that California stands for, Yabu Pushelberg's interior design carves out distinct identities for each hotel while remaining cohesive. For Moxy Downtown LA, the firm departed from the typical SoCal formula of palm trees and sunsets, instead evoking the iconoclastic romance and adventurous spirit of the California desert. Inspired in part by Easy Rider, the cult 1969 film that elevated the counterculture and celebrated the great American road trip, the hotel's interiors are sexy, irreverent, and playful, with references to biker culture, desert reptiles, and the gritty romance of the open road.

The lobby is an expansive space with an open ceiling and an eye-catching jumble of design elements, including a retro-style motorcycle and sidecar. Organic materials, such as rammed-earth walls, reference the desert landscape, while mirrored columns and iridescent mosaic tiles add vibrancy. The snake motif on the lobby carpet connects to the snakeskin-clad bar in the adjacent Bar Moxy. A mezzanine level is home to two Meeting Studios along with additional seating, including oversize lounge chairs; vintage arcade games, an armadillo-shaped LED neon sculpture, and a DJ booth add a playful energy. With reconfigurable furniture throughout, the lobby becomes the living, breathing heart of the hotel, a place for guests to use as a breakfast room, fueling station, or place to connect with friends old and new over a drink.

The 380 cozy bedrooms at Moxy Downtown LA are designed for flexibility and personalization, welcoming modern nomads with a thoughtful balance of utility and panache. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow the SoCal sunshine to pour in. Distressed leather headboards evoke a well-worn motorcycle jacket, and cryptic markings on the wall reference the "hobo hieroglyphics" used by history's vagabonds. Adaptable, space-saving furniture and storage solutions allow guests to stake their own claim to the space. Industrial-chic bathrooms, lined in iridescent copper tile, feature a rain shower and an elongated sink carved from lava stone. Hanging on one wall is a sculpture that consists of chrome motorcycle handlebars mounted on a taxidermy-style plaque — a clever amalgamation of the twin desert themes of bikers and wildlife.

In contrast, Yabu Pushelberg imagined the interiors for AC Hotel Downtown LA as an artist's loft, bringing the Spanish roots of the AC Hotel brand into conversation with the Latin heritage of Los Angeles. Warm, light-filled public spaces are contemporary and welcoming, while upscale, serene guest rooms provide a generously sized sanctuary for work or relaxation.

From the ground floor, AC Hotel guests ascend in high-speed elevators to the sun-drenched Sky Lobby on the 34th floor, where they are greeted by jaw-dropping views of Los Angeles that stretch all the way to the iconic Hollywood Hills. Like the foyer of a gracious Spanish hacienda, the lobby features textured plaster walls, box beam ceilings, a sculptural redwood reception table, and striking artwork.

The residential influence is evident in the fluid, open connection between spaces, which encourages guests to explore. Adjacent to the reception area, the AC Library offers a sophisticated locale for creative thinking and comfortable socializing complete with a majestic black steel fireplace as a visual focal point. From the AC Library, guests enter AC Bar & Lounge, a hacienda-style haven that offers breakfast, evening bites, and drinks with panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills as a backdrop. The room is anchored by a monumental 9-by-6-foot work commissioned from Turkish artist Yakut Aydogdu, a surrealist portrait of a woman whose head, tilted back, merges with a sun setting on the water.

AC Hotel's 347 guest rooms serve as residence-like respites from the energy of the city, with an open-plan design providing a seamless flow. Platform beds are dressed in crisp linens with a rich leather headboard. An integrated bench, closet, and oversize desk along one wall encourages productivity, while a tufted, geometric rug ensures plushness underfoot. Artwork above each bed depicts swimming pools and iconic Los Angeles buildings radically edited to present a new perspective with a splash of color. Dividing the living area from the bathroom is a full-height mirror and integrated stone sink/vanity that seems to float over the shelves below.

"We always think hard about the sociology and strategy around design, how it affects people and how it makes them feel connected to something," says Glenn Pushelberg, founding partner of Yabu Pushelberg along with George Yabu. "Moxy and AC are different brands, but both appeal to travelers who don't want to stay in a conventional hotel. They're both for adventurous, bold, curious tastemakers — so the design can't be generic."

Drinking, Dining & Entertainment

With two unique hotels under one roof, guests at Moxy Downtown LA and AC Hotel Downtown LA have access to an astounding 12 dining and drinking options, each celebrating the city's creative energy and culinary heritage.

At Moxy, drinks flow day to night at Bar Moxy, an energetic oasis for modern explorers. The lobby bar and all-day café provides the perfect venue to grab a coffee and snack and settle into a plush sofa or retro armchair. As night falls, guests can snag a spot at the snakeskin-clad bar and sip a hand-crafted cocktail. Just off the lobby, and with its own entrance on South Figueroa Street, Bluestone Lane Coffee Shop is ready to fuel co-working sessions with all-day Aussie-inspired coffee, brekkie sandwiches, and more.

Guests can also unwind an elevator ride away at AC Hotel's 34th-floor AC Bar & Lounge, serving breakfast, dinner, or drinks with a view in an intimate, convivial atmosphere. The menu offers Mediterranean small plates alongside artisanal cocktails, including signature gin and tonics. Plush banquettes and a fireside library provide a warm space to grab a drink with friends old and new. AC Bar & Lounge is also home to AC Hotels' signature European-inspired buffet breakfast as well as a bright red Berker slicer for jamón ibérico, a festive nod to the brand's Spanish heritage.

