Vanderbilt Condo Hotel – West and East Towers

Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Size: 506,000 square feet

Cost: Confidential

Market: Commercial, Multifamily, Hospitality

Scope: Structural Engineering

The Vanderbilt Condo Hotel Towers were Inserted as two identical, twelve-story tower additions on either side of the historic Vanderbilt Hotel, originally constructed in 1919 by railroad scion Fredrick William Vanderbilt. Each contains three levels of subterranean parking, ground-level retail, restaurants, swimming pools, a spa and condo hotel guest rooms. Delivered as a fast-track, phased construction effort, the project required extensive communication and collaboration with the ownership, International Hospitality Associates, and other members of the design team based in San Juan. Principal Structural Engineer, John Dal Pino, FTF Principal, while at a previous firm


Commercial, Hospitality, Mixed-Use / Multifamily