AC Hotel's crown jewel, La Lo La Rooftop, is an outdoor sanctuary 34 stories up in the sky. The menu offers Spanish-style tapas with contemporary flair and highlights a selection of specialty cocktails, all perfectly complemented by lush plantings and views that stretch to the Hollywood Hills. Overhead, twinkling bistro lights and retractable sunshades keep the atmosphere intimate, while heated seating nooks ensure a cozy evening year-round.

The centerpiece of Moxy & AC Downtown LA's food and beverage offerings is Level 8, Houston Hospitality's visionary, multi-dimensional dining, drinking, and entertainment concept opening later this spring. Located on the eighth floor, Level 8 will immerse all senses and desires with a selection of innovative dining and drinking offerings complemented by live performances, music, and entertainment bespoke to each venue.

The 30,000-square-foot floor's expanse will encompass a journey through cultures and time, beginning at Mr. Wanderlust, a globally inspired cocktail lounge named after the fictional creator of the space and inspired by his travels. From there, guests will have a world of possibilities to explore. South American live fire grill Qué Barbaro, will open onto poolside dining and carousel bar Golden Hour. Guests can feast on French-Japanese teppanyaki cuisine at Maison Kasai, or on traditional seiro mushi and hot pot dishes at Lucky Mizu. They can confess and transgress at Sinners y Santos, a cathedral-inspired nightclub with a speakeasy entrance. With Mother of Pearl, an alfresco oyster & ceviche bar, and Brown Sheep Taqueria on the terrace, the views and vibes are endless. A culinary odyssey with a side of Tinseltown showmanship, Level 8 features a mix of live music, acrobatics, and surprise performances designed to surprise and delight. The spaces were conceptualized by the Houston Hospitality team, with design in collaboration with LA-based interior and architectural design firm Undisclosable.

"What we've learned in our 20-plus years of opening restaurants and bars around LA is that people want more than just dinner or drinks out. They want to discover something new and come away with a sense that they've done something memorable, something different," shares Mark and Jonnie Houston. "Our trademark is a trifecta of a unique concept, a great cocktail program, and terrific entertainment, and Level 8 is all about creating opportunities for that kind of immersive discovery. The experience of each space is multifaceted and has a performative quality to it."

Meetings & Events Space

With a concept that pays homage to Downtown LA's industrial past and present-day spirit of urban renewal, Moxy & AC Hotel Downtown LA's 13,000 square feet of flexible space represents a bold new approach to meeting and event design. Created by San Diego–based Basile Studios and located directly across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center and Arena, the seventh-floor facilities were envisioned as the former headquarters of a fictional furniture factory. Modeled on a vintage factory floor, the 600-capacity Main Events Space is a striking hall that can accommodate conferences, banquets, weddings, parties, and other events. The room is surrounded by 16-foot panels of steel and frosted glass that are backlit to resemble exterior walls lit by natural sunlight; the LED lighting can dim to simulate different moods and times of day. The space offers maximum flexibility with the option to divide the room in two or reconfigure furniture to accommodate a variety of uses.

Separated from the Main Events Space by a plaster-coated arch are two boardrooms. The Fig Boardroom is ideal for smaller events or breakout sessions, with floor-to-ceiling walnut panels and cabinetry that exude a 1960's-era Mad Men-inspired sophistication. The Pico Boardroom can be used for breakout sessions or standalone events in a sleek, sophisticated space inspired by a historic factory "paint booth" and with a sleek, polished look that resembles a contemporary art gallery.

An elevator ride away at Moxy Downtown LA, two glass-walled Studios on the lobby's second-floor mezzanine, overlooking Bar Moxy, can be reserved for private gatherings. Infinitely flexible, each Studio is designed with modular furniture that reconfigures to fit the needs of meetings, brainstorming sessions, and special celebrations alike. Studios can be combined into one space for larger events, along with the option to include the mezzanine.

"Anticipation is a very powerful emotion: People are passionate about encountering something they've never seen, tasted, or experienced before. It's the same urge that sent Alice down the rabbit hole," says Hochberg. "Together, Moxy and AC Hotels Downtown LA and Level 8 promise a multitude of new discoveries. Whichever adventure you choose, it's guaranteed to be captivating and unforgettable."


With a multitude of experiences under one roof, Moxy Downtown Los Angeles and AC Hotel Downtown Los Angeles are DTLA's new destination for visitors and locals. Located in the heart of Downtown, directly across from the Los Angeles Convention Center and Arena, the two hotels offer a total of 727 guestrooms; an unprecedented 12 dining and entertainment options, including Level 8, a collection of restaurants, bars, and lounges that highlight the neighborhood's diverse cultures and cuisines; a Miami-meets-Copacabana pool deck; and over 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting and social events space with a design inspired by DTLA's industrial heritage. The opening of Moxy Downtown Los Angeles and AC Hotel Downtown Los Angeles follows the successful launches of Moxy Times Square, Moxy Chelsea, Moxy East Village, Moxy Lower East Side, and Moxy Williamsburg, all in New York City, and Moxy South Beach in Miami.